In a tale of two-halves, freshman forward David Mugenga scored in the 2nd minute and again in the 15th minute to give the Knights an early 2-0 lead against Brooklyn College. And until half-time it looked as if it would be enough for Berkeley to reach the .500 mark for the season.

The picture changed suddenly and dramatically with the start of the second half. Brooklyn College came out with more belief and determination and put immediate pressure on the Knights. Sophomore keeper Camilo Montes (Bayside/Bayside, NY) made a good stop from close range in the 50th minute and junior defender Yhonnier Montoya (Lyndhurst/Lyndhurst, NJ) cleared off the line to temporarily keep the Knight's clean sheet.

But the Bridges would keep up the pressure and scored two almost identical goals within 10 minutes - pouncing on close range rebounds - to even the score at the hour-mark.

Berkeley NY reawakened to retake control of the tempo, but could not create enough to capitalize through the overtime. The Knights' record now stands at 5-6-1. They face USCAA #13 ranked foe, NHTI, Saturday 9 am at Randall's Island.