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Early goals power Stony Brook mens soccer to second consecutive win

Early goals power Stony Brook men’s soccer to second consecutive win

Ross O'Keefe September 19, 2019
Two goals early in the first half — separated by less than three minutes — would end up being all the Stony Brook men’s soccer team needed to capture a win. Coming off a victory versus Siena, the Seawolves, led by senior striker Jarred Dass, captured another 2-1 victory on Wednesday, Sept. 18 in the Battle of Long Island versus the Hofstra University Pride.
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Senior forward Brittany Snow (No. 20, above) scored 14 points in yesterdays game against Maine. This was Snows last game as a Seawolf. PHOTO CREDIT: STEVE MCLAUGHLIN

Stony Brook loses at Youngstown State in Women’s Basketball Invitational

Joseph Wolkin March 17, 2016
As the Stony Brook Women’s Basketball team attempted to keep its season going, Youngstown State had other ideas.
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Christa Scognamiglio (above) scored 16 points and made 9 rebounds in the Seawolves first and only game in the WBI against Siena. BASIL JOHN / THE STATESMAN

Scognamiglio’s big night not enough to save Seawolves from elimination in opening round of WBI

Cameron Boon March 23, 2015
Christa Scognamiglio broke onto the Stony Brook women’s basketball scene as the calendar flipped to 2015, but she was not able to save the Seawolves’ season last Thursday night.
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Jameel Warney finished with 20 points, capitalizing in the first half of the game and bringing the Seawolves into halftime with a 20-16 edge. HEATHER KHALIFA / THE STATESMAN

Men’s basketball to participate in CBI for second-straight season

Joe Galotti March 16, 2015
Stony Brook's NCAA tournament hopes may have come to a heartbreaking end on Saturday, but SBU will still get the opportunity to participate in a postseason tournament.
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Softball drops three out of five in North Florida Tournament

Softball drops three out of five in North Florida Tournament

Jason Mazza March 2, 2015
The Seawolves fell to 4-6 on the season after dropping three of five in North Florida. Bria Green was a spotlight on the weekend, driving in six runs.
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Leah Yurko scored her first goal of the season on Thursday. (JISOO HWANG / THE STATESMAN)

Women’s Soccer defeats Seton Hall at home, then falls to UConn on road

Drew Ciampa September 8, 2014
After a tough past week where the Stony Brook women’s soccer team suffered two road losses, the Seawolves returned home with a well-earned victory against the Seton Hall Pirates, 2-1.
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Van Dyke sets freshman record for points in rout of Siena

Joe Galotti March 24, 2014
The Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse team reeled off their fourth win in row on Saturday, blowing out Siena by the score of 19-6. Dorrien Van Dyke finished with five goals and four assists and set the program’s freshmen record for most points in a game.
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Seawolves eliminated in first round of CBI by Siena

Joe Galotti March 19, 2014
The Stony Brook Men’s Basketball team’s season came to an abrupt end on Tuesday evening, after they lost in the first round of the College Basketball Invitational to Siena by the score of 66-55. The Saints took control of the game with a 24-7 run in the second half.
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Underclassmen carry Men’s Lacrosse against Siena

Adrian Szkolar March 10, 2013

The young guns came up big again for Stony Brook. Led by freshman Brody Eastwood’s career-high five goals and sophomore Mike Rooney’s two goals and one assist, Stony Brook beat out Siena in most...

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Men’s lacrosse falls to Bryant University

Adrian Szkolar March 26, 2012
With America East conference play coming up, Stony Brook ended the non-conference part of it's schedule with a pair of losses last week.
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