Release: September 23, 2008
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Binghamton men's soccer plays to 0-0 tie against Hartwick
VESTAL, N.Y.-Binghamton (4-1-3) played Hartwick (1-3-4) to a 0-0 tie in non-conference men's soccer action Tuesday evening at the Bearcats Sports Complex. In the process, the Bearcats stretched their unbeaten streak to seven games.
Neither team was able to generate much offense in regulation, with the shot count being tied at 5-5 after 90 minutes. In the first 10-minute, sudden-death overtime, junior goalkeeper Jason Stenta made a pair of saves, both from close range, to keep the game scoreless.
"You never feel good with a tie," head coach Paul Marco said. "I felt our guys played good enough to get a win but I thought Hartwick did as well. A tie is probably a fair result."
The Bearcats, who head to Cornell on Friday for a 7 p.m. game, held a 9-8 advantage in shots at the end of the second and final sudden-death period.
NOTES: Binghamton has now gone unbeaten in its last 18 regular-season home games, dating back to Oct. 11, 2005. The Bearcats have gone 13-0-5 in the process ... in the Sept. 23 edition of the NSCAA/adidas Top 25 poll, the Bearcats are receiving votes.
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