Hartford Hawks Athletics – Men’s soccer hosts Dartmouth on Saturday


WEST HARTFORD, Connecticut – The Hartford men’s soccer team will end their home trip Tuesday when the Hawks host Dartmouth at Al-Marzook Field at 7 p.m. 1 Georgetown on Saturday as the Hawks lost 4-1 to No.9 New Hampshire.

Tuesday’s game is the second straight home game for the Hawks (1-6-2, 0-2-0 America East), who will travel to Stony Brook this weekend before returning to the Zoo for back-to-back dates at home against Yale. (Oct 5) and UAlbany (Oct 9).

DARTMOUTH BIG GREEN (0-5-0, 0-0-0 IVY) AT HARTFORD HAWKS (1-6-2, 0-2-0 AE)
Al-Marzook Field (West Hartford, Connecticut)
DATE HOUR : Tuesday September 28 (7 p.m.)
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  • Hartford lost, 4-1, to undefeated No.9 New Hampshire on Saturday
  • The Hawks were leading 1-0 at halftime before the Wildcats rallied with four goals in 12 minutes
  • Half of Hartford’s losses have ended in one goal this season
  • Graduate student Tomer drimmer and junior Addrian Knights-Brown are tied for the lead with two goals apiece
  • Junior Nadav Datner also scored for the Hawks this season
  • Knights-Browne scored the game-winning goal in Hartford’s 1-0 win over Central Connecticut on September 14
  • Knights-Browne leads the team with 18 shots, while Datner’s 10 shots on goal punctuate the team
  • Datner ranks third in Eastern America in shots on goal (1.67 per game) and fifth in shots (2.83 per game), while Knights-Browne also ranks in the top 10 in SOG (10th, 1.00 / g)
  • Second year goalie Rotem Fadida ranks second in the conference with 29 saves over the season
  • Fadida also ranks sixth in GAA (1.677) and seventh in save percentage (0.659)
  • The Head Coach Tom Poitras reached a milestone against Central Connecticut on Sept. 14, earning the 75th career victory with the Hawks


  • Dartmouth are looking for their first win of the season
  • The Big Greens were dominated by a 12-3 margin
  • Bern Jenkins, Trevor Gee and Matt Pickering have scored all three Dartmouth goals this season
  • The Big Green allowed multiple goals in all but one game, a 1-0 loss to UConn on September 21
  • Dartmouth was picked to finish fifth in the Ivy League preseason poll
  • Big Green’s 2020 campaign has been canceled due to COVID-19
  • Dartmouth have lost five of their six top scorers of the 2019 season, with junior forward David Alino being the lone returner in that group


  • Hartford leads all-time series 3-2-0
  • The Hawks won the last game, 1-0, in Dartmouth on October 22, 2019
  • The Hawks are 1-1 at home against the Big Green, with the win in the teams’ first-ever meeting in 1992


  • Hartford earned a 1-0 victory in 2019, Dartmouth’s final competitive season due to COVID-19
  • Aitor Elena scored the Hawks’ goal in the 50th minute
  • Goalkeeper Jimmy Slayton made six saves to register his eighth shutout of the season
  • The victory sparked a rally that saw the Hawks win three of their last four games of the regular season, setting up a race to the America East Championship game.


  • The Hawks fell 4-1 to New Hampshire on Saturday
  • Hartford took a 1-0 lead from a first-half penalty by Drimmer
  • Nationally-ranked UNH responded with four unanswered goals in 12 minutes after halftime


  • A trio of newcomers have already recorded important minutes on the pitch for the Hawks this season
  • Rookie midfielder Olivier Sylvain started all nine games, ranking first for the club in minutes played (838) and fourth in shots (10)
  • Demario Cameron, a junior defenseman who transferred from Campbell, recorded 796 (team No.5) minutes on the back line
  • Midfielder Patrick Gryczewski has also started eight of nine games and is ninth on the team in minutes (654)


  • Drimmer has been a mainstay of the Hawks’ roster, starting every game and playing 856 minutes, including end-to-end efforts in seven of Hartford’s nine games
  • He ranks third on the team for shots (15) and second for shots on goal (6)


  • The Hawks return to America East to play at Stony Brook on Saturday, October 2 at 6 p.m.
  • The Seawolves are 5-3 this season and 1-1 in conference action, with a 2-0 win over Vermont and a 1-0 loss to Binghamton
  • Freshman Jonas Bickus leads the Seawolves with three goals
  • Stony Brook was chosen to finish eighth in the league in America East’s men’s football coaches preseason poll
  • The all-time streak is evenly divided, 8-8-6
  • Hartford won the last meeting between the two teams, 1-0, on October 11, 2019
  • The teams did not meet last season due to America East’s abbreviated COVID-19 schedule

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