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.
Nearly 90 minutes of a grinding pace fell apart in that moment on Saturday, Sept. 1, and the Stony Brook men’s soccer team could only watch the celebration unfurl on the opposing team’s bench following the 1-0 defeat.
The Stony Brook men’s soccer team and No. 16 ranked Georgetown went to overtime on Wednesday, but after Stony Brook had a 2-0 lead with over 25 minutes left to play, Georgetown scored three unanswered goals, taking down the Seawolves 3-2 at Shaw Field.