The Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse team took the driver’s seat in the America East Conference on Saturday afternoon with a big 8-4 win over rival Albany.
The Stony Brook Men’s Lacrosse team continues to suffer through a rough patch. They fell to Albany 17-7 on Saturday night at John Fallon Field on the campus of UAlbany.
The Stony Brook offense was red hot this weekend as they swept the Binghamton Bearcats in three games. The Seawolves, who are now 20-11 overall and 7-1 in America East play, had 37 hits on the weekend.
In most sports, when the top players are not playing well, you generally lose the game. The Stony Brook Softball team was able to overcome that on Thursday afternoon, and defeat the Hofstra Pride 3-2 at University Field.
The Stony Brook women’s lacrosse team faced a challenge that they haven’t had to confront very often this season in their 11-9 win over Yale. That challenge: a deficit.
The Stony Brook softball team redeemed itself in a 5-0 victory against Columbia after being shutout in the first game 1-0 in a doubleheader.
The Stony Brook Baseball team played back-to-back games against teams from New York, and won both games. They defeated Iona on Tuesday 6-4 in comeback fashion in New Rochelle, and defeated Manhattan today 16-4 at Joe Nathan Field.
The Stony Brook softball team went into this weekend winning four of their first five conference games, winning two of three at home against Albany and then sweeping two games from UMBC.
Courtney Murphy (#18) is a freshman on the Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse team, but she is playing like a star senior would. In fact, she has already broken the school records for most points (eight) and goals (seven) for a freshman debut and is just one goal shy of tying the record of most goals (nine) in one game.
The Seawolves headed up to West Hartford, Conn. this weekend to participate in the Dodd Stadium College Baseball Classic. SBU went on to pick up wins over Bryant and UConn on Saturday, before falling to the Bulldogs on Sunday afternoon.
The Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse team was the road team on Sunday afternoon, but controlled the unfamiliar field as if it were their own in a 16-3 rout over Binghamton. An opening 9-0 run by the Seawolves made for a huge start that would propel Stony Brook to an easy victory.
Frankie Caridi continues her superb season with another Defensive Player of the Week award, her fifth of the season and her second win in a row. Caridi’s goaltending has led the Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse team to hold the nation’s top scoring defense, while individually leading the country in save percentage and goals-against average.