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The Hofstra Pride men’s basketball team continued their undefeated run in Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) play, picking up their 15th consecutive win in an 85-68 effort over the James Madison University Dukes at the JMU Convocation Center in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Sophomore Jalen Ray hit a 3-point shot with 37 seconds on the clock to propel Hofstra men’s basketball to a thrilling, 93-90 triple-overtime win over the College of William & Mary on Friday night in Kaplan Arena.
Justin Wright-Foreman scored a career-high 42 points and drained a buzzer beating three-pointer to put Hofstra men’s basketball over Northeastern University 77-75 on Saturday, Jan. 5.
The Hofstra women’s basketball team defeated the Siena College Saints on Friday, Dec. 21, to earn their second win in a row. The Pride came out on top with a score of 57-50, which lifts Hofstra to a 5-6 record.
Hofstra men’s basketball finished their in-state road trip with a 71-64 win against their Long Island Rival Stony Brook University. Hofstra was led by Justin Wright-Foreman, who had 25 points. This win marks Hofstra’s fifth victory in their last six contests in the Long Island Rivalry.
As a budding prospect from Cambridge, Massachusetts, Jacquil Taylor once called himself the “Best Kept Secret.” After four years, a myriad of injuries and a career’s worth of lessons, college basketball’s “Best Kept Secret” is ready to make himself public.
In a game that did not go perfectly for Hofstra men’s basketball, the team was able to stave off a late run by Siena College to reach a 94-86 victory.
In a night that featured a promising, come-from-behind performance, the Hofstra men’s basketball team fell just short at the hands of Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), 69-67 in overtime on Saturday, Nov. 24, in Richmond, Virginia.
It may have only been the second game of the season for both teams, but the Hofstra men’s basketball team and Marshall University played a tight, intense game befitting of late March.
In four years at Hofstra, Rokas Gustys – or as he’s better known on campus – “Rok,” has made quite the impact on Hofstra basketball.
The Hofstra men’s basketball team’s season came to an end by virtue of a 93-88 loss to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in the quarterfinals of the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Tournament on Sunday night in Charleston.
The Hofstra Pride men’s basketball team has a tough road ahead as it prepares for the Colonial Athletic Association tournament with hopes of claiming the title and advancing to the NCAA tournament.
The Hofstra men’s basketball team defeated the Tigers of Towson University 91-86 on Saturday at home. With Hofstra’s fourth straight win, the team improves to 12-6 in CAA play, while Towson falls to 8-10.
Rokas Gustys turned back the clock and delivered a 22-point, 21-rebound performance reminiscent of his stellar 2015 season and Justin Wright-Foreman drilled a game-sealing three-pointer with less than a minute to go in a 90-84 win over the College of William & Mary on Thursday night at the Mack Sports Complex.
Hofstra men’s basketball suffered its biggest loss in CAA play this season on Saturday night at Trask Coliseum, falling 90-70 against defending league champion UNC-Wilmington.
The Pride got back on track Thursday night when they beat Elon University 67-48 to secure their eighth win in Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) play.
The Hofstra men’s basketball team’s valiant effort on Saturday night in Hempstead fell short in a one-point loss to the College of Charleston, with a final score of 86-85.
The Hofstra Pride men’s basketball team is leagues ahead of where they were at this time last year.
In one of their most efficient games of the season, the Hofstra Pride men’s basketball team ran through the UNC-Wilmington Seahawks, winning 96-76 on Rokas Gustys’ record-setting night.