Tim Welsh resigned as men’s basketball coach just three days after being arrested for DWI Friday morning.
New men’s basketball coach Tim Welsh was suspended without pay pending an investigation by the University Friday after being arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated.
If it were not a World Cup year in 2010, it would be one of the biggest events in all of sports as the UEFA (Union of European Football Association) Champions League nears its exciting finale in Madrid, Spain.
1) Just because you have traded for the more successful player, doesn’t mean you will fare better in the playoffs.
After the signing where the Los Angeles Lakers got Ron Artest and allowed the Rockets to sign Trevor Ariza, essentially swapping the two, the Lakers lost much needed versatility.
1. The freshman are for real
Freshman pitcher Olivia Galati of the Hofstra softball team and freshman forward Shante Evans of the women’s basketball team are legitimate superstars.
The pressure is on the women’s lacrosse team as they head into the final stretch of the much-anticipated Colonial Athletic Association Championships. With only five losses in the season, the Pride appear to be in great shape, but, according to senior midfielder Liz Falco, have yet to reach their peak.
Five Hofstra cheerleaders were chosen to represent the United States of America at the International Cheerleading Union (ICU) World Championships of Cheerleading this past weekend, April 23, in Orlando, Florida. Hofstra’s own Samantha Montemurro, Arianna Scanlon, Brittany Schoenig, Alexa Sibilio, and Alie Sturchio were among the twenty-four cheerleaders from across the country that made up the all-girl Team USA cheer team.
Lost in the wash that was the NFL Draft last week, is the fact that after this season the NFL could be dealing with a work stoppage. This season is the last in the current Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), which has been in place since 1994. The potential for a lockout is even having an affect on this coming season. For example, there will be no salary cap or minimum or maximum.
The Hofstra Pride baseball team has had a roller coaster of a season in 2010 but currently finds itself on the up slope once again. After a series sweep over conference rival William & Mary at home and a 12-12 tie against NYIT on Wednesday, the Pride currently sit at 15-20-1, 6-6 in the CAA.
This weekend in Hempstead, the Hofstra Pride softball team remained on a hot streak by outscoring UNC Wilmington by a combined score of 11-0. “The weekend went well,” said head coach Bill Edwards. “We had good pitching, good defense and got timely hitting.”