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Allie Hanlon

Chris Davis


Amy Hoffmann Harry Poster

Morgan Heyrman

Andrew Roberts


Quick Facts/Table of Contents Location: Hempstead, New York 11549 Founded: 1935 Enrollment: 12,400 Nickname: Pride Colors: Gold, White and Blue Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Home Course: Garden City Country Club President: Stuart Rabinowitz Faculty Athletics Representative: Dr. Michael Barnes Director of Athletics: Jack Hayes Executive Associate Director of Athletics: Danny McCabe Senior Associate Director of Athletics: Cindy Lewis Associate Director of Athletics for External Relations: Tim McMahon Associate Director of Athletics for Facilities: Jay Artinian Associate Director of Athletics for Communications: Stephen Gorchov Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance: Lauren Ashman Assistant Director of Athletics for Development: Daniel Solow Assistant Director of Athletics for Corporate Relations: Ellen Johnson Assistant Director of Athletics for Ticket Operations: Maria Corvino Director of Marketing: Rocky Silvestri Director of Student-Athlete Services: Annie Fiorvanti Assistant Director of Athletic Administration: Meaghan Almon Athletic Department Phone: (516) 463-6750

Senior Assistant Director of Athletic Communications: Jeremy Kniffin Office Phone: (516) 463-6759 Graduate Assistant: Brian Bohl Office Phone: (516) 463-2907 Equipment Managers: Kathy Theiling and Dave Walsh Head Athletic Trainer: Evan Malings Photographers: Len Skoros, Brian Bohl, Brian Ballweg

GOLF INFORMATION Women’s Head Coach: Maren Crowley (Hofstra, 2008) Years at Hofstra: One Men’s Head Coach: Joe Elliott Years at Hofstra: One Golf Office Phone: (516) 463-7167 (Crowley)/ (516) 463-6821 (Elliott) Players Returning: 1 man, 5 women Newcomers: 4 men, 2 women Morgan Heyrman

Web Site: GoHofstra.com Director of Athletic Publications: Len Skoros (Golf Contact) Office Phone: (516) 463-4602 Fax: (516) 463-5033 E-mail: Leonard.M.Skoros@hofstra.edu Associate Director of Athletics for Communications: Stephen Gorchov Office Phone: (516) 463-4933 Senior Sports Information Director: Jim Sheehan Office Phone: (516) 463-6764

HOFSTRA GOLF ON THE WEB: GoHofstra.com

Ta b l e o f Co n t e n t s

Quick Facts

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This is Hofstra University

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Coaching Staff

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2009-10 Rosters

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Golfer Profiles

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Hofstra President

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University Senior Administration

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Director of Athletics

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Athletics Administrative Staff and Head Coaches

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Academic Support

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Hofstra Heritage

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Sports Medicine/ Athletic Training

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Long Island, New York

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Garden City Country Club

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The Colonial Athletic Association

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2008-09 Women’s Golf Statistics and Results

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2008-09 Men’s Golf Statistics and Results

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Campus Map/Getting to Hofstra University

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2009-10 Schedule

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This is Hofstra University offered, including Ph.D., Ed.D., Psy.D., Au.D., and J.D. degrees, advanced certificates and professional diplomas, in more than 160 programs of study. Hofstra joined with North Shore-LIJ Health System in announcing plans to establish a medical school on the University campus in October 2007. The new school, which is expected to enroll its first students in 2011, pending preliminary accreditation with the Liaison Committee on Medical Education and requisite New York State approval, will be the first allopathic (MD) medical school in Nassau County and the first in New York state since 1963.

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ofstra University provides a dynamic college experience tailored for engaged and ambitious individuals. Students find their edge at Hofstra, through small classes, a faculty whose primary concern is teaching, cutting edge technology, extensive library resources, internships, and special educational programs that appeal to their interests and abilities. The Hofstra community is driven, dynamic and energetic, helping students find and focus their strengths to prepare them for a successful future. In its relatively short history, Hofstra has established itself as a world-class institution of higher education and cultural enterprise. Each academic year, the Hofstra campus and the programs offered grow and change to meet the demands of our students and our community. Hofstra opened in 1935 as a commuter school with all classes and offices housed in one building. Since those early days, Hofstra has evolved into an international institution with a student body hailing from 51 states and territories, and 73 countries around the world. The beautiful campus is an accredited arboretum with 113 buildings on 240 acres. There are approximately 4,200 students living on campus, and Hofstra offers them and all students an extensive array of academic and social activities. Additionally, Hofstra’s close proximity to Manhattan means that students have easy access to the wondrous cultural, social and career offerings of the city.

In October 2008, the eyes of the world were on Hofstra at the University hosted the final presidential debate between Barack Obama and John McCain. The October 15 debate, moderated by Bob Schieffer, was a transformational moment for the University, highlighting the achievements of our students and faculty and their engagement in the political process. Leading up to the debate, students and the entire community were engaged by the year-long Educate ’08 program, almost 150 lectures, conferences, and events focused on the issues, history and politics of the presidency. Hofstra has followed the Educate ’08 program with Define ’09, a year-long series of programs designed to examine the new presidential administration, its policies and initiatives, the challenges we currently face and ways of addressing our country’s most pressing issues. 2008 also saw Hofstra award its first Guru Nanak Interfaith Prize to His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet. The new international award, which recognizes efforts at interfaith dialogue, received 75 nominations for individuals and organizations from around the world. Hofstra’s School of Communication is one of the largest, most advanced non-commercial television facilities in the East. Students take classes and work in Dempster Hall, a sophisticated television

What has remained consistent throughout the years, however, is the sense of community on campus, the eagerness of our students to learn and the commitment of the Hofstra faculty and administration to provide a challenging education that encourages the pursuit of lifelong learning. The Colleges and Schools of the University are: Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Frank G. Zarb School of Business, New College for Interdisciplinary Studies, School of Communication, School of Education, Health and Human Services, School of Law, School for University Studies, Honors College, Hofstra University Continuing Education and Hofstra University School of Medicine in partnership with the North Shore-LIJ Health System. Bachelor’s degrees are offered in 150 areas of study. Graduate degrees are

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the 13,000-seat James M. Shuart Stadium and the 5,046-seat David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex. Hofstra also has an indoor, Olympic-sized (eight lane, 50meter) swimming pool, one of the largest such facilities in the New York metropolitan area.

production/post-production facility with two broadcast-quality studios and control rooms; two advanced online video edit suites; two Avid non-linear digital editing systems and several cuts-only video work stations. Two satellite dishes are available with one dish providing special news feeds for the broadcast journalism room, which also has access to Associated Press, Lexis-Nexis and Dow Jones services. In addition, the facility is capable of broadcasting student-produced programming to the entire campus on our own cable channels. Also located here is the University’s radio station (WRHU/88.7-FM), which is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2009, audio production studios, a film/ video screening room, film editing rooms, a computer laboratory, a speech performance studio and a large dance studio.

The Hofstra athletic program competes on the NCAA Division I level and is a member of the Colonial Athletic Association. The University sponsors 17 intercollegiate programs – eight men’s sports and nine women’s sports. Hofstra has men’s teams in basketball, baseball, lacrosse, golf, tennis, wrestling, soccer and cross country. Women’s sports include basketball, volleyball, softball, tennis, soccer, field hockey, lacrosse, cross country and golf.

Hofstra’s C.V. Starr Hall offers academic facilities that are among the most technologically advanced in the nation. Every seat in every classroom allows students direct access to the Internet and Hofstra network, including the resources of Hofstra’s Axinn Library. Hofstra’s growing computer facilities offer extensive high-tech training opportunities. There are computer terminals throughout the campus for student and faculty use, with more than 750 PC, Macintosh and UNIX workstations available in labs and classrooms.

Hofstra’s academic programs are accredited by numerous national agencies and the University is one of only 276 schools, out of more than 3,600 colleges and universities nationwide, with a chapter of the national honor society Phi Beta Kappa. Of Hofstra’s 1,185 faculty members, 551 are full time and 90 percent hold the highest degree in their fields. The average undergraduate class size is 22 students, while student-faculty ratio is 14-to-1. Hofstra University is 100-percent program accessible to persons with disabilities, and has been cited as a national model for this achievement.

Hofstra hosts more than 500 cultural events annually, bringing thousands of scholars, dignitaries and other participants to campus. More than 200 musical and dramatic performances take place on campus each year. The Hofstra Museum, which houses one of the largest art collections in the metropolitan area, coordinates approximately eight exhibitions annually and offers exhibition areas and an extensive outdoor sculpture collection, with 75 pieces. The Hofstra Museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums – one of only 94 universities in the nation and one of six in New York to hold that distinction. Hofstra also has seven theaters, a student newspaper, a lively student center, a recreation center and numerous athletic facilities, including

Hofstra by the Numbers 17 19 21 22 30 37 100 170

Varsity sports Academic accreditations Eateries on campus Average undergraduate class size Local and national fraternities and sororities Residence halls Percent program accessibility to persons with disabilities Student clubs and organizations

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500 Cultural events per year 1,185 Faculty members 1935 Founding date 7,631 Full-time undergraduate enrollment 12,400 Total University enrollment, including part-time undergraduate, graduate and School of Law 100,000+ 1.6 Million

Hofstra alumni Volumes available at Hofstra University Libraries

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Coaching Staff JOE ELLIOTT

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oe Elliott is in his second season as head men’s golf coach after being named to the position in August 2008. Elliott replaced Bob Schwalb, who retired after six years as coach of both the men and women’s programs. Elliott, who was elected to membership in the PGA in 2001, has been the assistant golf professional at the Garden City Country Club since June 1996 and has been involved with the Metropolitan PGA and Junior PGA programs for more than 10 years. In his role as assistant golf professional at Garden City CC, Elliott is responsible for individual, group and junior golf instruction, as well as the coordination of tournaments conducted at the club. As a volunteer with the MET Junior PGA, he has taught at clinics and golf schools run by the organization. Elliott has volunteered his teaching expertise at Police Athletic League clinics as well. In addition he serves as a starter, rules official and pace of play monitor at various MET Junior PGA events. His experience with junior golfers extends into his duties at the Garden City Country Club, where he is involved in the organization end management of the club’s Junior Golf Camp during the summer months. As a player, Elliott was chosen by the Metropolitan PGA board of elected officials to represent the assistant golf professionals in the 2001 and 2002 Squire Cup. The Squire Cup is similar to the Ryder Cup in that 12 assistant professionals and 12 head professionals are picked to play against each other in a head-tohead competition. In 2002 Elliott won the Jack Mallon Pro-Am Championship at the Garden City Country Club and in 2007 he won the Pinehurst Team Pro-Am Championship in Pinehurst, North Carolina.

MAREN CROWLEY

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aren Crowley is in her second season as head women’s golf coach at her alma mater. Crowley, who was named to the position August 22, 2008, replaced Bob Schwalb, who retired in June 2008 after six seasons in charge of the Pride men and women’s golf programs. Crowley, a 2008 graduate of Hofstra, was a four-year letterwinner on the women’s golf team and competed in 25 events during her tenure. She posted four top 20 finishes during her career, including a 10th-place showing at the 2005 Hofstra Spring Invitational. Since 2004 Crowley has been a staff member for the Metropolitan PGA, working as an assistant manager on the Long Island Junior Golf Tour. Crowley assisted in the running of nearly 40 tournaments per season throughout the metropolitan New York area. This included registration, scoring, starter duties, as well as serving as a rules and pace of play official. In addition, she also assists with the management of several Metropolitan PGA professional tournaments, qualifiers and the New York State Open. A Dean’s List student at Hofstra, Crowley was a four-year recipient of the Colonial Athletic Association Commissioner’s Academic Award and was a Hofstra Presidential Academic Scholarship recipient. Crowley, a native of Sayville, New York, holds a degree in business from Hofstra with specializations in finance and economics. She is currently pursuing an MBA in sports and entertainment management at Hofstra.

Elliott has completed advanced career enhancement programs at the PGA Learning Centers in Florida, covering a variety of subjects, including: Teaching with Technology, Teaching a Sound Putting Stroke, Fitness for a Sound Golf Swing and The Mental Side of Golf. Elliott and his wife, Valerie, reside in Levittown, New York.

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2009-10 Golf Rosters Women’s Golf Name

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Erica Barnes Allie Hanlon Morgan Heyrman Amy Hoffmann Christine Klatman Jenna Masnyk Ali Wakefield

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Kensington, CT/Berlin Hingham, MA/Notre Dame Academy Green Bay, WI/Notre Dame de la Baie Academy Lake Bluff, IL/Lake Forest High School Boulder, CO/Boulder High School Lincoln, RI/Lincoln Fayetteville, NY/Fayetteville-Manlius

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Chris Davis Connell McNamara Justin Nash Harry Poster Andrew Roberts

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Syracuse, NY/Nottingham Hopkinton, MA/Hopkinton Bladenboro, NC/Cimarron (NV)/Bladen CC Newton, MA/Newton South Wakefield, RI/South Kingstown

Head Coach: Maren Crowley

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Head Coach: Joe Elliott

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Golfer Profiles WOMEN’S PROFILES

Allie Hanlon Senior, 5-5 Right Handed Hingham, Massachusetts Notre Dame Academy

Fourth season on the Hofstra Golf roster…2008-09: Golfed in all 10 events, covering 19 rounds…Averaged 84.53 strokes per round…Finished first in a dual meet with St. Francis (NY) with an 83…Placed second at the Tom Pecora Collegiate Invitational, scoring back-to-back rounds of 87…Placed third out of 33 golfers at the Monmouth Hawk Invitational with a two-day 160 (83-77)…Also posted top 10 finishes at the Hofstra and Fairleigh Dickinson Invitational’s…Received the CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…2007-08: Just one of three players on the roster to participate in all eight tournaments…Ranked first on the team in scoring, averaging 83.17 strokes per round…Finished fifth at the Mount St. Mary’s Fall Invitational, shooting a two-day total of 162…Logged a top-20 finish in her first six events…Recorded a seventh-place finish at the Hawk Invitational, shooting 158…Also finished seventh at the Hofstra Invitational, shooting a two day total of 174… Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…2006-07: Played 17 rounds in eight tournaments… Second on team in scoring, averaging 86.76 strokes per round…Tied for third place at the Monmouth Hawk Invitational, shooting a two-day total of 156 and season-low round 77 on day one…Finished ninth at the Lehigh Don Mershon Classic, shooting a 170…Tied for 11th place at the Sacred Heart Fall Classic with a two day total of 170…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…High School: Played golf and volleyball for four years at Notre Dame Academy in Hingham Massachusetts…Future Collegians World Tour All-American as a senior…Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic selection in 2005 and 2006…Team MVP in 2004 and 2006…Three-year team captain…Team was state champions and undefeated for four years… Personal: Has two brothers…Brother, Matthew, played golf at the United States Military Academy at West Point…Enrolled in Hofstra’s Honors College…Presidential Academic Scholarship recipient…Interned at Fidelity Investments during the summer 2009…Hobbies include swimming and waterskiing…Lists Tom Brady and Trot Nixon as her favorite athletes…Nicknamed “Allie”…Started playing golf at age 10…Finance major. 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Career

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Events 8 8 10 26

Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Rnd. 17 1475 86.76 83 18 1497 83.17 76 19 1606 84.53 77 54 4578 84.77 76

Top 10 2 3 5 10

Top 20 Best Finish 4 T3 Hawk Invitational 6 5 Mount St. Mary’s 6 1-St. Francis Dual 16 1-St. Francis Dual

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Morgan Heyrman Junior, 5-9 Right Handed Green Bay, Wisconsin Notre Dame de la Baie Academy

Third season on the Hofstra Golf roster…2008-09: Played 19 rounds in all 10 events…Averaged a team-best 83.32 strokes per round…Placed first at the Tom Pecora Collegiate Invitational, carding a two-round 165 (83-82)... Finished second at the Mount St. Mary’s Fall Invitational with a 159 (79-80)… Tied for fourth at the Monmouth Hawk Invitational with a 162 (82-80)…Shot her two lowest rounds of the season, 73 and 76, at the CAA Championship…Was Hofstra’s top finisher at the CAA Championship, tying for 33rd place…Posted four top five and five top 10 finishes on the season… CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…2007-08: Played 16 rounds in seven events…Was second on the team in scoring, averaging 86.94 strokes per round…Finished tied for third at the Hofstra Invitational, shooting a two-day total of 170…Finished tied for 10th at the Knights Invitational, shooting an 82 and an 84 for a total of 166…Notched a top-20 finish in four consecutive events… High School: Attended Notre Dame de la Baie Academy in Wisconsin…Lettered in golf, volleyball, basketball and track…Member of golf team that went undefeated three years in conference play and won Division 1 State Championships…First team all-conference selection three times…Sectional medalist as a senior…Team captain as a junior and senior…Averaged 42 strokes per nine holes and 85 strokes per 18 holes as a junior…2003 Optimist Speech Winner…Honor student…Personal: Has one brother…Completed an independent study in the Game On program at IMG Academies during the summer 2009…Lists Dave Matthews as her favorite musician…Began playing golf at age 5…Aspires to pursue a career as a news anchor…Broadcast journalism major. 2007-08 2008-09 Career

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Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Rnd. 16 1390 86.94 78 19 1583 83.32 73 35 2973 84.94 73

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Top 20 Best Finish 4 T3 Hofstra Invitational 7 1 Tom Pecora Invit. 11 1 Tom Pecora Invit.

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Amy HoffmanN Junior, 5-11 Right Handed Lake Bluff, Illinois Lake Forest High School Third season on the Hofstra Golf roster…2008-09: Competed in all 10 events, covering 19 rounds…Averaged 88.05 strokes per round…Ranked fourth on the team in scoring…Placed second at the Hofstra Invitational with a round score of 84…Finished seventh at the Tom Pecora Collegiate Invitational… Shot a personal-best 75 in the second round of the ECAC Championship… Posted two top five and four top 10 finishes…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…2007-08: Participated in all eight tournaments, finishing third in scoring, averaging 87.22 strokes per round… Logged top-5 finishes in back-to-back weeks, tying for third at the Mount St. Mary’s Fall Invitational and for second at the Knights Invitational…Had a low round of 80 at the Mount St. Mary’s Fall Invitational…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award… High School: Attended Lake Forest High School in Lake Forest, Illinois…Played four years of golf and two years of soccer…Four time all-conference selection…Four-time all-academic selection…Averaged 43 strokes per round as a senior…Personal: Has two brothers…Has played golf since age 13…Lists Sergio Garcia and Adam Scott as her favorite athletes…Environmental resources major…Plans on working as a conservationist. 2007-08 2008-09 Career

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Events 8 10 18

Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Rnd. 18 1570 87.22 80 19 1673 88.05 75 37 3243 87.65 75

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Top 20 Best Finish 4 T2 Knights Invitational 5 2 Hofstra Invitational 9 2 Hofstra Invitational

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Third season on the Hofstra Golf roster…2008-09: Participated in eight events, totaling 15 rounds…Ranked third on the team in scoring at 83.33 strokes per round… Placed third at the Tom Pecora Collegiate Invitational with a 187 (91-86)…Shot an 88 to tie for fourth at the Hofstra Invitational…Carded rounds of 84-81 to finish sixth at the Monmouth Hawk Invitational…The 81 was her career low round…Had three top five and four top 10 finishes…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…2007-08: Participated in six events, totaling 14 rounds…Finished fifth on the team in scoring by averaging 91.50 strokes Christine Klatman per round…Recorded two top-20 finishes…Her best Junior, 5-3 showing was a 15th place finish at the Hofstra Invitational Right Handed with a 188 two-round total…Finished tied for 15th at the Boulder, Colorado Hawk Invitational…Shot a season-low round of 86 on the Boulder High School second day of the CAA Championship…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…High School: Attended Boulder High School in Boulder, Colorado…Played golf for four years and softball for two years…All-conference first team selection in golf…Earned three academic letters…Personal: Has one brother and one sister…Also recruited by Allegheny, Rhodes, Vassar and Eckerd…Lists “Psych” as her favorite television show and “The Princess Bride” as her favorite movie…Accounting major with a minor in psychology. 2007-08 2008-09 Career

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Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Rnd. 14 1281 91.50 86 15 1310 83.33 81 29 2591 89.34 81

Top 10 0 4 4

Top 20 Best Finish 2 15 Hofstra Invitational 4 3 Tom Pecora Invit. 6 3 Tom Pecora Invit.

Second season on Hofstra Golf roster…2008-09: Competed in eight events, totaling 15 rounds…Averaged 91.87 strokes per round…Won the Hofstra Invitational in her second career event, shooting a round of 84…Placed ninth at the Tom Pecora Collegiate Invitational…Shot her low round of the season, an 83, at the CAA Championship… Posted one top five and three top 10 finishes…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…High School: Attended Fayetteville-Manlius High School in Fayetteville, New York…Lettered in golf and volleyball… Named to All-Central New York first team as a senior… Ali Wakefield Second team All-Central New York as a junior…Two-time all-league selection…Was a second team All-Central New Sophomore, 5-7 York pick in volleyball as a senior…Two-time New York Right Handed State Public High School Athletic Association ScholarFayetteville, New York Athlete…Received the Clarence E. Gaffey Award for Golf Fayetteville-Manlius High School as a senior…Member of undefeated league and sectional championship teams in golf as a junior and senior…Averaged 39 strokes per nine holes as a senior…Personal: Has one sister…Began playing golf at age 14…Lists Zach Johnson and Derek Jeter as her favorite athletes… Hobbies include swimming and going to the beach…Plans to pursue a career as a sportscaster...Nicknamed “Wake”…Dean’s List student…Broadcast journalism major with minors in radio, television and film and speech communications. 2008-09

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Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Rnd. 15 1378 91.87 83

Top 10 3

Top 20 Best Finish 3 1 Hofstra Invitational

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Golfer Profiles First season on the Hofstra Golf roster...High School: Attended Berlin High School in Berlin, Connecticut...Was a four-year golf team letter winner for the Redcoats... Helped Berlin win four Northwest Conference titles, including a share of the top spot her senior year...AllConnecticut selection as a junior and senior...Earned a spot on three straight All-Northwest Conference Erica Barnes teams from 2007 to 2009...Named Freshman, 5-6 to the All-Hartford Courant team in Right Handed her sophomore, junior and senior Kensington, Connecticut seasons...Was the state runner-up Berlin High School medalist her senior season...Four-time selection to the all-academic team... Three-time qualifier to the New England Championship Tournament...Shuttle Meadow Country Club Women’s Champion in 2007 and 2008...Member of the National Honor Society...Personal: Has one bother...Started playing golf at age 11...Lists Brand new as her favorite band and “The Usual Suspects” as her favorite movie.

Jenna Masnyk Freshman, 5-7 Right Handed Lincoln, Rhode Island Lincoln High School

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First season on the Hofstra Golf roster...High School: Attended Lincoln High School in Lincoln, Rhode Island...Played golf and field hockey all four years for the Lions... Three time first team All-Rhode Island selection from 2007 to 2009... Served as captain on the field hockey and golf teams during her senior year...Led the Lions to a golf division championship in 2008...Personal: Has one sister...Lists reading and going to the beach as hobbies... Names Natalie Gulbis as her favorite athlete...Boys and Girls Club and literacy center volunteer...Aspires to work on-air for the Golf Channel... Broadcast journalism major.

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MEN’S PROFILES Second season on Hofstra Golf roster...2008-09: Golfed 23 rounds in 11 events...Averaged 93.95 strokes per round...Shot a season-low round of 84 in the second round of the Monmouth Hawk Invitational...Received the CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award...High School: Attended Nottingham High School in Syracuse, New York... Lettered in golf and baseball ...Golf team Most Valuable Player in 2007 and 2008...City golf champion in 2007-08...Personal: Has one brother and one sister...Stepdad, Richard Sparks, was an All-American basketball player at Nazareth College and is a member of their hall of fame...Dean’s List student...Spent the summer 2009 working with the First Tee Junior Golf Program...Lists Tiger Woods as his favorite athlete and Denzel Washington as his favorite actor...Mechanical engineering major.

Chris Davis Sophomore, 5-11 Right Handed Syracuse, New York Nottingham High School

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Events Rounds 11 23

Strokes 2161

Avg. Low Rnd. 93.95 84

Top 10 Top 20 Best Finish 1 1 8 St. Francis (NY)

First year on the Hofstra Golf roster...High School: Lettered in golf at Hopkinton (MA) High School... Personal: Began playing golf at age 8...Lists “Entourage” as his favorite television show and the Red Hot Chili Peppers as his favorite band... Undecided major.

Connell McNamara Freshman, 5-6 Right Handed Hopkinton, Massachusetts Hopkinton High School

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Justin Nash Sophomore, 5-10 Right Handed Bladenboro, North Carolina Cimarron (NV) High School Bladen Community College First season on the Hofstra Golf roster... Previous College: Attended Bladen Community College in Dublin, North Carolina, for one year...Did not compete... High School: Is a 1999 graduate of Cimarron Memorial High School in Las Vegas, Nevada...Personal: Lists Jack Nicklaus and Padraig Harrington as his favorite athletes...Nicknamed “Vegas”...Relay for Life team captain...Plans to pursue a career as a college professor...Economics major.

Harry Poster Freshman, 5-9 Right Handed Newton, Massachusetts Newton South High School

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First season on the Hofstra Golf roster...High School: Lettered in golf and soccer at Newton (MA) South High School...Helped team to the Division I North Sectional title and a fifth place finish in the state tournament as a senior...Received Newton South’s 110-Percent Award as a senior...Personal: Has two sisters and one brother... Began playing golf at age 13...Undecided major.

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Andrew Roberts Freshman, 6-1 Right Handed Wakefield, Rhode Island South Kingstown High School First year on the Hofstra Golf roster... High School: Played four years of golf and one year of soccer at South Kingstown (RI) High School...Team captain as a senior...Named to AllSouthern Division first team as a senior and to the third team as a junior...Tied for 19th at the 2009 Rhode Island Individual State Championship...Tied for 11th at the 2009 New England Golf Championship... Was 11th at the Rhode Island Big I Junior Classic...Ranked in the state top 20 in scoring average as a senior at 40.71 strokes per nine holes...Member of the Rhode Island Honor Society...Received the Key Delegate Award in the 2009 Model United Nations...Personal: Has three brothers...Hobbies include snowboarding, basketball and soccer...Lists “Caddyshack� as his favorite movie...Finance major.

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Stuart Rabinowitz President of Hofstra University

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tuart Rabinowitz was chosen by the Hofstra University Board of Trustees to serve as the eighth president of the University on December 20, 2000. Prior to his appointment, he served as dean of Hofstra University School of Law from September 1989 through June 2001. He joined the faculty of the School of Law in 1972. President Rabinowitz currently holds the Andrew M. Boas and Mark L. Claster Distinguished Professorship in Civil Procedure. President Rabinowitz holds positions with a number of important government and community organizations, including the Judicial Advisory Council of the State of New York Unified Court System - County of Nassau, and the Nassau County Health and Welfare Council. He serves as a trustee of the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities, and on the Board of Directors for the Fair Media Council and the Long Island Technology Network. President Rabinowitz is a former member of the Nassau County Blue Ribbon Financial Review Panel, former chair of the Nassau County Local Advisory Board, and a former member of the Board of Directors of the Long Island Association. Additionally, President Rabinowitz served as a member of the Nassau County Commission on Government Revision, which was charged with drafting a new charter and a new form of government for the County. He is the recipient of the Martin Luther King Living the Dream Award, EOC; Distinguished Service in the Cause of Justice, Legal Aid Society; UJA Federation Leadership Award; the Bar Association of Nassau County Proclamation for Outstanding Service to both the legal profession and the community; the Community Service Award from the Conference of Jewish Organizations of Nassau County; and the Alumni Association of the City College of New York 2005 Townsend Harris Medal. He has also been honored by the Long Island Software and Technology Network (LISTnet) and was the recipient of Networking magazine’s David Award.

President Rabinowitz, Nancy Rabinowitz and then-Senator Barack Obama prior to the Presidential Debate at Hofstra in October 2008

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President Rabinowitz received a juris doctor, magna cum laude, from Columbia University School of Law, where he was a member of the board of editors of the Columbia Law Review and a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. He graduated from City College of New York with honors, and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the American Law Institute.

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University Senior Administration

M. Patricia Adamski Senior Vice President for Planning and Administration

Joseph M. Barkwill Vice President for Facilities and Operations

Dr. Herman Berliner Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs

Melissa Connolly Vice President for University Relations

Jessica Eads Vice President for Enrollment Services

Dolores Fredrich, Esq. Vice President for Legal Affairs and General Counsel

Richard V. Guardino, Jr., Esq. Vice President for Business Development

Catherine Hennessy Vice President for Financial Affairs and Treasurer

Sandra S. Johnson Vice President for Student Affairs

Robert W. Juckiewicz Vice President for Information Technology

Trustees of Hofstra University OFFICERS Marilyn B. Monter,* Chair Alan J. Bernon,* Vice Chair David S. Mack,* Vice Chair Joseph M. Gregory,* Secretary Stuart Rabinowitz, President MEMBERS George W. Bilicic, Jr. Tejinder Bindra Robert F. Dall* Helene Fortunoff Martin B. Greenberg*

Leo A. Guthart Peter S. Kalikow* Abby Kenigsberg Arthur J. Kremer Karen L. Lutz Donna M. Mendes* Janis M. Meyer* John D. Miller* Martha S. Pope James E. Quinn* Lewis S. Ranieri Edwin C. Reed Robert D. Rosenthal* Debra A. Sandler* Thomas J. Sanzone*

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Alan J. Kelly Vice President for Development

As of October 2009

Sean Hutchinson, President, Student Government Association DELEGATES Akeem Mellis, Vice Gregory Maney, Speaker of President, Student the Faculty Government Association William F. Nirode, Chair, Laurie Bloom,* President, University Senate Alumni Organization Executive Committee ____________________ Georgina D. Martorella, Chair, University Senate James M. Shuart,* Planning and Budget President Emeritus Committee Joseph Sparacio* Frank G. Zarb*

Wilbur Breslin, Trustee Emeritus Emil V. Cianciulli,* Chair Emeritus John J. Conefry, Jr., Chair Emeritus Maurice A. Deane,* Chair Emeritus George G. Dempster,* Chair Emeritus Joseph L. Dionne,* Trustee Emeritus Bernard Fixler,* Trustee Emeritus Florence Kaufman,

Trustee Emerita Walter B. Kissinger, Trustee Emeritus Ann M. Mallouk,* Chair Emerita Thomas H. O’Brien, Trustee Emeritus Donald A. Petrie,* Trustee Emeritus Arnold A. Saltzman, Trustee Emeritus Norman R. Tengstrom,* Trustee Emeritus *Hofstra Alumni

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Hofstra Director of Athletics Jack Hayes

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ack Hayes is in his sixth year as director of athletics at Hofstra University in 2009-10. Hayes was appointed by Hofstra President Stuart Rabinowitz as the University’s director of athletics on October 4, 2004. Hayes came to Hofstra after serving as an associate director of athletics at the University of Connecticut for three years.   Hayes, the eighth director of athletics at Hofstra, leads a department that includes 17 Division I teams, 90 coaches and administrative staff members and 400 student-athletes.

recent renovations include locker rooms, the wrestling room, athletic training rooms in Margiotta Hall and the Physical Fitness Center, the basketball media room in the Mack Sports Complex and a press box at the Hofstra Soccer Stadium. In 2006 Hayes reintroduced the Hofstra Athletics Hall of Fame after more than a 50-year absence, inducting four classes since that time. He also led an effort to retire the uniform numbers of prominent Hofstra student-athletes with 20 jersey retirement ceremonies held during the 2008-09 academic year.

Hayes’ proven expertise in enhancing academic and athletic success of student-athletes, strategic planning, fund-raising, marketing, university relations, facility enhancement, budgetary management, and NCAA compliance complements Hofstra University’s athletic department in its quest to further enhance its athletic program, and assist Hofstra’s studentathletes both on and off the field. The Hofstra Athletic program has flourished under Hayes’ leadership, winning 18 CAA Championships and making 24 postseason appearances since the 2004-05 academic year. In 2008-09 the Pride wrestling team won the CAA Championship for an eighth consecutive year, while the men’s lacrosse program advanced to the NCAA Tournament as an at-large selection. In addition, Hofstra hosted the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinals in 2009, which saw nearly 12,000 people fill James M. Shuart Stadium for the event. Hayes has placed a significant emphasis on fund-raising during his tenure. Pride Club membership reached all-time highs, both in terms of the number of contributors and funds raised as the organization topped the $1 million mark in each of the last two years. Resources generated through fund-raising efforts have been used to enhance programs and facilities available to student-athletes. Recent initiatives include the construction of Hofstra’s new field hockey stadium, as well as the replacement of the artificial turf in Shuart Stadium. Other

Active on a national level, Hayes served on the NCAA Division I Lacrosse Committee from September 2006 to September 2008. Hayes came to Hofstra with more than 14 years of athletic administration experience, including management positions at four Division I institutions – Connecticut, Fordham, St. John’s and Fairfield. 

Hayes received a master’s degree in education in 1992 with a concentration in sport management from the University of Connecticut. He holds a bachelor’s degree (1989) from Providence College, where he was a member of Providence’s lacrosse team. He was also awarded a certificate of completion in 2001 from the Sports Management Institute, Consortium of the Universities of Michigan and Texas.   A native of Providence, Rhode Island, Hayes graduated from the Providence Country Day School where he lettered in football, basketball and lacrosse. He was inducted, as a member of his high school basketball team, into the Providence Country Day Athletic Hall of Fame in October 2004. Hayes resides in East Northport, New York, with his wife Bridget, daughter Katie (7), and sons Matt (4) and Tommy (1).

HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY DIRECTORS OF ATHLETICS 1937-42 1942-45 1945-48 1948-51 1951-74

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John Bartlett MacDonald John Archer Smith (Interim) John Bartlett MacDonald John Archer Smith Howard “Howdy” Myers

1974-75 1975-87 1987-97 1997-04 2004-pres.

Dick Thiebert Bob Getchell Jim Garvey Harry Royle Jack Hayes

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Athletic Administration and Head Coaches

Pete Alfano

Cross Country Coach

Cathy Aull

Athletic Department Secretary

Neil Collins

Patrick Anderson Baseball Coach

Assistant Director of Athletic Development

Ann Baller

Dr. Michael Barnes

Anthony Battaglia Equipment Manager

Assistant Dean of University Advisement

Maren Crowley

Kathy De Angelis

Bill Edwards

Annie Fiorvanti

Amanda Foukas

Assistant Director of Athletic Administration

Associate Director of Athletic Facilities

Maria Corvino

Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

Assistant Athletics Director for Ticket Operations

Shaun Fean

David Fernandez

Athletics Facilities Coordinator

Kristina Hernandez Volleyball Coach

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Athletic Facilities Coordinator

Faculty Athletics Representative

Women’s Golf Coach

Director of Student-Athlete Services

Ellen Johnson

Assistant Athletics Director for Corporate Relations

Chrissy Arnone

Lauren Ashman

Meaghan Almon

Field Hockey Coach

Tennis Coach

Colm Kennedy

Jay Artinian

Associate Athletics Director for Facilities

Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

Susan Bauer

Tara Coppola

Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

Joe Elliott

Softball Coach

Kerrin Fraser

Associate Athletics Director for Compliance

Men’s Golf Coach

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Stephen Gorchov

Associate Athletics Director for Communications

Krista Kilburn-Steveskey Women’s Basketball Coach

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Athletic Administration and Head Coaches

Joe Klauder

Assistant Director of NCAA Compliance

Abby Morgan

Frantzer Le Blanc Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

Richard Nuttall

Cindy Lewis

Senior Associate Athletics Director

Jeanne O’Keefe

Women’s Lacrosse Coach

Men’s Soccer Coach

Athletic Department Secretary

Simon Riddiough

Diane Schuerlein

Jim Sheehan

Women’s Soccer Coach

Daniel Solow

Assistant Athletics Director for Development

Ryan Watson

Athletic Facilities Coordinator

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Athletic Department Secretary

Harriet Teitle

Athletic Department Secretary

Senior Sports Information Director

Kathy Theiling

Equipment Manager

Scott Wilks

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Evan Malings

Danny McCabe

Head Athletic Trainer

Tom Pecora

Men’s Basketball Coach

Tom Shifflet

Seth Tierney

Associate Athletics Director for External Affairs

Rachel Peel

James Prendergast

Associate Dean of University Advisement

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Rocky Silvestri

Wrestling Coach

Men’s Lacrosse Coach

Tim McMahon

Executive Associate Athletics Director

Clarice Smith

Director of Marketing

Michael Unterstein

Athletic Department Secretary

Athletic Facilities Coordinator

Winnie Wymes

Athletic Department Secretary

Dave Walsh

Assistant Equipment Manager

Dr. Michael Yorio Team Physician

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Academic Support

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ofstra University is committed to the pursuit of academic and athletic excellence. The University views participation in intercollegiate athletics as benefiting the student-athlete in an educationally enhancing experience beyond any other opportunity available. Hofstra also realizes the time commitment made by student-athletes and has committed the facilities and resources to support all students. The University Tutorial Program (UTP) provides free tutoring in every subject area to any Hofstra student. Students are able to obtain up to 1 1/2 hours of individual tutorial assistance per week for each subject. They are also able to utilize the various help labs on campus, which specialize in providing assistance in writing, business and QM, and biology and chemistry. In addition to this service, studentathletes are assigned an academic advisor who helps address the various needs of student‑athletes. The academic advisor emphasizes four areas in their efforts to ensure the academic success of Hofstra’s student-athletes. Area one is academic counseling. Services are provided in the areas of academic planning, career planning, personal counseling, and campus and community referrals. The counselor also meets with prospective student‑athletes, at the coach’s request, to share the many benefits of a Hofstra University education. Area two is academic advising. In an effort to ease the demand on the Office of Advisement, the academic advisor also advises first‑year and undecided student‑athletes.

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Area three is academic monitoring. The UTP counselor monitors the academic progress of student‑athletes to ensure compliance with Hofstra University, NCAA and conference regulations. The counselor’s regular communication with the faculty and coaches provide an opportunity for early intervention should academic difficulties arise. Area four is study halls. The University Tutorial Program provides all athletic study halls with tutors in various subjects and assesses the needs of individual student‑athletes to provide the most effective study environment. The assessment tool administered by the UTP is also used to provide various enrichment seminars for the student‑athletes such as time management, writing skills, campus resources, and surviving the college transition. In the fall of 1999 a computer lab opened on the second floor of Margiotta Hall. Funded in part by proceeds from the Joe Gardi Golf Open, the state-of-the-art computer lab and learning center features a projection system and 18 computer workstations, which are connected to the University network for easy research access to the Internet. The room was refurbished in 2005 with new furniture and computers. In addition to the Margiotta Hall computer lab, a new study area was constructed in 2006, located in the Physical Fitness Center, which features numerous computer workstations and office space for University academic advisement personnel.

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Hofstra Heritage The Symbols of Hofstra University The Shield Logo

In 2005 Hofstra introduced a new logo as part of a Universitywide reimaging. Both the University’s logo as well as the Pride logo were designed by advertising agency Powell New York, a full-service branding and marketing agency, noted as one of the ten firms to watch in 2005 in Advertising Age. The new University logo features an “H” within a shield design. Hofstra University has always been known for both a tradition of academic excellence and a willingness to evolve to meet the needs of students and the greater society. This shield represents the University’s commitment to our heritage and a tradition of academic excellence, while the dynamic representation of the H within the shield embodies the evolutionary, changing nature of the University. Hofstra University has both honored its traditions and heritage while embracing changing disciplines, using new technology and remaining relevant to scholarly pursuits and the demands of industry.

The Seal

The Hofstra seal was designed from the royal Dutch emblem by art instructor Constant Van de Wall. The seal is modeled on the coat of arms of the House of Orange-Nassau. The round seal includes the coat of arms, flanked by lions on either side. A lion also stands in the center of the coat of arms, holding a sword in its right claw and a bundle of seven arrows, which represent the seven provinces of Holland, in its left. The seal also carries the motto of the House of Orange-Nassau in Old French: “Je maintiendray” (I stand steadfast). In 1988 one of the two lions on the seal was officially replaced with a lioness. The Hofstra seal is still in use today, though not as a logo. The seal will be affixed to formal documents, and used for official purposes such as commencement, convocations, and official University functions.

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The Pride

Hofstra’s athletic teams are officially known as the Pride, providing our teams with a strong, consistent image that resonates with the Hofstra community. The Hofstra Athletics logo consists of a graphic mark of a male and female lion in powerful, synchronized motion with the word mark of the Hofstra Pride or the specific sports team. The Hofstra Pride refers to a pack of lions, male and female, which work together towards a common goal and symbolize determination and strength. The Pride conveys both the teamwork and togetherness that is a trait of lions living in prides, who have a close bond and work together for the good of the entire group. The teamwork evident in prides is a trait of Hofstra’s studentathletes, who support each other in furtherance of a common goal, while working tirelessly to represent their teams and, in turn, the University. Lions also possess speed, tenacity, and agility, and are relentless in their pursuit of a goal, which are traits our studentathletes demonstrate both on and off the field. The first consistent use of the word “Pride” relating to athletics was in 1989 when the University’s athletic booster club was founded and called itself The Pride Club, which at the time simply referred to the pride that alumni and fans had for our teams. The Pride identity has progressed over the past decade in a more specific fashion than just the expression of a feeling. After one lion on the Hofstra seal was changed into a lioness to symbolize gender equity, the University mascots -- Kate and Willie Pride, a lioness and lion – were introduced.

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Hofstra’s Dutch Heritage Ties to Dutch heritage and the Netherlands began with William S. Hofstra, after whom the school is named and on whose property the University was started. William Hofstra died in 1932 and when his wife, Kate, died 16 months later, her will provided that their house, 15-acre estate, and bulk of her inheritance were to be used for a “public, charitable, benevolent, or scientific purpose” as a memorial to her husband. The idea for a college came from Truesdel Peck Calkins, former Hempstead superintendent of schools, who was then with New York University. He suggested that NYU might offer extension courses on the Hofstra property. Hofstra opened in September 1935, as a two-year extension branch of NYU; its official name was “Nassau College – Hofstra Memorial of New York University at Hempstead, Long Island.” When the doors opened, the sole building on campus was Hofstra’s mansion, which he had affectionately named the Netherlands after his homeland, and all classes were held there. The mansion, which houses administrative offices, is now the center of Hofstra’s 240-acre campus, and has been renamed Hofstra Hall.

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Sports Medicine/Athletic Training

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hrough a comprehensive athletic training program, Hofstra University student-athletes are provided excellent health care during their attendance at the University. A coordinated effort between the University Health and Wellness Center, the Athletic Department and outside health care providers ensures every student-athlete the best medical attention possible. University student-athletes have direct access to a myriad of health care services. Managing the coverage of every practice and competition event is Hofstra University’s athletic training staff, which is led by seventh-year Head Athletic Trainer Evan Malings and features eight full-time athletic trainers and numerous student athletic trainers. The athletic trainers provide injury management, rehabilitation and treatment to the entire Athletic program. Utilizing three state-of-the-art athletic training rooms, these professionals work tirelessly to ensure the safe participation of Hofstra’s student-athletes and to return injured athletes to play quickly and safely. Supporting the athletic trainers is team physician Dr. Michael Yorio. Dr. Yorio, a physician with Pro Health Care, Inc. in Lake Success, New York, is in his first year on Hofstra’s medical team. Yorio is an internist with specialized training in sports medicine. He earned his undergraduate degree at Villanova University, and received his medical degree from the SUNY Health Science Center in Syracuse. Yorio previously served as a sports medicine fellow with the University of Maryland Orthopedics. Prior to that, he was a resident physician in internal medicine at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Yorio was named the Director of Player Medical Services for the 2008 U.S. Open Tennis Tournament in Flushing, New York, and is on the medical staff for the New York Islanders.  He also worked as a team physician for the University of Maryland from 2003 to 2005. Hofstra University sponsors a fully accredited, highly competitive undergraduate degree program for athletic training majors, in which Hofstra student athletic trainers participate in all aspects of the health care system.

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Dr. Michael Yorio Team Physician

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Long Island/New York City About Long Island… Long Island has a rich history as an active, vibrant community, a summer playground, and home to some of New York’s most prominent families. Five distinct regions make up Long Island: • North Shore, otherwise known as the Gold Coast, with dozens of historic sites dating back to colonial days and Gatsby-era mansions. • South Shore, the Island’s spectator sports and entertainment center, with world-famous Jones and Fire Island Beaches, and home to the New York Islanders. • Central Suffolk, with beautiful forests and natural inlets, the world’s largest factory outlet center and a huge water park. • North Fork, with an array of vineyards, waterfront ports and farm stands. • South Fork, widely known as “The Hamptons,” with its pristine beaches and exclusive villages. • You can catch a Hofstra shuttle bus to Jones Beach – a state park with six miles of gorgeous coastline, a boardwalk, swimming pools, golf and outdoor concerts. With everything from museums, historical sites and lighthouses, to sophisticated malls, designer outlets and shopping villages, to wineries and farm stands, to family fun parks, aquariums and zoos, there is plenty to do on Long Island.

About New York City… Hofstra is located only 30 miles from New York City – the capital of culture and finance. You can visit Carnegie Hall, South Street Seaport, Hard Rock Café, Grand Central Station, Central Park, NBC Studios in Rockefeller Center, Little Italy or Chinatown. •

Study the world’s finest sculptures and paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Go and cheer along with the crowd at a Yankees, Mets, Rangers or Knicks game.

Wave at the TV cameras in the street-level studios of FOX, CNN, NBC, CBS or ABC

Walk through the financial capital of the world at the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street.

Take the subway to Coney Island for a Nathan’s hot dog and a ride on the Cyclone, the last of the great wooden rollercoasters.

Get half-priced tickets to Broadway’s finest shows at the TKTS booth in a new, glittering Times Square.

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Garden City Country Club

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he golf course at the Garden City Country Club, located in Garden City, New York, and just minutes away from Hofstra’s campus, serves as the Pride’s home facility. The Garden City Country Club opened in 1916 and the 18hole, Par 70, championship course was designed and built by renowned architect Walter J. Jones in 1917. Since then the course has undergone several renovations, but has remained largely unchanged since the late 1950’s. Superintendent Russ McPhail runs the Garden City Country Club, while Don Beatty has served as the head golf professional for more than 20 years. The course has been the site of numerous local championships, including one Met Open, two Met Amateurs, four Long Island Opens and six

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Long Island Amateurs. The club’s membership has also been successful with five Garden City C.C. members winning multiple Metropolitan Golf Association Tournaments. The Garden City Country Club is also a sight for many celebrity golfers. Singer Perry Como won the club championship in 1953, while comedian Bob Hope and singer Johnny Mathis were frequent players at the club. More recently former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, current New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, PGA professionals Padraig Harrington and Duffy Waldorf, and professional baseball player’s Roger Clemens and Andy Pettitte. The Garden City Country Club’s yardage is 6,727 from the gold championship tees, 6,533 from the middle tees and 6,346 from the forward tee box.

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he Colonial Athletic Association celebrates its 25th Anniversary in 2009-10 with memories of a proud and storied past and visions of an exciting future.

Regarded as one of the nation’s top collegiate conferences, the CAA encompasses five of the nation’s nine largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Atlanta. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 12 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 12 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 20 NCAA postgraduate scholars. In 2008-09, the CAA had more than 1,700 of the league’s 4,000 student-athletes receive the Commissioner’s Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference ranked in the top 10 in the nation in 12 of its 23 sports in the latest APR report released by the NCAA. The landscape of the conference stretches along the majority of the East Coast, and includes six of the nation’s top 25 media markets – New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Atlanta (8), Washington, D.C. (9) and Baltimore (25). The number of television homes in the CAA market exceeds 20 million. The CAA currently sponsors 23 sports with the addition of a 12-team football league in 2007 and women’s rowing in 2009. Male athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and wrestling. Female athletes battle for conference titles in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volleyball. In 2008-09, 28 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 45 studentathletes received All-America honors. The conference has made its presence known nationally in men’s basketball with a league-record five teams advancing to postseason play in 2008-09. Conference champion VCU made its third NCAA Tournament appearance in the last six years, while George Mason reached the postseason for the seventh time in a decade in the NIT. Old Dominion, making its fifth straight postseason trip, captured the inaugural CIT championship, while James Madison made the CIT semifinals. Northeastern reached the quarterfinals of the CBI. In 2006, George Mason captured the nation’s imagination by becoming the first mid-major program since 1979 to reach the Final Four, knocking off powerhouses Michigan State, North Carolina, Wichita State and Connecticut along the way. The Patriots were ranked No. 8 in the final ESPN/USA Today Top 25 poll, which was the highest ever for a CAA team. The CAA has had at least three women’s basketball teams participate in post-season play for the past four seasons. Drexel captured its first CAA championship in 2009 and was joined in the NCAA Tournament by VCU, giving the league multiple teams in the Big Dance for the second time in three years. James Madison earned a post-season berth for the fourth year in a row in the WNIT. Perennial power Old Dominion, which has won three national championships (1979, 1980, 1985) and was national runner-up in 1997, claimed an NCAA-record 17 straight CAA titles before seeing its incredible streak come to an end last year.

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The Colonial Athletic Association The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championship began in 1981. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. Three women’s soccer teams have reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the past two seasons and at least one men’s soccer team has advanced to the final 16 of the NCAA Championship in five of the last seven years. In men’s cross country, William & Mary placed 16th nationally as a team in 2008 and Georgia State’s Mark Steeds earned All-America status after a 12th-place individual effort. On the mat, ODU’s Ryan Williams was one of three wrestling All-Americans after finishing as the national runner-up at 141 pounds. The CAA has sent multiple teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in nine of the last 12 years and has had 12 or more players selected in the last seven Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also boasts numerous All-Americans in tennis, golf, track and field and swimming and diving. CAA member institutions are committed to excellence in the classroom. The Colonial Academic Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s presidents with a goal of expanding their partnership to all aspects of university life outside of intercollegiate athletics. Among the programs already established are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study abroad programs and granting visiting academic status to student-athletes traveling to an away contest so that they have access to libraries, academic resource centers and computer labs. In 2002, two faculty members from CAA institutions were awarded academia’s most coveted distinction – the Nobel Prize. John B. Fenn, a research professor in the Department of Chemistry at Virginia Commonwealth University, received the Nobel Prize for chemistry, and Vernon Smith, a professor of economics and law at George Mason University, shared the Nobel Prize in economic sciences. Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when three of its current members- George Mason University, James Madison University, and the College of William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, the United States Naval Academy and the University of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American University) and decided to form a new association. The transformation from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. Charter members George Mason, James Madison, UNC Wilmington and William and Mary were joined by Old Dominion University in 1991 and by Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference on July 1, 2005. Celebrating its 25th Anniversary, the CAA takes great pride in producing student-athletes who stand out on the playing field and in the classroom.

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2008-09 Women’s Statistics and Results 2008-09 HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S GOLF STATISTICS EVENT Allie Morgan Amy Christine Kim Amanda Rebecca Ali Liz Hanlon Heyrman Hoffmann Klatman Novak Rumore Samakow Wakefield Warren 9/20-21 T43 T13 T52 DNP T55 DNP DNP DNP T59 Mt. Holyoke Invitational 93-85-178 84-80-164 93-90-183 XXXX 93-92-185 XXXX XXXX XXXX 96-90-186 10/4-5 T27 T45 T45 DNP DNP DNP DNP T77 T70 ECAC Championship 82-78-160 83-81-164 89-75-164 XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX 91-94-185 91-87-178 10/14 T6 T6 T1 T4 T6 T18 20 T1 16 Hofstra Invitational 92 92 84 88 92 106 107 84 101 10/19-20 T9 T14 T30 T27 DNP DNP DNP T24 DNP FDU Knight Invitational 83-78-161 86-78-164 92-87-179 89-88-177 XXXX XXXX XXXX 87-86-173 XXXX 10/27-28 17 2 19 T28 DNP DNP DNP T32 DNP Mount St. Mary’s 79-94-173 79-80-159 81-94-175 93-91-184 XXXX XXXX XXXX 84-103-187 XXXX 3/12-13 T74 T74 72 T51 DNP DNP DNP 95-94-189 T86 NIU Snowbird Invitational 86-93-179 91-88-179 91-86-177 83-84-167 XXXX XXXX XXXX 92-97-189 3/28-29 3 T4 T8 6 DNP DNP DNP DNP 22 Monmouth Invitational 83-77-160 82-80-162 86-86-172 84-81-165 XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX 93-92-185 4/12 1 T3 5 T3 DNP DNP DNP T7 2 St. Francis (NY) Dual 83 92 93 92 XXXX XXXX XXXX 102 86 4/13 2 1 7 3 DNP DNP DNP 9 DNP Tom Pecora Invitational 87-87-174 83-82-165 90-95-185 91-86-177 XXXX XXXX XXXX 98-97-195 XXXX 4/17-19 36 T33 48 47 DNP DNP DNP 49 DNP CAA Championship 88-81-77-246 93-73-76-242 83-88-90-261 88-83-89-260 XXXX XXXX XXXX 92-83-88-263 XXXX 10 events 10 events 10 events 8 events 2 events 1 events 1 event 8 events 6 events 19 rounds 19 rounds 19 rounds 15 rounds 3 rounds 1 round 1 round 15 rounds 10 rounds 1606 strokes 1583 strokes 1673 strokes 1310 strokes 277 strokes 106 strokes 107 strokes 1378 strokes 925 strokes 84.53 avg. 83.32 avg. 88.05 avg. 87.33 avg. 92.33 avg. 106.00 avg. 107.00 avg. 91.87 avg. 92.50 avg.

2008-09 HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S GOLF RESULTS Date Event HU Team Finish 9/20-21 Mt. Holyoke Invitational 10th place/13 teams

Course, Location Team Scores The Orchards, South Hadley, MA 363-345=708

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ECAC Championship 12th place/16 teams

Kiskiack Golf Club, Williamsburg, VA 345-321-666

10/14

Hofstra Invitational 1st place/3 teams

Garden City Country Club, Garden City, NY 356

10/19-20

FDU Knights Invitational T5th place/7 teams

Royce Brook Golf Club, Hillsborough, NJ 345-329-674

10/27-28

Mount St. Mary’s Invitational T3rd place/7 teams

Quail Valley Golf Club, Littlestown, PA 323-359-682

3/12-13

NIU Snowbird Invitational 14th place/17 teams

Pebblecreek Country Club, Tampa, FL 351-351-702

3/28-29

Monmouth Hawk Invitational 2nd place/7 teams

Eagle Ridge Golf Club, Lakewood, NJ 335-324-659

4/12

St. Francis (NY) Dual 1st place/2 teams

Eisenhower Park Red, East Meadow, NY 360

4/13

Tom Pecora Invitational 1st place/2 teams

Cherry Valley Country Club, Garden City, NY 351-350-701

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CAA Championship 10th place/10 teams

Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain, GA 351-320-330-1001

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2008-09 Men’s Statistics and Results 2008-09 HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY MEN’S GOLF STATISTICS EVENT Chris Sean Jon Davis Davy Edwards 9/19 DNP T2 T9 Farmingdale Quad XXXX 74 79 10/4-5 79 T10 DNP Scotty Duncan Memorial 92-97-189 80-71-151 XXXX 10/10-11 73 T30 DNP ECAC Championship 95-97-97-289 76-84-71-231 XXXX 10/14 T28 T6 DNP Hofstra Invitational 88 81 XXXX 10/19-20 47 T8 DNP FDU Knights Invitational 92-89-181 73-76-149 XXXX 10/27-28 56 T39 DNP Mount St. Mary’s Classic 101-87-188 81-86-167 XXXX 3/20-3/21 117 T50 DNP George Washington Invitational 100-93-193 83-76-159 XXXX 3/28-29 55 T7 DNP Monmouth Hawk Invitational 94-84-178 74-75-149 XXXX 4/4-5 107 T74 DNP Lafayette Invitational 103-93-196 85-79-164 XXXX 4/13 8 1 DNP St. Francus (NY) Dual 98-87-185 71-75-146 XXXX 4/13 26 1 DNP Tom Pecora Invitational 98-87-185 71-75-146 XXXX 04/20-04/22 54 T44 DNP CAA Championship 96-106-87-289 80-77-81-238 XXXX 11 events 12 events 1 event 23 rounds 24 rounds 1 round 2161 strokes 1855 strokes 79 strokes 93.95 avg. 77.29 avg. 79.00 avg.

Paul Gallo 16 83 T69 81-86-167 T65 81-83-83-247 T4 79 T33 80-80-160 T26 78-83-161 116 99-90-189 54 94-82-176 106 107-87-194 2 84-77-161 13 84-77-161 53 88-90-85-263 12 events 24 rounds 2041 strokes 85.04 avg.

Kipp Kelsey T14 82 DNP XXXX DNP XXXX 30 89 42 90-82-172 T43 87-83-170 T112 87-89-176 DNP XXXX DNP XXXX DNP XXXX DNP XXXX DNP XXXX 5 events 8 rounds 689 strokes 86.13 avg.

2008-09 HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY MEN’S GOLF RESULTS Date Event HU Team Finish 9/19 Farmingdale Quad 2nd place/4 teams 10/4-5 Scotty Duncan Memorial 15th place/15 teams 10/10-11 ECAC Championship 15th place/15 teams 10/14 Hofstra Invitational 5th place/6 teams 10/19-20 FDU Knights Invitational 7th place/9 teams 10/27-28 Mount St. Mary’s Fall Classic 9th place/10 teams 3/20-21 George Washington Invitational 20th place/20 teams 3/28-29 Monmouth Hawk Invitational 11th place/12 teams 4/4-5 Lafayette Invitational 21st place/21 teams 4/13 St. Francis (NY) Dual 1st place/2 teams 4/13 Tom Pecora Invitational 4th place/5 teams 4/17-19 CAA Championship 11th place/11 teams

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Course, Location Team Scores Bethpage Red, Farmingdale, NY 313 White Clay Creek Country Club, Stanton, DE 330-327-657 Long Island National, Riverhead, NY 331-346-327-1004 Garden City Country Club, Garden City, NY 337 Royce Brook Golf Club, Hillsborough, NJ 322-315-637 Quail Valley Golf Club, Littlestown, PA 322-336-658 Bear Trap Dunes, Rehoboth, DE 354-334-688 Deal Golf and Country Club, West Deal, NJ 336-320-656 Center Valley Club, Center Valley, PA 373-339-712 Cherry Valley Country Club, Garden City, NY 338-344-682 Cherry Valley Country Club, Garden City, NY 338-344-682 Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain, GA 342-351-337-1030

Jason Melser T7 78 T26 77-78-155 T52 79-82-77-238 34 93 T24 79-77-156 T24 76-84-160 T77 85-79-164 25 77-79-156 T46 80-80-160 DNF 85-WD DNF 85-WD 48 78-78-84-240 12 events 22 rounds 1770 strokes 80.45 avg.

Justin Wulf T19 87 80 104-92-196 74 100-97-96-293 T31 90 DNP XXXX DNP XXXX DNP XXXX 57 91-93-184 109 105-98-203 9 106-105-211 28 106-105-211 55 111-106-92-309 9 events 18 rounds 1784 strokes 99.11 avg.

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Hofstra Campus Map/Getting to Hofstra From Southern New Jersey, Southeastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Virginia:

From Upstate New York:

Take New York Thruway over the Tappan Zee Bridge to Cross Westchester Expressway (Interstate 287). Stay on the Expressway to the New England Thruway (Interstate 95). Proceed south on the Thruway to the Throgs Neck Bridge. Follow directions from the Throgs Neck Bridge from this point.

Take the New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 13. Cross the Goethals Bridge and continue on Route 278 to the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. Stay in the left lane of the Bridge and take the Belt Parkway-East. The Belt Parkway becomes the Southern State Parkway at the Nassau County line. Take the Southern State Parkway to the Meadowbrook Parkway North (Exit 22). Exit the Meadowbrook Parkway at Exit M4 (Hempstead Turnpike Route 24). Head west to Hofstra (approximately 1 mile).

From the Throgs Neck Bridge:

Follow signs for Eastern Long Island. Take the Cross Island Parkway to the Grand Central Parkway-East. The Grand Central becomes the Northern State Parkway at the Nassau County line. Take the Northern State Parkway-East to the Meadowbrook Parkway-South (exit 31A). Take the Meadowbrook Parkway-South to Exit M4 West (Hempstead Turnpike Route 24). Follow Hempstead Turnpike West to Hofstra (approximately 1 mile).

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AMTRAK services Pennsylvania Station in Manhattan, approximately 30 miles from the Hofstra campus. To get to Hofstra from Penn Station, take the Long Island Rail Road to the Hempstead station. The Hofstra University Courtesy Bus and taxi services are available there. Hofstra is approximately 1.5 miles from the station.

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Commercial buses are not allowed on New York City (Belt, Grand Central or Cross Island) or Long Island (Southern State or Northern State) Parkways. Team buses should take the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway from the south, and the Clearview Expressway from the north, to get to the Long Island Expressway for the trip to Hofstra. Once on the Long Island Expressway (I-495), buses should proceed to Glen Cove Road-South (exit 39). Head south on Glen Cove Road for approximately eight miles to Hempstead Turnpike/Fulton Avenue and turn left (east). Hofstra University is approximately two miles east on Hempstead Turnpike.

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2009-10 HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S GOLF SCHEDULE

2009-10 HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY MEN’S GOLF SCHEDULE

September

September

19-20 Sat.-Sun. at Dartmouth Invitational Hanover Country Club, Hanover, NH

TBA

October 3-4 Sat.-Sun. at ECAC Championship Kiskiack Golf Club, Williamsburg, VA

TBA

9-10 Fri.-Sat. at Rutgers Invitational TBA Rutgers Golf Course, Piscataway, NJ 18-19 Sun.-Mon. at Bucknell Invitational TBA Bucknell Golf Club, Lewisburg, PA 26-27 Mon.-Tue. at FDU Knights Invitational New Jersey National, Basking Ridge, NJ

TBA

12-13 Sat.-Sun. at Army Mulekicker Classic TBA Army Golf Course, West Point, NY 18-19 Fri.-Sat.

at Bucknell Fall Classic TBA Bucknell Golf Club, Lewisburg, PA

28 Mon.

at Rehoboth Beach Invitational Kings Creek Golf Club, Rehoboth Beach, DE

TBA

October 4-5 Sat.-Sun. at Scotty Duncan Memorial Tournament TBA White Clay Creek Golf Club, Newark, DE 9-10 Fri.-Sat.

at ECAC Championship Blue Heron Pines Golf Club, Egg Harbor, NJ

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26-27 Mon.-Tue. at FDU Knights Invitational TBA New Jersey National, Basking Ridge, NJ

March 20-21 Sat.-Sun. at C&F Bank Intercollegiate Ford’s Colony Country Club, Williamsburg, VA

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26-27 Fri.-Sat.

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at Cincinnati Spring Invitational Plantation Golf Resort, Crystal River, FL

April 9 Fri.

St. Francis (NY)/Wagner Eisenhower Park, East Meadow, NY

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16-18 Fri.-Sun.

at Colonial Athletic Association Championship The Homestead, Hot Springs, VA

28 Wed.

St. Francis (NY) Garden City Country Club, Garden City, NY

March 19-20 Fri.-Sat.

at George Washington Invitational TBA Bear Trap Dunes Golf Club, Bethany Beach, DE

26 Fri.

at Tom Pecora Collegiate Invitational TBA Cherry Valley Club, Garden City, NY

27-28 Sat.-Sun. at Monmouth Invitational TBA Eagle Ridge Golf Club, Lakewood, NJ

April TBA TBA

10-11 Sat.-Sun. at Lafayette Invitational TBA Center Valley Golf Club, Easton, PA 16-18 Fri.-Sun.

at Colonial Athletic Association Championship The Homestead, Hot Springs, VA

20 Tue.

at Saint Peter’s Invitational Neshanic Valley Golf Course, Neshanic Station, NJ

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23 Fri.

at Manhattan Invitational Cherry Creek, Riverhead, NY

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Home events in bold. Dates subject to change. GoHofstra.com

TBA

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