HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- Sophomore attackman Brendan Glass had three goals and two assists to lead No. 13 Massachusetts to an 11-5 upset of No. 8 Hofstra yesterday before 3,307 at Hofstra Stadium.
The Minutemen (2-1) scored the first five goals and led 8-2 at halftime, chasing Flying Dutchman goalie Mark Spruyt out of the game 3:36 into the second quarter. Buddy Hoffman added two goals and an assist for Massachusetts, which has won two straight since a season-opening loss at Virginia.
The Minutemen outshot Hofstra 37-30, including 12-3 in the first quarter.
Kevin Jacobs had a goal and three assists to lead Hofstra (3-1), which won 13 of 19 faceoffs.