Baltimore was edged out by their neighbors to the south in a seven-goal thriller that saw new PDL side DC United U23 come out on top 4-3.
The Bohs would open the scoring early, with Malcolm Harris finding the net just 42 seconds into the match. The lead would not hold for long, as DC's Jake Rozhansky put the teams level in the 13th minute.
United would go up 3-1 by the halftime whistle, with Rozhansky scoring again in addition to Jacori Hayes.
The Bohs would not go down without a fight, though, and the Bohs pulled one back through Gregg Hauck, who would beat the keeper in the 54th minute. Shawn Geary would tie up the score at 3 a piece in the 75th minute, with his second goal of the season.
DC did not wait long to respond, as Jeremy Ebobisse put home would would be the game-winner in the 77th minute.
Credit due to the Bohs, who played this match on the heels of a tough road game the night before in Reading, both under very warm and muggy conditions.
The Bohs travel to Lehigh Valley on Wednesday, in hopes of regaining their winning form.