It used to be, and still is, a normality for the Seawolves to bring a lot of west coast talent to come play here.
Stony Brook couldn’t crack the codes on Hartford’s defense as the team fell 62-40 Wednesday afternoon at the Island Federal Credit Union Arena.
Stony Brook looked as if the then four-game slide it has been on did not exist for the first three quarters of Wednesday's night home game against New Hampshire.
With four minutes to go in the fourth quarter, the Stony Brook Women’s Basketball team found itself on the brink of ending its three-game losing streak.
The comeback was nearly complete, but the Retrievers made late shots and were able to escape, beating the Seawolves, 67-61, on Wednesday afternoon.
The Seawolves came out of halftime and held the Black Bears to a mere 10 points in the second half, coming away with their first conference win of the season.
Stony Brook’s Athletics Department announced Kristin Belzung as the new volleyball head coach this past Friday.
In the final two minutes, Albany went on an 8-2 run to halt the Seawolves' comeback and win Saturday afternoon’s game, 64-54, at SEFCU Arena.
Jokes, laughs, songs and the smell of latkes filled SAC Ballroom B, as more than 100 students participated in friendly competition at Stony Brook Hillel’s annual Latke 1000.
The Stony Brook women’s basketball team held off a fourth-quarter comeback from Central Connecticut to win, 64-59, on Sunday afternoon at William H. Detrick Gymnasium.