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On Friday, April 10, beginning at 6 p.m., four decades of New York Islanders alumni will gather with fans and sponsors at Chateau Briand in Carle Place to “Toast the Coliseum.” more
Malverne ran into a buzz saw in the Long Island Class B boys’ basketball championship game. The Mules, fresh off their first Nassau County title in four seasons, were within striking distance of Southampton midway through the third quarter before the relentless Mariners stepped on the gas and pulled away. more
Hofstra enjoyed a beautiful start to the 2015 baseball season. With its field blanketed in snow and ice, the Pride were busy opening the campaign in California and Hawaii where it played eight games over a 10-day stretch. more
Following the retirement of legendary Hofstra softball coach Bill Edwards, the Pride has ushered in a new era with a familiar face. Longtime assistant coach Larissa Anderson has taken over for Edwards, who won 928 games from 1990-2014. more
Hofstra men’s lacrosse team is playing with a heavy heart this season following the tragic death of a beloved teammate in early January. more
Malverne is back on top. The Mules, who won seven of eight Nassau County Class B boys’ basketball championships from 2004-11, regained the title after a three-season drought with a convincing 69-46 victory over Carle Place at LIU-Post on Feb. 19. more
After seeing its season-long, four-game winning streak come to an end, Malverne got back on track Feb. 3 with some offensive fireworks in an 86-76 victory at Carle Place in a Conference B boys’ basketball game. more
When the breakout New York Islanders have scored one of their many dramatic goals this season at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, it sounds like the roof could blow off the place. And inside the … more
Over the past quarter century, the Malverne and East Rockaway girls’ basketball programs have combined for 17 county championships, but, of late, both teams have had more downs than up and neither has been able to find consistency. more
Poor starts ultimately doomed both the West Hempstead and Malverne boys’ basketball teams in their games during the second day of the Hank Williams Memorial Tournament. more
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