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Ben Resner, former Stony Brook Mens Basketball player, joins Greensboro Swarm coaching staff

Ben Resner, former Stony Brook Men’s Basketball player, joins Greensboro Swarm coaching staff

Gregory Zarb October 2, 2017
Stony Brook Men’s Basketball alum Ben Resner is joining the coaching staff of the NBA’s Charlotte Hornets’ G-League affiliate, the Greensboro Swarm.
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Gambling our time away

Saffi Hadi April 23, 2017
When choosing how to spend your time, the constraint on information is tight and you can’t minimize your losses, so I am sorry to inform you but you’re a gambler.
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Winter weather proves to be problematic for SBU club teams

Arielle Martinez March 25, 2015
The snow and ice that covered the Campus Recreation Field Complex was more than an inconvenience to sports clubs that needed to maintain their practice and game schedules.
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“Biggest Back to the Brook yet” was a success

Krysten Massa November 8, 2014
The Undergraduate Student Government said that this year’s "Back to the Brook" concert was going to be the biggest one yet—and they delivered.
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Former Seawolves turn their focus towards coaching

Chris Gaine November 3, 2014
For years, the NCAA has boasted that most collegiate athletes become professional players outside sports. But for former Seawolves Ben Resner and Brian Dougher, the game they love is now a profession.
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Ben Resner sets sights on coaching in the NBA

David Vertsberger September 3, 2014
Over his four years as a Stony Brook Seawolf, alum Ben Resner never flourished on the hardwood. Though he did not peak the interests of NBA front offices, he is more concerned with being a part of one.
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