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Junior long stick middie Ryland Rees [action]
 in a game back in 2017.

From Seawolf to Waterdog, Rees reps SBU in the Premier Lacrosse League

Ryan Magill October 16, 2020
Former Stony Brook University Men’s Lacrosse player Ryland Rees is now the first Stony Brook Seawolf to ever play in the Premier Lacrosse League (PLL). Rees joined the Waterdogs, the PLL’s brand new expansion team.
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The Stony Brook mens lacrosse huddled after scoring a goal against Princeton in the 2016 season. MANJU SHIVACHARAN/STATESMAN FILE

Men’s Lacrosse to host fall exhibitions against Maryland and Syracuse

Joseph Konig August 16, 2017
Stony Brook Men's Lacrosse will host reigning national champion Maryland and Syracuse in a trio of exhibition games this October, Stony Brook Athletics announced on Friday.
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Junior Long-Stick Midfielder Tyler Anderson reclaims possession in a scrimmage against Notre Dame. ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Men’s Lacrosse looks to foster chemistry in fall scrimmages

Chris Peraino October 9, 2016
Although the Seawolves outscored the Fighting Irish and fell to the Midshipmen, head coach Jim Nagle was able to test out his new toys as he works to finalize his lineup.
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Ten first-half goals propel Mens Lacrosse past Lehigh

Ten first-half goals propel Men’s Lacrosse past Lehigh

Chris Peraino March 30, 2016
Corpolongo’s go-ahead goal kick-started a 9-1 first half run for No. 12 Stony Brook Men’s Lacrosse, culminating in a 16-6 rout of the Lehigh Mountain Hawks Tuesday night.
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Men’s Lacrosse trounces Sacred Heart in season opener

Chris Peraino February 17, 2016
It took four seconds for midfielder Jay Lindsay to win the opening face-off and dish left to fellow midfielder Ryan Bitzer, who buried Stony Brook’s first goal of the season.
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Senior midfielder Challen Rogers will look to facilitate a strong Stony Brook offense this season. NINA LIN/THE STATESMAN

Men’s Lacrosse looks to regain conference glory

Chris Peraino February 16, 2016
“We feel like we have our best group that we’ve had in years, certainly our deepest team,” head coach Jim Nagle said.
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Challen Rogers, above,

Two members of Men’s Lacrosse drafted by MLL teams

Andrew Eichenholz January 27, 2016
The Boston Cannons took midfielder Challen Rogers and the New York Lizards chose attackman Brody Eastwood in Friday's Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft.
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Womens lacrosse continues its red-hot play, making it nine wins in a row to start the year. HEATHER KHALIFA / THE STATESMAN

Women’s lacrosse stays undefeated with blowout win over Ducks

Andrew Eichenholz March 30, 2015
While Mother Nature made it snow on a frigid Saturday afternoon, Dorrien Van Dyke and company made it rain goals against the visiting Oregon Ducks.
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Crowley makes return to Stony Brook in MLL contest against Lizards

Andrew Eichenholz July 31, 2014
In his first game suiting up for a new team, Kevin Crowley stepped right into a new role, doing his part in contributing to the Bayhawks’ dramatic 12-11 win.
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Jim Fiore: the man behind Seawolves nation

Jim Fiore: the man behind Seawolves nation

Mike Daniello November 24, 2013
The main man behind the biggest controversy at Stony Brook in a few years is former Athletic Director Jim Fiore. He was bought out Tuesday night by the school for $800,000, covering the remaining 31 months on his contract. There are many speculations as to the rationale behind his firing, but none have been confirmed yet.
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