The Stony Brook University Sailing Team started this semester ranked 43rd out of 52 teams in the Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate Racing Association (MAISA). As their successful spring season campaign winds down they are now ranked 22nd. The team qualified for the Second Tier Regional Conference Championships within MAISA.
The Stony Brook University Sailing Team won its first, top-three overall finish on March 16 during the William and Mary Spring Open Regatta in Williamsburg, VA. SBU sent two teams…
Stony Brook proved to be too much for Monmouth on Wednesday, as they were able to defeat the Hawks 13-0. It was the first ever shutout in the programs history.
The Seawolves defense was unstoppable, as they held the Hawks to just four shots, and one shot on goal. Senior goalie Frankie Caridi saved the only shot she faced, despite the rain.
For the second consecutive year, the Seawolves are ranked in the Brine Media Preseason Poll. They are coming off their best season in school history, where they finished 17-3 and won their first America East title.
One player from both the Men and Women’s Basketball teams won weekly awards from the America East. Senior guard Chikilra Goodman was named America East Co-Player of the Week for the women and redshirt freshman Ahmad Walker was named America East Rookie of the Week for the men.
The Stony Brook University Sailing Team was upgraded in their conference at the annual meeting of the Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association (MAISA) on December 7, 2013. MAISA is the…
Kaitlin Costello had 14 kills and 15 digs while Hailee Herc had 11 digs on Senior Night for the Stony Brook Women’s Volleyball team. They fell to Yale 3-1 Tuesday night at Pritchard Gymnasium.
Sophomore captain Lo Hathaway did make history in the fourth set. She had her 13th dig of the night to pass Noelle Bay for the all-time single-season record at Stony Brook.
The main man behind the biggest controversy at Stony Brook in a few years is former Athletic Director Jim Fiore. He was bought out Tuesday night by the school for $800,000, covering the remaining 31 months on his contract. There are many speculations as to the rationale behind his firing, but none have been confirmed yet.