The Stony Brook women’s soccer team took its final bow of the season after falling to Northeastern, 2-1, in the quarterfinals of the Colonial Athletic Association women’s soccer championship tournament.
Neither side could muster up a goal in the first-ever meeting between the Stony Brook women’s soccer team and its new conference foe Charleston.
The two teams played a very even-keeled and hard-fought game, from smart moves offensively to strong defense.
Being only 17 years old in a new country can be nerve-racking to some. But for Linn Beck, no emotions or feelings stand between her and success on the pitch. The freshman midfielder has been a revelation for the Stony Brook women’s soccer team.
Despite only allowing a single goal, the Stony Brook women’s soccer team now find themselves in the midst of a two-game losing streak in their inaugural CAA season. The Seawolves continued on their road trip for a fourth consecutive conference game.
The Stony Brook women’s soccer team was held scoreless after a historic game this past Sunday as they continue to drop lower in the CAA standings. The Seawolves traveled to Parsons Field for their third conference game of the season.
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 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 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.