Junior midfielder Tyler Bagley's kick set up a prime opportunity for Cornell's only tally of the match.

Men’s Soccer Ends Three Game Slump with 1-0 Win vs. Bucknell

A banged-up Cornell roster bounced back into winning ways against a physical Bucknell side on Tuesday. Going into the match, Cornell seemed to have lost its early-season momentum, unable to harness the same energy exhibited in big wins against Michigan State and Akron in its more recent games. The Red was winless in its past three contests, suffering two losses and tying against an underwhelming Brown side, who was just 2-8-2 heading into the game. Key pieces were missing for the Red, as its two leading goal scorers were unable to play. Junior midfielder Harry Fuller, who leads the team with four goals, sat out due to yellow card penalty accumulation.

The Red struck first in the contest but couldn't come back in the final 14 seconds after Albany went up by a goal.

Cornell Men’s Soccer Suffers Heartbreak in Final Seconds at Albany

The Red fell to Albany after conceding a go-ahead goal in the final seconds of the game. The Great Danes took the win, 2-1. Playing conditions were not ideal, as rain poured throughout the game, making the pitch and ball slippery and difficult to manage. The Red’s starting lineup was largely comprised of younger players in Albany. Freshman goalie Brady McSwain was given his second start.

The Red held on to the sole goal, and are once again on a two-game winning streak after their performance on Tuesday.

Red Dominates Siena in Narrow One-Goal Win

Cornell men’s soccer took a total of 29 shots throughout a commanding 90 minutes on Tuesday, yet junior midfielder Harry Fuller’s precise penalty in the eleventh minute was all that mattered in a 1-0 win against Siena College at Berman Field.