Stony Brook Volleyball concluded its historic 2018 season with a three-set loss against the No. 4-seeded Brigham Young University Cougars in the first round of the NCAA
Top-seeded Stony Brook Volleyball concluded its season in thrilling fashion, winning the America East Championship for the second consecutive season. The Seawolves defeated
Stony Brook is looking for retribution from its loss to Albany in four sets at the 2007 conference finals, which was the last time the Seawolves hosted the tournament.
Stony Brook Volleyball has risen to unprecedented heights following its historic undefeated season against America East Conference rivals.
Ending the year on a 15-game winning streak, the 19-8 Seawolves finished a perfect 12-0 in conference play.
Stony Brook Volleyball secured an America East postseason spot after defeating the New Hampshire Wildcats.
The Seawolves defeated each of their conference rivals in the first go-around of the league schedule and swept the Hartford Hawks in both of their contests.
The Seawolves have now defeated each of their America East rivals to begin conference play for the first time in program history.
Despite two three-set sweeps over the weekend against America East rivals Binghamton Bearcats and the UMBC Retrievers, Stony Brook Volleyball was not content.
The Stony Brook volleyball team marched into Lowell, Massachusetts on Friday, Sept. 28 riding the high of a three-game winning streak, and left having added to their