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Goalkeeper Nicolette Pasquarella launches a goal kick on Sept. 17 against Hofstra. Pasquarella has become one of the Coastal Athletic Associations elite goalies. STANLEY ZHENG/THE STATESMAN

Hard-working Nicolette Pasquarella has her eyes on the prize

Cameron Takmil October 24, 2023

Ever since she was a little kid, the ball found its way to Stony Brook’s women’s soccer goalkeeper Nicolette Pasquarella, and it has never left her feet since. The Long Island native has been...

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Forward Olsen Aluc glides past an Iona defender on Aug. 28. Aluc scored in his third consecutive match on Tuesday. TIM GIORLANDO/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook men’s soccer loses in trip to D.C.

Nayden Villorente September 5, 2023
After allowing two goals in under half a minute, the Stony Brook men’s soccer team remains winless in nonconference games.
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Guard Gigi Gonzalez shooting a corner three against Columbia on Wednesday, Dec. 7. Gonzalez set a career-high in scoring for the second time this year, scoring 28 points against the Lions. TIM GIORLANDO/THE STATESMAN

Turnovers, poor rebounding plague Stony Brook women’s basketball in loss

Garcelle Jean-Louis December 8, 2022
The Stony Brook women’s basketball team played its worst defense of the season, leading to its first home loss of the year. 
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Forward Nairimar Vargas-Reyes shooting a free throw in a game against Iona on Monday, Nov. 14. Vargas-Reyes continued her strong play last week, but the Stony Brook womens basketball team was unable to win either game. ONESUN JEONG/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook women’s basketball suffers winless week, falls to 0-4 in road games

Alex Streinger and Cameron Takmil December 4, 2022

A rough week kept the Stony Brook women’s basketball team winless on the road to start its 2022-23 season. The Seawolves (4-4) visited the Pennsylvania Quakers on Thursday and the Bucknell Bison...

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Forward Sherese Pittman going up for a layup against Iona on Monday, Nov. 14. Pittman averaged 18.5 points and nine rebounds in the Puerto Rico Clasico, leading her team to a sweep of the tournament. ONESUN JEONG/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook women’s basketball goes 2-0 in Puerto Rico Clasico

Alex Streinger November 25, 2022
The Stony Brook women’s basketball team brought its best efforts to Puerto Rico, picking up a big pair of wins on foreign hardwood.
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Mold on Shauna Nordeens shoe. SHAUNA NORDEEN/THE STATESMAN

Mold in dorms poses health concern

Benjamin Joffe February 25, 2022
Mold is one of the most common problems encountered in college dorms, and SBU is not immune to this. Students have long complained of mold in their dorms, but more concerningly, have also complained about a lack of urgency from Campus Residences. 
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SBU researchers use social media to study unhealthy drinking habits

Sam Rowland September 20, 2020
Stony Brook University researchers in psychology and computer science have received a $2.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to fund the development of potential new treatments for addiction.
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SBU professor investigates morals and self-interest

Mahreen Khan November 18, 2014
A new study on moral disagreements and the human inclination towards self-interest was recently published in the research journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
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Campus beautification not the most pressing matter

Jeremy Kline April 15, 2014
Old, grey buildings blot the landscape, water marks running down their sides like weeping giants. The barren trees jut up like spires, piercing the grey sky above, while a soft drizzle slowly patters off of the concrete pathways between buildings. If you thought I was describing a bombed out city in a barren wasteland, you would be wrong. I was actually describing my walk from the Humanities building to the Union last Tuesday. Many students across campus have grumbled about the ugliness of the buildings on campus, and the problem does not look like it is going to be solved any time soon.
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Who is Donna Woodruff?

Who is Donna Woodruff?

Mike Daniello November 24, 2013
With the sudden chaos developing in Stony Brook Athletics, the department has turned to Donna Woodruff to serve as the Interim Director of Athletics, following Jim Fiore’s firing. If you have ever been to a sporting event on campus, you know who Fiore is: the fiery, intense guy you picture representing the department. But who is Donna Woodruff, and what will she bring to Stony Brook Athletics?
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Football Prepares for Season with Scrimmage Against UPenn

Joe Galotti September 2, 2013
The Stony Brook football team looked sharp in all areas of their game during a scrimmage against the University of Pennsylvania on Saturday afternoon at LaValle Stadium. The day featured controlled situational drills in the first half, followed by a second half of 11-on-11 live football.
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