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After West Hempstead pulled out a 52-50 home win over Island Trees last Saturday afternoon, it stands at 3-2 in Nassau Conference A-IV boys’ basketball. John Granholm knocked down a pair of free throws with six seconds to play to provide the margin of victory. more
Third-year Hofstra wrestling head coach Dennis Papadatos has worked hard to resurrect a winning culture into the program and is starting to see dividends. more
The Molloy College women’s basketball program seems to be on an upswing, after posting a winning conference record and earning a berth in the East Coast Conference playoffs last winter. more
There were many question marks surrounding the Molloy College men’s basketball team entering this season. Head coach Charles Marquardt sought to get a better idea of what he had in his roster, which features nine underclassmen and several new faces, so he made sure not to shy away from scheduling some difficult early tests for his ballclub. more
Hofstra had one of its most successful seasons in women’s basketball program history in 2015-16, finishing with an overall record of 25-9 (13-5 in Colonial Athletic Conference) and advancing to the quarterfinal round of the WNIT where it lost to tournament runner-up Florida Gulf Coast. more
Hofstra men’s basketball was picked to finish first in the Colonial Athletic Association last season and met the high expectation before falling one win shy of its ultimate goal. more
There’s a new game in town, basketball fans. The Long Island Nets, the latest addition to the NBA Development League (D League) are set to begin their inaugural season. more
The New York Cosmos won their second consecutive North American Soccer League (NASL) Championship and eighth overall on Sunday night, defeating Indy Eleven 4-2 on penalties after a scoreless 120 minutes. more
For a second straight year, West Hempstead played up to the level of its competition only to fall a little short in a Nassau Class A girls’ soccer first-round playoff game. more
When the West Hempstead boys’ volleyball season came to an end with a semifinal loss to eventual county champion Bellmore JFK, last fall, long-time head coach Andrew Wilson immediately looked ahead to the 2016 season with optimism. more
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