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Sophmore forward Manuela Corcho (No. 18, above) has recorded four points in a breakout season for Stony Brook. CHRISTOPHER CAMERON/THE STATESMAN

Manuela Corcho making an impact as a sophomore

David Vertsberger October 5, 2015
Manuela Corcho’s story speaks for itself. The sophomore forward emigrated from Columbia and nearly missed out on college soccer after tearing an ACL in high school.
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The womens soccer teamBRIDGET DOWNES/STATESMAN FILE

Pair of Edwards goals not enough as Women’s Soccer draws

Skyler Gilbert September 24, 2015
The draw pushes the Seawolves’ seasonal record to 3-5-2 as the non-conference schedule concludes.
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Edwards’ PK goal salvages tie with Yale

Erol Ozkumru September 20, 2015
Raven Edwards scored a penalty kick late in the second half to send the Seawolves' match against Yale to overtime. Neither team could convert in extra time, drawing the match.
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WSOC beats Fairleigh Dickinson for third win in four games

WSOC beats Fairleigh Dickinson for third win in four games

Chris Gaine September 13, 2015
A pair of first-half goals gave Stony Brook women’s soccer an early lead that the Seawolves would not relinquish.
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Wiggins 68th-minute free kick provides Seawolves victory

Wiggins’ 68th-minute free kick provides Seawolves victory

Skyler Gilbert September 8, 2015
The win was the second of the Labor Day weekend for Stony Brook, with the Seawolves defeating Wagner 2-1 on Friday night.
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Devereauxs heroics give Seawolves first win of the season

Devereaux’s heroics give Seawolves first win of the season

Skyler Gilbert September 5, 2015
In the 85th minute, senior midfielder Tessa Devereaux spun around a defender and elevated home a game-winning goal for a 2-1 Seawolves victory.
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(HEATHER KHALIFA/THE STATESMAN)

With “Together We Transform,” the pressure to perform is on

Cameron Boon September 1, 2015
When SBU first joined the realm of Division I athletics in 1994, it was like Cinderella. Not necessarily beaten around, but not expected to do anything spectacular or great.
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If the Seawolves will return to their 2012 America East Championship glory, they will rely on increased offensive output from the likes of Raven Edwards, above.

Women’s Soccer looks to overcome youth and turnover

David Vertsberger August 26, 2015
“Our goal is the same every year,” head coach Sue Ryan said. “To put us in a position to win the America East Championship so we can play in NCAA [tournament] matches.”
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Womens Soccer drops both games of opening weekend

Women’s Soccer drops both games of opening weekend

Skyler Gilbert August 25, 2015
Despite dominating large portions of play and holding a large lead in shot attempts, the SBU women’s soccer team was defeated 2-0 by the visiting Sacred Heart Pioneers.
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(EFAL SAYED / THE STATESMAN)

Lack of scoring results in no postseason for women’s soccer

Andrew Eichenholz November 6, 2014
During the 2013 season, Stony Brook women’s soccer put at least one goal on the scoreboard in every one of its America East games.
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(EFAL SAYED / THE STATESMAN)

Women’s soccer fails to earn America East Tournament bid

Cameron Boon October 27, 2014
With its 1-0 loss at New Hampshire on Sunday, the Stony Brook women’s soccer team lost hope of qualifying for the America East Tournament, finishing the season in 7th place in the conference.
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(SAHER JAFRI / THE STATESMAN)

Regan Bosnyak buries double overtime goal for first conference win

Andrew Eichenholz October 13, 2014
The Stony Brook women’s soccer team looked as if they were destined for another tie when their Sunday afternoon game against Binghamton was knotted at zero.
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