Sixteen ranked Hofstra (11-5, 5-2 in CAA) will be the three seed and be matched up against eighth ranked Towson on Thursday May 6 at 7:30 p.m. on the campus of
After Hofstra ended its non-conference slate with a 14-13 overtime loss at 11th ranked Stanford, its third one goal defeat to a highly ranked
“You can’t look forward because you never know what is going to happen,” said Morgan of her
The Hofstra-Towson CAA semifinal game will be a rematch of a hard fought 9-7 Tigers win over the Pride on April 25. Towson’s leading scorer Hillary Fratzke tallied three goals to rally the Tigers from a 6-4 second half deficit. Morgan said a key reason why Hofstra lost that game was an inability to finish some close scoring chances. Towson was also effective in slowing down the tempo so Morgan has been working in practices on a transition game that can attack Towson's stingy defense.
“It is still fresh in their minds,” said Morgan of the Towson loss. “We want to make sure a