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.
Stony Brook women’s lacrosse demonstrated its prowess and pulled away from the visiting UMBC Retrievers, winning 16-5 on a Friday evening conference semifinal game.
The women’s lacrosse team has gone from setting out to prove people wrong to proving itself right this season. The team enters the AE Championships on Friday evening.
Junior Ahmad Walker, a year after leaving the Seawolves for Barton Community College, will come back to Stony Brook as a JUCO transfer and be available for next season.
Senior catcher Cole Peragine took advantage of his second chance to win a game on Senior Day against the Hartford Hawks on Saturday.
Seniors Shayla Giosia and Allison Cukrov led the Seawolves in a sweep of the UMBC Retrievers this weekend.
On Sunday afternoon at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium, the Seawolves took home their third-consecutive America East Women’s Lacrosse championship in a 11-8 defeat of rival Albany.
Adrian Coxson may not have been selected in the NFL Draft, but immediately following the final pick, Coxson confirmed that he signed a contract with the Green Bay Packers.
Stony Brook fell to Albany yet again, this time in men's lacrosse, as the Great Danes won their third-straight America East Championship, 22-9, Saturday morning.
Stony Brook men's lacrosse, led by Senior Mike Rooney, defeated the Vermont Catamounts 16-13 in the America East Semifinals on Thursday afternoon at Albany's Bob Ford Field.