Eli Pemberton had a season-high 26 points as Hofstra won its 14th consecutive game, topping Charleston 86-72 on Saturday.
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- 11/9W 79-61
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- 12/8W 89-73
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- 12/19W 71-64
- 12/22ROSEW 107-54
- 12/28W 91-46
- 12/30W 89-75
- 1/5W 75-72
- 1/10W 93-90
- 1/12W 74-71
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Eli Pemberton scored 24 points and Justin Wright-Foreman scored 15 of his 19 total in the second half and Hofstra beat UNC Wilmington 87-72 on Thursday night.
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