By Jeffrey Werner – Staff Writer The Hofstra Pride ended their two-game home stand on a high note by beating Columbia University 4-3. Stella Schoen stepped up, scoring the game-winning goal in sudden death regulation. The Pride came into their match riding a four-game losing streak, two of which were against ranked opponents, No. 11 Syracuse […]
By Kyle Kandetzki and Jeffrey Werner – ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR AND STAFF WRITER With two struggling teams added on to the schedule, Hofstra certainly didn’t expect their winning streak to come to a sudden halt. The Pride field hockey team traveled to Hamden, Conn. to take on the 2-5 Quinnipiac Bobcats on Thursday, their final game […]
By John Napolitano – SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Pride seemed like they couldn’t be beat coming into the weekend. So it was to everyone’s surprise that New Hampshire broke their hot streak. Following a 3-1 victory against UMass-Lowell, Hofstra field hockey had strung together seven consecutive wins. But on Sunday, a 2-5 New Hampshire team […]
By Sean Williams – SPORTS EDITOR Hofstra field hockey continued its hot streak this week, winning three games over a frenzied five-day stretch that included an overtime home opener and back-to-back contests at the Catamount Classic in Vermont. The victories push the Pride’s streak to six games, with the team winning every game since stumbling against […]
By Sean Williams – Sports Editor The Hofstra field hockey team is only four games into the 2014 season, yet Kathy De Angelis’ squad is already halfway to meeting last year’s disappointing six-win mark. With a 3-1 start to the year, the young Pride team seems to be getting over last year’s growing pains and developing […]
After a loss to no. 14 Maine last week, the Hofstra University field hockey team dropped a 3-2 decision to Northeastern on Friday on Senior Day.
Hat tricks from senior forward Genna Kovar and junior forward Krizia Layne carried the Hofstra University field hockey team to its seven straight home win with a 7-2 victory over Delaware on Sunday afternoon.
After a testing Virginia road trip that included a 5-0 loss to no. 1 Old Dominion, the Hofstra University field hockey team is heating up with a weekend sweep with a 7-0 thrashing of VCU and a 4-1 victory over James Madison.
Entering the weekend on a two game-winning streak, the Hofstra University field hockey team extended its stretch to four as an impressive offensive output against Siena on Friday and an upset of no. 16 Albany on Sunday has put the Pride on a hot streak.
Sure, we’ve heard the stories of athletes coming together as roommates and creating lifelong bonds worthy of Hollywood cinematic gold. This however, is one of them; this is better.