36 results total, viewing 1 - 10
Oceanside’s girls’ soccer team is enjoying one of its best seasons in school history and remains unbeaten as it enters the final week of the regular season. more
Already leading by 14 thanks to a late opening-half touchdown, Oceanside took the wind out of Baldwin and its large Homecoming crowd early in the third quarter of last Saturday’s Nassau Conference I football matchup. more
What a difference a year has made for Oceanside’s boys’ soccer program. After failing to win a game a year ago, the Sailors are undefeated through the first go-round in Nassau Conference AA-I and earned back-to-back wins against one of the state’s top-ranked teams and the defending county champions over a span of three days. more
For the third time in as many weeks, Freeport flexed its muscle on both sides of the ball and blanked its opponent in the first half on the way to an impressive Nassau Conference I victory. more
The 2017 soccer season was one that was laden with inconsistency at Oceanside. The Lady Sailors got off to a fast start, but struggled down the stretch and were eliminated by Farmingdale in the opening round of the Nassau Class AA playoffs. more
Patrick Turk is hungry for his first win as Oceanside’s boys’ soccer coach. Turk, who has been with the program for over a decade, took over as the bench boss with the varsity team last year and, with about three-quarters of the 2016 playoff squad gone, saw the Sailors go 0-10-1 with just five goals scored. more
In its first season under coach Steve Price, Molloy women’s soccer team posted a winning mark (5-3) against East Coast Conference rivals and earned its first berth in the ECC Tournament since 2011. more
After back-to-back successful conference seasons that ended with tournament disappointments, Hofstra men’s soccer is seeking a postseason breakthrough in 2018. more
Hofstra’s women’s soccer team enters the 2018 season with a target on its back after a dominating Colonial Athletic Association campaign last year culminated in a conference crown. more
With the 2018-19 Long Island Nets season on the horizon, a new mascot has landed on Long Island. "Dale the Eagle" boldly swooped into NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum during the team’s inaugural Hoop Fest on Aug. 25. more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.