Binghamton plays to 2-2 tie at UMBC

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BALTIMORE, MD.--Sophmore back Graham Munro (Inverness, Scotland/ Invergodon) converted a game-tying penalty kick with 3:42 left in regulation, leading Binghamton (6-2-3, 0-1-1 AE) to a 2-2 tie at UMBC (5-1-5, 1-0-3 AE) in America East Conference men's soccer action on Wednesday afternoon. With the tie, the Bearcats have now gone 2-0-2 in their last four games, marking their longest ubeaten run since going 7-0-1 during the 1998 campaign.

Binghamton got off to an impressive start when junior striker Charles Darkwah (Toronto, Ontario/ Bathulst Heights) scored his sixth goal in the last five games just 11:19 in the contest, giving the visitors a 1-0 advantage. The host Retreivers, however, struck back with a pair of unanswered goals in the second half to take a 2-1 advantage.

"For us, this game was a tale of two halves," head coach Paul Marco said. "We played very well in the first half but they outplayed us in the second half. We got back on track in the overtime periods and had some chances to finish the game. Still, the coaching staff is pleased to see how our team is progressing as the year goes on."

For the game, UMBC outshot Binghamton 13-11.

The Bearcats return home for a 2:30 p.m. game on Saturday against Albany.


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