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Ahead of their semifinal matchup on Sunday, Oct. 25, first-place Stony Brook Women’s Soccer took home numerous honors as the America East Conference released regular season awards on Wednesday, Oct. 24.
Stony Brook finished the matchup with eight total shots, with half landing on net. One of them, an opportunity by sophomore midfielder Kimmy Chavkin, came just three minutes after the New Hampshire goal, but she was stopped by graduate goalkeeper Mia Neas.
Stony Brook Men’s Soccer looked to continue its three-game winning streak on Tuesday, Oct. 2 against No. 21-ranked Fordham, but was held to a scoreless draw after severe weather conditions forced the game to be called following regulation.
With Stony Brook Women’s Soccer entering the 2018 season as defending America East champion, confidence in the team has never been higher. Last year’s accomplishments have not translated into expectations, however, and head coach Brendan Faherty is focused on a fresh start with this year’s squad.