Hofstra Adjusting While Maintaining Lead In CAA

Hofstra was picked as the favorite in the hotly contested Colonial Athletic Association, and while they sit tied for first at 8-2, this is hardly how the plan was imagined back in the summer. Continue reading “Hofstra Adjusting While Maintaining Lead In CAA”

Hofstra Wins Triple-Overtime Thriller At Northeastern

Three times at Matthews Arena on Thursday night, Hofstra had the ball with a chance to win as the clock expired. Three times, the Pride’s shots didn’t fall. But when the visitors got an opportunity to win by playing defense, they came through, stopping Northeastern on a key possession to earn a thrilling 96-92, triple-overtime victory. Continue reading “Hofstra Wins Triple-Overtime Thriller At Northeastern”

JMU 86, Hofstra 82: Three Thoughts On Gustys’ Historic Game

Hofstra fans witnessed one of the great games in the history of Hofstra basketball Saturday afternoon. Sophomore forward Rokas Gustys dominated with 25 points and 20 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough to earn the Pride the victory as Hofstra fell to James Madison University 86-82 in overtime. Continue reading “JMU 86, Hofstra 82: Three Thoughts On Gustys’ Historic Game”

Northeastern 86, Elon 79: Senior Leadership Paces Huskies

ELON, N.C. – In the age of data and analytics, the precise benefits of senior leadership and home-court advantage remain somewhat elusive. Although I’m sure there are skeptics out there, most people are pretty sure they exist, it’s just a matter to what degree.

Northeastern stands to be a pretty good test case for the senior data this season. The Huskies graduated star Scott Eatherton from last year’s squad that won the CAA and nearly knocked off Notre Dame in the NCAA Tournament, but return almost everyone else of consequence, including seniors David Walker, Quincy Ford, and Zach Stahl.

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