Transfers: Mitch Bartolo Taking Talents to Rutgers, Hofstra and Jacksonville Add Grad Transfers

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Former Penn midfielder Mitch Bartolo will be using his fifth and final year of eligibility at Rutgers, Inside Lacrosse’s Ty Xanders reported on Thursday afternoon.

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Towson Upsets Hofstra in Tuesday Maintee

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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.

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Friday Recap: Hofstra Tops UMass in Second Meeting of The Season

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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.

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UMass Tops Hofstra in CAA Maintee

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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.

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Hofstra Has a Window of Opportunity

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The Hofstra Pride haven’t churned out a full winning season since 2017, and it’s been almost a decade since they made their last NCAA Tournament appearance. Since that 2017 season, where they lost to UMass in the CAA semifinals, they have gone 6-8, 5-9, and held a 4-3 record at the time the 2020 season was cancelled.

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