Unbeaten since opening night, the Stony Brook women’s soccer team now has the chance to stand alone at the top of the conference table. Fresh off its biggest blowout win of the year, the Seawolves will host the Delaware Blue Hens on Thursday, Sept. 14.
Wrapping up the nonconference portion of their schedule, the Seawolves engaged in a 2-2 draw with the Fordham Rams on Thursday night at Jack Coffey Field. After falling behind 2-0, Stony Brook’s high-flying offense rallied to knot the score up.
Following their first win of the season, the Seawolves (2-1-1) picked up another victory 2-1 over the Merrimack Warriors (1-2-0) on Sunday afternoon at Martone-Mejail Field. Another strong performance on both ends brought Stony Brook a winning record.
The Seawolves wrapped up their opening three-game homestand with a dominant 3-1 victory over the Lafayette Leopards on Thursday afternoon. Stony Brook’s high-powered offense allowed it to cruise to a win.
Coming off a disastrous 2022 season, the Stony Brook men’s soccer team is looking for some star power to help it bounce back. Luckily for the program, it appears to have found a big-time player in defender Jon Jelercic.
A sock trick from midfielder Noah Armitage helped power the Stony Brook men’s lacrosse team to a blowout win in its conference opener. In their Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) debut, the Seawolves (4-4, 1-0 CAA) made a statement with a 19-3 win over the Hampton Pirates on Saturday.