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.
When it comes to Stony Brook football players, it is hard to find one more talented, impactful or hard-working than linebacker Tyler King. King has always been more than just a Stony Brook football star, and he has always shined among the rest.
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.
As the second football head coach in Stony Brook history, Priore has helped transform the program from a state of mediocrity into one of respectability. However, the 62-year-old coach is now in the final year of a contract extension from 2018.
The Seawolves traveled down to Newark, New Jersey and took two out of three games from NJIT. A couple of good pitching performances along with some hot hitting helped Stony Brook win their sixth conference series of the year.