The New York men's soccer team improved to 3-0 in the Hudson Valley Men's Athletic Conference after blanking Webb Institute 7-0 on Wednesday.

Andrew Levy scored 4 goals, including the game winner, to lead the Knights. Other Berkeley tallies came from Guillermo Moscoso, Philip Kim, and Ibrahim N'Diaye. Goalkeepers Camilo Montes and Jonathan Graneros combined for the shutout, the Knights 3rd in the last 4 matches.

The win gets the team back to .500 at 5-5 on the season. and next play a much anticipated matchup against the number three ranked team in the country, Briarcliffe College, at 1 PM on Saturday.


In what was a close match until the final ten minutes, the New Jersey men's soccer team lost to Widener University by a score of 5-1 on Wednesday.

Widener held a 2-0 lead at the half, but the Knights would bounce back on a goal by freshman Tyler Malkenson at the 57th minute to get within one. The Knights would fail to convert on multiple opportunities to tie the game before two quick goals by the Pride in a twelve minute span put the game out of reach.

The loss drops the Knights to 2-8 on the season.


Competing in the same town on the same night for the first time in their brief histories, both the New York and New Jersey men's soccer teams suffered 1-0 defeats Tuesday night.

The New Jersey squad competed first against perennial powerhouse Drew University in Madison, NJ, and kept the match tight throughout. A late first half goal by the Rangers would make all the difference despite quality opportunities for the Knights to tie in the first and second halves. The loss dropped the team to 2-7 on the season.

The New York squad's three game winning streak ended at FDU-Florham across the street from the Drew-Berkeley match.

The Devils scored with a well placed header with 14 minutes to play after a neat counter-attack. Berkeley started lethargically after a ten day layoff due to their postponed match at NJCU, and never got into full gear. Still, the Knights had their chances both before and after the lone goal of the game, but failed to convert any of them.

Camillo Montes had another brilliant night in the New York net, making three fantastic stops to keep the score at 0-0. The loss dropped the team to 4-5 on the season.



The Berkeley College New York men's soccer team improved to 4-4 on the season and 2-0 in the Hudson Valley Men's Athletic Conference with their third straight win, a 7-0 victory over Vaughn College on Wednesday.

The outcome was settled after two early penalties converted by freshman forward Andrew Levy and sophomore defender Ifeanyi Ekwermuba sported the Knights a 2-0 lead.

Ekwermuba also closed out the scoring in the 60th minute when he slotted home a through ball from junior midfielder Sebastian Cruz.

In between, freshman forward David Mugenga scored twice, Levy notched his second, and junior defender Yhonnier Montoya scored his first goal of the season on a direct free kick.



The New Jersey men's soccer team were blanked by the Alvernia University Crusaders on Sunday 6 to 0 to fall to 2-5 on the season.

After having just defeated Mount Aloysius the day before, the Knights seemed to have little left in their tanks, playing back-to-back games for the second time this season.

The Knights get a well-deserved rest and don't play again until this Saturday at Arcadia University at 1 P.M.



Freshman forward David Mugenga scored both goals for the Knights today against the College of Staten Island in a 2 to 0 shutout. Mugenga was responsible for six of the 11 goals the Knights scored against St. Joseph's College earlier in the week giving him eight goals in two games.

Mugenga's first goal was scored at the 30:26 mark with a pass from sophomore midfielder Daisei Hiwaki. His second goal came eight minutes later as junior midfielder Claes Magnusson gave him a lead pass for a hard shot through the mouth of the net.

Sophomore goalkeeper Camilo Montes recorded his first shutout of the season while making seven saves.

The win improves the Knights record to 3-4 on the season. The Knights return to action this Wednesday against conference rival Vaughn College at 7 P.M. at Aviator Sports Complex in Brooklyn.


Berkeley College's New Jersey men's soccer team defeated Mount Aloysius today by a score of 3 to 2 to improve to 2-4 on the season.

Freshman forward Elmer Hernandez (Warren Hills/Washington, NJ) scored all three goals for the Knights while fellow freshman goalkeeper Thomas Frangieh (Newton/Newton, NJ) recorded his second win of the season.

The Knights next face Alvernia University tomorrow at 2 P.M.



The Berkeley College New York women's soccer team competed in their first full squad intercollegiate varsity competition against Hudson Valley Conference opponent Yeshiva University on September 8, resulting in a 2-2 tie.

Berkeley was led by senior Tiffanie Vargas (Environmental Studies/New York, NY), who scored the first goal of the game on an assist from sophomore Karol Scott-Tracy (Moses Lake/Lyndhurst, NJ) to give the Knights the lead. Freshman Daisey Velez would net her first collegiate goal in the second half on an assist from junior Lauga Oskardottir (Wang Toppidrettsgymnas/Reykjavik, Iceland) to recapture the lead before Yeshiva would tie it.

Both teams are 0-0-1 in the Hudson Valley Conference.


The Berkeley College New York men's soccer team rebounded from tough losses in two opening season tournaments to improve to 2-4 on the season and 1-0 in the Conference by defeating the St. Joseph's College Bears 11-3 Wednesday night.

Following a lackluster first half performance, the Knights opened the second half with an eye pleasing barrage of 5 goals in 15 minutes to take a commanding lead against their archrival. It was both teams HVMAC Conference opener and St Joseph's first ever varsity soccer intercollegiate match.

Freshman forward David Mugenga scored a Berkeley College rookie record 6 goals for the Knights despite an amazing performance by the St Joseph's goalkeeper who made a string of fine saves in the Bear's soccer debut.

Junior Guillermo Moscoso opened the scoring for Berkeley with a well timed header at the far post, followed by Mugenga's first of the night after he latched on to a rebound inside the six yard box. The Bears bounced right back with a goal of their own before sophomore Joel Yawili made it 3-1. The first half finished 4-2, as the teams traded goals.

Other Berkeley NY scorers on the night were senior Patrick Lundberg-Munoz, freshman Tashorn Clarke, and freshman Dare Aniyikaye.

The Knights next face College of Staten Island this Saturday at 4 P.M. at CSI.



Sophomore goalkeeper Camilo Montes (Bayside/Bayside, NY) was named to the Rowan Invitational Tournament All-Tournament Team.

Montes made 10 saves over the two-game span despite the team losing both games.


Both the New York and New Jersey men's soccer teams were swept this weekend in tough season opening tournaments.

The New York squad faced off against Rowan University and Ramapo College losing 4-0 and 3-0, respectively. The New Jersey squad travelled to Virginia for the first time in program history to square off against Hampden-Sydney College and Randolph College losing 8-0 and 6-0.

The teams are back in action this Wednesday when they will face one another at 7 P.M. at Aviator Sports Complex in Brooklyn, NY. This will mark the first time the two programs meet in competition since becoming varsity programs.



Berkeley College's New Jersey men's soccer team started their season off on the right foot by defeating the Crimson Eagles of Philadelphia Biblical University in overtime by a score of 2-1.

The Knights were led by freshman midfielder Daniel Vieceli (Kearny, NJ/Kearny HS) who scored the first goal of the season from 25 yards out with a shot to the upper right post in the first half. The Crimson Eagles would tie the game before the half.

Both teams would go scoreless for the second half before fellow freshman defender Matthew Witten (Stockholm, NJ/Sussex Tech HS) would seal the win for the Knights in overtime. Freshman goalkeeper, Thomas Frangieh (Newton, NJ/Newton HS) earned his first career collegiate win.

The Knights head to Virginia for the weekend to compete in the Tiger Wildcat Classic against Hampden-Sydney College and Randolph College on Saturday and Sunday.