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    Sports in Brief

    The Women’s Volleyball team was swept by the Bearcats when they traveled to Binghamton Friday evening. The Seawolves lost three games to none in their last regular season away match. The loss dropped Stony Brook’s record to 12-15, 5-5 in the America East Conference while Binghamton improved to 13-15, with 7-2 in conference play.

    Despite their overall losing record, the Seawolves still sit in third place in the America East Conference standings behind Albany and Binghamton. Morgan Sweeney continued her dominant season with a total of 14 kills on the match while Gulce Nazli Dikecligil added 12 kills and Kaitlyn Deutsch racked up 34 assists.

    The Seawolves wrap up their regular season with two home matches on Wednesday and Thursday against Albany and Hartford, respectively.

    Quarterback Josh Dudash was named Offensive Player of the Week by the Northeast Conference (NEC) this Monday. With Stony Brook’s dominating win over Wagner Saturday night, Dudash demonstrated his leadership and offensive prowess. In that game, he racked up 393 yards on 27 passes.

    The junior also has the best passing record in the conference for the season and is ranked second in both total offense and passing efficiency. Last season, took up his position as starting quarterback and became the sixth player in Stony Brook history to throw for over 2000 yards. Dudash also threw the game winning touchdown that earned the Seawolves a share in the NEC title last season. Dudash was also named Athlete of the Week by the Stony Brook Athletic department.

    Coaches Andy Ronan and Amy Gosztyla were named Women’s Cross Country Coaching Staff of the Year by the America East Conference. This is the second year in a row that Ronan and Gosztyla have garnered this award. The award was decided by fellow coaches in the AEC after the Championships on October 28th, where Stony Brook put in a third place finish.

    The Cross Country, All-Academic team was also named this week. Shaun Krawitz and Dana Hastie represent the Seawolves with this honor. Members of the team have placed in the top-ten in the conference championships and have at least a 3.0 average from the academic semester prior to competition.

    The Cross Country team continues their season with the Eastern College Athletic Conference/ Intercollegiate Conference for Amateur Athletes (ECAC/IC4A) Championships this Saturday.

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