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Right fielder Matty Wright swings at a pitch against Iona while the rest of his team watches on Tuesday, April 25. The Seawolves had a tough first year in the CAA, and it may get harder after this offseason. CAMRON WANG/THE STATESMAN

Missed opportunities in 2023 leave question marks surrounding Stony Brook baseball’s future

Mike Anderson June 10, 2023

Of all the teams at Stony Brook University that had to transition from the America East Conference (AE) to the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA), the baseball team arguably had the toughest road. All...

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Starting pitcher Ben Fero throws a pitch against Monmouth on Friday, May 12. Fero pitched eight innings and earned the win in the last home start of his NCAA career. TIM GIORLANDO/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook baseball stays alive in playoff hunt with sweep of Monmouth

Mike Anderson May 14, 2023

With the season on the line after being swept by Delaware, the Stony Brook baseball team pulled off the sweep it needed to remain in the playoff hunt. In their final series at Joe Nathan Field this...

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Left fielder Matt Brown-Eiring prepares to bat against Northeastern on Friday, April 14. Brown-Eiring had six hits and three extra-base hits at Delaware over the weekend. CAMRON WANG/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook baseball squanders prime opportunity, gets swept at Delaware

Mike Anderson May 7, 2023

In one of its most important series in years, the Stony Brook baseball team failed to hold onto any of its six leads. The Seawolves (19-26, 10-14 CAA) came into this past weekends’ series tied...

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Designated hitter Shane Paradine bats against Iona on Tuesday, April 25. Paradine had two hits and a walk in the Stony Brook baseball teams loss to Fairfield on Tuesday. CAMRON WANG/THE STATESMAN

Minimal offense bites Stony Brook baseball in midweek loss

Mike Anderson May 2, 2023

Though its pitching held one of the 10 best hitting teams in the nation in check, the Stony Brook baseball team was held to just three hits in a tough loss. Wrapping up their five-game homestand,...

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Third baseman Evan Giordano takes a pitch against Northeastern on Friday, April 14. Giordano had one of the best weekends of his career at Elon. CAMRON WANG/THE STATESMAN

Giordano’s hot bat leads Stony Brook baseball to first-ever CAA series win

Mike Anderson April 23, 2023
Led by the scorching-hot bat of third baseman Evan Giordano, the Stony Brook baseball team finally won its first series in the Colonial Athletic Association.
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Left fielder Matt Brown-Eiring connects on a home run against William & Mary on Friday, April 7. Brown-Eiring hit another home run at Army on Tuesday. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook baseball gets walked off in extras at Army West Point

Mike Anderson April 11, 2023

Though pitcher Nick DeGennaro made his first appearance in over three weeks, the Stony Brook baseball suffered its first midweek loss of the year. In their trip out to West Point, N.Y. on Tuesday,...

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Starting pitcher Ben Fero throws a pitch against Lafayette on Friday, March 10. Fero was the only Stony Brook baseball pitcher to earn a win this weekend at Hofstra. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook baseball loses Battle of Long Island, drops to ninth place

Mike Anderson April 2, 2023
After losing only two total conference series over the previous two seasons, the Stony Brook baseball team has now dropped its first three series in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA).
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Right fielder Derek Yalon lines a double down the left field line against UNCW on Sunday, March 26. Yalon had a game-winning hit on Friday in game two of a doubleheader. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

Bats go silent as Stony Brook baseball drops series to UNCW

Mike Anderson March 26, 2023

Though right fielder Matty Wright made an appearance on the SportsCenter Top 10 list, that was overshadowed by the Stony Brook baseball team's series loss. In their first-ever home series as members...

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Stony Brook baseball loses first CAA series at Charleston

Stony Brook baseball loses first CAA series at Charleston

Mike Anderson March 19, 2023

Though the Stony Brook baseball team lost its first-ever series in its new conference, it did not walk away empty handed. Facing off against the preseason conference favorites, the Seawolves (6-11,...

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Left-handed pitcher Jerek Hobb pitching against LIU on Wednesday, March 8. Hobb made his NCAA debut on Wednesday and tossed three innings out of the bullpen to finish the game. TIM GIORLANDO/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook baseball gets first two victories; Senk earns 900th win

Mike Anderson March 9, 2023
After losing its first nine games, the Stony Brook baseball team beat a pair of in-state rivals to get back into the win column.
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First baseman Jason Campo at an outdoor practice on Feb. 10. Campo got his first-career at-bat on Sunday as the Stony Brook baseball team lost its ninth-straight game. KAT PROCACCI/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook baseball remains winless after being swept by No. 13 UNC

Mike Anderson March 5, 2023
Though it played its best series of the year, the Stony Brook baseball team was swept for a third-straight week to open the 2023 season. The Seawolves (0-9) are off to their worst start in exactly 10 years. After being swept in three games by the No. 13 University of North Carolina (UNC) Tar Heels, Stony Brook has lost each of its first nine games.
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Second baseman Johnny Pilla running to cover second base in a practice on Friday, Feb. 10. Pilla had two hits in his first-career start on Saturday. KAT PROCACCI/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook baseball falls to 0-6 for first time since 2014

Mike Anderson February 26, 2023
In what has become a nightmarish start to the 2023 season, the Stony Brook baseball team now finds itself on its longest losing streak in nine years.
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