That’s 4-0 for Hofstra.

Brendan Kavanagh and Ryan Tierney scored four goals apiece and goalie Jack Concannon stopped 17 shots to lead the unbeaten Pride to an 11-9 men’s lacrosse victory over Georgetown on Saturday in Washington.

The start is Hofstra’s best since 2011, when the team won its first five and went 13-3.

“I’m so happy for our guys. They fought hard today,” Pride coach Seth Tierney said.

Jimmy Yanes, who tied the game at 1 with an unassisted goal, and Michael Diener also scored for Hofstra.

Kavanagh scored once in the first and second quarters and then added consecutive goals early in the fourth quarter to break a 9-9 tie. His four points are a career-high. Tierney upped his point total to 17. Junior Dylan Alderman added a goal and two assists.

Fourteen of Concannon’s saves came in the first half.

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Georgetown (0-4) was led by Daniel Bucaro’s three goals and an assist.

Georgetown outshot the Pride, 43-34, while Hofstra picked up 30 ground balls to the Hoyas 25. Georgetown also won 17 of 24 faceoffs behind Peter Tagliaferri, who captured 13 of 18.