UConn Football ended the regular season with a loss at Army

WEST POINT, NY — The UConn soccer team traveled to the US Military Academy on Saturday with the task of capping its regular season with a seventh win in Jim Mora’s inaugural season.

A seventh win would appear to earn the independent program a berth in a postseason bowl. And with an Army team struggling all season, the game seemed winnable.

Instead, the Huskies ended the season with a 34-17 loss and will now wait to see if they’re out when the bowl picture shakes.

“As disappointed as we all are, it’s important that we just take a step back and recognize what these young men have achieved,” Mora said. “This was a team I believe the over/under in Vegas was 2.5 wins, not that I care about Vegas because I don’t but it was printed there. We’re down to six at the moment and hopefully have a chance to play another game.”

UConn finished 6-6, eligible for a bowl berth. But without conference affiliation to contractually tie the program to a bowl game, UConn’s path is complicated.