The Berkeley College New York men's soccer team continued their resurgence with a 7-2 win over St. Joseph's College of Brooklyn Wednesday night. The win improved the Knights' record to 4-8-2 on the season after having started the season 0-7. It also improved the team's conference record to 4-0-1.

Despite the win, the Bears dominated early taking 1-0 and 2-1 leads in the first half. The Knights got on the board in the 18th minute on a goal by sophomore midfielder Ibrahina Ndiaye (Senegal) to tie it at 1-1. The Knights would end the half on goals in the 30th and 31st minutes by freshman defender Mouhamadou Saar (Senegal) and freshman midfielder Abdelwahab Mohamed (Brooklyn, NY) to take a 3-2 lead at halftime.

The second half would be dominated by the Knights with goals in the 50th, 57th, 75th, and 87th minute. Freshman standout forward Hasan Sezer (Istanbul, Turkey) would net the first two on assists by Saar and Ndiaye. Freshman midfielder Clas Anton Hakansson would score in the 75th and sophomore defender Joachim Moe (Trondheif, Norway) would net the final goal, both unassisted.

The Knights return to action on Sunday against SUNY ESF at Randall's Island at 1 P.M.