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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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Outside Hitter Kali Moore serves the ball in a game in 2022. Moore won the 2022 CAA Rookie of the Year with Stony Brook and is looking for an even bigger 2023. PHOTO COURTESY OF STONY BROOK ATHLETICS

Kali Moore carrying on family tradition for Stony Brook volleyball

Kevin Yu August 17, 2023
Had it not been for the performance of outside hitter Kali Moore, Stony Brook women's volleyball would have likely missed the playoffs entirely.
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Stony Brook women’s basketball primed to make strong first impression in CAA

Matt Howlin November 6, 2022
In the 2022-23 season, the Seawolves hope to learn from last year’s mistakes by playing a new brand of basketball that allows their star players to flourish on both sides of the ball.
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Annie Warren during her practice on Oct 27. Warren is 56 points away from reaching the 1,000 point mark and looks to return to the NCAA tournament this March. MAYA DUCLAY/THE STATESMAN

Annie Warren ready to add to her Seawolves legacy

Mike Anderson November 6, 2022
Annie Warren does not say much. She is not a diva. She is not a huge trash-talker either. To put it simply, the star guard is a well-rounded player with the biggest season of her career just about to tip off.
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Students walking outside of Stony Brook Universitys Student Activities Center (SAC).SARA RUBERG/ STATESMAN FILE

Campus clubs feel the impact from COVID-19

Chris Cumella March 14, 2020
Student Engagement & Activities sent an email to student executive boards on March 11 confirming that extracurriculars will be suspended through the rest of the month.
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Junior guard Jerell Matthews tries to make a pass in an exhibition game against Adelphi on Nov. 6. ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Women’s Basketball gears up for regular season with win over Adelphi

Chris Parkinson November 7, 2017
In their second exhibition of the year, Stony Brook Women’s Basketball defeated Adelphi University 79-63 at Island Federal Credit Union Center on Monday night.
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Joe Spallina inks new five-year deal with Stony Brook

Tim Oakes August 30, 2017
Spallina is ready to lead his team to its first NCAA Championship, and by the look of his new contract, Stony Brook Athletics believes he can take the program to the promised land.
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Junior defender Brooke Gubitosi carries the ball on March 24 against USC at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium. Gubitosi was named America East Defensive Player of the Week on Monday for the second straight week.

Brooke Gubitosi carves name for herself as a defensive playmaker

Skyler Gilbert April 8, 2017
Spallina described his player’s leadership as coming from her contagious passion and enthusiasm. Her Instagram bio simply reads, “Don’t forget to live.”
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Womens Lacrosse revamps coaching staff under Joe Spallina

Women’s Lacrosse revamps coaching staff under Joe Spallina

Skyler Gilbert September 24, 2016
Stony Brook Women's Lacrosse has announced the hirings of Kim Hillier and Trish Bonagura for the upcoming 2017 season.
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Laundry prices cut by 20 percent

Laundry prices cut by 20 percent

Jill Ryan September 3, 2016
Each machine now costs $1.40 to use as opposed to last year’s $1.75.
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Jim Fiore: the man behind Seawolves nation

Jim Fiore: the man behind Seawolves nation

Mike Daniello November 24, 2013
The main man behind the biggest controversy at Stony Brook in a few years is former Athletic Director Jim Fiore. He was bought out Tuesday night by the school for $800,000, covering the remaining 31 months on his contract. There are many speculations as to the rationale behind his firing, but none have been confirmed yet.
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Hurricane Sandy knocked down multiple trees on Stony Brook Universitys campus at the end of October.

Sandy disrupts college schedules on Long Island

Sarah Elsesser November 26, 2012

Even after Hurricane Sandy has come and gone, people across Long Island and the surrounding states are still feeling the repercussions of the disastrous Category 1 hurricane. Physical damage is slowly...

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