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Future Seawolves: A look at Mens Basketballs 17-18 recruiting class

Future Seawolves: A look at Men’s Basketball’s ’17-18 recruiting class

Kunal Kohli December 4, 2016
For Stony Brook, a mid-major conference team from the America East, scouting comes with an additional caveat: trying to recruit big name players to a small name school.
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A letter from Carson Puriefoy

Letter to the Editor November 12, 2015
Jameel and I and Ray know what’s at stake. We gotta finish what we started.
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(HEATHER KHALIFA / THE STATESMAN)

Stony Brook alumni finding success playing overseas

Chris Peraino November 4, 2014
Becoming a professional athlete is every little kid’s dream. And while no Seawolves have made it to the NBA at this point, that dream has still become a reality for many of them overseas.
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Jim Fiore: the man behind Seawolves nation

Jim Fiore: the man behind Seawolves nation

Mike Daniello November 24, 2013
The main man behind the biggest controversy at Stony Brook in a few years is former Athletic Director Jim Fiore. He was bought out Tuesday night by the school for $800,000, covering the remaining 31 months on his contract. There are many speculations as to the rationale behind his firing, but none have been confirmed yet.
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Hoopla: Seawolves expect big things from point guards

Joe Galotti November 5, 2013
Back in 2011, point guard Bryan Dougher served as the Seawolves’ floor general and one of the team’s biggest leaders. Meanwhile, his young backup Anthony Jackson had the chance to learn from one of the program’s great players about what it took to fill that role. In 2013, history seems to be repeating itself. Now Jackson is the team’s starting point guard and also one of the team captains, while the talented and quick sophomore Carson Puriefoy is learning from him.
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Hoopla: Men’s Basketball has sights set on NCAA tournament

Joe Galotti November 5, 2013
The Stony Brook Men’s Basketball team is coming off arguably the best season in the program’s history. They won 25 games, the most since 1977, and won their very first NIT matchup, defeating Massachusetts in the first round of the tournament. But, the one thing the head coach Steve Pikiell’s squad once again failed to achieve was winning the America East Conference Title and grabbing an NCAA tournament bid.
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Hoopla: Seven former Seawolves playing basketball overseas this year

Mike Daniello November 5, 2013

  Bryan Dougher Bryan Dougher left Stony Brook as its leading scorer with 1609 points, and now finds himself playing in Australia. He is part of the Ringwood Hawks' starting five, as...

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Men’s Basketball wins first-ever NIT game, upsets UMass

David O'Connor March 20, 2013

Stony Brook secured its first ever National Invitation Tournament victory on Wednesday night against the No. 2 seed University of Massachusetts Minutemen, taking the game by a score of 71-58. The...

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Seawolves miss first-ever NCAA tournament bid, have to settle for NIT again

Adrian Szkolar March 10, 2013

And just like that, Stony Brook’s bid for its first-ever NCAA tournament bid came to an end. It has become a familiar feeling for the Seawolves, who will once again have to settle for a bid into...

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Albany fans storm the court after Stony Brooks Dave Coley missed a desperation shot at the buzzer.(EZRA MARGONO / THE STATESMAN)

Albany defeats Men’s Basketball 61-59 in America East semi-final, ends NCAA tournament hopes

David O'Connor March 10, 2013

The Stony Brook University men’s basketball team fell to the University at Albany Great Danes on Sunday evening, 61-59, in the semi-final game of the America East Championship. “This year they...

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Stony Brook poses after winning the regular season title for the third time in the last four years. The Seawolves will enter the America East tournament, with hopes of winning and advancing to their first-ever NCAA tournament. Photo by Nina Lin.

Men’s Basketball defeats Albany 75-70

David O'Connor March 4, 2013
The Stony Brook University men’s basketball team won the final game of the regular season on Sunday afternoon against the University at Albany Great Danes, 75-70, in a close contest that did not have a clear winner until the final few seconds of the game.
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Men’s Basketball defeats Maine 69-53

David O'Connor February 25, 2013

With win, SBU clinches share of regular season title The Stony Brook University men’s basketball team inched one game closer to the end of its conference schedule and clinched at least a share of...

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