All in Women's Basketball

Meet women's basketball's ultimate super fans

In a largely empty Mack arena, the chanting and stomping of a small group of supporters fills the quiet void. Some might describe them as hooligans, but that categorization would be a disservice to the impact they make on the competition at stake. Lining the front row of the student section, Hofstra’s men's club ultimate frisbee team never skips a beat to make their presence felt from tip-off to buzzer. One would be hard-pressed to find a group of more dedicated and engaged fans of Hofstra women’s basketball. The self-proclaimed “Flying Dutchmen” have been frustrating opposing benches and toeing the line between fandom and fanaticism for years.

Brozoski records tournament-high 42 points in win over Elon

It went down to the final buzzer, but the Hofstra Pride women’s basketball team was able to sneak out with a 77-75 win over Elon University in the first round of the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Tournament on March 13 at the Bob Carpenter Center in Newark, Delaware. Boogie Brozoski led the way for the Pride, scoring a career high 42 points and crossing 1,000 points for her collegiate career. 

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.