It was a dejà vu occurrence for the No. 4 seeded Stony Brook men’s lacrosse team Thursday night. The team allowed an eight-goal second quarter stretch by Albany for the second
The Seawolves will look to upset the top-seeded Great Danes who went undefeated in conference play for its fifth straight season.
The Stony Brook men’s lacrosse team put the ball in the hands of an unlikely freshman hero during crunch time in an America East conference game against UMass Lowell.
Putting the ball in the right spot, in addition to receiving regular playing time, has catapulted Janofsky to having breakout season at the plate.
Although Stony Brook failed to win the game, there were some positive performances from multiple players on the roster.
However, this game was different from the rest, as Stony Brook took the lead early and did not look back, recording their sixth consecutive win against Hartford.
The Seawolves’ push for victory in the final quarter ultimately fell short as they ran out of time, falling to Hofstra Tuesday night by a score of 11-9 at James H. Shuart
The freshman duo came to Stony Brook not knowing if they would even touch the field. They currently have a combined 22 goals and share one common objective in mind.
The No. 14 ranked Stony Brook men’s lacrosse team posted its lowest scoring total in a game since the 2009 season in a loss to Rutgers Friday night by a score of 17-4.
At one time down 17 with 16:30 remaining, Stony Brook managed to cut the deficit to three with 8:41 left to play, but it was the closest Stony Brook came to taking the lead.