The Berkeley College New Jersey men's soccer team responded after their worst loss in program history by dominating Penn State Hazleton 9-1 to improve to 2-3-2 on the season.

Three days after losing by eight goals, the Knights won by eight in order to nearly equalize their goal differential this season. To date the Knights have scored 14 goals and given up 15 with every game but the last two decided by one goal or a tie.

The Knights got on the board early with a goal by Paul Logan 1:42 into the match on an assist by Emmanuel Awoyinfa. Eric Lourenco would score two consecutive goals in a span of less than three and a half minutes to extend the lead to 3-0 by the 8:28 mark on assists by Joseph Canal and Awoyinfa. Canal would score twice on assists by Ramon Arce to make it 5-0 going into the half.

The Knights would come out shooting in the second half with four more unanswered goals to make it 9-0 on goals by Arce, Awoyinfa, Issa Musalaev, and Shane Hollimon before Penn State would ruin the shutout with less than two minutes left to play on a goal by Richard Wood.

The Knights outshot Penn State 45 to 1 on the match.

The Knights will look to return to .500 on Saturday, September 28 against Valley Forge Christian College at 8 P.M. at NJIT.