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.
It wound up being another successful weekend for the Stony Brook baseball team, as it won its third series in a row to begin the conference season…the Seawolves (12-14, 7-2 AE) swept a doubleheader to take two of three games from Hartford.
An unorthodox coaching tactic nearly paid off for the Stony Brook men’s basketball team, but the Seawolves’ final possession came up empty, resulting in a 74-70 loss to the Hartford Hawks on Sunday, Feb. 20.
The Stony Brook women’s basketball team reached a season-high 95 points in a blowout victory (95-69) over Hartford on Saturday, Feb. 19. The Seawolves came up only one point short of tying the program’s record for total points in a Division I game.
The Stony Brook men’s basketball team benefitted from statistical anomalies in the first half and withstood a reversion to the mean in the second half to come out on top over the Hartford Hawks 88-82 on Saturday, Feb. 19.
The Stony Brook women’s basketball team triumphs against UMBC Retrievers for its league-leading 22nd win on Wednesday, Feb. 16. Despite a rough start, the team was able to produce some offensive momentum for the team for the lead and eventual win.
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.
Even without many key offensive pieces, the Stony Brook men’s basketball team performed as expected and made easy work of the Division III Farmingdale State Rams on Wednesday, Dec. 29 in its final tune-up before the beginning of conference play.