The Hofstra Pride wrestling team recorded its fifth straight victory to end the regular season by defeating Army, 26-10.
The Hofstra Pride wrestling team defeated the Rider Broncs in a CAA dual 25-12 for its third straight win. The Pride improved its record to 12-4-1 (5-1 CAA), while Rider dropped to 8-11 (2-3 CAA).
After two wins in Philadelphia, Hofstra was back home on the mats to host No. 1 Cornell in the Physical Education Building on Saturday.
Four days after Christmas the Hofstra wrestling team was back on the mats at The Southern Scuffle in Greensboro, NC. Hofstra was set to face No. 1 Cornell and No. 2 Penn State amongst others.
This past weekend, Hofstra’s wrestling team flew to Las Vegas for arguably the toughest tournament of the regular season, the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational.
On Nov. 21, 2010 the Hofstra Pride wrestling team traveled to Columbia, MO as one of the four participants in the Missouri Duals along with no. 17 Oregon State, no. 11 Missouri and NAIA no. 8 Lindenwood.
The Hofstra Pride wrestling team began its season on Saturday, Nov. 6 with a tournament held in Edinboro, PA.
After a fifth place finish at the CAA’s, Hofstra University wrestling was fortunate enough to send two members of the squad, sophomores P.J. Gillespie and Ben Clymer, to Omaha, Nebraska for the 2010 NCAA Championships. There was a possibility of a third member making the trip to Omaha on March 18-20, but senior Jonny Bonilla-Bowman was sidelined with an injury that kept him out of the tournament.
The final week of the Hofstra wrestling team’s regular season was a busy one, as they matched up against three tough opponents in three different states over a six-day period.
Last Saturday the Hofstra Wrestling Team ventured off the Island to take on not one but two tough opponents. First, the Pride traveled over 200 miles to Binghamton University to match-up against the Bearcats before driving 50 miles further north to challenge 7th ranked Cornell University later that day.