No matter what stage she is playing on, forward Nairimar Vargas-Reyes is living her dream. The six-foot graduate student is now in her fifth and final year of college basketball and is poised to play a much bigger role for the 2022 Stony Brook women’s basketball team.
The Stony Brook women’s soccer team took its final bow of the season after falling to Northeastern, 2-1, in the quarterfinals of the Colonial Athletic Association women’s soccer championship tournament.
The Seawolves won the Battle of Long Island on Sunday to end their regular season and clinch the sixth seed in the conference tournament. Carried by Côté’s performance, the team defeated the Hofstra Pride 2-1, securing a playoff berth in its first season in the Colonial Athletic Association
Neither side could muster up a goal in the first-ever meeting between the Stony Brook women’s soccer team and its new conference foe Charleston.
The two teams played a very even-keeled and hard-fought game, from smart moves offensively to strong defense.
The Seawolves picked up the first win of their road trip at the Delaware Blue Hens on Thursday night. After back-to-back shutout losses, the second half brought Stony Brook the win they have been looking for.
Now in her third year with the Stony Brook women’s soccer team, defender Kerry Pearson has worked her way from the promising upstart to the leader of the pack. However, her story in soccer long predates her days at Stony Brook.
Despite only allowing a single goal, the Stony Brook women’s soccer team now find themselves in the midst of a two-game losing streak in their inaugural CAA season. The Seawolves continued on their road trip for a fourth consecutive conference game.
The Stony Brook women’s soccer team was held scoreless after a historic game this past Sunday as they continue to drop lower in the CAA standings. The Seawolves traveled to Parsons Field for their third conference game of the season.
The Seawolves returned home to Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium to host the Manhattan Jaspers on Thursday, Sept. 15. Stony Brook played a much better game on both ends of the field, leading them to a 1-1 tie against the Jaspers.