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The Stony Brook football team sitting on the sideline in the game against William & Mary on Saturday, Oct. 1. The Seawolves were defeated once again on Saturday, as their nightmare season continued. TIM GIORLANDO/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook football blown out once again at No. 17/22 Fordham

Mike Anderson October 15, 2022
The game was as advertised: Fordham’s offense was overwhelming, and Stony Brook’s offense was significantly behind the curve. Dropped passes, missed tackles and poor situational play continued to be an Achilles’ heel for the Seawolves.
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Goalkeeper Curtis Copenhaver (left) in a game against Merrimack on Sept. 13. Copenhaver was thrust into the starting lineup due to injury and took advantage of his opportunity. NITHILAN RAJMOHAN/THE STATESMAN

Curtis Copenhaver making a name for himself with the Stony Brook men’s soccer team

Kenny Spurrell September 25, 2022
Curtis Copenhaver may very well be one of the team’s most valuable players in 2022. The Seawolves could have found themselves in deep trouble after starting goalkeeper Edmond Kaiser went down with an injury following the season opener.
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Defensive back Quenton Porter in the game against Rhode Island on Sept. 1. Porter had an interception in the football teams loss to UMass on Saturday. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook football falls to 0-2 in defensive slugfest

Mike Anderson September 17, 2022
A 15-day rest period was not enough time to prepare for what came the Seawolves way on Saturday. The Stony Brook football team lost their first road game of the year 20-3 at the UMass Minutemen.
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Forward Reilly Rich leading the attack against LIU on Aug. 28. Rich is off to a hot start with the Stony Brook womens soccer team. KAYLA GOMEZ MOLANO/THE STATESMAN

JUCO transfer Reilly Rich making an instant impact for Stony Brook women’s soccer

Kenny Spurrell September 13, 2022
After needing to add a premier scoring threat to a dull offense, the Stony Brook women’s soccer team struck gold this offseason with the acquisition of forward Reilly Rich. 
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Stony Brook women’s soccer falls below .500

Stony Brook women’s soccer falls below .500

Melanie Karniewich September 9, 2022
Columbia served the Stony Brook women’s soccer team its third straight loss, dropping the Seawolves below .500 for the first time this season.
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The Stony Brook mens soccer team on defense against Hofstra on Sept. 3. After starting 2-1, the team looks to have a strong first year in the CAA. FRANCESCA MEVS/THE STATESMAN

New conference and offseason losses pose a challenge for Stony Brook men’s soccer

Mike Anderson September 4, 2022
Coming off of a very promising 2021 season, the Stony Brook men’s soccer team will look to continue to trend upwards in 2022. However, they may find that task difficult given the circumstances surrounding this year’s team.
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Stony Brook women’s soccer routs LIU in third win of season

Melanie Karniewich August 29, 2022
In a battle for Long Island supremacy, it was the underclassmen that led Stony Brook women’s soccer to a strong bounceback from last Thursday’s loss. 
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The Stony Brook mens soccer team against Hofstra last year. The team lost their season opener this past Thursday at LIU. JOCELYN CRUZ/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook men’s soccer drops season opener at LIU

Jake Woodward August 26, 2022
A scoreless outing from the offense led the Stony Brook men’s soccer team to a disappointing opening day loss.
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Midfielder Ellie Massera running with the ball in the UNH game on April 9. The Seawolves dominated the game against UNH with a score of KAT PROCACCI/THE STATESMAN

No. 5 Stony Brook women’s lacrosse decimates UNH

Paul McDonough April 10, 2022
In the final seconds of a conference matchup on Saturday, April 9, the Seawolves secured a dominant 20-6 victory over New Hampshire at LaValle Stadium.
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Pitcher Andrew Ledbetter catching the ball in the game against Iona on March 30. RAYMOND WILSON/THE STATESMAN

Inconsistent pitching remains Stony Brook baseball’s biggest concern

Mike Anderson April 4, 2022
The pitching was bad in just about every aspect. Any and all early-season concerns with the hitters are gone, and have been gone for a little while now. Yet, the question remains: who can head coach Matt Senk turn to?
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The Stony Brook Baseball team resting up in the dugout during the game against Iona on March 30th. Despite their many pitcher substitutions, the Seawolves won their games against Hartford on April 1st. RAYMOND WILSON/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook baseball overcomes pitching struggles to win Hartford series

Mike Anderson April 3, 2022
It wound up being another successful weekend for the Stony Brook baseball team, as it won its third series in a row to begin the conference season...the Seawolves (12-14, 7-2 AE) swept a doubleheader to take two of three games from Hartford. 
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Zapolski in the game against Dartmouth on Feb. 27. KAT PROCACCI/THE STATESMAN

No. 6 Stony Brook women’s lacrosse dominates Brown on the road

Paul McDonough March 23, 2022
On Thursday, the Brown Bears scored 22 goals against Central Connecticut — the most they have scored in a single game this season. But when the Seawolves came to town on Tuesday, March 22, the Bears couldn’t score more than three.
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