RICHMOND, VA – The Hofstra Pride men’s basketball team left for Richmond, VA as the hottest team in the conference, having won six-straight games.
For the first time in almost two decades, a team other then Old Dominion will be defending the title in this weekend’s CAA Women’s Basketball Tournament starting March 11.
The women’s lacrosse team came up short in a low-scoring match against No.4 Penn as they wrapped up their recent Ivy League road trip.
Since her rookie season with the Pride in 2007, senior women’s lacrosse player Corrine Gandolfi has had talent written all over her. Her natural ability has already put dents in Hofstra’s record book.
Despite a 5-3 lead after seven innings, the Pride Baseball team could not withstand the University of Maryland as they eventually suffered a 7-5 loss in College Park, MD on Sunday. With the loss, the Pride has now dropped nine straight games to begin the season.
Five members of the men’s basketball team brought home hardware Thursday night at the 2009-10 CAA awards banquet in Richmond, VA.
One of the Pride’s youngest basketball stars, freshman forward Shante Evans, has been demonstrating that she is one of the top players in the CAA all year and is up to the challenge of bringing Hofstra deep into the postseason.
After its win against no. 19 Brown, the Pride men’s lacrosse team is flying high into their next match against no. 7 Johns Hopkins University.
RICHMOND, VA – The magic ran out for the Hofstra men’s basketball team Saturday night as they fell to Northeastern 74-71 in double overtime.
RICHMOND, VA – Hofstra men’s basketball is two for two since traveling to Richmond, VA. Thursday night junior guard Charles Jenkins was named 2010 CAA men’s basketball player of the year, and Friday night junior forward Greg Washington hit a jump shot with 16 seconds on the clock to beat Georgia State and send Hofstra on to the second round.