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After losing game one of the doubleheader against Charleston on Saturday, March 30 7-4 in ten innings, the second game wasn’t even close as Hofstra had a 16-run loss and were held scoreless. With this loss, Hofstra’s record is now 3-18.
The Hofstra baseball team lost on the road to the College of Charleston Cougars 7-4 in 10 innings on Saturday, March 30. The Cougars were losing for most of the game, but Hofstra came back to tie it in the eighth before Logan McRae hit a three-run walk-off home run to end it in the 10th.
Hofstra baseball lost the first of a three-game away series at the College of Charleston, 9-0, to open up Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) play on Friday, March 29. Entering the conference schedule, the Pride looked to rebound from a four-game losing streak and their most recent 3-2 loss to Monmouth in extra innings.
The Hofstra Baseball team continued their struggles on Tuesday, March 25 as they dropped their fourth consecutive game – this one to Monmouth University by a score of 3-2. The game ended up going to extra innings knotted at two, where Clay Koniencki hit a walk off single in the bottom of the tenth inning to give the Hawks their eighth win of the season. With the loss, the Pride fell to 3-15 on the season.
Hofstra baseball lost both contests in a doubleheader matchup with St. John’s University on a Saturday that saw the Pride outscored 18-1 across both games, losing 9-1 and 9-0 respectively.
The Hofstra Pride baseball team surged late, but it wasn’t enough as they lost to the Army West Point Black Knights, 9-5. Mike Murray got the start on the mound for the Pride, taking the loss and allowing three earned runs.
After dropping the first two games of the series, the Hofstra Pride baseball team rallied back to defeat Liberty University 10-5 on Sunday, March 17. With the win, the Pride end a six-game losing streak and move to 3-11 for the season.
The Hofstra baseball team continued its series against Liberty University on Saturday, March 16, and dropped its sixth consecutive game, losing this one 1-0. The loss puts them at 2-11 on the season, while the Liberty Flames improved to 14-4. The game was a hard-fought pitching dual until Liberty tacked on the first and only run in the eighth inning.
The Hofstra Pride baseball team dropped to 2-7 on the season after losing to Iona College 4-2 on Friday, March 8. The Pride offense was shut down by the Gaels’ starting pitcher Chris Dodrill. He fired 4 2/3 innings, allowing only one earned run on three hits. Michael James was on the mound for Hofstra and surrendered four earned runs in six innings, while striking out eight.
The Hofstra baseball team continued their play in the RussMatt Central Florida Invitational on Saturday, March 2, and split their double-header, falling to Central Michigan University 24-7 in Game 1 and defeating Saint Peter’s University 14-9 in Game 2. They now sit at 2-5 on the season.
The Hofstra men’s baseball team fell to Butler University 10-5 on Sunday, March 3, to end the RussMatt Central Florida Invitational in Kissimmee, Florida. The Pride ended the invitational with a 1-3 record after defeating Saint Peter’s University on Saturday, March 2.
The Hofstra baseball team continued their opening series of 2019 by splitting their Saturday, Feb. 16, double header at the University of Incarnate Word (UIW). They moved to 1-2 in the weekend series at the end of the night after winning the first game of the day 3-2 and losing the nightcap 12-1 a day after suffering a season-opening loss.
The Hofstra baseball team kicked off their season on the wrong foot, taking a 9-1 loss to the University of Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas. Michael James got the start for the Pride, getting tagged with the loss after pitching four innings, allowing four runs (three earned) and striking out two batters.
James Madison University limited the Hofstra baseball team to six hits to defeat the Pride 9-3 in the Pride’s regular season finale on Saturday afternoon at University Field.
In the opening day of their final series of the regular season, the Hofstra Pride baseball team split a doubleheader at home against James Madison University, winning the first game 4-1 before being edged out in the second match 2-3 on Friday afternoon, May 11.
The Hofstra University baseball team lost 3-0 to the Northeastern University Huskies in the rubber match game of a Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) clash on Sunday afternoon at University Field.
Vito Friscia hit a base-clearing single in the bottom of the seventh inning that completed Hofstra baseball’s 6-4 comeback win over Northeastern University on Saturday afternoon at University Field.
A solid start for John Rooney was not enough, as the Hofstra baseball fell to Northeastern University 5-1 in game one of a three-game set Friday at University Field.
“I think [Northeastern] just outplayed us today,” said Hofstra head coach John Russo.
Rooney went seven innings, giving up two earned runs and two walks (two HBP), while striking out seven.
The Hofstra Pride baseball team climbed to 21-15 overall and 10-8 in Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) play with their 9-6 win at the College of William and Mary on Sunday. W&M fell to 15-29 overall and 3-15 in CAA play.