Matthew Vowinkel scored Hofstra’s first goal. (Photo courtesy of Hofstra SID)

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. – Mark Lindstrom scored 5:08 into extratime to give UNCW a 3-2 win over the Hofstra University men Saturday in a Colonial Athletic Association matchup at Hofstra Soccer Stadium.

Hofstra (5-5, 2-2), ranked seventh in the latest United Soccer Coaches Atlantic Region poll, twice lost leads. The Seahawks, ranked fifth in the same poll, evened their mark at 5-5-1 overall and 3-0-1 in CAA.

In extratime, UNCW put the pressure on the Pride and forced a corner kick. Danny Reynolds delivered a high ball that the 6-3 Lindstrom headed past goalkeeper Alex Ashton.

The Pride opened the scoring at 20:28 as Lennart Seufert made a run with the ball of the left side and dumped a pass to Adam Savill near the left corner. Savill delivered a cross that Matthew Vowinkel got a right foot on for the goal. But UNCW equalized as Athit Berg’s service to the far post was headed in by Phillip Goodrum at 41:30.

Hofstra opened the second half strong and at 52:49 Storm Strongin gave the Pride the 2-1 lead as he left-footed a loose ball in following a flurry of headers by the UNCW defense in an attempt to clear the ball out of the goal area.

The Seahawks connected for the tying goal at 78:48 when Goodrum found Cannon Tootle and the freshman’s shot from the right side went across the goal mouth into the left corner for his first career goal.

Hofstra visits Albany Tuesday at 7 p.m.