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|Binghamton defeats Oneonta 1-0|
"I'm very proud of the guys today," head coach Paul Marco said. "They brought passion and energy for 90 minutes."
Sideris scooped up a loose ball which the Red Dragons failed to clear and fired it into the net at the 29:06 mark of the game. It was his first career goal.
Freshman goalkeeper Matt Nolan (Rockville Center, N.Y./ Southside) went the full 90 minutes, recording his first career solo shutout. He made five saves against Oneonta, which outshot Binghamton 13-10.
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