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November 9, 2013

Baruch Repeats as CUNYAC Champions! Return to NCAA! Kozlowski With Golden Goal in OT!

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Oren Kozlowski has scored 18 goals this season, but his most important one came with two minutes left in the first sudden death overtime to defeat CCNY, 1-0, in the CUNYAC/Applebee's Championship Match played at the Brooklyn College Athletic Complex on a chilly Saturday evening.

The Bearcats will discover the date, opponent and location of their NCAA first round match on Monday, November 11 at 1:00 pm via NCAA.com.

With the result, the Bearcats win the CUNYAC title and NCAA berth for the second consecutive year, while also extending their undefeated CUNYAC streak (regular & postseason) to 22 in a row. They are also in the midst of an 11 match winning streak this season.

The Bearcats recorded a 32-10 shot advantage, but not until the end of sudden death were they able to break through with the winning goal.

Robert Aronov and Kyle Keague earned the assists that set up Kozlowski for the header and exciting Golden Goal for the team's fourth-ever conference tournament championship.

Helder Correia posted the shutout with seven saves to also record his second CUNYAC championship winning match as goalkeeper. He kept CCNY scoreless with several acrobatic saves in the second half.

QUARTERFINALS, Wednesday, October 30
at Higher Seeds

#1 Baruch defeats #8 Hunter, 2-1
#2 CCNY defeats #7 Lehman, 2-1
#3 Brooklyn defeats #6 York, 2-1
#4 Staten Island defeats #5 John Jay, 1-0

SEMIFINALS, Saturday, November 2
at Brooklyn College Soccer Field

#1 Baruch defeats #4 Staten Island, 3-2
#2 CCNY vs #3 Brooklyn, tie 1-1 (CCNY win on PKs 5-4)

FINAL, Saturday, November 9
at Brooklyn College Soccer Field

#1 Baruch defeats #2 CCNY, 1-0 (OT)

RECENT HISTORY
YEAR: OVERALL, CUNYAC RECORD (PLACE), FINALS FINISH, POSTSEASON
Wins-Losses-Ties

2013: 12-5-0, 8-0 (1st Place), CUNYAC Champions, NCAA Berth
2012: 11-6-3, 6-0-2 (1st Place), CUNYAC Champions, NCAA Berth
2011: 8-8-2, 4-3-1 (3rd Place), Lost in Finals-Penalty Kicks
2010: 12-5-2, 7-2 (1st Place), Lost in Semifinals-Penalty Kicks, ECAC Berth
2009: 7-7-3, 6-1-2 (2nd Place), Lost in Semifinals
2008: 7-5-5, 5-3 (3rd Place), Lost in Quarterfinals-Penalty Kicks, ECAC Berth
2007: 5-12, 2-5 (7th Place), Lost in Quarterfinals
2006: 12-7-1, 5-2-1 (2nd Place), CUNYAC Champions, NCAA Berth
2005: 8-7-3, 4-1-3 (3rd Place), Lost in Semifinals
2004: 11-4-1, 5-3 (4th Place), CUNYAC Champions, NCAA Berth
2003: 4-12, 1-6 (8th Place), Lost in Quarterfinals

ALL-TIME
CUNYAC Regular Season Championships:  1989, 2010, 2012, 2013
CUNYAC Tournament Championships: 2004, 2006, 2012, 2013
NCAA Postseason Appearances: 2004, 2006, 2012, 2013
ECAC Postseason Appearances: 2008, 2010
 

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