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Enzo Zucconi, above, has worked as Stony Brook Athletics  TIM OAKES/THE STATESMAN

Enzo Zucconi: Equipment manager, jokester, locker room psychologist

Tim Oakes March 27, 2017
The Stony Brook Athletics equipment management department is “putting out fires everyday” and Zucconi is right at the center, extinguishing each one.
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Women’s Basketball offense falters in pair of conference losses

Skyler Gilbert and Kunal Kohli January 23, 2017
Stony Brook Women’s Basketball's six-game home winning streak was snapped as Binghamton took the matinée, 48-40.
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The Ohio State University mens basketball team defeats Mount St. Marys 76-54 in Head Coach Thad Mattas 300 win as the OSU Mens Head Basketball coach.

Stony Brook hires Jeff Boals as new Men’s Basketball head coach

Andrew Eichenholz and David Vertsberger April 8, 2016
The department said that it will officially announce the hire on Saturday before holding an introductory press conference on Monday morning.
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Fans hold up a sign outside of Island Federal Credit Union Arena to send off the Stony Brook Basketball team on Tuesday, March 15.  KRYSTEN MASSA/THE STATESMAN

Seawolves deliver passion and emotion during buildup to NCAA bout

Christopher Cameron and Krysten Massa March 17, 2016
Fans stormed the arena court as deafening applause fell around them. Stony Brook Men's Basketball became the America East champions and set its sights on the NCAA bracket.
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Hoopla: Building a program: the Pikiell era from 2005 to present

Catie Curatolo November 5, 2013
Steve Pikiell cannot stop smiling on Media Day. In the ninth year of his Stony Brook career, Pikiell has a lot to be happy about. The head men’s basketball coach has overseen the program as it rose from “just hoping to not play the 8/9 game” to contending for a berth in the NCAA tournament. The Seawolves now have the support of the community, the administration and the student body. They have season ticket holders, sold-out games and a new arena coming next fall. It’s a complete turnaround from what things were like when Pikiell joined the program back in 2005.
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