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The Stony Brook mens lacrosse team huddles at the end of practice on Wednesday, Jan. 24. The Seawolves are looking to win their first-ever Coastal Athletic Association title this year. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook men’s lacrosse aims to take over CAA in second year

Kevin Broderick February 2, 2024

Coming off a successful inaugural campaign in the Colonial — now Coastal — Athletic Association (CAA) in the books, the Stony Brook men's lacrosse team is entering the 2024 season with even higher...

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Attackman Nick Dupuis looks to pass the ball from the X in practice on Wednesday, Jan. 24. Dupuis will return to the field with the Stony Brook mens lacrosse team this year after missing a year and a half. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

Nick Dupuis looks to go from undesirable to undeniable at Stony Brook

Kenny Spurrell February 2, 2024

After missing the better part of the last two seasons, attackman Nick Dupuis will look to turn his career around with a fresh start for the Stony Brook men’s lacrosse team. Coming off a season...

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Goalkeeper Jamison MacLachlan saves a shot in practice on Wednesday, Jan. 24. MacLachlan enters his junior year after an excellent first two seasons with the Stony Brook mens lacrosse team. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

Tabbed as the CAA’s best, Jamison MacLachlan has a big year ahead

Aidan Steng February 2, 2024

After establishing himself as one of the premier goalkeepers in the Coastal Athletic Association (CAA), Jamison MacLachlan is ready for the dizzying heights that the lacrosse world has to offer. MacLachlan’s...

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The Stony Brook womens lacrosse team huddles at the end of practice on Saturday, Jan. 26. With a dangerous returning offense, the Seawolves are national title contenders. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

No. 10/11 Stony Brook women’s lacrosse going for gold with expiring window

Alex Streinger February 1, 2024

With its national championship window narrowed down to this year, the No. 10/11 Stony Brook women’s lacrosse team will look to finally get it done with its newest group of superstars. As always,...

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Midfielder Ellie Masera (12) carries the ball up the field alongside midfielder Charlotte Verhulst (86) while being chased by defender Clare Levy (42) on Friday, Jan. 26. The three are part of a large group of homegrown stars who are graduating this year. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook women’s lacrosse’s superstar core back for one final ride

Kenny Spurrell February 1, 2024

When looking at the success of the Stony Brook women’s lacrosse team this decade, it is hard to overlook what its core of hometown stars have done. After growing up on Long Island and signing with...

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Midfielder Ellie Masera (12) carries the ball down the field in practice on Friday, Jan. 26. Masera is one of the greatest players in program history and is entering her final season. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

It’s official: nothing can slow down the unstoppable Ellie Masera

Nayden Villorente February 1, 2024

After just three years, midfielder Ellie Masera has already become one of the greatest athletes in Stony Brook University’s history. However, the local product from Eastport, N.Y. did not reach her...

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The Stony Brook baseball team warms up at the start of practice on Wednesday, Jan. 24. The Seawolves are looking to bounce back in the 2024 season. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

New-look Stony Brook baseball has questions to answer in 2024

Mike Anderson January 31, 2024
After only its fourth losing season at the NCAA Division I level, the Stony Brook baseball team is seeking redemption in its second year in the Coastal Athletic Association (CAA).
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Second baseman Evan Fox plays catch in practice on Wednesday, Jan. 24. Fox is entering the last year of his illustrious career with the Stony Brook baseball team. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

Speedster Evan Fox to build on Hall-of-Fame legacy with Stony Brook baseball

Mike Anderson January 31, 2024
With only 90 feet separating him from history, Evan Fox knew second base was as good as stolen. Like he had done 79 times before and once already that day, Fox stared down Iona relief pitcher Michael Untracht’s front leg like a hawk.
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Infielder Evan Goforth (foreground) makes a relay throw in practice on Wednesday, Jan. 24. Goforth is a transfer from Indiana who is likely to be a starter on the Stony Brook baseball team this year. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook baseball seeking help from lots of newcomers

George Caratzas January 31, 2024
Coming off one of its most disappointing years ever, the Stony Brook baseball team is looking to get the bad taste out of its mouth. After finishing last season 23-29 overall and 14-16 in Colonial — now Coastal — Athletic Association (CAA) play, the Seawolves suffered even more losses in the offseason.
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The Stony Brook softball team huddles at the end of practice on Wednesday, Jan. 24. The Seawolves are entering the 2024 season with championship expectations. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

Strong returning core sets Stony Brook softball up for big 2024 season

Anthony DiCocco January 30, 2024
Last season served as a valuable learning experience for the Stony Brook softball team. Now with a season’s worth of experience in the Coastal Athletic Association (CAA) under their belt, the Seawolves are ready to fight for a championship.
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Starting pitcher Mia Haynes fires a pitch in practice on Wednesday, Jan. 24. Haynes will headline a pitching staff that is primed for a breakout 2024 campaign. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

Improved pitching staff will smoothen Stony Brook softball’s 2024 ride

George Caratzas January 30, 2024
In 2023, the Stony Brook softball team rode a top-two offense in the Coastal Athletic Association (CAA) to a semifinal appearance in the conference postseason. While clawing out win after win, the Seawolves realized that they have an ace in right-handed starting pitcher Mia Haynes.
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