All three Berkeley College varsity soccer programs not only won on Saturday, but also managed to shut out each of their opponents on the same day for the first time all while playing all three matches at their respective home fields.

The day started with an important conference win for the men's program with a 2-0 victory over Culinary Institute of America. The Knights were led by Dare Aniyikaye and Andrew Tuma-Waku scoring on assists by Joachim Moe. Camilo Montes secured another shut out with three saves.

The win improves the Knights' record to 8-2 on the season and 3-0 in the conference.

That game was followed by the women's first game of the season after Sarah Lawrence postponed their match earlier in the week. The women dominated Medgar Evers 11-0 to start the season 1-0 and 1-0 in the conference. Kerry Ann Houghton managed six of the eleven goals with Frida Sintiem adding three goals. Peta-Gay Connell managed the shut out win in net with one save.

The New Jersey men finished the day with a late evening match against Valley Forge Christian College in which they overwhelmed the undermanned Patriots with a 7-0 victory. The Knights dominated in every aspect of the game, putting up 48 shots to the Patriots 12 while playing 25 players to the Patriots 12.

Five different Knights scored with Emmanuel Awoginba and David Cardenas netting two goals a piece and Pierce Langlois and David Gonzalez combining for the shut out in the net. The win returns the Knights to .500 on the season at 3-3-2.

The New York men host national champion Briarcliffe College on Wednesday at 7 P.M. The New Jersey men return to action on Thursday in a home match against Penn College at 7 P.M. The women host Albany Pharmacy on Saturday as part of a doubleheader at 1 P.M.



The Berkeley College New York men's soccer team defeated Sarah Lawrence College 6-1 in HVIAC Conference play to improve to 7-2 on the season and 2-0 in conference.

Sarah Lawrence got on the board first at the 19:05 mark to take the 1-0 lead. The Knights would tie it a little more than eight minutes later on a goal by Dare Aniyikaye assisted by Ahmet Colak. The teams would go into the half tied before Berkeley would explode with five unanswered goals, three of which came in the first ten minutes of the second half. Abdelwahab Mohamed would score twice and assist on another. Aniyikaye would add a second goal to his line for the night and Mathias Valle and Andrew Tuma-Waku would also find the back of the net. Tuma-Waku would add an assist and Colak would add a second assist.

The Knights would outshoot the Gryphons 28-3 and 13-1 on goal.

The Knights return to conference action on Saturday at 2 P.M. against Culinary Institute of America at home at Aviator Sports Complex.



The Berkeley College New York men's soccer team saw their six game winning streak come to an end on Monday night in their 4-0 loss to Brooklyn College. The loss drops the Knights' record to 6-2 on the season. They return to HVIAC play this Wednesday at 8 P.M. against Sarah Lawrence College at Aviator Sports Complex in Brooklyn.



Freshman Sean Smith placed 75th out of 187 runners at the Bard College Invitational on Saturday completing the course in 30:13 with a 6:06 split. He was followed closely behind by Gioser Torrealba at 33:07 with a 6:40 split in 130th place. Emmanuel Garcia had his best run of the year with a 41:46 and 8:25 split for the 8K course.


The Berkeley College New York men's soccer team continued their best start in program history with a 4-1 win over Keystone College to improve to 6-1 on the season.

The Knights got on the board at the 13:05 mark on a goal by Andrew Tuma-Waku off of an attempted clear by the keeper. Keystone would respond seven minutes later to tie the game, but Abdelwahab Mohamed would score to give the advantage back to Berkeley off an assist from Ahmet Colak just before the half ended.

The Knights would add two late goals after the 80th minute by Stian Ness and Dare Aniyikaye on assists from Mohamed and Sebastien Rousseau to put the game out of reach. Camilo Montes earned the win in net with three saves as the Knights outshot Keystone 21-10 for the match.

The Knights hit the road again against Brooklyn College on Monday, September 23, at 6 P.M.


The Berkeley College New Jersey men's soccer team responded after their worst loss in program history by dominating Penn State Hazleton 9-1 to improve to 2-3-2 on the season.

Three days after losing by eight goals, the Knights won by eight in order to nearly equalize their goal differential this season. To date the Knights have scored 14 goals and given up 15 with every game but the last two decided by one goal or a tie.

The Knights got on the board early with a goal by Paul Logan 1:42 into the match on an assist by Emmanuel Awoyinfa. Eric Lourenco would score two consecutive goals in a span of less than three and a half minutes to extend the lead to 3-0 by the 8:28 mark on assists by Joseph Canal and Awoyinfa. Canal would score twice on assists by Ramon Arce to make it 5-0 going into the half.

The Knights would come out shooting in the second half with four more unanswered goals to make it 9-0 on goals by Arce, Awoyinfa, Issa Musalaev, and Shane Hollimon before Penn State would ruin the shutout with less than two minutes left to play on a goal by Richard Wood.

The Knights outshot Penn State 45 to 1 on the match.

The Knights will look to return to .500 on Saturday, September 28 against Valley Forge Christian College at 8 P.M. at NJIT.



The Berkeley College New York men's soccer team entered Hudson Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play on a roll having won four in a row and their streak continued with an 8-0 win over Webb Institute to improve to 5-1 on the season.

The Knights managed five goals in the first half in a span of just over twelve minutes led by two goals from Ahmet Colak and two goals by Andrew Tuma-Waku. Tuma-Waku would also add an assist in the second half.

Goalkeeper Gustavo Moreno recorded his first shutout of the season while facing only one shot on goal. The Knights return to action on Saturday as they travel to Keystone College for a 3 P.M. matchup.


The Berkeley College New Jersey men's soccer team hadn't played a match all season decided by more than one goal. That is until they played  Eastern University on Wednesday. The Eagles dominated the Knights 8-0 making it one of the most lopsided losses in Knights history.

The Eagles got on the board relatively quickly, managing four goals within the first 31 minutes of play to lead 4-0 at the half. The Eagles would continue to pour it on in the second half with four more goals while taking 35 shots to Berkeley's 1 for the contest.

The loss drops the Knights' record to 1-3-2 on the season. The Knights return to action on Saturday at home versus Penn State Hazleton at 6 P.M.



The Berkeley College New Jersey men's soccer team tied the College of Staten Island 0-0 today. The team's record is now 1-2-2 on the season. The Knights were led by goalkeeper Pierce Langlois who recorded his second shutout of the season with eight saves.

The Knights travel to Eastern University on Wednesday.



Berkeley College New Jersey fielded men's and women's cross country for the first time in it's history yesterday as seven athletes competed at the Ramapo College Roadrunner Invitational at Garret Mountain.

For the women, Araina Cook, Alicia Morales, Daylin Nova, and Linda Bennet competed. For the men, Sean Smith, Gioser Torrealba, and Emmanuel Garcia competed.


The New York men's soccer team continued their best start ever with a dominating 4-0 win over Lehman College to improve to 4-1 on the season.

Abdourahmane Gueye got the Knights on the board in the first half at the 25:35 mark. Dare Aniyikaye extended the lead at the 78:28 mark on an assist from Mathias Valle and then the Knights managed two goals in the final three minutes of regulation by Valle and Benjamin Adjei.

Camilo Montes earned his second shutout of the season with five saves. So far the Knights have scored 12 goals while giving up 4 on the season.

The Knights return to action on Wednesday when they host Webb Institute at 7 P.M. at Aviator Field.


The New Jersey men's soccer team lost their home opener to Albright College 4-3 in overtime marking the first time the Knights have lost at home.

The loss drops the Knights to 1-1-2 on the season despite being awarded two penalty kicks, one of which tied the game with no time remaining in regulation.

The Knights fell behind early in the second half at the 51:12 mark on a header off of a free kick. Just over a minute later a Knight was ejected from the match and the Knights played a man down the rest of the way. The Knights would benefit at the 63:38 mark on a foul in the box to even the game on a penalty kick by Ramon Arce.

The Knights looked as though they might walk away with a victory when they scored at the 75:11 mark by Emmanuel Awoyinfa on a loose ball in front of the net. Albright, however, would surprise the Knights with a goal in the 87th minute and then another with only 30 seconds left to take a 3-2 lead, but a penalty kick for a hand ball in the box with no time remaining in regulation allowed the Knights to send the match into overtime after Arce converted.

But only 2 minutes into OT Albright would score to win the match.

The Knights return to action on Monday against the College of Staten Island at 4 P.M. at CSI.



The New York men's soccer team continued their good start with their third straight win, a 3-1 win over College of Staten Island, to improve to 3-1 on the season.

Dare Aniyikaye, Mathias Valle, and Abdelwahab Mohamed all scored for the Knights. Goalkeeper Camilo Montes made five saves for the win.

The Knights return to action on Saturday at 1 P.M. as they host Lehman College at Aviator Field in Brooklyn for their home opener.



The New York men's soccer team defeated SUNY ESF 2-0 to improve their record to 2-1 on the season.

The Knights were led by Dare Aniyikaye who scored both goals for the Knights. Goalkeeper Gustavo Moreno recorded a shutout for the Knights, his first of the season.

The Knights return to action against the College of Staten Island on Tuesday at 4 P.M.



The Berkeley College New Jersey men's soccer team tied Lancaster Bible College 1-1 despite dominating the game in ball possession and shots on goal. Berkeley is now 1-1-1 on the season.

The Knights struck early with Ramon Arce (Bernardsville/Bernardsville, NJ) scoring 2:47 into the match on his own rebound. Lancaster would tie the match with a penalty kick at the 37:54 mark and would remain scoreless the rest of the way despite Berkeley outshooting Lancaster 24 to 11 and 9 to 4 in shots on goal.

The Knights were plagued with 18 foul calls against Lancaster's 9 and were hit with four yellow cards and a red card to none for Lancaster.

The Knights return to action with their first home game of the season against Albright College on September 14 at 7:30 P.M. at NJIT in Newark.



The Berkeley College New York men's soccer team defeated SUNY Maritime 3-2 to improve to 1-1 on the season.

The Knights were led by midfielder Abdelwahab Mohamed who scored all three goals for Berkeley, two of which were unassisted. He struck first 30:14 into the game on a free kick just outside of 20 yards from the goal to give the Knights the early lead. He would extend that lead to 2-0 less than five minutes later on an assist from Victor Dorismond. Mohamed would then score the game winning goal at the 64:46 mark on an indirect kick from 35 yards out.

The Knights look to get above .500 when they travel up to Syracuse on September 7 for a noon match against SUNY ESF, a team they are 0-1-1 against in their brief history.



The Berkeley College New Jersey men's soccer team scored with only four seconds remaining in the first half and then held on to secure their first win of the season to improve to 1-1 on the season. The win secured second place in the Union College Classic for the Knights.

Junior defender Danny Vieceli (Kearny/Kearny, NJ) scored on a free kick from the left side at the 44:56 mark of the first half. Freshman goalkeeper Pierce Langlois (Mountain Lakes/Mountain Lakes, NJ) made 9 saves for the shutout. Langlois made 6 saves in the 1-0 loss to Union the day before meaning he now has 17 saves versus 1 goal on the season.

The Knights return to action on Wednesday, September 4 at 4 P.M. against Lancaster Bible College.