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Thursday, September 3, 2015
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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
Nominate a student-athlete to be highlighted on the Herald sports page. more
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
Merokean Dylan O’Shaughnessy was out east in Smithtown, helping his mom, Liz, a landscape designer, with a client’s garden in late June, when he got the call: He had been drafted by the New York Lizards, which this year was the best team in Major League Lacrosse. more
It was not your ordinary day at Seamans’s Neck Park in Seaford. Instead of tennis balls flying through the air on the courts, there were hockey balls gliding across the ground. Instead of tennis racquets, there were hockey sticks. more
The never-say-die New York Lizards captured their first Major Lacrosse League championship since 2003 with a come-from-behind 15-12 victory over the Rochester Rattlers last Saturday night at Fifth Third Bank Stadium just outside of Atlanta. more
Long Island soccer fans rejoiced as World Cup champion and all-time leading goal scorer for the United States Women’s National Team Abby Wambach arrived in Garden City for a meet and greet with fans at Roosevelt Field Mall last week. more
The Nassau County High School Athletics Hall of Fame (HOF) has been created to recognize, preserve and promote the heritage of interscholastic sports in Nassau County. The HOF will be temporarily located in the rotunda of the Theodore Roosevelt Executive and Legislative Building in Mineola until plans for its permanent home are finalized. more
Rolling Thunder, a track program for special-needs children begun by recent Kennedy High School graduate Jamie Kanner, of Bellmore, is continuing throughout the summer and is seeking high school volunteers to help out. more
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