The Seawolves defeated the Albany Great Danes 3-2 on Friday night, snapping a four-game losing streak and a two-game conference losing streak.
Before they begin their inaugural season playing at the brand new Stony Brook Arena, the SBU men’s basketball team will get to celebrate another first.
The Stony Brook men’s and women’s cross-country team visited Central Connecticut State University on Friday to take part in a CCSU Mini-Meet.
With its 1-0 loss at New Hampshire on Sunday, the Stony Brook women’s soccer team lost hope of qualifying for the America East Tournament, finishing the season in 7th place in the conference.
In each of their previous four losses, the Seawolves have surrendered a big play that cost them the game. Saturday’s loss to #3/5 New Hampshire was no different.
This Friday night, the Stony Brook women’s volleyball team played host to the Hartford Hawks, in what ended up being a dominant win for the Seawolves as they thoroughly outclassed their opponent.
Taylor Gillie walked into Pritchard Gym after volleyball practice with a knee brace on. “It’s preventative,” she explained.
A trip up to New Hampshire will place the Stony Brook football team (4-4) in Cowell Stadium, where the Seawolves will face the New Hampshire Wildcats (5-1) on Saturday at 3 p.m.
On Tuesday night, the Stony Brook women’s volleyball team hosted a tough Seton Hall opponent in a non-conference game.
Stony Brook does not have the greatest rushing offense in the conference, as the Seawolves are sitting middle of the road at seventh. Averaging 158.5 yards per game, this is not a great total.
The Seawolves men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in the Princeton Invitational in Princeton, N.J. on Saturday afternoon. The men’s team finished 20th overall. The women finished fourth.
Saturday afternoon against Elon, Chuck Priore coached his 100th game for the Seawolves. Team delivered a 20-3 victory over the Phoenix in a matchup at Rhodes Stadium.