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By Marc Bouchard and Marc Bouchard,Contributing Writer | April 7, 1993
When Loyola added a road game against Hofstra to its schedule before the season, Greyhounds coach Dave Cottle thought it would be a nice break for his team after consecutive games against North Carolina, Syracuse, Brown and Towson State.Instead, Cottle sees Hofstra (4-1) as a tough opponent that could wind up in the NCAA tournament.Hofstra, whose only loss this year is to Notre Dame in overtime of the season opener, soundly beat Massachusetts and Harvard last weekend."We've got our hands full," said Cottle.
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From Sun staff reports | March 11, 2012
Sean Rogers completed his hat trick with the game-winner in overtime as the No.7 Notre Dame men's lacrosse team beat host Hofstra, 6-5, on Saturday at James M. Shuart Stadium. Notre Dame (3-1) trailed 4-3 late in regulation when Jim Marlatt evened the score with 1:02 left. Marlatt had two goals and two assists on the day. Rogers gave the Irish a 5-4 lead with just 12 seconds left in the fourth quarter. His three goals matched a career-high. Rogers also had an assist. Hofstra (2-3)
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | March 2, 2013
For more than a decade, Towson's last regular-season home game has been a sleepy, sad event. It usually signaled the end of another long, losing season and the end of mostly disappointing college basketball careers for seniors playing their last game. For this year's Tigers, there is no postseason after former players couldn't adhere to the rules governing the NCAA's Academic Progress Rate. But there is plenty of hope for an increasingly bright future. In closing their first winning season in 17 years with a sloppy, but satisfying 67-64 victory over Hofstra on Saturday at Towson Center, the Tigers made history by completing the biggest single-season turnaround in NCAA history.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 11, 1998
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- Senior attackman Jarred Testa scored his third goal of the game with six seconds remaining to give eighth-ranked Hofstra a 9-8 victory last night over No. 15 Navy before 6,392 at Hofstra Stadium.The win was Hofstra's fourth straight while the Midshipman (5-5) have lost three consecutive games. All of Navy's losses have come to ranked teams and by two goals or less.Navy rallied from a 6-3 deficit to tie the game at 6 on a goal Scott Meushaw with four minutes left in the third period.
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By Robert Cassidy and Robert Cassidy,Contributing Writer | October 31, 1993
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- The first quarter of a Towson State football game is usually a good indication of what the next three quarters will entail. Last night was no different.But instead of Towson, which had outscored opponents 77-7 in the first quarter, jumping to a quick lead, it was Hofstra that struck first. The Flying Dutchmen (4-3-1) scored twice in the first quarter and went on to a 40-12 victory over the Tigers (5-2) before an announced crowd of 897.A steady downpour kept a lot of people out of Hofstra Stadium, but it didn't keep the Flying Dutchmen out of the end zone.
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By Bobby Cassidy and Bobby Cassidy,Contributing Writer | April 29, 1993
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- Johns Hopkins came to Long Island last night anticipating a tough lacrosse game. It got one. For about 20 minutes.The fourth-ranked Blue Jays put on a surge midway through the second quarter and turned a one-goal game into a rout as they beat sixth-ranked Hofstra, 11-5, before 7,238 at Hofstra Stadium."
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By From Staff Reports | April 8, 1995
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- Freshman attackman Chris Georgalas scored a career-high five goals as No. 6 Loyola toppled No. 13 Hofstra, 15-7, last night before 2,276 at Hofstra Stadium. Junior midfielder Brian Duffy also contributed a career-high four goals with one assist.The Flying Dutchmen closed within 9-6 on an extra-man goal by Paul Judge with 12:21 remaining in the third quarter. Georgalas then scored two goals in a 6-0 fourth-quarter run as the Greyhounds took a 15-6 lead with 12:51 left in the game.
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By John W. Stewart | March 5, 1991
The University of Delaware (18-11) saw a 13-point lead cut to four in the final two minutes, but the Blue Hens held on for a 60-52 victory over Hofstra (4-26) and their record-setting third consecutive East Coast Conference championship.No other East Coast Conference basketball team, men's or women's, had won three straight titles, and Delaware has won 10 consecutive games at the Towson Center (six in ECC tournaments and four regular-season games against Towson State).Delaware appeared to be on its way to an easy win when it turned a 10-point halftime lead into a 41-25 margin in less than four minutes.
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By J. P. Pelzman and J. P. Pelzman,Special to The Sun | October 29, 1994
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- When Hofstra beat Towson State, 40-12, last year, Towson coach Gordy Combs pointed to it as the loss that eventually cost the Tigers a I-AA playoff bid.So for Towson, its 24-21 victory over the Flying Dutchmen at Hofstra Stadium last night was not merely payback, but poetic justice. Because the victory almost surely ended Hofstra's run at the I-AA playoffs.Hofstra (7-1) didn't go down without a fight, however. The Flying Dutchmen scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns in a span of 2:31 to pull within 24-21.
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