The New York men's soccer team defeated Yeshiva University on Sunday by a score of 8 to 1 to end the season at 10-9-2, their second straight season with a better than .500 record.

The Knights got on the board early with freshman midfielder Dare Aniyikaye scoring with only 2:44 into the game. It was a lead the Knights would not relinquish, with quick scores from junior forward Guillermo Moscoso, sophomore defender Ulises Bravo, senior midfielder Patrik Lundberg, and a second goal by Aniyikaye to give the Knights a commanding 5-0 halftime lead.

Sophomore midfielder Daisei Hiwaki would extend the lead to six with a goal seven minutes into the second half, followed by a goal from junior midfielder Claes Magnusson before Yeshiva responded with a goal of its own to make it 7-1.

Junior defender and captain, Yhonnier Montoya, would complete the scoring. Hiwaki would finish the game with a goal and six assists.