Currently reeling from a four-match winless rut, the Stony Brook women’s soccer team can flip its fortunes with an upset this weekend. The Seawolves are looking to get back on track this Sunday against the William & Mary Tribe at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium.
With half of the regular season in the books, the Stony Brook men’s soccer team is still undefeated in conference play and looking to stay atop the conference. The first-place Seawolves will host the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) Seahawks at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium on Saturday.
The Stony Brook’s men’s soccer team feasted on a Division III opponent for its first nonconference victory of the season. In their return to Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium on Tuesday, the Seawolves welcomed the St. Joseph’s Golden Eagles.
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.
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.
The Stony Brook women’s soccer team’s unbeaten streak came to an end in the Battle of Long Island. The Seawolves hosted the reigning conference champion Hofstra Pride on Sunday at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium.
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.
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.