HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- Justin Wright-Foreman had 28 points as Hofstra won its 15th consecutive home game, defeating Towson 91-82 in double overtime on Thursday night.
Wright-Foreman also had eight turnovers but only two assists.
Eli Pemberton, the Pride's second leading scorer heading into the contest at 16 points per game, shot only 20 percent in the game (3 of 15).
Tobias Howard, whose 11 points per game entering the contest ranked second on the Tigers, was held to only 5 points on 2-of-11 shooting.
The Pride improve to 2-0 against the Tigers on the season. Hofstra defeated Towson 84-61 on Jan. 26. Hofstra faces James Madison at home on Saturday. Towson plays Northeastern on the road on Saturday.
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