Delaware goalie Matt Kilkeay and attackman Mark Bieda will be returning for a fifth season with the Blue Hens, the program announced via social media on Tuesday night.Continue reading “Matt Kilkeary, Mark Bieda Returning to Delaware for Fifth Season”
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The Monmouth Hawks are heading back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since their first-ever trip in 2017 after taking down top-seeded Manhattan 14-9 in the MAAC Title game on Saturday afternoon.Continue reading “Monmouth, Bryant, Drexel Secure Conference Titles and Lock Up NCAA AQs”
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After falling to the Blue Hens 14-13 in overtime during the regular season the Hofstra Pride got ’em when it counted most, taking down top-seeded Delaware 10-9 to advance to their first CAA title game appearance since 2014.Continue reading “Hofstra Pulls Off The Upset Over Delaware, Massive Run Pushes Drexel Past UMass”
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The MAAC Semifinals, which will be played on Wednesday, May 5th, have been set after a typical chaos-filled quarterfinal round on Friday.
In the first quarterfinal contest of the day, the No. 6 seed St. Bonaventure Bonnies continued to make history in their third season as a program, as they upset No. 3 seed Detroit Mercy 11-8 to win their first-ever postseason game in program history.Continue reading “Friday Recap: MAAC Semifinals Set”
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Just three days after earning their first CAA win of the season over Fairfield, the Towson Tigers welcomed the Hofstra Pride, who they had fallen to, 8-7, nearly two weeks prior and was coming off a huge win over UMass, to Johnny Unitas Stadium for a Tuesday afternoon conference clash. The contest kicked off a four-game season-ending stretch for Towson against the top four teams in the CAA.Continue reading “Towson Upsets Hofstra in Tuesday Maintee”
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Do we have a new NO. 1? Most likely.
A week after taking down Syracuse in the Dome, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish welcomed the top-ranked Duke Blue Devils into South Bend and handed the visitors from Durham their first loss of the season, 13-8.Continue reading “Saturday Recap: Notre Dame Downs Duke, Virginia Tops North Carolina”
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In a chaotic game with a chaotic ending, the Hofstra Pride walked away with a huge 12-10 road win over CAA rival UMass. The win comes just 10 days after the Minutemen bested the Pride in Hempstead in a midweek contest.Continue reading “Friday Recap: Hofstra Tops UMass in Second Meeting of The Season”
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Just a week after falling to Virginia by a lone goal in their ACC opener, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish shipped up to Syracuse and stunned the Orange in an 18-11 victory.Continue reading “Saturday Recap: Notre Dame Stuns Syracuse”
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The UMass Minutemen started strong and finished strong, as they took down Hofstra 16-10 on the road on Tuesday afternoon in one of the most high-profile CAA games of the season. The win for UMass comes just one week after suffering their first loss of the season at the hands of non-conference rival UAlbany.Continue reading “UMass Tops Hofstra in CAA Maintee”
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Notre Dame welcomed the Virginia Cavaliers to South Bend on Saturday afternoon to open their ACC slate, and the Cavaliers earned a hard-fought 12-11 victory in a contest that certainly lived up to the hype.
For the second week in a row, Cavaliers’ fifth-year midfielder Dox Aitken put on a show and looked like his old self after not being as productive early in the season as he had been in years past. The midfielder ended the contest with four points (2G/2A), which included the first and last goal of the contest. Additionally, Payton Cormier put up five goals.Continue reading “Saturday Recap: Virginia Tops Notre Dame in ACC Thriller, Towson Upsets Loyola”