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The America East Championship bracket will set following Wednesday's four games.
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#AEMSOC Regular Season Concludes Wednesday

Release: 11/05/2013
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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Plenty is still at stake as the America East men's soccer regular season wraps up with four games on Wednesday. While four teams have secured America East Championship bids, two spots will be determined Wednesday as will the league's regular-season champion and No. 1 seed for the tournament. All four games will air on AmericaEast.TV.

Wednesday, November 6

Binghamton (3-9-5, 1-2-3, 6 pts AE) at Albany (4-9-3, 2-2-1, 7 pts AE) - 6 p.m.
     Live Stats | Watch live on AmericaEast.TV

  • The Bearcats and Great Danes fight for one the final two tournament spots Wednesday.
  • If there is a decision, the winner would qualify for the conference championship and be seeded fifth.
  • If Albany and Binghamton tie, the Great Danes would secure a bid and the No. 5 seed and Bearcats' tournament fate would be dependant on Stony Brook's result.
  • Both teams fell last time out with Albany losing to Hartford, 1-0, and Binghamton losing to UNH, 2-0.

Stony Brook (6-9-1, 1-4-1,4 pts. AE) at #6 UMBC (13-1-2, 4-0-2, 14 pts AE)  - 7 p.m.
       Live Stats | Watch live on AmericaEast.TV

  • Sixth-ranked UMBC can clinch its first America East regular season title since 2003 with a win or a UNH loss or tie.
  • The only way the Retrievers will not be the No. 1 seed is if they lose and UNH beats Vermont.
  • UMBC moved up one spot to sixth in the NSCAA poll Tuesday.
  • Stony Brook needs a win to keep its playoff hopes alive.

Vermont (9-3-4, 3-2-1, 10 pts. AE) at New Hampshire (11-5-0, 4-2-0, 12 pts ) - 7 p.m.

    Live Stats | Watch live on AmericaEast.TV

  • Old rivals Vermont and UNH meet for the 56th time Wednesday.
  • Both teams are fighting for a quarterfinal-round bye in the America East Championship while UNH still has hopes of a regular-season crown.
  • Scott Kisling's overtime score gave UVM a 1-0 win at Stony Brook Saturday while UNH beat Binghamton, 2-0.
  • UNH's 11 wins are its most since 2006.

UMass Lowell (3-13-1, 1-4-1, 4 pts AE) at Hartford (11-3-3, 3-2-1, 10 pts. AE) - 7 p.m.

      Live Stats | Watch live on AmericaEast.TV

  • Hartford is assured a home game in the conference championship and can secure a first-round bye with a win and a UNH loss to Vermont.
  • The Hawks beat Albany, 1-0, Saturday while UMass Lowell fell to UMBC, 2-0.
  • Hartford's 11 wins are its most since 2003.


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