By Mike Rudin – Sports editor It was a historic week for Pride volleyball as senior outside hitter Kelsie Wills broke the all-time kills record in the match against Elon University, reaching 1,674 career kills total. Former Pride player Lena Malinowski previously held the title with 1,654 kills since finishing her college career in 1998. […]
By Nick Mazzarella – STAFF WRITER Hofstra led Elon, 15-14, in the fourth set on Friday night. After Hannah Klemm set Kelsie Wills, Wills tooled the block for her 1,655th career kill. It was a new school record. Rewind to Wills’s first year of high school. After seeing her brother play volleyball, she wanted to pick […]
By Mike Rudin and Nick Mazzarella – Sports Editor and Staff Writer The Pride volleyball squad blazed through the competition and won the UConn tournament title this past weekend. Hofstra brought the brooms against Bryant University and Columbia University, sweeping both teams three sets to none. The latest three-match winning streak propels their record up […]
By Nick Mazzarella and Anders Jorstad – STAFF WRITER AND SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Hofstra was hot heading into its tournament this past weekend. The Pride were riding a four-game winning streak during which they didn’t drop a single set. They continued their dominance on Friday night, sweeping Fordham in their first match at the Hofstra […]
By Nick Mazzarella – Staff Writer When former Hofstra volleyball head coach Kristina Hernandez resigned from the position in March, athletic director Jeff Hathaway began a national search for the program’s next head coach. However, the winning candidate wasn’t very far away. In fact, Hathaway didn’t even have to leave campus to find her. The […]
By Mike Rudin – Sports Editor Hofstra is hitting a major hot streak, sweeping the St. Francis Terrier Invitational and shutting out Stony Brook. The Pride shut out their last four opponents, consecutively won their last 12 sets and the team improved to 7-1 overall. Defense was the name of the game for the Pride […]
“We don’t want to give anything away” was the message that Hofstra University volleyball head coach Kristina Hernandez preached going into the Pride’s final home stand of the regular season.
The Northeastern Huskies defeated the Hofstra University Pride volleyball team in straight sets over the weekend at Solomon Court in Boston, MA.
The women of Hofstra’s volleyball team had a disheartening weekend, losing two games to conference opponents and evening up its record on the year at 11-11 and dropping to 2-3 in Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) conference play.
It was the tale of two games for the Hofstra University volleyball team with one of sloppy play and the other of sheer dominance this past weekend.