Families from all over Long Island converged on Hofstra University on Sunday, Feb. 28 for the Pride’s Women’s Basketball game against James Madison University.
While the hometown team escaped with 75-73 win, these families were there for a different reason – to support someone going through a similar plight.
The Farmingdale High School boys’ swim team recently competed at the Nassau County Championships at Eisenhower Park Aquatic Center and had a total of 28 swims in the preliminary heats, 20 of them were personal bests. The LI Swim Officials Association also honored them as the winner of the Sportsmanship Award.
The Dalers boys’ basketball team (6-10 overall) hosted the Syosset Braves (6-9 overall) on Monday, Feb. 14. Regardless of the outcome, this would be the final game of the season for Farmingdale, who had not done well enough to qualify for the playoffs.
Dom Murray collapsed on the Farmingdale State College (FSC) basketball court during a game of pickup at age 17 in October of 2009. Murray fell unexpectedly in sudden cardiac arrest, a disease his father had also suffered and died from four years prior.
The Dalers boys’ basketball team (6-9 overall, 3-7 in-conference) hosted the Oceanside Sailors on the afternoon of Friday, Feb. 11.
The Dalers’ focus was on the Sailors’ point guard, Gene Garay, an all-around athlete who Farmingdale recognized as Oceanside’s All-Long Island wide receiver as well.
On Friday, Feb. 4 the Dalers’ varsity boys’ basketball team (6-7 overall, 3-5 in-conference) hosted the Freeport Red Devils (11-2 overall; 6-2 in-conference.)
Head Coach Chris Mooney earned his 200th career victory Monday, Jan. 31 with an 81-55 win over non-conference opponent the College of Staten Island. Mooney is currently in his 11th season as head coach of the women’s basketball team at Farmingdale State College. Coach Mooney now holds an outstanding career record of 200-90 (.690 winning percentage).
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