The 8-7 victory advances the Seawolves to a 3-1 against the America East, which ties them with the Albany Great Danes for first place.
Stony Brook Men’s Lacrosse never took a lead against the Princeton Tigers in its 16-8 defeat on Saturday, April 7 at Class of 1952 Stadium in Princeton, New Jersey.
With time winding down, the Seawolves’ defensive pressure was able to put an end to UMBC’s three-goal fourth period and pick up the victory 7-6 on Sunday at UMBC Stadium.
Hofstra tacked a 14-2 home loss onto the Seawolves' record, extending their losing streak to four games.
Brown’s swift offensive tempo didn’t let up, as the team scored four straight and outscored Stony Brook 4-1 in the second period. Stony Brook’s defense failed to control the
The much younger-staffed team, along with key veterans, look to live up to the expectations that have been placed on them and stay at the top of the America East.
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 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.
Stony Brook Men’s Lacrosse made history on Saturday at Stevenson Field by tying the team’s Division I record of 25 goals in a victory over Brown University.