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If the Seawolves will return to their 2012 America East Championship glory, they will rely on increased offensive output from the likes of Raven Edwards, above.

Women’s Soccer looks to overcome youth and turnover

David Vertsberger August 26, 2015
“Our goal is the same every year,” head coach Sue Ryan said. “To put us in a position to win the America East Championship so we can play in NCAA [tournament] matches.”
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(EFAL SAYED / THE STATESMAN)

Lack of scoring results in no postseason for women’s soccer

Andrew Eichenholz November 6, 2014
During the 2013 season, Stony Brook women’s soccer put at least one goal on the scoreboard in every one of its America East games.
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(EFAL SAYED / THE STATESMAN)

Women’s soccer fails to earn America East Tournament bid

Cameron Boon October 27, 2014
With its 1-0 loss at New Hampshire on Sunday, the Stony Brook women’s soccer team lost hope of qualifying for the America East Tournament, finishing the season in 7th place in the conference.
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(JISOO HWANG / THE STATESMAN)

Women’s soccer splits America East matchups

Cameron Boon October 20, 2014
Stony Brook had a crucial week of matches this week against Vermont and Albany, as the Seawolves continue to chase a spot in the America East tournament come the end of October.
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(SAHER JAFRI / THE STATESMAN)

Regan Bosnyak buries double overtime goal for first conference win

Andrew Eichenholz October 13, 2014
The Stony Brook women’s soccer team looked as if they were destined for another tie when their Sunday afternoon game against Binghamton was knotted at zero.
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(KEITH OLSEN / THE STATESMAN)

Women’s soccer drops America East opener to UMass-Lowell

Kunal Kohli September 29, 2014
After going 3-6 in non-conference play, the Seawolves were set to take on the UMass-Lowell River Hawks (4-5) in their first America East game of the season.
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Raven Edwards (7) scored the game-winning goal for the Seawolves. (KEITH OLSEN / THE STATESMAN)

Edwards scores overtime winner to beat Fordham

Joseph Ryder September 22, 2014
On Thursday, Stony Brook headed out to Belson Stadium in Queens, New York to take on St. John’s. The Seawolves were unable to bring back home a win, as they fell to the Red Storm 1-0.
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Women’s Soccer loses second straight match

Cameron Boon September 15, 2014
The Stony Brook Seawolves fell heartbreakingly to the Fairfield Stags on Sunday afternoon, surrendering a penalty kick in the 85th minute to lose 3-2 in an NCAA Women's Soccer non-conference matchup.
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Women’s soccer in full swing

Chris Gaine September 8, 2014
While many fall collegiate sports are just kicking off, the women’s soccer season is in full swing.
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Leah Yurko scored her first goal of the season on Thursday. (JISOO HWANG / THE STATESMAN)

Women’s Soccer defeats Seton Hall at home, then falls to UConn on road

Drew Ciampa September 8, 2014
After a tough past week where the Stony Brook women’s soccer team suffered two road losses, the Seawolves returned home with a well-earned victory against the Seton Hall Pirates, 2-1.
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Women’s soccer falls to 1-3 after losses to Siena and Wagner

Dylan Moore September 3, 2014
Last Thursday the Seawolves battled against the Siena Saints, but fell by a final score of 3-2. The brace was Brittany Edwards’ first multi-goal game of her career at Stony Brook.
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Women’s soccer looks to build on strong 2013

Joseph Ryder August 25, 2014
The Stony Brook women’s soccer team returns this year with high hopes of claiming their second regular season conference title in as many years in the America East .
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