All three Berkeley College varsity soccer programs not only won on Saturday, but also managed to shut out each of their opponents on the same day for the first time all while playing all three matches at their respective home fields.

The day started with an important conference win for the men's program with a 2-0 victory over Culinary Institute of America. The Knights were led by Dare Aniyikaye and Andrew Tuma-Waku scoring on assists by Joachim Moe. Camilo Montes secured another shut out with three saves.

The win improves the Knights' record to 8-2 on the season and 3-0 in the conference.

That game was followed by the women's first game of the season after Sarah Lawrence postponed their match earlier in the week. The women dominated Medgar Evers 11-0 to start the season 1-0 and 1-0 in the conference. Kerry Ann Houghton managed six of the eleven goals with Frida Sintiem adding three goals. Peta-Gay Connell managed the shut out win in net with one save.

The New Jersey men finished the day with a late evening match against Valley Forge Christian College in which they overwhelmed the undermanned Patriots with a 7-0 victory. The Knights dominated in every aspect of the game, putting up 48 shots to the Patriots 12 while playing 25 players to the Patriots 12.

Five different Knights scored with Emmanuel Awoginba and David Cardenas netting two goals a piece and Pierce Langlois and David Gonzalez combining for the shut out in the net. The win returns the Knights to .500 on the season at 3-3-2.

The New York men host national champion Briarcliffe College on Wednesday at 7 P.M. The New Jersey men return to action on Thursday in a home match against Penn College at 7 P.M. The women host Albany Pharmacy on Saturday as part of a doubleheader at 1 P.M.