Stony Brook’s women’s basketball team (9-2, 0-1 AE) struggled in the first quarter, missing their first eight shots and falling behind 16-4, and they trailed the rest of the way to lose their conference opener 54-49 on the road Thursday.
It’s unusual for Island Federal Arena to host a Pac-12 team. However, after the Stony Brook women’s basketball team stunned Washington State with a 69-62 victory on Dec. 19, it’s safe to say that the task was not too much for this Seawolves squad.
Despite coming off its first loss of the season followed by a game canceled due to COVID-19 protocols, the Stony Brook women’s basketball team looked stronger than ever in a 75-69 offensive showcase against Ivy League opponent Penn on Dec. 10.
The Stony Brook women’s basketball team shot a dismal 2-for-17 from behind the arc as it suffered its first loss of the season by a score of 71-59 against the Fordham Rams, terminating an historic 7-0 start.
Do I hear a lucky number seven? The Stony Brook women’s basketball team extended its undefeated streak to seven games against a formidable St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers team in a 71-64 victory at home on Sunday, Nov. 28.
On the verge of suffering their first loss of the season, the Stony Brook women’s basketball team was able to pull away late to improve to 5-0 with their 53-46 road win against the Iona Gaels on Saturday, Nov. 20.
Stony Brook Athletics announced the resumption of its television deal with SportsNet New York (SNY) on Monday, Nov. 15. The media network will broadcast 13 combined Stony Brook men’s and women’s basketball games during the 2021-22 season.