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Hofstra’s baseball team is looking to reach new heights this spring with the return of veteran hitters. The Pride went 15-37 in 2016, but bring back position players who combined for 29 home runs and 136 RBIs. more
After a rare down season for Hofstra softball, the Pride is geared for a turnaround spring thanks to some talented additions. Despite posting its 27th straight winning season, Hofstra missed out on qualifying for the Colonial Athletic Association for the first time in program history with an 8-10 record. more
A new 90-second shot clock was introduced in college women’s lacrosse for the 2017 season providing further impetus for Hofstra to electrify its offense. On the heels of a disappointing three-win 2016 campaign, fifth-year head coach Shannon Smith looked to implement a more up-tempo style this spring. more
The Hofstra men’s lacrosse team entered the 2017 campaign fueled to capture a Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) title after falling in the conference semifinals to Fairfield last season. more
Battling a rare case of nerves didn’t stop Long Beach’s Jacori Teemer from making history last Saturday evening in Albany. Teemer, a junior, became Nassau County’s first four-time state wrestling champion when he edged Mike Venosa of Victor, 1-0, in the 132-pound title bout. more
When Long Beach High School won the Nassau County boys’ ice hockey title on Feb. 15 the celebration was extra special for Mary-Elizabeth McCourt. After clinching the championship with a 6-2 win … more
“It was very profound for me,” John H. Simpkins Jr. said as he recalled marching through the streets of Long Beach with the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1968, at the height of the civil … more
Though Long Beach settled for runner-up status to Garden City at the Nassau County boys’ swim championships, the Marines continued their dominance in the 200 freestyle relay with a title-winning performance. more
On a night where a bunch of results didn’t go Long Beach’s way, junior 195-pounder Elijah Rodriguez didn’t disappoint as the undefeated No. 1 seed in the Nassau Division I wrestling championships. more
Amy Mastrocinque was in Dunkin’ Donuts, waiting for her tea on her way to work, when she overheard two men talking. “So Trump banned Muslims. Good, maybe now we’ll feel safe,” they said. … more
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