It is easy to attribute SBU missing out on the NCAA Tournament to one play in particular, but outside of inexperience, it was scoring the basketball that most often hurt SBU.
Sophomore Chris Braley and junior Scott King will be transferring from Stony Brook after signing their release letters.
On Saturday afternoon, the Seawolves looked to continue their six-game undefeated streak on the road against America East rival New Hampshire.
Stony Brook dealt with a serious case of déjà vu in its first-round CBI matchup with Mercer, falling at the hands of Ike Nwamu’s game-winner with 1.2 seconds to go.
Last week, the women’s lacrosse team heated up in Florida to take down the No. 6 Gators before heading to the snowy setting of their America East opener at New Hampshire.
In the first home games of the season on Wednesday, the Stony Brook softball team swept a double-header against Central Connecticut State.
The snow and ice that covered the Campus Recreation Field Complex was more than an inconvenience to sports clubs that needed to maintain their practice and game schedules.
The Seawolves are far from charging out of the tunnel with the fight song blaring or the smell of grills fired up in the parking lot, but (spring) football season is here.
Coaches will take a win any way they can get one. SBU's Matt Senk was not happy on Wednesday when umpires decided to call the matchup with Sacred Heart after 6.5 innings.
Christa Scognamiglio broke onto the Stony Brook women’s basketball scene as the calendar flipped to 2015, but she was not able to save the Seawolves’ season last Thursday