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Senior wide receiver Ray Bolden makes a touchdown with 13:37 left in the fourth quarter. The Seawolves went on to defeat the Wildcats 38-24. ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Former Stony Brook WR Ray Bolden selected in USFL Draft

Ethan Tam February 23, 2022
Ray Bolden, a former wide receiver on the Stony Brook football team, was selected in the 16th round of the United States Football League (USFL) Draft by the Michigan Panthers on Wednesday, Feb. 22. 
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Seawolves hope to catch on in XFL

Andrew Zucker October 19, 2019
With the XFL draft now in the rearview mirror, three former Stony Brook University football players have found new homes.
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Running back Donald Liotine in a game against Maine. ARACELY JIMENEZ/STATESMAN FILE

Stony Brook Football alumni receive invites following NFL Draft

Andrew Zucker April 28, 2019
Following the conclusion of the 2019 NFL draft, four Stony Brook Football players took one step closer to achieving their dreams of playing in the NFL by accepting rookie minicamp invites.
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Stony Brook alumn Will Tye during a game in 2015. KEITH OLSEN/STATESMAN FILE

Will Tye added to Eagles practice squad

Ethan Tam November 14, 2018
Stony Brook football alumnus Will Tye will get another chance to play in the NFL after signing to the Philadelphia Eagles practice squad on Tuesday, Nov. 14.
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Footballs with the Stony Brook Seawolves logo.BRIDGET DOWNES/ STATESMAN FILE

Five Seawolves get chance to shine following NFL Draft

Gregory Zarb April 30, 2018
Despite not having any players drafted once again this year, five players have proven their worth to participate on an NFL roster.
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The official CAA logo. PUBLIC DOMAIN

CAA hires associate commissioner for football to oversee conference

Skyler Gilbert September 13, 2016
The Colonial Athletic Association, the NCAA athletic conference in which Stony Brook Football is a member, hired Brian Gordon as its associate commissioner for football.
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Stony Brook football head coach Chuck Priore during a game in 2016. EVAN YUSON/STATESMAN FILE

Temple outclasses Stony Brook, wins in blowout

Skyler Gilbert September 11, 2016
After being competitive with FBS opponents in recent seasons, Stony Brook failed to seriously challenge Temple on Saturday afternoon, falling 38-0.
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Anderson continues to lead defense after returning from injury

Andrew Eichenholz October 29, 2014
Davonte Anderson was getting ready to do what he does best in the spring of 2013, keeping the aerial assault of opposing offenses to a minimum.
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Stony Brook football alumni continue to make strides at pro level

David Vertsberger August 27, 2014
While the Stony Brook football team prepares for their opening game on Thursday, many of the team’s former players have been attempting to find stable ground in the world of professional football.
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Precht keeps on thriving after move to right tackle

Joseph Ryder August 25, 2014
At the start of the 2013 season, the Stony Brook football team dealt with the loss of Michael Bamiro, and, as a result, decided to have Cody Precht slide over to Bamiro’s former right tackle position.
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According to a league source, Stony Brooks former star running back Miguel Maysonet was picked up by the Cleveland Browns after being released from the Philadelphia Eagles yesterday.  (FRANK POSILLICO/ THE STATESMAN)

Former RB Miguel Maysonet released by Eagles, picked up by Browns

Mike Daniello May 20, 2013

Just one day after being released by the Philadelphia Eagles, former Seawolf running back Miguel Maysonet has signed with the Cleveland Browns as per a league source. Maysonet signed with the Eagles...

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Maysonet is not drafted, signs with Philadelphia Eagles

Maysonet is not drafted, signs with Philadelphia Eagles

Adrian Szkolar April 27, 2013

Miguel Maysonet was not drafted, but he will be going to the NFL. The 5-foot-10, 210 pound running back signed with the Philadelphia Eagles shortly after the conclusion of the draft. “It still...

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