MEN'S SOCCER COMES UP JUST SHORT AGAINST BINGHAMTON IN DOUBLE-OVERTIME, 1-0

VESTAL, N.Y. – Despite holding its opponent scoreless for more than 105 minutes of play, the University of New Hampshire men's soccer team couldn't find the back of the net, falling to Binghamton University, 1-0, on Saturday evening at Bearcats Sports Complex.

With the loss, the Wildcats fall to 7-4-5 overall and 2-3-2 in America East play on the season. As for the Bearcats, they improve to 5-6-4 overall and 3-2-2 in conference play. The Wildcats have played in 11 overtime games this year, including nine in double-overtime. New Hampshire clinches the No. 5 seed in the upcoming America East Tournament.

Colin O'Donnell (Hampden, Mass.) led UNH, tying a career-high with seven saves in the loss. Despite giving up a goal in the contest, O'Donnell had not surrendered a goal in 248 minutes of play.

The Bearcats ended the deadlocked action in the 106th minute, when Tommy Klim notched his first goal of the season after receiving a pass from Ryan Walter off a corner kick. Klim's goal came at 105:05, giving the Bearcats their first win in three games.

Binghamton held the advantage in shots, 15-3, including a 6-2 edge in the first frame. Brad Hilton (Merrimack, Mass.) tallied UNH's only shot on goal in the contest.

The Wildcats wrap up their season Tuesday, November 2, when they take on Dartmouth College at 7 p.m. at Burnham Field.

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