The Seawolves traveled down to Newark, New Jersey and took two out of three games from NJIT. A couple of good pitching performances along with some hot hitting helped Stony Brook win their sixth conference series of the year.
The Seawolves continued their up-and-down season with a 9-2 loss on April 27 to the Stags. The game marked head coach Matt Senk’s 1500th career game coached with Stony Brook, making him one of 15 active coaches in the NCAA to reach that milestone.
Over the weekend, Stony Brook took sole ownership of the conference’s top spot after defeating the Albany Great Danes in a series. The pitching for the Seawolves bounced back nicely, while the offense and defense continued to shine.
The pitching was bad in just about every aspect. Any and all early-season concerns with the hitters are gone, and have been gone for a little while now. Yet, the question remains: who can head coach Matt Senk turn to?
It wound up being another successful weekend for the Stony Brook baseball team, as it won its third series in a row to begin the conference season…the Seawolves (12-14, 7-2 AE) swept a doubleheader to take two of three games from Hartford.
With a battle for early-season supremacy on the line, the Stony Brook baseball team had a successful weekend in Orono, bouncing back from an opening game loss to take two out of three contests against the Maine Black Bears from March 25 to March 27.