3. September 29, 2007. Cornell at Binghamton.
After struggling with injuries early in the season, Keith made the squad's first-ever game at the Bearcats Sports Complex a memorable on. He recorded his first career hat trick as the Bearcats won 3-0. A crowd of 1,862 was introduced to the Bearcat striker, who would score another goal against Cornell one year later.
2. October 18, 2008. Vermont at Binghamton.
Before a sold out Homecoming Weekend crowd of 2,534 fans as well as a local television audience watching on Time Warner Sports, Keith scored the game winner as the Bearcats won 1-0. Up until Keith's heroics in the 62nd minute, the Bearcats had been shutout by the defending champions in the previous two meetings.
1. October 6, 2007. Boston at Binghamton.
No surprise here. Keith scored twice, including the game winner in overtime as the Bearcats won 2-1. Despite a steady rain at the start of the game, a crowd of 1,782 on Homecoming Weekend came out to watch the Bearcats battle their long-time rivals. After the formal dedication ceremony for the Bearcats Sports Complex was moved indoor due to the rain, the Terriers quickly went up 1-0. Keith, however, tied the game late in the first half. With just 10 seconds left in the first sudden-death overtime, Keith got a loose ball in front of the net and won the game. That game-winning goal, along with the post game celebration, remains the single greatest moment of Keith's career.
Obviously, Keith and the Bearcats would like nothing more than create more top moments in the next several weeks (and even replace the Boston game as his best).
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