Berkeley's New York men's soccer team had every opportunity to pull out a win against Brooklyn College, but late goals in the first and second halfs by Brooklyn's Mack Diller made the difference in the 4 to 2 loss.
Brooklyn scored first on a goal by Fabian Olguin, but Berkeley responded to tie the game on a goal by Daisei Hiwaki. With less than five minutes to play in the first half, Mack Diller exploded for Brooklyn to give the Bridges a 2 to 1 halftime lead.
Brooklyn would extend the lead on a goal by Drilon Sahitaj before Berkeley again closed the gap to one on a goal by Jermaine Dacres.
Mack Diller would seal the game on a late goal to make the final score 4 to 2.
New York next plays on September 19 against NYU/Polytechnic University.