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First baseman Brett Paulsen swings while hitting against Fordham on Wednesday, March 27. Paulsen had two hits and a run batted in against the Rams. GEORGE CARATZAS/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook baseball scores nine in eighth inning to rout Fordham

Mike Anderson March 28, 2024

After being relatively quiet for most of the game, the Stony Brook baseball team’s bats came alive in the bottom of the eighth inning to secure the runaway victory. In their second midweek game...

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Shortstop Matt Miceli participates in a fielding drill during practice on Jan. 24. Miceli went 5-for-16 this past weekend down in Louisiana. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook baseball upsets No. 2/3 LSU in historic game, splits weekend

George Caratzas February 26, 2024

Following a rough opening weekend, the Stony Brook baseball team bounced back in a big way by bringing the Louisiana State University (LSU) faithful some déjà vu. The Seawolves (3-5) made the...

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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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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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