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SBU places fourth on Princeton Review’s top “green” colleges list

Jesse Borek May 14, 2015
Ranked fourth by the Princeton Review’s 2015 Guide to 353 Green Colleges, SBU has cemented itself as one of the most environmentally-friendly schools in the United States.
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Chef Guy Reuges French cuisine at Mirabelle restaurant and Tavern was rated four stars by the New York Times. KRYSTEN MASSA / THE STATESMAN

Chef Guy Reuge semifinalist for James Beard Award

Jesse Borek May 11, 2015
Chef Guy Reuge, whose cuisine is featured at the Mirabelle Restaurant and Tavern at the Three Village Inn in Stony Brook, is really no different than you or I.
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After Honahan struggled on the mound in the game against Creighton, Chad Lee (above) was sent in to clean up. MEGAN MILLER / THE STATESMAN

Honahan struggles in loss to Creighton

Jesse Borek March 23, 2015
In a season that has already been horrendously stunted by inclement weather, the Stony Brook Seawolves baseball team’s spell of bad luck spilled over onto Sunday afternoon
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The Rams and Seawolves traded wins taking a piece each in their series. STATESMAN STOCK PHOTO

Baseball splits with Fordham

Jesse Borek March 9, 2015
Stony Brook opened the home portion of its 2015 schedule with a doubleheader against the Fordham Rams (2-9).
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Nick Barbera was clearly not ready to head back to Long Island, as he netted the game-tying goal. HANAA TAMEEZ / THE STATESMAN

SBU hockey scores twice in final minute to stay alive in tournament

Jesse Borek March 9, 2015
To call Stony Brook’s comeback against the Robert Morris University-Illinois Eagles anything but miraculous would be a punitive understatement.
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Hockey looks to take home first national title

Jesse Borek March 2, 2015
Coming off its third-consecutive ESCHL conference championship, the Stony Brook Seawolves men’s hockey team looks to reach their pinnacle—a National Championship.
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Stony Brooks Baseball team falls short again bringing their record to 2-4. STATESMAN STOCK PHOTO

Baseball drops two out of three in Louisiana

Jesse Borek February 23, 2015
For the second consecutive week, the Seawolves (2-4) dropped a series on the road in the state of Louisiana, this time to the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns (4-3).
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Ryan Burnett (#33) contesting for the shot in Stony Brooks game against Vermont. BASIL JOHN / THE STATESMAN

Men’s basketball looks forward to two critical matchups

Jesse Borek February 17, 2015
In order to slow the relentless Albany assault, the Seawolves will have to zero in on the dynamic scoring tandem of Mike Rowley and Evan Singletary.
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After Stony brooks loss to Vermont, the Seawolves fought back to retain the ferocious play style. HANAA TAMEEZ / THE STATESMAN

Men’s basketball gets back on track with wins over UMBC and Maine

The Statesman February 17, 2015
After losing two consecutive games, the Stony Brook men’s basketball team looked to its stars to lead the team out of the recent skid and revitalize spirits.
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Cole Peragine has been an essential part of the baseball teams success. STATESMAN STOCK PHOTO

Ontario-born Peragine continues to thrive at Stony Brook

Jesse Borek February 16, 2015
While Cole Peragine’s future may consist of putting out fires, he looks to light one in the Seawolves this season and lead them back to the College World Series.
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SBU hockey clinches ESCHL regular-season title vs. Rutgers

Jesse Borek February 12, 2015
Over the weekend, the Seawolves manhandled the Scarlet Ice Knights of Rutgers en route to a guaranteed playoff berth at the ACHA National Tournament.
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Men’s basketball looks to get back on track after tough loss to Vermont

Jesse Borek February 10, 2015
Stony Brook looks to get back on track with a pair of winnable conference games this week, going to Baltimore to take on UMBC Wednesday before returning home to play Maine.
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