In what was the greatest performance in program history, the Stony Brook women’s soccer team picked up its first win in the Colonial Athletic Association. The Seawolves hosted the Hampton Pirates at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 25.
The Seawolves hosted the Northeastern Huskies on Saturday to wrap up their four-game homestand at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium. The team was unable to generate any offense against the Huskies, as they were shutout 1-0.
The Seawolves returned home to Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium to host the Manhattan Jaspers on Thursday, Sept. 15. Stony Brook played a much better game on both ends of the field, leading them to a 1-1 tie against the Jaspers.
The Seawolves traveled to Philadelphia to take on the University of Pennsylvania Quakers at Rhodes Field on Sunday, Sept. 11. The game finally began to change towards the very end when the Quakers offense dominated, handing Stony Brook a 3-0 defeat.
The Seawolves traveled down to North Carolina on Saturday, Sept. 10 to face off against the Elon Phoenix for their first road game of the conference season. Stony Brook came away with a 1-0 defeat after being shut down by the Elon defense.
The Seawolves hosted the Providence Friars at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 4 for their sixth game of the season. The Friars’ offense ran circles around the Stony Brook defense and handed Stony Brook a 4-2 loss.
The Seawolves showed out in their first conference game of the season on Saturday, Sept. 3 with a 2-1 win over the Hofstra Pride at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium. The victory marked the first conference win as members of the CAA for Stony Brook.