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Last year in Conference CD, the Glen Cove Big Red boys’ lacrosse team finished with a 6-9 final record headed by longtime coach Steve Tripp. This year, Tripp returns 8 starters in a now ability-based Conference B ranked currently as the #4 team in the league. The focus for the Big Red however, remains on the fundamentals. more
Glen Cove’s girls’ lacrosse team return from a 4-7 (3-5 Conference V) record with a brand-new look, as the majority of the 2017 roster has graduated and moved on from head coach Nicole Sileo’s group as she looks to some of her younger talent to give this team a fresh identity. more
Molloy is finding its way after graduating four four-year starters that led the team to the NCAA Division II Softball College World Series a season ago. more
With all but one starter back on the Bill Edwards Stadium diamond, fourth-year Hofstra softball head coach Larissa Anderson has high hopes for the program’s first NCAA Tournament berth since 2015. more
Hofstra baseball is making waves well beyond Long Island early in 2018. The Pride entered the second week of March leading the nation in earned run average at 1.69 following eight straight wins that included three shutouts. more
The Long Island Nets are looking to their fans to create the team’s first-ever mascot. Fans are invited to design and submit mascot concepts that represent what it means to be a Long Islander and that reflect the team’s family values of loyalty, aspiration and legacy. more
Fresh off a rebound 2017 campaign, Hofstra women’s lacrosse is fueled to take its shot at postseason play. more
Hofstra University will host the 2018 Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association (EIWA) Championships this Saturday and Sunday, March 3-4 at the David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex. more
A year after Hofstra men’s lacrosse won 10 straight to mark the best start in program history, the Pride is focused on setting history later this spring. more
The Glen Cove Lady Big Red was bounced out of the Nassau Class A girls’ basketball playoffs on Feb. 14 by Division Avenue Dragons in a 75-47 home win for the Levittown natives. more
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