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Stony Brook wide reciever Donavin Washington (No.5, above) rushes after a punt served by Howard University during Saturdays non-conference football game.  CHRISTOPHER CAMERON/STATESMAN FILE

4th and Goal: Stony Brook ends its five-game losing streak

David Vertsberger November 9, 2015
Every week, our Sports staff will take a deeper look at Stony Brook’s football games and what the team did well and where it went wrong.
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Football gets back in the win column, takes down Howard

Andrew Eichenholz November 8, 2015
Stony Brook’s 12 sacks on the day was the most of any NCAA Division I team this season, leading the way in a 14-9 victory over Howard at LaValle Stadium on Saturday.
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The Stony Brook Football team lost its fifth straight game on Saturday when they fell to Elon at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium. HANAA TAMEEZ/THE STATESMAN

Football hosts Howard at home on Saturday

Skyler Gilbert November 4, 2015
The Stony Brook Football team returns to action this Saturday afternoon at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium, facing Howard University, looking to win its first game since Sep. 19.
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4th and Goal: Stony Brook Football losing streak continues

4th and Goal: Stony Brook Football losing streak continues

Chris Gaine November 1, 2015
2015 has been the worst season in head coach Chuck Priore’s decade-long tenure with the Stony Brook Football team. The Seawolves have now lost five consecutive games.
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Football looks to get back on track against Elon

Football looks to get back on track against Elon

Dylan Moore October 28, 2015
The Stony Brook Football team returns to Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium this Saturday at 12 p.m. to take on Elon, looking to get back in the win column.
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Stony Brook junior running back Stacey Bedell (No. 21, above) in the immediate aftermath of scoring a touchdown against the Central Connecticut Blue Devils in Stony Brooks first football game of the 2015 season. Bedell would end up out of play for the rest of the year due to a shoulder injury. CHRISTOPHER CAMERON/THE STATESMAN

Running back Stacey Bedell to miss remainder of season

Andrew Eichenholz October 12, 2015
“He’s got a shoulder injury and he’s out for the year,” head coach Chuck Priore said in the weekly CAA Football Coaches Teleconference. “There will be no more progressing.”
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Stony Brook will look to top .500 in the Colonial Athletic Association for the first time. MANJU SHIVACHARAN / THE STATESMAN

Defense dominates as Black beats Red in Conti ’11 Memorial Spring Game

Skyler Gilbert April 27, 2015
The Frank Conti '11 Memorial Spring Game took place at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium on Saturday afternoon, with the Black (defense) team defeated the Red (offense) team 22-17.
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4th and Goal: four things to watch for in CAA play

Cameron Boon September 22, 2014
Stony Brook’s strength on offense has definitely been their rushing attack, with four very capable backs in Stacey Bedell, Marcus Coker, James Kenner and Tyler Fredericks.
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4th and Goal: Four takeaways from SBU’s win against AIC

Andrew Eichenholz September 14, 2014
After a shaky start in the first quarter, Seawolves fans held their breath as the team once again looked shaky offensively, until the running game caught fire.
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Sports Highlights: Bryant outslugs Stony Brook on historic night

The Statesman August 29, 2014
The Seawolves lost to Bryant 13-7 in their 2014 season opener, which was also the first Thursday night game in LaValle Stadium history.
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Coker looks to lead Seawolves into CAA contention

Andrew Eichenholz August 25, 2014
After entering the Colonial Athletic Association in 2013, the Seawolves had their worst season in terms of record since 2008. Tough matchups and injuries made the transition all the more difficult.
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The Seawolves will look to build on their 5-6 (3-5 CAA) from the 2013 season. (BASIL JOHN/THE STATESMAN)

Seawolves look to start 2014 season strong against Bryant

Cameron Boon August 25, 2014
Along with a lot of other schools starting their seasons Thursday night, the Seawolves are no different, as they welcome the Bryant Bulldogs to town.
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