Despite a furious comeback attempt, the Stony Brook Men’s Soccer team was able to pull out a 3-2 victory over Iona on Wednesday night at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium.
After a back-and-forth match, an unlikely hero saved Stony Brook Men's Soccer from going under the .500 mark in its 1-0 win against Central Connecticut Wednesday night.
The Stony Brook Men’s Soccer team has already been getting back into the swing of things as its 2016 season has started.
The Seawolves took down the Canisius Golden Griffins, 1-0, Sunday afternoon.
When the final horn sounded, the Seawolves walked off the field in defeat, as they lost to the Bulls 3-0.
The Seawolves played the spoiler role perfectly Sunday night as they went on to beat the Pirates in their own home opener with a dominant 2-0 victory.
The Stony Brook Men’s Soccer team dropped its season-opening match Friday night, losing 3-1 to Hofstra in front of a historically crowded Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium.
Disappointment has become familiar for Stony Brook’s fall sports teams, as the Seawolves have gone three years without a conference title in the academic year’s first season.
Leo Fernandes, a three-time America East Midfielder of the Year, is the Seawolves’ all-time record-holder with 79 career points as a four-year starter from 2009 to 2012.
It seemed like the insurance goal that the Stony Brook Men’s Soccer team had scored would be enough to send the Seawolves to the semifinals. It was not to be.