Still winless, the Stony Brook football team will look to find its first triumph of the season in a similar fashion to last year. This Saturday, they will head up to Orono, Maine to take on the Maine Black Bears at 3:30 p.m.
The Statesman sports staff sits down to discuss what’s going on with the Seawolves right now, ranging from the football team’s struggles to the men’s soccer team’s underdog story. Listen right here to hear what our writers’ takes on everything sports.
After almost two years of waiting, Stony Brook University student athletes will finally have the chance to capitalize on their name, image and likeness (NIL) through a brand new third-party organization.
Still in search of its first win, the Stony Brook football team will look to turn its season around against another tough opponent. The Seawolves were defeated convincingly last Saturday night 31-7 by one of the worst Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the nation.
Against one of the worst teams in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), a disastrous first quarter pushed the Stony Brook football team’s season-opening losing streak to three games. The Seawolves’ struggles continued on Saturday night in Arkansas.
The Seawolves were roughed up in their first game of their 2023 campaign on Thursday, falling to the No. 19/21 Delaware Blue Hens 37-13. They will look to bounce back when they travel to Kingston, R.I. to take on the No. 22/23 Rhode Island Rams.
The Seawolves are set to open their season at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium this Thursday at 7 p.m. against the Delaware Blue Hens in a Coastal Athletic Association matchup. Stony Brook finished last season at the bottom of the CAA standings.