“We just want to prove ourselves,” sophomore defender Kerry Pearson said in an interview with The Statesman. “We have a really young team and we have the talent there and we just have to keep working hard to prove ourselves.”
An end to a losing streak was not in the cards for the Stony Brook women’s soccer team on a dreary afternoon in northern New Jersey. The Seawolves suffered their third straight loss, all of which being shutouts.
The Stony Brook men’s soccer team continued its hot start with a 1-0 win at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium over the Columbia Lions Monday, Sept. 6. With the win, the Seawolves improved to 3-1 overall on the season in an impressive non-conference stretch.
Junior goalkeeper Emerson Richmond Burke had the best two-game stretch of her career with 11 saves, but a shocking lack of scoring contributed to two shutout away losses for the Stony Brook women’s soccer team against Big East and Pac-12 opponents.
With its home opener against Quinnipiac canceled due to conditions from Hurricane Henri, the Seawolves’ season debut at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium was pushed back a week to Sunday, Aug. 29 versus the Columbia Lions.