The Stony Brook men’s soccer team whiffed on a huge opportunity on the afternoon of Sunday, Oct. 17 at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium, dropping a very favorable home match 3-1 to the badly struggling UMass Lowell River Hawks.
The six goals scored by the Seawolves are the most the team has ever produced under head coach Ryan Anatol, and their most since 1995, where the team scored 13 in a game against Old Westbury on Sept. 13.
Barddal’s goal put the Catamounts ahead with 12 seconds left in the first period, a score that proved to be the winning goal in Vermont’s 2-1 victory over Stony Brook Men’s Soccer on Saturday, Oct. 20.
Stony Brook Men’s Soccer looked to continue its three-game winning streak on Tuesday, Oct. 2 against No. 21-ranked Fordham, but was held to a scoreless draw after severe weather conditions forced the game to be called following regulation.
The cross was placed perfectly in front of him, only the goalkeeper standing in his way. A tap with the right foot, and the ball flew just past the goalkeeper’s outstretched hands into the right corner of the net.