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soccer outguns Colgate 4-3 in double overtime
Kasmarcik scores twice including game-winner with two seconds left
It was a very exciting game great attacking soccer, head coach Jeff Leightman said.
The game featured a flurry of goals two by the Bearcats in the opening 6:21. Mathelier got things started just 1:48 into the contest, taking a feed from freshman defender Meghan Taylor (Campbell Hall, N.Y.) and notching her fifth goal of the season. Less than five minutes later, Kasmarcik scored an unassisted goal. Colgate got on the board barely over three minutes later, and tied it with a goal in the 22nd minute.
The teams traded goals in the second half with sophomore midfielder Emily Moore (Pearl River, N.Y.) collecting BUs third of the game in the 58th minute off a pass from Kasmarcik. But six minutes later, the host Red Raiders netted the equalizer, setting the stage for Kasmarciks overtime dramatics.
The victory extends BUs win streak to four heading into seven consecutive America East conference games. The Bearcats seem to hitting stride at the right time. After netting just one goal in a three-game early season winless streak, Binghamton has now struck for 17 goals in its last four games (4.2 per game).
Weve scored a lot of goals lately, and that will give us confidence going into conference play.
Binghamton will host Albany in its America East debut Wednesday at 4 p.m.
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