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Keegan continues to rank among top goal scorers in the nation
Senior striker is tied for fourth with 1.00 goals per game, fifth with 2.43 points per game
September 17, 2012Tweet
VESTAL, N.Y.—The NCAA has released its updated Division I men’s soccer statistics and once again, senior forward Jake Keegan is one of the top strikers in the nation. Through seven games he is tied for fourth with 1.00 goals per game and is fifth with 2.43 points per contest. In addition, he is tied for first with seven goals and is tied for third with 17 total points.
Keegan is coming off a two-goal, one-assist performance in a 3-2 win over UNC-Wilmington on Sunday afternoon. He netted the game winner with one second left in regulation. Dating back to last season, Keegan has nine goals and four assists in his past eight games. In the process, he has recorded three two-goal games.
During his illustrious career, Keegan has netted 24 goals and tallied 60 totals points, both of which are Binghamton program records during its 12-year NCAA Division I era. He has already tied his top goal total in a season, having also scored seven goals in 2009 and 2011. Furthermore, his 17 total points, ties his top career mark, which he also set last season.
Daniel Haber of Cornell leads all NCAA Division I players with 3.20 points per game and 1.40 goals per contest. He will visit the Bearcats Sports Complex on Wednesday at 7 p.m. when the Big Red faces the Bearcats. It will mark the first time in the six-year history of the facility that two of the top five men’s soccer goal scorers in the nation will square off in the same match.
Binghamton enters Wednesday’s game with a 3-4-0 record. Cornell, meanwhile, is a perfect 5-0-0.