Berkeley College's New York men's soccer team continues to make history by winning their ninth and tenth games of the season!

The Knights first defeated City College of New York on Saturday behind a six goal explosion in the second half. The Knights trailed 1-0 at halftime when Alexis Monceaux tied the game at the 58:10 mark as he received a pass from Claes Magnusson and put the ball home to knot the game at a goal apiece. Magnusson would then put Berkeley ahead for good 2:05 later to give his team a 2-1 lead.

Berkeley College would then go on to add four more goals over the final 30 minutes of action to account for the 6-1 final score. Yhonnier Montoya scored two goals in just under three minutes to up the Knights lead to 4-1, and then Lucas Pucheta and Monceaux tallied the final two goals of the afternoon. Berkeley out-shot CCNY by a total count of 26-4 for the afternoon.

The Knights then travelled to New Hampshire where they took on the 11th seeded team in the nation (USCAA) and defeated the Lynx 2-1 in overtime on goals by Dela Wornawovor and Alexis Monceaux.

The wins improve the team's record to 10-5 on the season. They are currently ranked 7th in the USCAA.