“Hofstra lacrosse lives to see another day with the destiny in their own hands,” said a relieved Hofstra men’s lacrosse head coach Seth Tierney after his
The win over Delaware moves Hofstra (7-3, 1-2 in CAA) into fourth place in the conference standings with key contests at Penn State next week and home versus Towson on May 1 in the rear view mirror. The top four in the six-
Hofstra got a boost in this crucial CAA game when red-shirt sophomore attackman Kevin Ford was able to return to the lineup from a foot injury suffered in practice two weeks ago. The Floral Park High School product along with junior attackman Jay Card both led the Pride with three goals each.
The Hofstra-Delaware game kicked off a tripleheader in the Konica Minolta Big City Classic attended by 25, 710 fans, the largest ever crowd for a regular season lacrosse-only event. Hofstra also played Delaware in the inaugural Big City Classic at
“They put on one heck of an event,” said Tierney of the Big City Classic, which was organized by Inside Lacrosse Magazine. “I would love to tell you that I found something that they could do better but I can’t. They did a great job and I would have said that win or lose.”