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Florenz during a game against Fordham on Sept. 19, 2019. JES ESPOSITO/STATESMAN FILE

Stony Brook women’s soccer falls to Ohio State in first round of NCAA Tournament

Emmanuel Jaquez April 29, 2021
In their fourth NCAA Tournament appearance, the Stony Brook women's soccer team fell to the Ohio State Buckeyes 5-1 in the first round on Wednesday, April 28 in Cary, North Carolina.
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The Stony Brook Womens Lacrosse team is the first ever recipient of the Trailblazing Seawolf Award. ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Women’s Lacrosse assigned number five seed for NCAA Tournament

Gregory Zarb May 8, 2018
Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse was announced as the number five seed in the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Tournament below Maryland, North Carolina, James Madison and Boston College.
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A woman holding a candle at a vigil for the Chapel Hill shooting victims in 2015. On March 26, 2019, Stony Brook students gathered for another vigil for the Christchurch, New Zealand shooting victims. HEATHER KHALIFA/ STATESMAN FILE

What are we doing to prevent school shootings?

Andrew Goldstein February 15, 2018
The Stony Brook University Police Department has a website dedicated to Active Shooter Programs, along with a video about active shooter preparedness — instructing viewers how to act if an active shooter situation occurs on campus.
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Freshman pointguard Jordan McKenzie (left,
 above) and junior point guard Jaron Cornish (above, right)
 pose for headshots.

Taking a look at Men’s Basketball team’s new point guards

Chris Parkinson November 12, 2017
Junior transfer Jaron Cornish and freshman Jordan McKenzie will compete for the majority of minutes at the point guard position, according to Stony Brook Athletics. But head coach Jeff Boals has yet to determine who will start at point guard during the regular season.
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Junior attacker Kylie Ohlmiller (No. 17, left) looks to make a pass against USC on March 24. She broke the record for assists against X on April 11. ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Controversially low-seeded Women’s Lacrosse poised for deep NCAA Tournament run

Joseph Konig May 12, 2017
The greatest season in Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse history continued last weekend with the program’s fifth straight America East title.
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Freshman attackman Tom Huan carries the ball down the field in a game against Fairfield on March 4. ANNA CORREA/THE STATESMAN

Pair of freshmen emerge as scoring leaders for Men’s Lacrosse

Raphael Tafuro March 17, 2017
The freshman duo came to Stony Brook not knowing if they would even touch the field. They currently have a combined 22 goals and share one common objective in mind.
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Protesters gather in Washington D.C. for a rally in solidarity with the transgender community in March 2015. TED EYTAN/FLICKR VIA CC BY-SA 2.0

We need to protect trans youth

Joseph Konig February 26, 2017
Like the attempts to ban refugees and deport undocumented immigrants, this is about children. Children who are suffering already.
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Stony Brook submits bid to host 2017 Womens Lacrosse Championships

Stony Brook submits bid to host 2017 Women’s Lacrosse Championships

Skyler Gilbert September 15, 2016
Stony Brook University has submitted a bid to host the 2017 NCAA Division I Women’s Lacrosse Championships at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium.
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Stony Brooks Baseball team enters this years America East tournament as the No. 3 seed. The Seawolves will face Maine on Wednesday afternoon as they begin the fight to defend their championship title.

Baseball loses two of three in Elon Tournament

Alex Blanc March 9, 2016
The third weekend series of the season turned out to be another disappointment for Stony Brook Baseball at a tournament in North Carolina hosted by Elon University.
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Stony Brook Mens Basketball senior forward Jameel Warney (No. 20, above) helped the Seawolves extend their winning streak to 13 at rival Vermont with 23 points on Saturday. CHRISTOPHER CAMERON/THE STATESMAN

Warney named finalist for Karl Malone Award

Kunal Kohli February 4, 2016
Senior forward Jameel Warney’s list of accolades may become longer, as the Stony Brook star was named a finalist for the Karl Malone Award.
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Jenkins overcomes tragedy in basketball career

Chris Gaine November 9, 2015
Redshirt senior guard Miranda Jenkins is the most experienced player on the Stony Brook Women’s Basketball team. But getting to this point has been far from a smooth ride.
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Deez Nuts is no joke. A fake candidate polling at 9 percent in key swing states shows that Americans are unwilling to engage in the politics of either party. PHOTO CREDIT: JOHN FISCHER

Deez Nuts polarizes the American voters

Zach Rowe August 27, 2015
There are always people who will vote for a third party out of principle, and even more who would not be able to resist backing Deez Nuts.
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