Berkeley College's New York men's soccer team lost their final game of the season 3 to 1 to Yeshiva University on Sunday.

Berkeley would score first late in the first half, but Yeshiva would answer with a goal of their own less than a minute later to send the two teams tied at one a piece at halftime.

Yeshiva would take over in the second half despite numerous scoring opportunities for Berkeley to defeat Berkeley in the final game of the season two years in a row.

The Knights had their most successful season yet making it all the way to the Hudson Valley Men's Athletic Conference championship game after defeating previously unbeaten Culinary Institute of America in the semifinals and ended up with a 3-3 overall record in the conference.

"It was a step in the right direction, but at the same time we nearly tripled our schedule compared to our first season and certainly increased the level of competition under coach Zomopoulos," said Brian Maher, athletic director for Berkeley College. The team ended up with an overall record of 4-10.