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October 7, 2012
November 9   at Kent State   7 15   Illinois State   7 17   at Penn   4 Anaheim (Calif.) Classic 22   St. Mary's   4:30 23   Xavier or Pacific   3:30       or 6 25   Georgia Tech, Cal, Rice or Drake   TBA December 1   Rider   noon 4   at Tennessee St.   TBA 8   at Princeton   2 16   at Fairfield   4 22   Davidson   8 31   St. Joseph's   4 January 2   at Georgia State   7 5   Towson   4 8   Northeastern   7 12   at James Madison   4    19   at William & Mary   2 23   at Hofstra   7 26   Georgia State   noon 28   Delaware   7 31   at George Mason   7 February 2   at Northeastern   6 7   Old Dominion   7 10   James Madison   7 14   George Mason   7 18   Hofstra   7 21   at Delaware   7 23   at Towson   noon 28   at Old Dominion*   7 March 2   UNC Wilmington   7 9-11   CAA Championship Richmond, Va.
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September 8, 2012 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Carlton Koonce was just getting his feet wet in college football when he was forced to take an unexpected detour. The former Rancocas Valley running back was growing accustomed to life as a college student-athlete, having earned a football scholarship to Hofstra. Then, after his redshirt freshman season in 2009, Hofstra discontinued football, leaving Koonce and his teammates to go through recruiting once again. No hit by a defensive lineman could have blindsided Koonce more. "It came as a shock," Koonce said earlier this week by phone.
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September 8, 2012 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Columnist
Carlton Koonce was just getting his feet wet in college football when he was forced to take an unexpected detour. The former Rancocas Valley running back was growing accustomed to life as a college student-athlete, having earned a football scholarship to Hofstra. Then, after his redshirt freshman season in 2009, Hofstra discontinued football, leaving Koonce and his teammates to go through recruiting once again. No hit by a defensive lineman could have blindsided Koonce more. "It came as a shock," Koonce said earlier this week by phone.
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February 12, 2012 | By Aaron Bracy, For The Inquirer
With so many quality options on offense, Chris Fouch has played a supporting role for Drexel this season. After leading the Dragons in scoring last season, Fouch entered Saturday's game against Hofstra ranked fourth on the team. But the junior sharpshooter still can light it up when needed as he did against the Pride when Fouch paced the white-hot Dragons with 25 points in a 78-67 victory over Hofstra at the Daskalakis Athletic Center. It was the 13th straight win and 19th in 20 games for Drexel (21-5, 13-2 Colonial Athletic Association)
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February 12, 2012 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
This story has been corrected from the version that appeared in Sunday's print edition. St. Joseph's had four players score in double figures on Saturday, but one who didn't made the biggest impact on the game. Sophomore forward Halil Kanacevic had six points, 15 rebounds, and six assists as the Hawks won a 73-62 decision over Massachusetts in a key Atlantic Ten game at Hagan Arena. The top four teams earn first-round byes to the conference tournament and the next four host first-round games.
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February 12, 2012 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
St. Joseph's had four players score in double figures, but it was one who didn't that made the biggest impact. Sophomore forward Halil Kanacevic had six points, 15 rebounds and six assists as the Hawks (16-10, 6-5 A-10) won a 73-62 decision over the Massachusetts (18-7, 7-4) on Saturday in a key Atlantic 10 game at Hagan Arena. The top four teams earn first-round byes to the conference tournament and the next four will host opening round games. Currently, five A-10 teams have fewer losses than the Hawks.
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February 11, 2012 | By Aaron Bracy, FOR THE INQUIRER
With so many quality options on offense, Chris Fouch has played a supporting role for Drexel this season. After leading the Dragons in scoring last season, Fouch entered Saturday's game against Hofstra ranked fourth on the team. But the junior sharpshooter still can light it up when needed as he did against the Pride when Fouch paced the white-hot Dragons with 25 points in a 78-67 victory over Hofstra at the Daskalakis Athletic Center. It was the 13th straight win and 19th in 20 games for Drexel (21-5, 13-2 Colonial Athletic Association)
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January 27, 2012
ELENA DELLE DONNE trumped herself, scoring a season-high 41 points in Delaware's 84-66 rout of visiting Colonial Athletic Association foe Hofstra in women's basketball action last night. Delle Donne added 15 rebounds in what marked her third 40-point game of the season for the Blue Hens (17-1, 8-0 Colonial Athletic Association), who won their seventh straight. Shante Evans scored 22 to lead Hofstra (14-5, 6-2). In another women's game:   * At Richmond, Kamile Nacickaite scored a game-high 17 points to lead Drexel past Virginia Commonwealth, 47-41.
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January 19, 2012 | By Chris R. Vaccaro, For The Inquirer
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. - Hofstra bit at Drexel's heels and clawed back after trailing by as many as 10 points to make it a game in the second half Wednesday night. It seemed as if the Pride were on the way to their first Colonial Athletic Association win of the season. But the Dragons had other ideas, and held on for a 56-50 win at the Mack Sports Complex on Long Island. Drexel (13-5 overall, 5-2 CAA) has won five straight and 11 of its last 12 games. "We got lucky tonight," said Dragons coach Bruiser Flint.
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