Despite an overall disappointing year for the Stony Brook football team, homecoming weekend brought an explosive infusion of spirit with SBU’s dominant 27-14 win over the Richmond Spiders on Saturday,…
The Seawolves were down by just a field goal at the end of the first quarter and trailed by only 10 at halftime to the No. 4 FBS-ranked Oregon Ducks, the two-time defending Pac-12 champions, making many across the country nervous at the close score.
The Seawolves will travel upstate to face the Colgate Raiders on Saturday, Sept. 11 at Andy Kerr Stadium, looking to rebound from last Thursday’s painful season-opening loss to New Hampshire. It will be the first meeting between these two schools since 2013, with Stony Brook leading the all-time series 3-1.
The Seawolves fell 19 yards shy of completing what would have been an all-time comeback, ultimately falling 27-21 to the New Hampshire Wildcats at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium on Thursday, Sept. 2 in the season opener.
Stony Brook Football will open its season against the New Hampshire Wildcats on Thursday, Sept. 2 at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium. For the Seawolves, it is a chance to erase the spring from recent memory and prove the doubters wrong with an emphatic victory.
One of the Stony Brook football team’s biggest additions this past offseason was not to the roster, but rather to the coaching staff. Former head coach of LIU’s football team Bryan Collins joins the Seawolves as their new defensive line coach.
Looking to leave a disappointing shortened spring 2021 season in the rearview mirror, Stony Brook’s football team will need a bounceback season from graduate quarterback Tyquell Fields in his last year of eligibility.
The coaching staff of the Stony Brook football team gained another shakeup on Tuesday, Aug. 17, when it was announced that Bryan Collins would be joining the Seawolves as their new defensive line coach.