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The Stony Brook mens soccer team lines up for pregame introductions on Sept. 17, 2022. The Seawolves were picked to finish last in the conference this year and are fired up to compete in 2023. CAMRON WANG/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook men’s soccer seeks to prove last-place prediction wrong

Alex Streinger August 19, 2023
Feeling overlooked, the Stony Brook men’s soccer team has a lot to prove as it enters its second year in the Coastal Athletic Association (CAA).
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The Stony Brook mens soccer team lines up for the national anthem before a game against Yale on Sept. 20, 2022. The Seawolves brought in several new players this past offseason to help them for this upcoming season. MACKENZIE YADDAW/THE STATESMAN

New influx of players helping Stony Brook men’s soccer reload for 2023

Alex Streinger August 19, 2023
Following a rough introduction to a new conference and the exit of key players during the offseason, the Stony Brook men’s soccer team desperately needed a roster revamp for 2023.
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Guards Gigi Gonzalez (left) and Annie Warren (right) in a game against Columbia on Wednesday, Dec. 10. The two guards combined for 34 points on Saturday as the Stony Brook womens basketball team defeated St. Francis Brooklyn 75-59. CAMRON WANG/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook women’s basketball evens up record with balanced performance

Cameron Takmil December 11, 2022
With a dominant shooting performance across the board, the Stony Brook women’s basketball team snapped a three-game losing streak to get back to .500.
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McKenzie Bushee in a home game last spring. Senior forwards McKenzie Bushee and Leighah-Amori Wool, as well as junior guard Anastasia Warren, scored 10 points in a game against NJIT. ROYA MEHRBAKHSH/STATESMAN FILE

Women’s Basketball improves to 8-4 after sweeping America East newcomer NJIT

Ryan Magill January 27, 2021
With its sweep over the NJIT Highlanders, the Stony Brook women’s basketball team has improved its strong record to 8-4 (6-2 AE) after a pair of home victories this weekend.
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Forward redshirt-sophomore Oksana Gouchie-Provencher with the ball in a game against New Paltz on Wednesday, Nov. 28. SASCHA ROSIN/THE STATESMAN

Women’s Basketball upset by Toledo in inaugural meeting

Ethan Tam December 21, 2018
The Stony Brook women’s basketball team’s win streak was snapped at 10 games after an 80-48 blowout loss to Toledo. This is Stony Brook’s first loss since Nov. 9 against Rutgers.
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Stony Brook University pool. ARACELY JIMENEZ/STATESMAN FILE

Women’s Swimming and Diving falls to St. Francis Brooklyn

Chris Parkinson November 20, 2018
Stony Brook now heads to East Meadow, New York for the ECAC Winter Championships on Friday, Nov. 30 through Sunday, Dec. 2.
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Strong weekend capped off with weekly awards for Stony Brook athletes

Drew Ciampa September 22, 2014
The Stony Brook women’s sports teams had a successful weekend, as women’s volleyball swept its home invitational and women’s soccer beat Fordham on Sunday afternoon in an exciting overtime game.
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Women’s volleyball dominates home invite

Kunal Kohli September 22, 2014
The Seawolves were 4-7 going into three home games at the Seawolves Invite this past Friday. They were looking to dominate at home, but had three tough opponents.
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Seawolves fall to La Salle 65-57 at MSG

Seawolves fall to La Salle 65-57 at MSG

Zach Rowe December 8, 2013
This Saturday, the Stony Brook Seawolves Men’s Basketball team headed out to Madison Square Garden, one of the most famous arenas in sports history, to face off against the La Salle Explorers. The game felt like a home game for the Seawolves, as they brought along a whole battalion of cheerleaders, the band and a sizeable student section. The La Salle Explorers gained national notoriety as one of the NCAA tournament’s Cinderellas, advancing to the Sweet Sixteen last year. Stony Brook faced a tough opponent as La Salle had all but one player return from the season where they played a role Stony Brook hopes to this March. However, the game showed evidence that Stony Brook would need a little improvement to reach that goal, as they were shut down offensively in a second half collapse for a 65-57 La Salle victory.
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