Georgianna scores first career goal in shootout win over Sacred Heart

Hofstra field hockey battled more than just the Sacred Heart University Pioneers on Tuesday as Mother Nature sabotaged the afternoon with not one, but two lightning delays causing the first half to last for more than two hours. On top of the lightning delays, regulation time wouldn’t be enough to produce a decision. The Pride went to their second shootout of the season, and much like their first against Virginia Commonwealth University, came out with the win, 2-1.

COLUMN: NFL Week 3 Preview

Well, it’s only been two weeks and it’s been a very strange start to the NFL season to say the least. We’ve already had two ties, teams struggling to find kickers, Ryan Fitzpatrick leads the league in passing yards and QB rating and a player even retired at halftime. Who knows what’s in store for week three as the season is only beginning.

Volleyball to open conference play next weekend

“Every weekend that we play is a championship game. Every weekend we play is as important as the championship,” said Laura Masciullo, a star Hofstra volleyball player and the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Preseason Player of the Year. as conference play inches closer. For a team that’s been on the cusp, having finished anywhere from third to fifth place in each of the past five years, might this be the year they can finally get over the top?

Masciullo eyes 1,000 kills in sweep of St. Johns

Twenty-three is the magic number for junior Laura Masciullo as she looks to become the 16th player to reach 1,000 kills in Hofstra volleyball history. Her number continues to inch toward it after a 14-kill performance at local rival St. John’s University (8-4) as the Hofstra Pride (8-3) swept the Red Storm in straight sets.