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Hofstra Pride Basketball Tickets
Team: Hofstra Pride
Location: Hempstead, N.Y.
Arena: David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex
Conference: Colonial Athletic Association
Coach: Joe Mihalich
Hofstra Pride Basketball TicketsThe Pride is set to take on all the top teams in the Colonial Athletic Association to prove its dominance in the conference. The postseason history of the Hofstra Pride includes four appearances in the Division I NCAA Tournament. Its most recent March Madness appearance was in 2001. Hofstra advanced to the second round in the NCAA tournament twice — in 1976 and 1977. The Pride has also been invited to participate in the National Invitation Tournament on six occasions. Hofstra's eight regular season conference championships include two in the CAA. The Pride also won four conference championships when competing as a member of the East Coast Conference and two more while in the American East Conference. Joe Mihalich is the man in command at Hofstra, and he has the troops eager to do battle with some of the strongest teams in college basketball. Grab your Hofstra Pride tickets at StubHub.
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What's the Hofstra Pride's home venue?The Hofstra Pride calls the David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex home. The arena seats more than 5,000 fans and features a cutting-edge electronic scoreboard. This air-conditioned facility features five ticket windows and four concession stands. In addition to showcasing both the men and women basketball teams for the Hofstra Pride, The Mack complex is home to community events like high school graduations and wrestling championships.
Who are some of the best former Hofstra Pride basketball players?One of the all-time best players for the pride was Craig Claxton. He was selected by the Philadelphia 76ers with the 20th pick in the NBA draft in 2000. "Speedy" Claxton spent eight years in the NBA and was a member of one championship team. The only other first-round pick who played college basketball at Hofstra is Rick Laurel. He was the 19th pick in the 1977 draft and played one season in the NBA. Hofstra's Charles Jenkins was drafted by the Golden State Warriors with its second pick in the 2011 NBA draft. Jenkins spent two years in the NBA. The latest Pride alumni to make it to the NBA is Justin Wright-Foreman. The second-round pick is currently a member of the Utah Jazz.
Who is the coach of the Hofstra Pride?The Hofstra Pride has enjoyed a resurgence under present head coach Joe Mihalich. The Pride won 115 games in Mihalich's first six years and has averaged 21 wins per year over the last five seasons. The Hofstra Pride set a school record with 27 victories for the 2018-2019 season. However, the team missed out on March Madness when it lost in the CAA conference tournament. Instead, the Pride earned a spot in the NIT. Mihalich's ability to recruit is evident in the fact a Pride player has won Player of the Year honors in the MAAC for the last three seasons. This also means the Hofstra Pride will be a force to be reckoned with in the conference for the foreseeable future.
What are some upcoming games that Hofstra Pride fans can look forward to?The Hofstra Pride welcomes the William and Mary Tribe to Homestead, N.Y., on Jan. 2. Another conference rival, the Elon Phoenix comes to town two days later. Towson will make its challenge at the David Mack Complex Feb. 27. The regular season ends for the Pride with a home game against the James Madison Dukes.
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