October 26, 2008
Binghamton-New Hampshire Wrap Up
Cameron Keith took matters into his own hands to ensure that the graduation players had more to remember than just their pregame ceremony. Not only was it his fourth career multiple-goal game, but it was also the first time in Binghamton's Division I history that a graduating player scored a pair of goals on Senior Night.
Although Keith is a junior by NCAA Standards, he will graduate in May with a degree in history. During his career at Binghamton, he has been named to the America East Honor Roll.
Head Coach Paul Marco
"I thought our guys were very good today. We sustained the rain and tried to play good soccer. I thought we moved the ball very well. Our attacks kept going forward. UNH is very well coached and very well organized."
"Cameron Keith was special tonight. UNH is very good at organizing their defense to make space minimal for opposing attackers. They were good tonight and we found a way through them."
"Our guys will stay focused this next week. They know what it at stake. We have a big home match on Wednesday and we'd like to continue improving as we are gearing up for the playoffs."
Junior forward Cameron Keith
"It was nice to get a couple of goals tonight. We were really unlucky down at UMBC on Wednesday. We hit the post twice. So it was nice to come out tonight and get the goals we needed."
"It was tough in the first half (with the weather conditions). The ball wasn't really rolling. It was getting stuck a lot. But things settled down and it was nice for a decent crowd to come out considering how bad the weather was."
Junior goalkeeper Jason Stenta
"Everyone came out well today. We covered a lot of ground. We were able to get two goals and our defense and midfield played good."
"We knew early in the game that the ball would get stuck in some puddles so we had to put a little bit more on our passes. We knew what we had to do tonight and we just came out and did it."
Posted October 26, 2008. 12 a.m.
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