Technical Match Ends In Terriers' Demise

Technical Match Ends In Terriers' Demise

The Terriers fall short to the Manhattan College Jaspers 1-0 in double-overtime in their home opener. It was a tough loss but the Terriers played a great game and should…

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Technical Match Ends In Terriers' Demise

Written by Greg Alcala on . Posted in Sport

The Terriers fall short to the Manhattan College Jaspers 1-0 in double-overtime in their home opener. It was a tough loss but the Terriers played a great game and should be proud of their efforts.

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