The six goals scored by the Seawolves are the most the team has ever produced under head coach Ryan Anatol, and their most since 1995, where the team scored 13 in a game
The Stony Brook men’s soccer team now finds itself in the driver’s seat in the America East.
Watson’s header in the 85th minute put Stony Brook Men’s Soccer on top 2-1 on Saturday, Oct. 6, in a crucial America East clash on the road in Binghamton.
The enthusiastic celebration from the team was audible from well beyond the locker room. From the moment they walked off the field to the first roar of triumphant cheering,
The Seawolves set a high water mark, scoring four goals in a 4-1 win over the Pioneers.
The 4-1-1 start to the season is the best start the men’s soccer team has had through the first six games since 2004, when the team began the season with the same record.
The No. 1 seeded Stony Brook men’s soccer team was unable to reach the finals of the America East Tournament after falling to No. 5 seed Hartford, 2-1, on Wednesday night.
The Stony Brook Men’s Soccer team came away with a 2-1 road overtime victory over the Albany Great Danes on Saturday night.
Despite an intense offensive push in the second half, the Stony Brook Men’s Soccer team fell to the undefeated UMass Lowell River Hawks on Sunday afternoon.
After surrendering an early second-half goal, the Stony Brook men’s soccer team rallied together to beat Hartford, 3-1, at Al-Marzook Field on Wednesday night.