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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.
The Hofstra women’s basketball program began a new chapter on Monday, April 15, as the school introduced the team’s new head coach, Danielle Santos Atkinson.
The Hofstra women’s basketball team’s season is over following a 69-48 loss to the Towson University Tigers in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Championship semifinals on Friday, March 15. The Pride was unable to overcome a second quarter surge by the Tigers.
No. 9 seeded Hofstra women’s basketball defeated top-seeded James Madison University in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) quarterfinals on Thursday, March 14, at the Bob Carpenter Center in Newark, Delaware. The 57-50 win for the Pride marks the first time in the CAA’s 36-year history a No. 1 seed has been eliminated in the quarterfinals.
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.
Hofstra women’s basketball suffered its second consecutive defeat on Thursday, March 7, to Elon University, 55-52. Hofstra now falls to 9-20 on the season and 3-14 in Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) play.
A huge team effort from Hofstra women’s basketball on Friday night in which three players scored in double-digits propelled the Pride to a victory against the College of Charleston, 68-49. With the win, the Pride move to 9-18 overall and 3-12 in Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) play.
The Hofstra women’s basketball team fell to UNC-Wilmington (UNCW) by the score of 61-51 in their last regular-season contest at home in the David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex on Sunday, March 3.
The Hofstra Pride women’s basketball team snapped its six-game winless streak after defeating the Northeastern University Huskies in a thrilling 63-62 victory. It came down to the wire, but the Pride battled their way to a road victory.
The Hofstra women’s basketball team’s strong defense wasn’t enough as they fell on the road to the University of Delaware Blue Hens on Sunday, Feb. 17, by a final score of 57-47. The Pride are now 7-18 overall and 1-12 in Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) play.
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.
On Sunday, Jan. 14, the Hofstra women’s basketball team put up a losing effort on the road against the Tigers of Towson University, with a final score of 92-68.
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.
Hofstra women’s basketball fell short on Friday, Jan. 4, to the College of William & Mary 60-55 in their first Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) conference game after overcoming a 12-point deficit in the second half.
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.
After a season-ending injury put Sica Cuzic’s Hofstra women’s basketball career on hold after just seven games in the 2017-18 season, Cuzic was unsure if she was going to be able to play the sport she’s loved since she began playing at the age of 13 in Galati, Romania.
The Hofstra women’s basketball team dropped a heartbreaking, 70-64 loss to the Sacred Heart Pioneers on Thursday night at the David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex. Hofstra has now lost three of their last four games.