– The University of New Hampshire men’s soccer team scored three goals in a 3-0 win over UMBC in an America East match-up Wednesday evening at Bremner Field.
    New Hampshire wins its sixth straight contest and improves to 11-4-2 overall and 5-2-0 in the conference.  UMBC falls to 4-9-3 overall and 1-4-2 in the conference.
    Sophomore defensive back Mike McKee (Newtown, Pa.) scored the game’s first goal in the 18th minute into the right corner from the left post on a corner kick from sophomore midfielder Kyle Urso (Lombard, Ill.).
    Freshman forward Chris Banks (Westborough, Mass.) scored the second goal for the Wildcats in the 34th minute from 5-yards out in front of the net on a right corner service from Urso. 
    In the second half, senior Ross Fishbain (Racine, Wis.) was fouled by the UMBC goalkeeper on a breakaway, setting up a penalty for teammate Richard Weinrebe (East Providence, R.I.) who kicked the ball in for the score.
    Senior goalkeeper Brian Levey (Pittsburgh, Pa.) picked up his eighth shutout of the season, making four saves in net.  UMBC’s Steve King made three saves for the Retrievers.
    Prior to the game, Wildcat seniors Pedro Braz (East Providence, R.I.), Ross Fishbain (Racine, Wis.), Levey, Matt Shump (Durham, N.H.) and Geoff Sanford Johnson City, N.Y.) were honored for their career at UNH as part of Senior Night activities.
    New Hampshire plays its final game of the regular season at Stony Brook on Saturday October 21 at 7 p.m.
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