Hofstra (25-10)

    Taze Moore sinks corner 3 to force OT

    Taze Moore gets the ball after a steal by Jamal Shead and knocks down a clutch corner 3-pointer to force overtime between Hofstra and Houston.

    HOF 75, HOU 83

    Houston's Reggie Chaney throws down a dunk on a defender

    Reggie Chaney drives to the basket and elevates to emphatically flush down a dunk right in a defender's face.

    HOF 75, HOU 83

    Josh Carlton posterizes a defender inside

    Josh Carlton gets the inside pass and steps up to flush down a powerful two-handed dunk in the face of a defender.

    HOF 75, HOU 83

    Myles Johnson shows off with block, impressive handles

    Rutgers' Myles Johnson blocks a shock, then shows off his handles in an impressive sequence of events.

    HOF 56, RUTG 70

    Bruins fall to Pride despite Hill's 24 points

    UCLA men's basketball fell to Hofstra 88-78 for its first loss of the season on Thursday. The defeat came despite Jalen Hill's career-high 24 points. Hill also added 12 rebounds for his second double-double of the year. But it was not enough to get past Hofstra, which got its first-ever win against a Pac-12 opponent. The loss drops UCLA to 4-1 on the young season. The Bruins will get back in action on Monday when they take on BYU.

    HOF 88, UCLA 78

    Foreman gets the clean steal for the fast-break dunk

    Hofstra's Justin Wright-Foreman slaps the ball out of Shawn Occeus's hands and takes it all the way for the dunk.

    NE 82, HOF 74

    Great ball movement leads to Green dunk

    Northeastern's Donnell Gresham Jr. drives to the basket and dumps it off to Anthony Green for the dunk.

    NE 82, HOF 74

    Hofstra's prayer at buzzer is answered for game-winner

    Justin Wright-Foreman finished with 42 points and banked in a running 3-pointer at the buzzer to stun Northeastern for Hofstra's 10th straight win.

    NE 72, HOF 75

    Hofstra at Maryland | Big Ten Basketball

    Bruno Fernando came off the bench to deliver 17 points and seven rebounds as part of a balanced offense as Maryland defeated Hofstra 80-69 on Friday.

    HOF 69, MD 80

    Clemson vs Hofstra Basketball Highlights (2017)

    Clemson vs Hofstra: Donte Grantham had 22 points to lead Clemson 78-59 win over Hofstra.

    CLEM 78, HOF 59