Pride's run comes up short

Pride's run comes up short

There are 1 comment on the Newsday story from Mar 7, 2009, titled Pride's run comes up short. In it, Newsday reports that:

The ball was in Charles Jenkins' hands, where it's supposed to be. The game was on the line, which is how things have gone for Hofstra, which at that point was 13-2 in games decided by five or fewer points or ...

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Jim of Oceanside NY

New Hyde Park, NY

#1 Mar 8, 2009
For fairness sake Hofstra should be playing mens basketball in a more local conference . Some of the calls and non-calls of fouls
have a way of breaking momentum and when Hofstra fell out of their 18 to 2 run in this last game I knew that bad calls would do them in. The Colonial conference seems to always get the teams they want to advance to advance.

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