No. 26 Alyssa Cardillo scored three goals in three (MANJU SHIVACHARAN / THE STATESMAN)
The Stony Brook University Sailing Team started this semester ranked 43rd out of 52 teams in the Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate Racing Association (MAISA). As their successful spring season campaign winds down they are now ranked 22nd. The team qualified for the Second Tier Regional Conference Championships within MAISA.
The Stony Brook Baseball team traveled to UMass Lowell over the weekend for a three-game stretch against the River Hawks and came away with one win and two defeats. This was Stony Brook’s first conference series loss on the season, dropping their overall record to 22-13 on the season and their record in America East play to 8-3.
Joe Spallina holds a multitude of titles: Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse coach, New York Lizards coach, coach of his son’s football and lacrosse teams and, most important of them all, dad. Many would say he is crazy for taking on all of this responsibility, but in Spallina’s mind, it is all for the love of the game.
The Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse team beat a nationally ranked team in Albany last week, yet managed to fall a spot to No. 17 in the IWLCA Coaches Poll. The Seawolves took that disrespect gracefully, and channeled it into a nine-goal blitz in the opening 13 minutes of the game to beat New Hampshire, 15-5.
Junior Allison Cukrov dominated her opponents this week, and in honor of this, the America East Conference decided to name her Pitcher of the Week. Cukrov went 4-0 this week and allowed a total of three runs in 26 innings, en route to the victories against Columbia, Hofstra and a pair against UMass-Lowell for the first place Seawolves.