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Kennedy has picked up right where it left off on the volleyball court following an appearance in the Nassau County Class A Final Four last fall. The Lady Cougars won six of their first eight matches... more
Calhoun’s had some hard luck on the soccer field through the first month of the 2015 season, as injuries piled up early and the team suffered through three one-goal losses as part of a seven-game winless streak. more
In his first year as Kennedy’s boys’ varsity soccer coach, Ari Bisk leads a team with a veteran defense and a diverse offense looking to build off last season’s playoff run. The Cougars (2-3 overall, 1-2 in Conference A-I) have already proven they work well as a unit, both on the field and in the box scores. more
If Calhoun’s start to the 2015 boys’ soccer season is any indication, the Colts (0-1-1) are going to find themselves right in the thick of the Nassau County playoff hunt. more
The Hofstra men’s soccer team kicked off its 2015 season with a bang. The Pride opened the new campaign with a 2-1 upset win against 15th-ranked Syracuse on Aug. 28, followed by a 4-0 triumph over Vermont two days later. more
Playing catcher, Josh Levine, of Merrick, crouched low on the first-base side of home plate, ball in hand, preparing to tag out a runner trying to score from third base. Suddenly he realized that the runner was charging at him at full speed, lowering his shoulders as if he were readying to tackle him. Levine’s heart was racing. more
Hofstra women’s soccer graduated its all-time leading scorer last year, but in 2015 returns another offensive weapon poised to take over the scoring crown. more
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Molloy College men’s soccer coach Danny Longo has high expectations for an offense that struggled to find the net last season with only 14 goals in 18 games. more
As always, expectations are sky high for Nassau Community College’s football program. The Lions, coming off a perfect 10-0 campaign in former player Joe Osovet’s debut season as head coach, are ranked No. 5 by the NJCAA. more
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