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Philadelphia, Pa. – Hofstra (5-3, 2-0 CAA) scored three straight goals to break an 8-8 tie and defeated Drexel, 11-9, at Vidas Field in the Inaugural HEADstrong Hero Bowl, a new collegiate men's lacrosse event helping to promote blood cancer awareness and advance the mission of the HEADstrong Foundation™.<br />
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With the score even at eight, Hofstra goalkeeper Chris Selva made a big save on Drexel's (4-4, 0-1) Ben McIntosh to keep it tied. Moments later, with 7:31 left, Drew Coholan put the Pride ahead for good when he converted a pass from Lance Yapor. That was just the start of an outstanding fourth quarter for Coholalan. The senior scored the next two goals to put the Pride up by three. He scored those three goals in a span of 5:25 and finished the day with five goals. Drexel's Mitch de Snoo's man-up goal with 1:09 to play cut the lead to 11-9, but Drexel, despite having possession, couldn't get any closer.<br />
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Hofstra opened the game with three straight scores before Drexel finally got on the board with 2:45 to play in the first period. Mike Malave, Yapor and Sam Llinares each had unassisted goals for the Pride. McIntosh fed Jules Raucci who rifled a shot past Selva to break Drexel's scoring drought. Just six seconds later, the Dragons trimmed it to 3-2. Nick Saputo won the face-off clean and fed Cole Shafer for his first of the game. That would be the last goal of the first quarter. Each team added one goal in the second. Jared Boudreau tied the game with 2:39 to play before intermission, but then Coholan gave the Pride the lead back with just :56 remaining.
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Philadelphia, Pa. – Hofstra (5-3, 2-0 CAA) scored three straight goals to break an 8-8 tie and defeated Drexel, 11-9, at Vidas Field in the Inaugural HEADstrong Hero Bowl, a new collegiate men's lacrosse event helping to promote blood cancer awareness and advance the mission of the HEADstrong Foundation™.

With the score even at eight, Hofstra goalkeeper Chris Selva made a big save on Drexel's (4-4, 0-1) Ben McIntosh to keep it tied. Moments later, with 7:31 left, Drew...
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