- The University of New Hampshire men’s soccer team battled for a scoreless 110 minutes at Colgate University on Saturday afternoon. With 28 seconds remaining in the final 10-minute overtime period, senior back Mike McKee (Newtown, Pa.) took a corner kick for the Wildcats. McKee served the ball in front of the goal where a waiting Mike Davis (Tigard, Ore.) headed the ball. The last chance scoring opportunity sailed high above the net. The Wildcats are now 1-3-3 on the season, while the Raiders are 3-3-1.

The Wildcat offense had numerous scoring chances, including a team-leading five shots from senior midfielder Kyle Urso (Lombard, Ill.). Ten minutes into his first appearance this season for the Wildcats, sophomore Chris Banks (Westborough, Mass.) headed a shot on net. Urso and Scott Rowling (Richboro, Pa.) fired the ball on goal just seven seconds apart in the 60th minute. Colgate goalkeeper David Cappuccio saved all the shots. 

In the first overtime period, A.J. DuBois (Acworth, N.H.) tallied a shot on net, but could not get by Cappuccio. The score of the game as well as the majority of the statistics were even, with both teams taking 14 shots and committed 15 fouls in the 110 minute long game.

Senior goalkeeper Mike Jenne (Vernon, N.Y.) made just three saves in the game as the Wildcat defense held the Raiders to just two shots on goal in the second period and one in overtime. 

The Wildcats will host Holy Cross on Tuesday, Sept. 25. Kick-off on Lewis Fields is set for 3 p.m.
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