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The Stony Brook football team gave Army its fourth defeat of the season while improving their record to 3-1. (Nelson Oliveira / The Statesman)

Stony Brook football beats Army 23-3 in a historic victory

Amy Streifer October 2, 2012

“It’s the first time for Stony Brook, and I’m excited for us to say that we are the first team to do that in Stony Brook history,” running back Miguel Maysonet said of the historic victory. Maysonet,...

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The Seawolves came back in the fourth quarter to defeat Colgate in the 2012 Homecoming game. Kevin Lizarazo/The Statesman

Homecoming 2012: Stony Brook defeats Colgate 32-31

Amy Streifer September 24, 2012

A crowd of 10,278 flocked inside LaValle Stadium during homecoming on Saturday night to see their Stony Brook Seawolves defeat Colgate 32-31. It was a close game for the home team, but runningback...

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The Seawolves fell to Syracuse this weekend 28-17. Frank Posillico/The Statesman

New York Matchup: Stony Brook falls 28-17 to Syracuse

Amy Streifer September 17, 2012

Stony Brook’s football team dominated the first half against Syracuse University, but the speed of the game and late penalties cost the Seawolves their third game of the season. The 28-17 win...

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Running back Marcus Coker scored two touchdowns in the first quarter. Stony Brook dominated Pace University with a 77-7 win. (Kenneth Ho / The Statesman)

No Mercy: Stony Brook sets school record with 77-7 Win over Pace

Amy Streifer September 8, 2012

Despite the tornado watch looming on Long Island, Stony Brook’s football team dominated Pace University’s Setters during the second game of the Seawolves’ season. This is the first time that Stony...

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SBU headed to CAA

Amy Streifer September 5, 2012

This season will be the last one that the Stony Brook University football team plays in the Big South Conference. “We’re incredibly excited about CAA. The opportunities are tremendous,” Stony...

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Maysonet set for another big season

Amy Streifer September 5, 2012

Miguel Maysonet was a standout player when he played for Riverhead High School, and he has been impressive thus far during his stint on Stony Brook’s football team. As a senior in high school in 2009,...

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The Red Zone: Football Preview

Amy Streifer September 5, 2012

If up and coming football powerhouses are your thing, then Stony Brook University is the place to be. The Stony Brook football team has won or shared Big South titles in all of its last three seasons,...

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Local yogurt shop near Stony Brook open its doors

Amy Streifer September 5, 2012

Looking for a new local place to have some delicious frozen yogurt?  Sweet Frog is the spot for you.  On its website, Sweet Frog says that its concept is to be a bright, positive, family-friendly environment...

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Former Iowa running back, Marcus Moker, makes his Stony Brook debut during the opening game Saturday Sept. 1. (Nina Lin / The Statesman)

Stony Brook dominates Central Connecticut in season opener

Amy Streifer September 2, 2012
Stony Brook University’s football team annihilated Central Connecticut State University 49-17 during the first game of the regular season.
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Stony Brook football accepts invitation to Colonial Athletic Association

Stony Brook football accepts invitation to Colonial Athletic Association

Amy Streifer August 8, 2012
The school announced on Tuesday that it has accepted an invitation from the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA), which the team will be a part of beginning with the fall 2013 season.
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Cancer center hires new director

Amy Streifer April 16, 2012
Yusuf Hannun, from the Medical University of South Carolina, has recently been hired as the new director of Stony Brook University Cancer Center.
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Women’s lacrosse wins fourth straight game

Amy Streifer April 9, 2012
The Stony Brook women’s lacrosse team extended its winning streak to four games on Wednesday night after it defeated UMBC 16-6 at LaValle Stadium.
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