Everything that could go wrong did go wrong for the Stony Brook men’s basketball team down in Florida, as the Seawolves dropped both games in blowout fashion in the Florida International University (FIU) Tournament.
In his relatively-short basketball career, Stephenson-Moore has experienced several highs and lows. He has won every battle he has fought thus far, overcoming injuries, on-court struggles and playing-time limits in the process.
Following a disappointing season, the Stony Brook men’s basketball team now finds itself in uncharted territory. With a new conference, new players and low expectations, the Seawolves will look to prove the doubters wrong in their 2022-23 campaign.
The Seawolves will rely heavily on their five new transfer students, who bring a unique set of skills different from the ones that last year’s team possessed. Expect them to be integral to the Seawolves’ success as they look to make a mark in their first season in the CAA.
The Seawolves returned to the bottom of the conference on Saturday after suffering a 59-14 blowout at the Albany Great Danes. After winning each of the last two Golden Apple trophies, Stony Brook relinquished this one without much of a fight.