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Richard Davy (born May 3, 1953) is a former Jamaican soccer player who was the architect of the winning goal which catapulted the Howard University Bisons to the 1974 Division 1 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Championship. That Howard soccer team posted a perfect 19-0-0 season record, a record which still stands unbeaten and unmatched by any other Collegiate soccer team after over 35 years. Richard's defense-splitting dribbling foray down the left flank, shortly after the start of the fourth overtime in the NCAA Championship game, left two St. Louis University defenders faked-out off of the field as he centered a crossing pass which beat goalkeeper Rob Valero and left teammate Kendu Illodigwe with an easy tap-in into the open goal.

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  • Richard Davy (born May 3, 1953) is a former Jamaican soccer player who was the architect of the winning goal which catapulted the Howard University Bisons to the 1974 Division 1 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Championship. That Howard soccer team posted a perfect 19-0-0 season record, a record which still stands unbeaten and unmatched by any other Collegiate soccer team after over 35 years. Richard's defense-splitting dribbling foray down the left flank, shortly after the start of the fourth overtime in the NCAA Championship game, left two St. Louis University defenders faked-out off of the field as he centered a crossing pass which beat goalkeeper Rob Valero and left teammate Kendu Illodigwe with an easy tap-in into the open goal.
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  • Richard Davy (born May 3, 1953) is a former Jamaican soccer player who was the architect of the winning goal which catapulted the Howard University Bisons to the 1974 Division 1 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Championship. That Howard soccer team posted a perfect 19-0-0 season record, a record which still stands unbeaten and unmatched by any other Collegiate soccer team after over 35 years. Richard's defense-splitting dribbling foray down the left flank, shortly after the start of the fourth overtime in the NCAA Championship game, left two St. Louis University defenders faked-out off of the field as he centered a crossing pass which beat goalkeeper Rob Valero and left teammate Kendu Illodigwe with an easy tap-in into the open goal.
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