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The grind of a challenging East Coast Conference schedule awaits a more experienced and confident Molloy College women’s basketball squad that’s off to a 5-1 start. more
Molloy College played its best basketball down the stretch last season, salvaging a 7-11 record against East Coast Conference foes and reaching the tournament semifinals. more
With all due respect to the opinion of American novelist Thomas Wolfe, the New York Islanders and their fired-up fan base have proven you wrong. You can, indeed, go home again. more
The past couple of seasons have not been up to standards on the basketball court for the Hofstra ladies. Graduation has been tough on the Pride, and injuries to key players left the team undermanned far too often. more
A packed Mack Sports Complex with new state-of-the-art video boards greeted the Hofstra men’s basketball team for its home opener on Nov. 9. more
The Long Island Nets, in their third season of existence and second calling Nassau Coliseum home, have plenty of new things to offer for the 2018-19 campaign. more
In youth sports, retaining the same players year-to-year can be a difficult thing to maintain. As they grow up, players’ interests and skill sets change, and the teams’ makeup changes as a … more
The Glen Cove Lady Big Red finished its 2018 soccer season 4-8-3 (4-4-2 Conference AB6) with a sweet senior game result, downing Malverne/East Rockaway 3-1. more
Currently sitting at 6-3 in Conference A4 and looking for a strong close to the season is the Glen Cove girls’ volleyball team. An offensive force all through the season, the talented group and coach Matthew Carbone are confident that they can finish out the season on a high note. more
After graduating a number of key players from its 2017 roster, the Glen Cove girls’ tennis team has seen some struggles while playing stiff competition. more
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