However, three turnovers in the third quarter coupled with losing senior starting quarterback Joe Carbone to injury crippled their momentum and resulted in a 28-14 loss at
"I would say that I am at an advantage because people underestimate me,” Johnson said. “I like when people underestimate me because I can come out there and show them what I’m
Though the loss hurts for Stony Brook, the team still able to make into the playoffs as an at-large team.
The Seawolves fell short. And with that, their collective hearts broke as they lost 13-10 on Saturday, Oct. 27 at Bridgeforth Stadium in Harrisonburg, VA.
Stony Brook Football dominated the Rhode Island Rams 52-14 in its homecoming game.
After last week’s 52-28 blowout loss against Towson, Stony Brook Football came into its game on Saturday, Oct. 13 against New Hampshire hoping to get the ship back on course.
Stony Brook Football found itself in the same situation against Towson on Saturday, Oct. 6 that it was in last week against Villanova, with a 21-0 deficit to start the game at
The Seawolves offense produced another impressive outing, racking up 335 rushing yards and 482 total while averaging seven yards per play.
Last week’s 38-0 loss to Air Force left the Seawolves stomaching the bitter taste of defeat, but yesterday’s 50-21 victory at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium refreshed them.
The Stony Brook football team comes roaring into the 2018 season hoping to build on its 2017 success, a year in which the team finished 10-3 and won a playoff game against