Kylie Ohlmiller and Courtney Murphy led the way once again for the No. 6 Seawolves offensively as Stony Brook women’s lacrosse routed UMBC 13-7 in Baltimore on Friday night.
The baseball team has turned from one with an offense that would have to secure every victory to one that is balanced and determined to make some noise.
Tempers flared, legs were slashed and goals were scarce. Such is life when Stony Brook and Albany clash in women’s lacrosse.
On Saturday afternoon, the Seawolves looked to continue their six-game undefeated streak on the road against America East rival New Hampshire.
Looking to avenge last season’s 14-1 demolition at the hands of the Florida Gators, the Seawolves knew it would be a difficult fight against the No. 6 team in the nation.
On paper, the Stony Brook Seawolves and Notre Dame Fighting Irish lacrosse match was going to be a tight one.
After defeating Towson for the second year in a row in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse team succumbed to arguably the best team in the
Time and time again during the first round of the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championships, Stony Brook coach Joe Spallina implored his team to use “patience and poise.”
Stony Brook proved to be too much for Monmouth on Wednesday, as they were able to defeat the Hawks 13-0. It was the first ever shutout in the programs history. The
For the second consecutive year, the Seawolves are ranked in the Brine Media Preseason Poll. They are coming off their best season in school history, where they finished 17-3