WRITTEN BY PATRICK MCCORMACK
The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers picked up a critical three points in a 1-0 victory over the Bryant Bulldogs on senior day at Brooklyn Bridge Park.
With the win SFBK improves to 9-4-1, 3-2-0 in NEC play.
Gabriel Bagot picked up his seventh goal in the victory .
“It was very exciting scoring, especially with the new field and I had family here from Europe so it was very exciting,” Bagot stated. “It was big (the win), it gives up three points for the playoffs.”
SFBK head coach Tom Giovatto saw this as a big win for his team.
He said, “It’s huge (the win), it is a foot in the playoff door. So it’s up to us now. This is as big as it gets.”
The Terriers opened up the scoring in the 57th minute, when Bogot chipped a pass from Fabian Suele over Bryant’s keeper, Chris Knaub’s head.
Jack Binks stopped all three shots he faced, for his fifth shutout of the season.