The No. 14 ranked Stony Brook men’s lacrosse team posted its lowest scoring total in a game since the 2009 season in a loss to Rutgers Friday night by a score of 17-4.
Stony Brook Men’s Lacrosse made history on Saturday at Stevenson Field by tying the team’s Division I record of 25 goals in a victory over Brown University.
Alex Corpolongo braces for the inevitable as his collegiate career as an impeccable midfielder for the Stony Brook men’s lacrosse team will come to an end after this season.
There are 18 freshmen on this year’s Stony Brook men’s lacrosse team, making the class far and away the largest on the team.
After facing a 4-0 deficit at the end of the first quarter of game play, Stony Brook scored 14 unanswered goals in a win over St. John’s in Queens on Sunday afternoon.
The Stony Brook men’s lacrosse team overcame a three goal deficit at the half to eventually win the back-and-forth game on a last minute goal to defeat Sacred Heart, 12-11.
Stony Brook Men’s Lacrosse 2017 14-game schedule is almost identical to last season’s, as the team prepares to play all of the same teams from 2016, except Marist.
Although the Seawolves outscored the Fighting Irish and fell to the Midshipmen, head coach Jim Nagle was able to test out his new toys as he works to finalize his lineup.
For the first time in school history — in the 18th meeting between the teams — Stony Brook was beaten by Vermont.
The America East Championships start Thursday night in Albany when the second-seeded Seawolves face the third-seeded Catamounts in a semi-final matchup beginning at 4:30 p.m.