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  1. The Pride kickoff NCAA Championship play against the Eagles

    Nov 6, 2012, 9:16 AM EDT

    Election Day eve also marked another selection type of day in NCAA Women’s Soccer. The field of 64 was set for postseason championship play, and after collecting the CAA Championship Sunday in Williamsburg, Hofstra was ready to learn its next opponent. The Pride, making its fourth-ever NCAA appearance and first since 2010, will face Boston…

  2. Highlights Before the MSoc #CAAChamp Begins

    Nov 5, 2012, 4:45 PM EDT

    This is the place to brush up on the top notes that you will want to know going into this week’s championship competition. First we want to congratulate Drexel’s Tal Bublil and Georgia State’s Alex Vivanco for earning CAA Player of the Week honors, while Delaware’s Joe Dipre picked up the final Rookie of the…

  3. Dragons and Pride walk away with the hardware

    Nov 4, 2012, 7:17 PM EDT

    Congrats to the Hofstra Pride women’s soccer squad and the Drexel Dragons field hockey team. Both were victorious today in their respective championships. The Pride upended UNCW, 2-1, in the match’s second overtime period. Emily Morphitis, Hofstra’s keeper and hero from Friday’s semifinal, picked up Most Outstanding Player honors. The Dragons held serve at home…

  4. #CAAFB Week 10 Rundown

    Nov 4, 2012, 4:11 PM EDT

    Miss any of Saturday’s CAA Football Week 10 action? Never fear, we’ve got you covered with our weekly highlight video and much more.

  5. Are you ready for #CAAChamps Sunday?

    Nov 4, 2012, 11:27 AM EDT

    Both Women’s Soccer and Field Hockey CAA Championships come down to today…It’s CHAMPIONSHIP SUNDAY! In Philadelphia, the tournament bracket has ended in chalk as Drexel, the regular season champ, will host second-seeded Northeastern for the right to represent the CAA in the NCAA Championship bracket. In Williamsburg, the championship battle has been far from chalk as third-seeded UNCW will take on fifth-seeded Hofstra for the right to move on to the NCAA postseason and represent the CAA. Both come into Sunday’s 1pm Championship game after penalty-kick victories in the semifinals.

  6. CAA Mourns The Loss Of VCU Baseball Coach Paul Keyes

    Nov 3, 2012, 8:49 PM EDT

    The CAA was saddened today by the death of VCU head baseball coach Paul Keyes, who lost a courageous battle with cancer at the age of 50. The Rams’ all-time winningest coach with 603 career victories, Keyes spent 18 seasons at the helm of VCU’s baseball program. During his tenure as head coach, he led the…

  7. Overtimes, PK’s, Upsets and Seedings…All part of the Fall #CAAChamps

    Nov 3, 2012, 8:50 AM EDT

    In case you missed any of Friday’s action from the Fall #CAAChamps we’ve got you covered. It all got started early in Philadelphia as Delaware topped William and Mary, 3-2, using a six-save effort from goalie Sara Scherin in quarterfinal field hockey #CAAChamps action . James Madison came from behind to beat Hofstra in the…

  8. CAA First Look — William and Mary’s Mallory Schaffer

    Nov 3, 2012, 8:27 AM EDT

    Despite the Tribe missing out on repeating as CAA Women’s Soccer Champion this season, they can know they had a special student-athlete suit up for them in the midfield each of the last four seasons. Senior Mallory Schaffer, now a two-time CAA Women’s Soccer Player of the Year, talked to following the women’s soccer…

  9. Fall #CAAChamps are underway!

    Nov 2, 2012, 10:13 AM EDT

    We are just about a half hour from the first quarterfinal game in the 2012 CAA Field Hockey Championship…BREAKING: The start of the first field hockey quarterfinal is delayed until approximately 10:40 a.m. Tonight at 5pm the women’s soccer semifinals get underway. Fans can catch all of the action FREE online by logging on to…

  10. Trio of #CAAHoops Players Named Candidates for Senior CLASS Award

    Nov 1, 2012, 6:44 PM EDT

    Delaware’s Elena Delle Donne, Hofstra’s Shante Evans and Northeastern’s Jonathan Lee were named candidates for the 2012-13 Senior CLASS Award in collegiate basketball. To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete must be classified as an NCAA Division I senior and have notable achievements in four areas of excellence – community, classroom, character and competition.…