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The Stony Brook womans basketball team after the game against UMass Lowell on Feb. 9. KAT PROCACCI/THE STATESMAN.

How Stony Brook’s women’s basketball team crumbled

Paul McDonough March 13, 2022
It was difficult to imagine Stony Brook falling after defeating two Power Five schools and a member of the Big East, but the Seawolves were unable to hold on.
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The Seawolves in a tackle with the University of New Hampshire WIldcats on Sept. 2. The Seawolves will be facing one of their toughest opponents, the Oregon Ducks, on Sept. 18. TIM GIORLANDO

Football preview: Stony Brook will face biggest challenge yet in No. 4 Oregon

Matt Lindsay September 17, 2021
Coming off of their dominant first win of the season, the Seawolves will travel over 2,500 miles to play the No. 4-ranked Oregon Ducks at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 18 at Autzen Stadium.
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Olaniyi in with the ball during Stony Brook mens basketball home opener on Nov. 5 against Yale. 

Elijah Olaniyi announces return to Stony Brook after one season with Miami

Ethan Tam April 4, 2021
On Friday, April 2, Elijah Olaniyi announced that he would be returning to Stony Brook after playing a season with the Miami Hurricanes.
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The seating in Stony Brooks Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium. NARA HWANG/STATESMAN FILE

Stony Brook is postponing fall sports, and the NCAA should follow

Ryan Pavich August 11, 2020
While the Big 10 and Pac-12 conferences recently postponed their seasons, the remaining Power Five conferences are intending to play college football this fall. While many professional athletes can opt-out of playing, college athletes cannot do so.
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Kenneth P. Lavalle Stadium, home to Stony Brook athletics, including football. SARA RUBERG/STATESMAN FILE

Stony Brook eyes money guarantees in increasingly uncertain 2020 football season

Ethan Tam July 16, 2020
Stony Brook’s season opener at MAC member Western Michigan is set to pay out $325,000 to the Seawolves. This means Stony Brook is currently slated to receive a combined total of $725,000 for showing up to play the first two weeks of its season against FBS opponents.
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screenshot of athletics website

Athletics eyes big future with “Together We Transform”

Cameron Boon June 30, 2015
SBU Athletic Director Shawn Heilbron, along with the rest of Stony Brook Athletics, unveiled their “Together We Transform” plan to further develop the athletics department.
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