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The Hofstra women’s basketball team snapped a six-game losing streak and picked up its first Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) win behind Boogie Brozoski’s 34 points in a 78-61 victory over Northeastern University on Sunday, Jan. 27, at the David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex.
The Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) play struggles continued for the Hofstra Pride women’s basketball team as they fell at home to the Drexel University Dragons 61-49 on Sunday, Jan. 20.
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.
Despite multiple attempts at a comeback, turnovers and early foul trouble doomed Hofstra women’s basketball in a 77-64 loss against Elon University. Boogie Brozoski led the Pride with 15 points.
The Hofstra Pride women’s basketball team erased a seven-point fourth-quarter deficit and held off a last-second rally to snap a two-game losing skid and knock off the University of Maryland Baltimore County Retrievers, 45-42 at the UMBC Event Center in Baltimore Sunday afternoon.
The Hofstra women’s basketball team’s comeback hopes were squashed as the College of the Holy Cross defeated the Pride 72-66 in an overtime thriller on Wednesday, Dec. 5, in Worcester, Massachusetts.
In the final game of the Challenge in Music City, Hofstra women’s basketball faced off against Stetson University in Nashville, Tennessee and won a 53-50 nail biter.
While the Pride women's basketball team was able to hold Marist College close in the early going, the Red Foxes eventually caught fire, handing Hofstra a 71-57 loss in the second game of the Music City Challenge on Saturday, Nov. 24 in Nashville, Tennessee. Hofstra was led by Ana Hernandez Gil, who had 16 points on the day, while the Red Foxes had the game’s highest scorer in Rebekah Hand who had 20.
Wright State University’s offensive prowess carried the team to a resounding 93-64 victory over Hofstra University on Friday, Nov. 23, as part of the opening day of the Challenge in Music City. The game is the first of three for both teams in the neutral-site tournament held in Nashville, Tennessee.
Stony Brook University won their home-opener 77-49 over Hofstra women’s basketball on Tuesday night, Nov. 13. The Seawolves’ first win of the year comes off their loss to Rutgers University in their season-opener, giving the team a 1-1 record. Hofstra drops to 1-2 and have now lost two-straight.
The Hofstra women’s basketball team kicked off their 2018-2019 season by blowing out Iona College 74-49 Tuesday evening, Nov. 6, at the David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex.
Ranked No. 9 in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) preseason poll, the Hofstra women’s basketball team knows it has something to prove. Coming off an 11-19 season in which the Pride qualified for the CAA Tournament and fell in the opening round against No. 10 College of Charleston, they now look to a healthy lineup to open up 2018-19 with a fresh start.
Everybody loves an underdog.In sports, and in March especially, people always seem to gravitate towards those scrappy longshot teams who defy impossible odds and pull off remarkable feats.
In Hofstra’s last game before the CAA tournament, the Pride women’s basketball team fell to the Northeastern Huskies 58-54 Saturday in Boston.
After falling by five points against Northeastern University on Friday, the Hofstra women’s basketball team got handed its second consecutive loss by the Elon University Phoenix on Sunday afternoon.
The seven-game losing streak comes to an end as the Hofstra women’s basketball defends its home court in strong fashion, beating Towson 83-72 on Sunday afternoon.
Despite a spirited surge in the final quarter to turn a 21-point deficit into just a two-possession game, the Hofstra women’s basketball team couldn’t complete what would have been a monumental comeback, falling to Elon University 72-65 at the Mack Sports Complex on Friday night.
The Hofstra women’s basketball team dropped its sixth consecutive game on Sunday afternoon in a 61-41 loss against the University of Delaware Blue Hens at the Bob Carpenter Center. The Pride drop to 10-14 and 4-9 in CAA play on the season.
Lauren ‘Boogie’ Brozoski dropped a career-high 29 points, but it wasn’t enough as the Hofstra women’s basketball team fell to the Towson Tigers 73-72 Friday night in Maryland.