After downing the tournament’s first and second seeds, men’s soccer fell to sixth-seeded Bowdoin on a golden goal.
A late goal by freshman standout Komar Martinez-Paiz propelled the Cardinals to the NESCAC tournament semi-finals.
The squad dropped its fourth and fifth straight and needed help from Colby to reach the playoffs.
The mini-skid includes two straight overtime losses, and the road isn’t getting any easier, with undefeated Amherst up next.
Last week’s victories over lesser Salve Regina and Colby won’t ease the pain of Sunday’s home loss.
Crafty senior Jones ’16 provided two magical assists for the mercurial forward.
Premature darkness on Jackson Field left the Cardinals and Jumbos knotted at 0
The hat-trick highlighted a phenomenal team performance.
Bowdoin outlasts the Cards despite another goal from Kafina ’16
Chris Kafina’s go-ahead goal in the 107th minute avenges the 2012 squad’s loss to the Fords at NCAAs.
Goal scoring remains a major weakness for an otherwise stacked Cardinals lineup
Men’s soccer returns on Tuesday against Eastern Connecticut with high expectations and a chip on its shoulder