The Stony Brook men’s soccer team now finds itself in the driver’s seat in the America East.
Gonzalez’s goal set the tone early for the Nittany Lions, who defeated Stony Brook Men’s Soccer 3-0 on Tuesday, Oct. 9.
Watson’s header in the 85th minute put Stony Brook Men’s Soccer on top 2-1 on Saturday, Oct. 6, in a crucial America East clash on the road in Binghamton.
Freshman defenseman Rondell Payne during a game against St. Joseph’s on September 5th. Stony Brook won 4-0 against UMass Lowell this past Friday. JONNATHAN PULLA/THE
“Anyone can beat anyone on any given day,” head coach Ryan Anatol said in the opening week of America East conference play. The Seawolves proved that Friday, defeating the
The cross was placed perfectly in front of him, only the goalkeeper standing in his way. A tap with the right foot, and the ball flew just past the goalkeeper’s outstretched
The Seawolves took over against the Gaels in enemy territory on Wednesday, Sept. 12, securing their second consecutive 4-0 victory and evening their record at 4-4.
Saturday, Sept. 8 was a day of near misses for Stony Brook Men’s Soccer, as the team managed to hit the mark on only one of more than 20 chances at the goal.
Stony Brook Men’s Soccer went into the 2018 season in need of a solution to its latest challenge: how to replace a class of 11 seniors departing from the program.
Nearly 90 minutes of a grinding pace fell apart in that moment on Saturday, Sept. 1, and the Stony Brook men’s soccer team could only watch the celebration unfurl on the