Quickfire goals are nothing new in American college soccer, but this is bonkers.
Marist sophomore Cameron Harr now leads the nation in scoring after the New York Red Bulls Academy product scored four goals on Thursday.
Oh, and those four goals came in four minutes and 20 seconds. That’s high-powered output.
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The Red Foxes hammered Manhattan 5-0 on Wednesday evening, with Harr scoring a beautiful opener before tapping in a second and then adding a pair of penalties — within 44 seconds (!!) — to complete his haul.
Harr’s 15 goals have him one ahead of Florida Gulf Coast’s Albert Ruiz, who coincidentally scored three goals in 3:19 earlier this month!