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The Hofstra Pride softball team continued their long ball tactics to earn the 2018 Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Championship as three home runs propelled the team to a 7-4 victory over the top-ranked James Madison Dukes to claim the conference title on Friday afternoon, May 11, in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
In the Hofstra softball team’s first game in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Tournament, the Pride, who entered the CAA Tournament as the No. 2 seed, defeated the No. 3 seed Towson Tigers 9-4 in Virginia on Wednesday afternoon.
Hofstra softball wrapped up its final game of the regular season against Towson University on Saturday afternoon with a 4-2 win in Maryland. The Pride finished the regular with 37 wins and 12 losses overall and a record of 17-4 in Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) play.
The Pride began their final series of the regular season against Towson University on Friday in Maryland, splitting the doubleheader in a 4-3 loss in the first game, and a 12-0 win in the second.
A three-run homer from Keirstin Roadcap proved to be the fatal blow as Hofstra fell to the Dukes of James Madison University 11-8 on Sunday afternoon, sealing the sweep for JMU in dramatic fashion.
The Hofstra Pride softball team saw their seventeen-game winning streak come to an end on Saturday afternoon in Harrisonburg, Virginia, against James Madison University. Hofstra was swept by the Dukes in a doubleheader, 9-8 and 6-3.
The Hofstra softball team celebrated Senior Day in style on Sunday afternoon, making quick work of Drexel University with a 8-0 mercy-rule victory, the Pride’s 16th victory in a row.
The Hofstra softball team extended its win streak to 12 games after sweeping Wagner College in a doubleheader, 2-0 and 16-1, at Bill Edwards Stadium on Tuesday. The Pride have won 20 of their last 21 contests and improve to 30-8 on the 2018 campaign.
The Hofstra softball team dominated the University of Delaware on the road to complete the Colonial Athletic Association series sweep with a 14-4 victory on Sunday afternoon.
The Hofstra softball team picked up a 10-2 five-inning victory over Seton Hall on Tuesday afternoon at Bill Edwards Stadium for their seventh straight win.
Hofstra softball completed the sweep over Elon University on Sunday with an 8-2 victory in North Carolina to remain undefeated in conference play.
Brittany Allocca’s six-RBI game led the way, going 3-3 with two home runs and two walks. This marks her eighth multi-hit game this season and fifth multi-RBI performance.
The Hofstra softball team extended their win streak to eight games on Tuesday afternoon, taking down the University of Connecticut Huskies 5-2 at Bill Edwards Stadium.
The Hofstra softball team’s hot hitting continued in a big way on Saturday, as the Pride launched six home runs and hung 22 total runs in a doubleheader sweep of UNC Wilmington at Fordham’s Bahoshy Field.
Brielle Pietrafesa’s two-run blast in the fifth inning would prove to be the difference-maker as the Hofstra softball team opened up conference play with a 3-2 win over UNC Wilmington on Saturday afternoon at Fordham’s Bahoshy Field.
The Hofstra softball team capped off the weekend in impressive fashion, picking up another pair of wins over St. John’s University and Binghamton University to complete a perfect 4-0 weekend.
A three-run second inning proved to be fatal as the Hofstra softball team was tripped up by Florida Gulf Coast University 3-2 to wrap up the Unconquered Invitational at Florida State University on Sunday afternoon.
The Hofstra Pride softball team saw their season end last year two games shy of the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) title. After posting an 11-8 conference record, good for second best in the CAA, the team succumbed to Dukes of James Madison University. Hofstra is no stranger to JMU, who has won three of the last four conference championships. This season, there is just one goal in mind for the Pride: taking back the CAA.