“We know that it is still in our hands right now where if we go 3-2 in the conference then we are going to be in the conference tournament and we don’t have any room for any error,” said Hofstra men’s lacrosse head coach Seth Tierney in the post game press conference after his
Hofstra currently sits in last place in the six-
Hofstra’s stretch run to try and salvage its season will feature a change in net as sophomore goalie Andrew Gvozden was tapped to replace freshman Rob Bellairs for the Manhattan game and recorded 10 saves. Gvozden has experience under his belt having started Hofstra’s final 13 games as a freshman and leading the Pride to the NCAAs with several close victories.
“It’s his net now,” said Tierney of Gvozden, who had an impressive 8.38 goals against average last season as a freshman. “I look forward to watching him play on Saturday.”
Hofstra will have the unique opportunity to open the brand new home of the