Turnovers prove costly for women's basketball

The Hofstra University women’s basketball team continued to struggle with turnovers as they fell to the James Madison University Dukes in a final score of 77-54, on Friday evening, Jan. 11, at the Convocation Center in Harrisonburg, Virginia. The Pride is currently 6-9, and 0-3 in Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) play.

Men's basketball earns 12th win in a row with victory over Elon

The Hofstra men’s basketball team extended their winning streak to 12 games on Saturday night with a comeback, 74-71 win over the Elon University Phoenix in the new Schar Center in Elon, North Carolina. The 12-game winning streak is the second-longest winning streak since the 1966-67 season when Hofstra basketball first became an NCAA Division I program.

Urban Meyer: A career of success

It was a bitter cold morning on the Ohio State University campus on Tuesday, Dec. 4. Fans and athletes were still disappointed in the playoff selection committee after the No. 6 Ohio State Buckeyes were left out of the College Football Playoffs after defeating then-ranked No. 4 University of Michigan on Nov. 24 and No. 22 Northwestern University on Dec. 2 to be crowned Big 10 Champions. However, after a morning news conference on Dec. 4, the remaining pieces of their sewn-up hearts would be shattered. Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer shocked the NCAA world announcing his retirement as coach following their Rose Bowl game against the University of Washington.

Hofstra wrestling splits weekend contest at home

On a cold Sunday afternoon where the  Hofstra wrestling alumni were honored, the Hofstra wrestling team split a doubleheader against Northern Colorado University and Virginia Military Institute at the David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex. They beat VMI 28-15 but fell to Northern Colorado 21-13. Before the match against Northern Colorado, the banner honoring alumni Nick Gallo, Hofstra’s only nation champion, was unveiled.