The final few seconds of tonight’s Hofstra-Monmouth game were pretty damn fun, with Hofstra perfectly executing the ol’ make-and-intentional-miss with their last free throws to set up a game-winning three.
Get a load of Josh Byrne’s goal against Georgetown from this morning.
Hofstra teams are called "the Pride." Today, eh, not so much. Four members of the basketball team—Shaquille Stokes, Kentrell Washington, Jimmy Hall, and Dallas Anglin—have been charged with running an electronics theft ring on campus.
Last night against William & Mary, Hofstra's Charles Jenkins knocked down a three to send the game into overtime, and then launched a game-winning 35-footer at the buzzer for the win. And you thought you'd never see a bona fide highlight from ye olde Colonial Athletic Association.
1. What's in A Name? The team nickname was The Flying Dutchmen forever, and then it was changed to Pride in 2001. There was actually a bit of an uproar over this change, with many "well-educated" Hofstra alumni worried that the athletic teams would now be "gay" ... because, you know, Flying Dutchmen is WAY more…