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Hofstra’s baseball team is looking to reach new heights this spring with the return of veteran hitters. The Pride went 15-37 in 2016, but bring back position players who combined for 29 home runs and 136 RBIs. more
After a rare down season for Hofstra softball, the Pride is geared for a turnaround spring thanks to some talented additions. Despite posting its 27th straight winning season, Hofstra missed out on qualifying for the Colonial Athletic Association for the first time in program history with an 8-10 record. more
A new 90-second shot clock was introduced in college women’s lacrosse for the 2017 season providing further impetus for Hofstra to electrify its offense. On the heels of a disappointing three-win 2016 campaign, fifth-year head coach Shannon Smith looked to implement a more up-tempo style this spring. more
The Hofstra men’s lacrosse team entered the 2017 campaign fueled to capture a Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) title after falling in the conference semifinals to Fairfield last season. more
When Elmont’s backcourt leader, junior Victor Olawoye, went down with a twisted ankle early in the second quarter of Wednesday’s Nassau Class A boys’ basketball semifinal against Valley Stream North, there was no panic in the defending state champions. more
For the second straight season, Sewanhaka gave North Shore all it could handle in the Class A girls’ basketball playoffs. But, once again, the Lady Indians fell short of their dream of playing for a county championship. more
Valley Stream North allowed just 11 second-half points on Jan. 21 when it rallied to complete a regular-season sweep of conference rival Lynbrook. A little more than a month later, the Spartans rode a similar defensive effort to earn a return trip to the Nassau Class A boys’ basketball semifinals. more
Mepham entered its Nassau Class A girls’ basketball quarterfinal playoff matchup at No. 3 Sewanhaka on a 15-game winning streak and showed its mettle after digging a 14-point hole through 10 minutes of play. more
The Sewanhaka girls’ basketball team came into the postseason with 17 wins and the No. 3 seed in the Nassau Class A playoffs. With a strong defensive unit and a variety of different sources of offense, the Lady Indians continued their journey with a 68-52 victory over No. 14 Glen Cove on Feb. 16. more
Sewanhaka boys’ basketball has had its share of ebbs and flows over the past decade. Each season found the Indians searching for that signature win that would catapult them from pretender to contender. But, for one reason or another, the team would fall short. Until now. more
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