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.
Despite dominating large portions of play and holding a large lead in shot attempts, the SBU women’s soccer team was defeated 2-0 by the visiting Sacred Heart Pioneers.
When San Diego Padres and former Seawolves outfielder Travis Jankowski made his MLB debut on Friday against the St. Louis Cardinals, he did so in very impressive fashion.
Kathy Fletcher, not one to settle, is looking to improve her game this year as well by becoming more consistent in her last season as a Seawolf.
“Our goal is the same every year,” head coach Sue Ryan said. “To put us in a position to win the America East Championship so we can play in NCAA matches.”
SBU lost 25-23, 25-22, 18-25, 25-13 in the first game of a weekend tournament at Penn State University.
The team fell 3-1 to the Central Connecticut Blue Devils on Thursday, pushing its losing streak to three in the first three games of the season.
With a schedule stocked with some of the nation’s best teams, head coach Coley Pawlikowski and her squad will not be in for an easy ride.
2014 was not the finest season for the SBU football team. But if you were to spend any time around the team during camp this year, you would not know that this was the case.
“It was a new challenge that I embraced and I definitely think it made me mentally stronger and made me work that much harder.”