After big back-to-back losses, the Stony Brook football team will look to regain its footing this weekend before the season gets away from them. This Saturday, the Seawolves will travel to Richmond, Va., to take on No. 24 Richmond
When it comes to Stony Brook football players, it is hard to find one more talented, impactful or hard-working than linebacker Tyler King. King has always been more than just a Stony Brook football star, and he has always shined among the rest.
Seawolves fans may recognize Kyle Nuñez as the key cog in the offensive line, but his story goes much deeper than just his Stony Brook career. His life revolves around three F’s: faith, family and football.
After snapping a four-game losing streak at home last Saturday, the Stony Brook football team (2-5, 1-3 CAA) will return to Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium for their homecoming game against the Richmond Spiders on Saturday, Oct. 23 at 3:30 p.m.
After last week’s comeback effort fell short against Towson, the Stony Brook football team will return home to face the reigning CAA champion, the Delaware Blue Hens, at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 16 at 3:30 p.m.
Sam Kamara, Senior Defensive Back Gavin Heslop as well as Coach Chuck Priore, Coach Patrick Hatch and Assistant Athletic Director Brian Miller caught an early morning flight on July 23 to Baltimore for CAA Media Day at M&T Bank Stadium, the home of the Baltimore Ravens.
The Stony Brook football team looked sharp in all areas of their game during a scrimmage against the University of Pennsylvania on Saturday afternoon at LaValle Stadium. The day featured controlled situational drills in the first half, followed by a second half of 11-on-11 live football.