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Stony Brook womens volleyball wins one of three at Seminole Invitational

Stony Brook women’s volleyball wins one of three at Seminole Invitational

Ethan Tam September 15, 2019
Fresh off their first victory of the season against Georgetown, Stony Brook Volleyball traveled down to Tallahassee, Florida to participate in the Home2 Suites Tallahassee Seminole Invitational.
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Stony Brook alumn Will Tye during a game in 2015. KEITH OLSEN/STATESMAN FILE

Stony Brook Football alumnus Will Tye turns his dream into a reality

Andrew Eichenholz November 13, 2015
The former Seawolf has caught 10 passes for 96 yards in six games. Last week, Tye became the Giants’ starter after Larry Donnell suffered an injury the week before.
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Will Tye becomes first Seawolves alum to appear in NFL game

Andrew Eichenholz October 4, 2015
For the first time, a Stony Brook football alumnus was on an active NFL roster for a game during the regular season.
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Will Tye signed by NY Giants off practice squad

Andrew Eichenholz October 3, 2015
According to his agent DuWayne Upton, the New York Giants will sign former Seawolves tight end Will Tye off of the team's practice squad for its game Sunday.
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NCAA Baseball Fort Worth Regional: Seawolves and Wolfpack set to go

Cameron Boon May 28, 2015
Stony Brook baseball is back in its first NCAA Tournament since 2012, playing the North Carolina State Wolfpack on Friday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. in Lupton Stadium.
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Coxson and Tye lead Stony Brook football performances on Pro Day

Andrew Eichenholz April 2, 2015
When the Seawolves took to the All Star Arena in Coram for Pro Day, they may have very well earned the chance to see one of their own selected in the NFL Draft.
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Athletes and celebrities seem to be exempt from the law. Ray Rice. above. for example, was only initially suspended for two games before video of him assaulting his now-wife, Janay Rice, surfaced though the NFL knew of the incident. (PHOTO CREDIT: MCT CAMPUS)

Convicted athletes deserve harsher punishment

Andrew Eichenholz September 30, 2014
Jameis Winston, the 2014 Heisman Trophy winner who also is recognized as the best college football player in the nation, was in the news for all the wrong reasons this past week.
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