— Aaron Estrada matched his career high with 20 points as Hofstra edged past Princeton 81-77 on Wednesday night.
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— Tyler Burton had 22 points as Richmond beat Hofstra 81-68 on Monday night.
— Eric Ayala made big plays at both ends of the court to help Maryland avoid another surprising loss.
— Tyson Jolly had 21 points as Iona beat Hofstra 82-74 on Tuesday night.
— Zach Cooks had 29 points as Hofstra defeated Duquesne 73-63 on Saturday night.
— Marcus Sasser scored 25 points, Taze Moore added 12 and No. 15 Houston rallied from a 13-point deficit in the second half to defeat Hofstra 83-75 in overtime Tuesday night.
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Queens native Tareq Coburn will join St. John's for the 2021-22 season. Coburn spent the past three years playing at Hofstra.
Speedy Claxton has been promoted to head coach of Hofstra, the school he starred for as a point guard in the late 1990s.
Hofstra coach Joe Mihalich, who missed last season after taking a medical leave, will shift jobs and become a special adviser to the athletic director Rick Cole Jr.
— Darius Burford had 19 points to lead five Elon players in double figures as the eighth-seeded Phoenix upset fourth-seeded Hofstra 76-58 in the semifinals of the Colonial Athletic Association tourney on Monday night.
— Jalen Ray had a career-high 34 points as Hofstra got past Delaware 83-75 in the Colonial Conference Tourney quarterfinals on Sunday.
— Vado Morse posted 16 points and seven rebounds as James Madison stretched its win streak to seven games, narrowly beating Hofstra 74-70 on Sunday to take over first place in the Colonial Athletic Association.
— Matt Lewis had 20 points as James Madison beat Hofstra 93-89 on Saturday.
— Tareq Coburn had 17 points as Hofstra narrowly defeated Drexel 79-74 on Sunday.
— T.J. Bickerstaff had 18 points and six assists and Drexel held off Hofstra's second-half rally with a 73-71 win on Saturday.
— Isaac Kante had a season-high 21 points as Hofstra defeated UNC Wilmington 89-83 on Sunday, scoring the last five points of the game in the final two minutes.
— Isaac Kante scored 18 points and Omar Silverio a career-high 17 as Hofstra rallied past UNC Wilmington 82-73 on Saturday, running its win streak to four games.
— Tareq Coburn scored 26 points, knocking down seven 3-pointers, and Hofstra held off Towson 74-69 on Sunday.
— Isaac Kante scored 12 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Hofstra to a 71-58 win over Towson on Saturday.
— Jalen Ray had 23 points as Hofstra held on to beat Delaware 68-67 on Sunday.
— Andrew Carr and Ryan Allen scored 19 points apiece, and Dylan Painter had 18 points and a career-high 19 rebounds as Delaware defeated Hofstra 74-56 on Friday.
— Tyson Walker scored 23 points, dropping in a career-high seven 3-pointers, and Northeastern swept Hofstra 67-56 on Saturday.
— Shaquille Walters scored nine of his career-high 20 points in overtime as Northeastern defeated Hofstra 81-78 on Thursday.