Hofstra Pride

Schwartz: Hofstra Basketball Again Feels The Pride, Has High Hopes In 2015-16Hofstra finished with 20 wins last season but ended one game shy of the conference championship. Expectations have increased dramatically since.
Schwartz: Restoring Basketball Pride On Long Island When Joe Mihalich took over as the men’s basketball coach at Hofstra last year, he took over a program in need of a fresh start.
Mo Cassara Fired As Hofstra's Basketball Coach After 3 SeasonsMo Cassara has been fired as Hofstra's basketball coach after three seasons and Patrick Sellers has been appointed interim coach.
Rothstein Files: Five Quick Hits On College BasketballRutgers hasn't been to the NCAA Tournament since 1991, but the Scarlet Knights' decision to join the Big Ten on Tuesday should greatly enhance their chances of returning to the bracket.
Rothstein Files: What To Watch This Weekend In College BasketballThe first game of a pivotal season in Bloomington might be against the best mid-major program in America that no one is talking about. Stony Brook might not be getting recognition but they're good enough to compete with Indiana on the road.
The Rothstein Files: 10 Reasons To Be Excited About The Atlantic 10Naismith Award candidate Tu Holloway returns to Xavier and nine other reasons the Atlantic 10 will be fun to watch this year.
Hofstra Moves Into First With Win Over George MasonCharles Jenkins scored 32 points and had eight assists as Hofstra defeated George Mason 87-74 on Wednesday night to move into first place in the Colonial Athletic Association.
Players Move On After Hofstra Dumps FootballFormer Hofstra co-captain Luke Bonus lives in a house just a short walk from the stadium where he played college football. It's bittersweet, or sometimes, just plain bitter.
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