Release: October 6, 2007
Keith, who has five goals and an assist the past three games, took advantage of a pile up in front of the Boston goal for a loose ball. Senior midfielder Matt Narode (Glenmont, N.Y.) poked the ball free just enough to allow Keith to fire home the clinching shot.
"This was a fantastic win for our guys over a very good team before a great crowd," head coach Paul Marco said. "Cameron was special tonight and has been playing great the past two weeks."
Despite being outshot 7-3 in the first half, it was Boston who drew first blood. Shuan Taylor took a pass from Aaron O'Neal and got by sophomore goalkeeper Jason Stenta (Binghamton, N.Y.) to give the Terriers a 1-0 at the 16:33 mark. It was Taylor's second goal of the season.
Keith deadlocked the game at the 33:30 mark when he got the ball from senior back Adam Chavez (Endicott, N.Y.) and found the back of the net from close range.
In the second half, Binghamton outshot Boston 9-3 but could not finish off the game. Keith just missed a potential game-winning shot with two seconds left in regulation. Just under 10 minutes later, however, he would more than make ammends.
The Bearcats outshot Boston 19-10 for the game. Stenta made three saves while Boston goalkeeper Hraffn Davidsson finished with seven stops.
Binghamton concludes its three-game homestand with a 7 p.m. match on Wednesday against UMBC.
NOTES: Keith leads the Bearcats with five goals and 11 points ... Binghamton and Boston have now gone into overtime six times during their six-year rivalry ... the win over Boston marked the Bearcats' first overtime win since defeating Vermont 1-0 in the America East championship game last year ... in its two games at the Bearcats Sports Complex, Binghamton has averaged 1,822 fans.
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