Joe Mihalich’s Hofstra squad has certainly proven its offensive prowess this season. The Pride, picked as favorites in the CAA, have scored 96 points in each of their two contests this year and took down Division II Molloy 96-64 Monday night.
Hofstra, powered by Brian Bernardi’s career-night, pushed past an 18 point deficit and pulled out a 96-85 win over Canisius on Friday night. We broke it down on both ends as to what it means for Hofstra and Canisius, and here are some photos from the season debut in Hempstead.
Hofstra trailed by as many as 18 in their season opener against Canisius, yet the claw away the winner from night one of the college basketball season.
When Joe Mihalich made the move downstate to take over the reins at Hofstra in 2013 after 15 years at Niagara, he brought two of his star players along with him. Over the past two years they have helped him transform the image of Hofstra basketball.
It’s hard to come up with a student-athlete with a more tumultuous career than recent Hofstra graduate Moussa Kone. The 6’8” forward from the Bronx represented the Pride’s senior-most member during the 2014-15 season and was the only member of the team to don the Hofstra uniform over the last four years.
The All-Metropolitan Men’s Basketball ballots were due yesterday. I’m a big fan of transparency, so for that reason I’m posting my full ballot here.
Vermont remained perfect on Long Island with an 85-81 victory at Hofstra Wednesday evening in the opening round of the College Basketball Invitational tournament. The Catamounts placed five players in double figures in the balanced attack.
Rob Senderoff was busting Kimani Young’s balls.
As John showed yesterday, the CAA Tournament is up for grabs. Thanks to a balanced league with four co-champions, as well as the CAA’s neutral-site format, nobody won more than 26% of the 10,000 simulations, and six teams had at least a 10% chance of making the finals. Here’s the case for each of the […]
Will William & Mary make its first ever NCAA tournament? It’s a fair question to ask in the wide open CAA tournament in Baltimore.
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