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Graduate guard Kaela Hilaire in a game against UMass Lowell on Jan. 29. ROYA MEHRBAKHSH/THE STATESMAN

Hilaire hits 1,000 points as Women’s Basketball halts skid against Albany 53-44

Ross O'Keefe March 1, 2020
Hilaire managed a quick acknowledgment for the 1,000-point occasion, an occasion that was four years in the making.
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during a game against Rider on Sept. 24. EMMA HARRIS/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook men’s soccer collapses against Binghamton, remains winless in conference

Ethan Tam October 20, 2019
Holding on to a 2-0 lead in the second half, the Stony Brook men’s soccer team appeared to be on its way to its first conference victory of the season at home on Saturday, Oct. 19 versus the Binghamton Bearcats.
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Nick Grande and Chris Hamilton. ARACELY JIMENEZ/ STATESMAN FILE

Baseball defeats No. 1 Hartford in final home series of the season

Peter Lupfer May 17, 2018
No. 2 Stony Brook Baseball closed out its home schedule with a series win against the No. 1 Hartford Hawks, splitting a double header on Saturday before winning the rubber game on Sunday.
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Matthews in a game against Albany on . KARINA GERRY/STATESMAN FILE

Win streak hits five games for Women’s Basketball

Chris Parkinson February 26, 2018
Stony Brook Women’s Basketball won its fifth consecutive matchup against the Vermont Catamounts 55-49 on Sunday, continuing on its late-season surge and officially clinching the fourth seed in the America East tournament.
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Ryland Rees in a game against Sacred Heart last season on Feb. 10, 2018. The All Conference First Team senior long-stick midfielder Ryland Rees will lead the Stony Brook defense.JIM HARRISON/STONY BROOK ATHLETICS

Young talent primes Men’s Lacrosse for a promising season

Chris Parkinson February 21, 2018
The much younger-staffed team, along with key veterans, look to live up to the expectations that have been placed on them and stay at the top of the America East.
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Junior forward Cheyenne Clark goes for a layup in a game against Yale. Although Clarks tenacity on the court kept her team in the game well into overtime, the Seawolves lost to the Bulldogs 77-71. ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Women’s Basketball wins fourth straight game against New Hampshire

Gregory Zarb February 19, 2018
Stony Brook Women’s Basketball continued rolling on Saturday afternoon, winning its fourth straight game, taking down New Hampshire 62-56 at Lundholm Gymnasium.
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U.C. Iroegbu faces off against two New Hamphire defenders. KARINA GERRY/THE STATESMAN

Men’s Basketball seniors lead the way over New Hampshire

Chris Parkinson February 19, 2018
Stony Brook Men’s Basketball found itself in a familiar position as it had all season, down by 10 points just four minutes into the second half.
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Senior guard Aaliyah Worley (No. 21, above) attempts to score in a game against Columbia on Nov. 22 at Island Federal Credit Union Arena. ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Women’s Basketball takes down UMBC in final home game of the season

Kenneth Fermin February 15, 2018
With a decorated locker room, family in attendance and a pregame Senior Night celebration, senior guard Aaliyah Worley and the Stony Brook women’s basketball team were in search of a big win against the UMBC Retrievers Wednesday night at Island Federal Credit Union Arena.
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Junior guard Jerell Matthews shoots the ball in a game against Albany on Jan. 24. KARINA GERRY/THE STATESMAN

Women’s Basketball gets back in winning routine

Chris Parkinson February 4, 2018
Stony Brook Women’s Basketball picked up its second consecutive conference victory at Hartford 66-58 on Saturday, Feb. 3.
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Women’s Basketball falls to Albany despite Johnson’s 29 points

Women’s Basketball falls to Albany despite Johnson’s 29 points

Mike Adams January 28, 2018
Stony Brook Women’s Basketball trailed through all four quarters of Saturday afternoon’s matchup against conference rival Albany at the State Employees Federal Credit Union Arena, but a late-game run nearly managed to flip the script.
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Seawolves fans ship up to Boston, loudly and in numbers, to support their team

David O'Connor March 14, 2011
The announcers for ESPN2 made a very unusual observation in the first half of Stony Brook’s game against the Boston University Terriers in the America East basketball finals: the Stony Brook fans were louder than the home Terrier fans.
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