SWIM, a local Stony Brook band whose Facebook page describes them as “precise, dramatic and dynamic rock music,” did not get a start like any other college band.
Christa Scognamiglio broke onto the Stony Brook women’s basketball scene as the calendar flipped to 2015, but she was not able to save the Seawolves’ season last Thursday
It is easy to attribute SBU missing out on the NCAA Tournament to one play in particular, but outside of inexperience, it was scoring the basketball that most often hurt SBU.
On Saturday afternoon, the Seawolves looked to continue their six-game undefeated streak on the road against America East rival New Hampshire.
Christina Melian is the sixth different student-athlete to qualify for a Track and Field National Championship as an individual in either indoor or outdoor since 2008.
In a season that has already been horrendously stunted by inclement weather, the Stony Brook Seawolves baseball team’s spell of bad luck spilled over onto Sunday afternoon
A strong final 30 minutes helped the Stony Brook men’s lacrosse team earn it first conference win of the season on Saturday afternoon, as the Seawolves defeated UMBC 12-6.
After coming into the year with championship aspirations, Stony Brook softball has posted mixed results through the first 15 games of the season.
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