The Stony Brook football team has always utilized a run-first offense under head coach Chuck Priore. The Seawolves’ rushing attack has finished among the top three in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) over each of the last four seasons.
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.
The countdown is almost over, as the 2022 Stony Brook football season is just two days away. After finishing under .500 and missing the playoffs for the third straight year, the Stony Brook football team has a lot to prove.
Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium will rarely see a quiet moment over the next few months, with five different teams set to occupy the turf in one season. Such is the reality of the Spring 2021 semester, an unprecedented schedule.
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.