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Right fielder Alyssa Costello reaches on a throwing error against Fordham on Wednesday, April 26. Costello had two hits in the Stony Brook softball teams loss to St. Johns. TIM GIORLANDO/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook softball suffers blowout loss at St. John’s

Anthony DiCocco May 4, 2023

In its final nonconference game of the season, the Stony Brook softball team did not even make it past the fifth inning. The Seawolves (22-25, 7-13 CAA) traveled to Queens, N.Y. on Wednesday to...

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First baseman Ashley Jacobson stretches to catch a throw, beating the runner by a stride for the out. Jacobson and the Stony Brook softball team picked up a big series win against Towson over the weekend. TIM GIORLANDO/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook softball fights off rain delays to take series from Towson

Anthony DiCocco May 1, 2023
Though it took almost six hours on Sunday to do so, the Stony Brook softball team picked up a huge series win to give itself a shot at the playoffs.
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Center fielder Alicia Orosco sees a pitch against Hofstra on Saturday, March 18. Orosco had one of Stony Brooks three hits on Wednesday against St. Johns. TIM GIORLANDO/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook softball shut out in fourth-straight loss

Kenny Spurrell March 23, 2023
Despite a stellar showing by starting pitcher Ashton Melaas, offensive struggles sank the Stony Brook softball team in extra innings.
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Pitcher Ashton Melaas throws a pitch against Hofstra on Saturday, March 18. Melaas pitched well this weekend, but the Stony Brook softball team was swept despite her efforts. TIM GIORLANDO/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook softball swept in Battle of Long Island, remains winless in CAA

Kenny Spurrell March 20, 2023
Coming off a doubleheader sweep earlier in the week, the Stony Brook softball team was handed three-straight losses by its Long Island rival. The Seawolves (8-13, 0-6 CAA) hosted the Hofstra Pride in their home-opening three-game series at University Field.
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