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The Stony Brook mens cross country team during practice. SARA RUBERG/STATESMAN FILE

Perseverance is key as fall sports are postponed

Vincent Giacalone September 19, 2020
With the postponement of the fall season, Zoom meetings and new workout routines, these athletes are forging ahead despite the lack of a destination in sight.
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Footballs with the Stony Brook Seawolves logo.BRIDGET DOWNES/ STATESMAN FILE

Sam Kamara’s fifth season to play out differently than planned

Ethan Tam September 18, 2020
“It’s hard for me, being that it’s my senior season and it’s got to go down this way,” Kamara said. “It is what it is, though. I can’t control it."
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The Stony Brook Mens soccer team during practice. BRIANNE LEDDA/STATESMAN FILE

Freshman athletes adapt to multiple realities this fall

Ryan Pavich September 17, 2020
The freshman class of student-athletes will be dealing with this rapid change while also acclimating to the usual nerves and challenges that come with entering a new environment at the university, and jumping to an entirely new level of competition.
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Former Stony Brook pitcher Tom Koehler discusses COVID-19’s impact on sports

Alfonso Migliarini September 16, 2020
“I think when you get to that level, all athletes are mentally prepared,” Koehler said. “Each one of those guys you see doing their thing is so routine-oriented and such hard workers that they are able to adjust on the fly."
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Stony Brook Football prepares for unprecedented spring season

Ethan Tam September 15, 2020
All 11 games on the Seawolves’ schedule were wiped on July 17, when the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) announced that it was suspending the fall football season, with the intent to play in spring 2021 instead.
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Stony Brook recruitment plans change amidst COVID-19 precautions

Ryan Magill September 14, 2020
The NCAA instituted a ban on in-person recruiting in March and has extended the ban on a monthly basis. Other subsequent rulings have left coaches and administrators trying to hit a moving target while they attempt to do their jobs.
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