Top moments in Long Island college athletics

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Look back at the 11 biggest moments in the history of Long Island college sports.

Compiled by Steven Marcus

1. 1999-2000 Speedy Claxton leads Hofstra men's basketball
(Credit: Newsday/Paul J. Bereswill)

1. 1999-2000
Speedy Claxton leads Hofstra men's basketball to an America East title and a bid to the NCAA Tournament.

2. 2000-01 Hofstra men's basketball earns its second
(Credit: Newsday/J. Conrad Williams Jr.)

2. 2000-01
Hofstra men's basketball earns its second consecutive NCAA bid.

3. 2012 Stony Brook baseball team advances to
(Credit: AP)

3. 2012
Stony Brook baseball team advances to its first College World Series.

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4. 1999 Hofstra's I-AA football team finishes the
(Credit: Newsday/Joseph D. Sullivan)

4. 1999
Hofstra's I-AA football team finishes the season 10-1, ranked fifth in the nation.

5. 2010 Stony Brook men’s lacrosse wins the
(Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan)

5. 2010
Stony Brook men’s lacrosse wins the America East title to advance to the NCAA Tournament. They lose to Virginia, 10-9, in the quarterfinals, one victory short of the NCAA Final Four.

6. 1977-78 Stony Brook men’s basketball makes the

6. 1977-78
Stony Brook men’s basketball makes the NCAA Division III Final Four.

7. 1976-77 Hofstra men's basketball team goes 23-7
(Credit: Hofstra Athletic Communications)

7. 1976-77
Hofstra men's basketball team goes 23-7 and makes the NCAA Tournament.

8. 2008-11 Adelphi women’s lacrosse wins three straight
(Credit: Joe Rogate)

8. 2008-11
Adelphi women’s lacrosse wins three straight Division II titles.

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9. 1974 Adelphi men’s soccer wins the Division
(Credit: Adelphi Athletic Communications)

9. 1974
Adelphi men’s soccer wins the Division II national title.

10. 2012 Dowling men's lacrosse wins the NCAA
(Credit: Newsday/Robert E. Klein)

10. 2012
Dowling men's lacrosse wins the NCAA Division II title.

11. 2006 Dowling men's soccer wins the NCAA
(Credit: Bob Mitchell)

11. 2006
Dowling men's soccer wins the NCAA Division II title.

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