The Student News Site of Stony Brook University

The Statesman

48° Stony Brook, NY
The Student News Site of Stony Brook University

The Statesman

The Student News Site of Stony Brook University

The Statesman

Newsletter

    Out of Town Update

    The football team dropped their third straight game this past Saturday when they played New Hampshire at Cowell Stadium. Stony Brook got blasted by a score of 62-7 by the Wildcats. In the first quarter, New Hampshire dominated the scoreboard until the last minute of play.
    In their last possession of the quarter, the Seawolves drove forward for a total of 79 yards. In the final play, with less than a minute left on the clock, freshman Anthony Hamilton received the snap and pushed up the field ten yards for his first collegiate touchdown.
    But in the second quarter, the Wildcats completely shutdown the field, scoring on all five of their possessions in the first part of the quarter. The teams headed into the locker-room with the scoreboard reading 41-7 at the half.
    The Wildcats came back to complete the annihilation, totaling 417 rushing yards on 55 carries for a total of 62 points over the two halves. Stony Brook was led by quarterback Josh Dudash, who completed 10 of 17 passes for a total of 112 yards. Steve Austin led the Seawolves on the ground with 67 yards on 10 carries.
    The Seawolves continue their road trip on Saturday against UMass.

    The Volleyball team traveled to Milwaukee for the Marquette Challenge this past weekend. Friday night, they played an exhibition against Manitoba, which they won 3-2, which broke their downward spiral. Unfortunately, when the pressure was on, the team couldn’t come through.
    Despite great offensive runs by Morgan Sweaney and Gulce Nazli Dikecligil, the Seawolves dropped two matches against San Francisco (3-0) and Marquette (3-2). Sweaney totaled over 50 kills in the three matches, maintaining her lead in the America East Conference for total kills.
    The team is back in action next weekend when the travel to the St. Francis Invitational to play St. Francis, Princeton and Coppin State.

    The Men’s Cross Country team placed third at the recent Boston College Invitational behind Providence and Boston College. Brian Farrell led the Seawolves with an eighth place finish, followed by Alex Felce, who finished twelfth.
    On the Women’s side, Dana Hastie led the Seawolves to a number one finish at the Fordham Invitational this past Saturday. Hastie took the individual title, helping Stony Brook top Sacred Heart and St. John’s.

    The Men’s Soccer team took a loss against Missouri State in overtime on Friday night, dropping their record to 1-6. The Bears struck first, scoring in the 72nd minute, but the Seawolves even it up in the 86th minute with a goal by freshman Oscar Leis. From 22 yards out, the ball sailed over the goalie’s head and straight into the net.
    The rest of regulation remained scoreless, but in the 7th minute of overtime, Missouri’s Joe Welch scored with a cross off a Stony Brook defender.
    The Seawolves try to answer back with a game at home on Tuesday against Adelphi.

    Leave a Comment
    Donate to The Statesman

    Your donation will support the student journalists of Stony Brook University. Your contribution will allow us to purchase equipment and cover our annual website hosting costs.

    More to Discover
    Donate to The Statesman

    Comments (0)

    All The Statesman Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *