The Army West Point Men's Soccer team picked up a point in the Patriot League standings following a scoreless double-overtime draw against Bucknell on Saturday afternoon. The Black Knights (3-6-4, 1-3-3 Patriot League) were assertive on the offensive end, putting up 14 shots compared to seven from the Bison (5-5-5, 2-2-3 Patriot League). Army also held a slight edge in corners, 6-5. Keenan O'Shea was responsible for majority of the Black Knights' shot attempts in the game, finishing with a team-high seven strikes. In goal, Jacob Suppiah posted a clean sheet after sending away the only two shots he saw placed on goal by Bucknell. O'Shea's seven shots marked a career high. Army played in its fifth overtime contest this season. The Black Knights moved to 1-0-4 in matches that went beyond regulation. The draw marked the first all-time in the Army-Bucknell series. Army now holds a 21-17-1 advantage versus the Bison. Read more.