The New York men's soccer team defeated New Hampshire Technical Institute 3 to 1 on Saturday to even their record at 6-6-1 on the season. The Lynx came in to the game as the 13th ranked team in the USCAA.

It was the second time the two programs have met, with the Knights defeating the Lynx in overtime last year in New Hampshire.

Berkeley controlled most of the play, finally breaking through at the 20th minute with a goal by freshman forward David Mugenga on an assist by junior Claes Magnuson. The Knights would strike again on a goal by freshman forward Andrew Levy to make it 2-0 at the half.

The Lynx responded with a goal by Chris Woolsey to keep the visitors in the match. Less than three minutes later, however, the Knights responded with Levy's second goal of the game, nicely tacking the ball under the keeper to secure the Berkeley win.

The Knights now face conference foe St Lawrence on Wednesday, October 12th.