Hofstra withstood Princeton's early barrage, using a dominant face-off performance from John Antonaides and a huge edge in time of possession to knock off Princeton 11-9 in front of 2,180 at Shuart Stadium Saturday in a matchup of teams ranked seventh in one poll and eighth in the other.
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