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Midfielder Lorenzo Selini (foreground) sends a free kick into the box against Temple while defender Sean Towey (background) looks on. Selini and Towey will look to help shut down Monmouths top scorer on Friday. GEORGE CARATZAS/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook men’s soccer shoots for regular-season title in battle for first

Cameron Takmil October 19, 2023

With the regular season coming to a close, the Stony Brook men’s soccer team has a chance to clinch the Coastal Athletic Association’s (CAA) regular-season championship as early as Friday. The...

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Midfielder Kyle Smith (right) passes the ball to forward Caleb Danquah (left) against Temple on Tuesday, Oct. 17. Smith scored his first career goal to win the match. GEORGE CARATZAS/THE STATESMAN

Smith’s first career goal wins midweek match for Stony Brook men’s soccer

Aidan Steng October 18, 2023

By putting up its highest shot total against an NCAA Division I team this year, the Stony Brook men’s soccer team was able to pull off a comeback. The Seawolves (6-3-4, 4-0-2 CAA) came from behind...

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Midfielder Trevor Harrison dribbles the ball up the left wing against Le Moyne on Wednesday, Oct. 11. Harrison scored his career-high fourth goal of the season in the draw against the Dolphins. STANLEY ZHENG/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook men’s soccer draws in high-scoring midweek contest

Nayden Villorente October 12, 2023
In a midweek game full of hard-earned goals and fast responses, the Stony Brook men’s soccer team settled for a draw. Returning to Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium after a two-game road trip, the Seawolves hosted the Le Moyne Dolphins on Wednesday night.
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Forward Sherese Pittman handling the ball in the low post against Iona on Thursday, Nov. 10. Pittman scored the game-winning bucket against the Gaels, completing a come-from-behind victory for Stony Brook. ONESUN JEONG/THE STATESMAN

Pittman scores game-winner to complete massive comeback for Stony Brook women’s basketball

Alex Streinger November 15, 2022
A 26-point deficit was not enough to bury the Stony Brook women’s basketball team, as a strong comeback led it to its second-straight win. 
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Defenders Sebastian Rojek (21) and Evan Peters (4) in action against Charleston on Saturday, Oct. 8. The Stony Brook mens soccer team lost its third straight game on Tuesday, being shut out once again. KAYLA MOLANO GOMEZ/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook men’s soccer continues slump, reaches double-digit losses

Anthony DiCocco October 19, 2022
Another weak offensive showing from the Stony Brook men’s soccer team ensured that at least half of its season would be filled with scoreless soccer. 
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Redshirt senior running back Stacey Bedell breaks through a tackle. The Seawolves fell to the Tribe ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Football Preview: Seawolves seeking consistent offense to pair with strong defense

Joseph Konig September 5, 2017
“The main difference is our mental approach as a team, our mental toughness,” Priore said. “I think that’s going to be the difference in this upcoming year.”
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Football allows four second-half touchdowns, crushed by Sacred Heart

Football allows four second-half touchdowns, crushed by Sacred Heart

Chris Peraino September 25, 2016
To the dismay of the crowd, the No. 24 Seawolves were held scoreless in the second half, giving up 28 unanswered points in a 38-10 loss to Sacred Heart on Saturday night.
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Upon Further Review: O-line at the center of passing struggles

Upon Further Review: O-line at the center of passing struggles

Kunal Kohli September 25, 2016
Anyone could have blamed Carbone for the disappointing performance, but a successful offense doesn’t start with the quarterback; it starts with the offensive line.
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Football stuns No. 2 Richmond, offense has breakout game

Football stuns No. 2 Richmond, offense has breakout game

Chris Peraino September 18, 2016
Rectifying recent woes, Stony Brook’s offense had a breakout performance that upset No. 2 Richmond, the program’s first ever win against a top-five ranked opponent.
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Two-minute drill: Stony Brook 42, No. 2 Richmond 14

Two-minute drill: Stony Brook 42, No. 2 Richmond 14

Kunal Kohli September 17, 2016
Stony Brook Football put on a masterful offensive performance, dominating the Richmond Spiders 42-14 on Saturday afternoon at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium.
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Stony Brook football head coach Chuck Priore during a game in 2016. EVAN YUSON/STATESMAN FILE

Temple outclasses Stony Brook, wins in blowout

Skyler Gilbert September 11, 2016
After being competitive with FBS opponents in recent seasons, Stony Brook failed to seriously challenge Temple on Saturday afternoon, falling 38-0.
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Upon Further Review: Seawolves not yet there

Upon Further Review: Seawolves not yet ‘there’

Kunal Kohli September 11, 2016
The team’s 38-0 shutout loss to Temple, one of the worst losses in school history, shows that Stony Brook is not ready to handle the bigger programs in college football.
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