Though the Stony Brook football team’s secondary had its best game in years, it still was not enough to carry it to victory. While fighting through the rain and wind on Saturday afternoon at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium, the Seawolves fell a point shy of a win against the Richmond Spiders.
A reverse sweep to close out its opening conference series left the Stony Brook women’s volleyball team still in search of its first important win of the year. The Seawolves opened their Coastal Athletic Association (CAA) season by losing both matches to the Northeastern Huskies.
With his back turned towards the net, midfielder Trevor Harrison handed the Stony Brook men’s soccer team sole possession of first place in the Coastal Athletic Association (CAA). A battle of top-tier offenses in the CAA played out as advertised on Saturday.
Unbeaten since opening night, the Stony Brook women’s soccer team now has the chance to stand alone at the top of the conference table. Fresh off its biggest blowout win of the year, the Seawolves will host the Delaware Blue Hens on Thursday, Sept. 14.
There was no trap game in store for the Seawolves on Sunday, who took on the Hampton Pirates down in Virginia and thrashed them 6-1. Though it was a far cry from last year’s historic 12-0 romping, Stony Brook still earned three points.