This is John Danowski’s Hofstra versus an ECAC dominant Massachusetts program in the 2006 NCAA Quarterfinals. With the game being played at “neutral site” Stony Brook, Long Island was an absolute madhouse for Hofstra in this game. But, as it turns out, it was the Minutemen outlasting the Pride in overtime, 13-12, to move on. UMass would eventually play for the National Championship, losing to Virginia.
It’s wild. It’s wonderful. It’s all in the Lacrosse Film Study library for you enjoyment.
UMass v Hofstra 2006 Quarterfinals LaxIQ
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