The Maryland men’s soccer team is a national champion once again.

On Sunday night, the Terrapins defeated Akron 1-0 to claim the NCAA title for a fourth time in school history. The previous championships came in 1968, 2005 and 2008.

Maryland’s lone goal came in the 57th minute of the game on a penalty kick fromĀ Amar Sejdic. It was the Terps’ first penalty kick in regulation all season long.

“It’s a moment that I’ve thought of since I came to Maryland. I knew that if the moment came I wanted to be the guy to step up and take it,” Sejdic told ESPN. “Scoring a goal in a meaningful match like that and celebrating with all the players is something that I’ll remember forever.”

After the game, Sejdic was named the College Cup’s Most Outstanding Player. Maryland finished the season with a 13-6-4 record.