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An Oct. 25 ceremony inducting the Hofstra 1975-76 and 1999-00 men’s basketball teams that reached the NCAA Tournament into the university’s athletics hall of fame has provided extra inspiration for a talented 2015-16 group to make similar history. more
They came in as champions and Marcos Senna and Raúl went out as champions last Sunday night, helping lead the New York Cosmos to the NASL Championship title. more
Coming off a subpar performance in Week 7, West Hempstead returned to the win column behind a punishing ground attack that paved the way to a 48-14 rout of visiting Malverne last Saturday in the Conference IV regular-season finale. more
One of Malverne’s biggest football victories in more than two decades will go down in the record book as a forfeit, but head coach Kito Lockwood couldn’t be more proud of his team’s 32-30 upset of top-seeded Seaford in Conference IV action on Oct. 24. more
Expectations were high for the Malverne/East Rockaway girls’ soccer team coming into the 2015 season. With 10 seniors on the roster, and their top two scorers back, the Rockin’ Mules had every reason to believe that a playoff berth was attainable. more
The Hofstra men’s soccer team kicked off its 2015 season with a bang. The Pride opened the new campaign with a 2-1 upset win against 15th-ranked Syracuse on Aug. 28, followed by a 4-0 triumph over Vermont two days later. more
Hofstra women’s soccer graduated its all-time leading scorer last year, but in 2015 returns another offensive weapon poised to take over the scoring crown. more
Nominate a student-athlete to be highlighted on the Herald sports page. more
Molloy College men’s soccer coach Danny Longo has high expectations for an offense that struggled to find the net last season with only 14 goals in 18 games. more
As always, expectations are sky high for Nassau Community College’s football program. The Lions, coming off a perfect 10-0 campaign in former player Joe Osovet’s debut season as head coach, are ranked No. 5 by the NJCAA. more
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