The Seawolves offense produced another impressive outing, racking up 335 rushing yards and 482 total while averaging seven yards per play.
Despite two three-set sweeps over the weekend against America East rivals Binghamton Bearcats and the UMBC Retrievers, Stony Brook Volleyball was not content.
The Stony Brook men’s soccer team now finds itself in the driver’s seat in the America East.
The Stony Brook cross country teams had a busy weekend as they competed in two meets.
Stony Brook Hockey’s weekend home-and-home series with the Rutgers Ice Knights was a one-sided affair, with Stony Brook combining for 19 goals in a pair of victories.
After last week’s 52-28 blowout loss against Towson, Stony Brook Football came into its game on Saturday, Oct. 13 against New Hampshire hoping to get the ship back on course.
Julie Johnstonbaugh took matters into her own hands, scoring the lone goal of the night 14 minutes into play.
Gonzalez’s goal set the tone early for the Nittany Lions, who defeated Stony Brook Men’s Soccer 3-0 on Tuesday, Oct. 9.
“First game of the season, we have to work some kinks out, but I was happy with the way the boys played,” head coach Chris Garofalo said.