Though the Stony Brook football team’s secondary had its best game in years, it still was not enough to carry it to victory. While fighting through the rain and wind on Saturday afternoon at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium, the Seawolves fell a point shy of a win against the Richmond Spiders.
After wrapping up nonconference play last weekend, the Stony Brook women’s volleyball team is officially competing for playoff position. The Seawolves (4-6) are returning to Pritchard Gymnasium this weekend to…
Sports editor Mike Anderson sits down with Stony Brook women’s volleyball head coach Kristin Belzung to talk about her upbringing in Iowa, her coaching career before Stony Brook and her time with the Seawolves.
Perhaps blinded by the Friday night lights, the Seawolves lost their first road game of the season to the No. 22/22 Rhode Island Rams 35-14. The second frame was the difference in the contest, as the Rams outscored Stony Brook 21-0.
The Seawolves trounced the defending regular-season champion Elon Phoenix on Saturday to wrap up their three-game homestand. Four different scorers combined to lead Stony Brook to a 4-0 win at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium.
Wrapping up the nonconference portion of their schedule, the Seawolves engaged in a 2-2 draw with the Fordham Rams on Thursday night at Jack Coffey Field. After falling behind 2-0, Stony Brook’s high-flying offense rallied to knot the score up.
The Seawolves made some splash plays in their season opener, but they were still dominated 37-13 by the No. 21/22 Delaware Blue Hens on Thursday night. Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium saw its largest crowd in a home opener in the venue’s history.