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Mens Lacrosse Preview: Freshmen will play key role for Stony Brook

Men’s Lacrosse Preview: Freshmen will play key role for Stony Brook

Chris Peraino February 20, 2017
There are 18 freshmen on this year’s Stony Brook men’s lacrosse team, making the class far and away the largest on the team.
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Senior guard Kori Bayne-Walker in a game against Albany at Island Federal Credit Union Arena. Walker led the Seawolves game against Maine with 25 points LUIS RUIZ DOMINGUEZ

Despite late game heroics, Women’s Basketball falls in overtime

Chris Peraino February 12, 2017
For the remaining 2:46 left in overtime, the Bears held the Seawolves to four points and tacked on another seven, culminating in a 78-71 victory for the women in blue.
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Christa Scognamiglio: Amid tragedy, basketball serves as constancy

Christa Scognamiglio: Amid tragedy, basketball serves as constancy

Chris Peraino November 7, 2016
Christa knew that championship game would be her last for Pearl River. What she didn’t know was that it would also prove to be the last time Thomas watched her take the court.
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Footballs playoff chances drop after 14-9 loss to William & Mary

Football’s playoff chances drop after 14-9 loss to William & Mary

Chris Peraino November 7, 2016
Amassing 14 penalties that set the team back 117 yards, Stony Brook Football could not help but shoot itself in the proverbial foot.
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Junior linebacker John Haggart (No. 37 above) block against the Rhode Island offense on Oct. 15. Haggart forced 3 fumbles against Delaware propelling Stony Brook to a 28-3 victory. ARCELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Five fumble recoveries bolster Seawolves victory over Blue Hens

Chris Peraino October 23, 2016
Stony Brook remains undefeated in conference play at 4-0 and sits tied atop the Colonial Athletic Association with the No. 5 James Madison Dukes.
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Redshirt junior Stacey Bedell, left, prepares to receive a hand-off against Rhode Island on Oct. 15. EVAN YUSON/THE STATESMAN

Running game sparks anemic offense, Stony Brook claims Homecoming win

Chris Peraino October 16, 2016
Surviving early offensive woes, Stony Brook Football improved to 3-0 in conference play with a 14-3 Homecoming win over Rhode Island Saturday at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium.
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Second-half surge ignites Stony Brook win

Second-half surge ignites Stony Brook win

Chris Peraino October 9, 2016
On the heels of a stifling defense that allowed a mere three second-half points, Stony Brook chipped away at an early deficit in Saturday’s 27-20 win over Towson.
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Junior Long-Stick Midfielder Tyler Anderson reclaims possession in a scrimmage against Notre Dame. ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Men’s Lacrosse looks to foster chemistry in fall scrimmages

Chris Peraino October 9, 2016
Although the Seawolves outscored the Fighting Irish and fell to the Midshipmen, head coach Jim Nagle was able to test out his new toys as he works to finalize his lineup.
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Stony Brook University students sat in solidarity with Coli nKaepernick and the Black Lives Matter movement before a football game at Kenneth P. LaValle stadium on Sept 24, 2016. ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Kaepernick’s sitting stand-off sparks an important conversation

Chris Peraino October 9, 2016
What change has occurred by keeping in step with the status quo and coddling everyone’s feelings? Protest is meant to evoke; it is meant to cause discomfort.
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Football allows four second-half touchdowns, crushed by Sacred Heart

Football allows four second-half touchdowns, crushed by Sacred Heart

Chris Peraino September 25, 2016
To the dismay of the crowd, the No. 24 Seawolves were held scoreless in the second half, giving up 28 unanswered points in a 38-10 loss to Sacred Heart on Saturday night.
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Danni Kemp, Stony Brook Softball player, fights cancerous brain tumor

Danni Kemp, Stony Brook Softball player, fights cancerous brain tumor

Chris Peraino September 24, 2016
Danielle "Danni" Kemp, a 19-year-old Stony Brook Softball player, is undergoing treatment for an inoperable, cancerous brain tumor.
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Football stuns No. 2 Richmond, offense has breakout game

Football stuns No. 2 Richmond, offense has breakout game

Chris Peraino September 18, 2016
Rectifying recent woes, Stony Brook’s offense had a breakout performance that upset No. 2 Richmond, the program’s first ever win against a top-five ranked opponent.
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