As has been the case with many teams this season, UNH picked the wrong year to mess with the Seawolves. Despite another sluggish start, Stony Brook powered their way to a 71-53 road win against New Hampshire on Sunday, Jan. 16.
Despite early game struggles, the Stony Brook women’s basketball team extended its winning streak to three games on Wednesday, Jan. 12 as it topped the Vermont Catamounts 65-59 at Island Federal Arena.
Now on a three-game win streak, the Stony Brook volleyball team moved to 10-10 (4-2 AE) with wins against the NJIT Highlanders and Binghamton Bearcats at Pritchard Gymnasium on Friday, Oct. 15 and Sunday, Oct. 17.
The Stony Brook volleyball team took an early two-set lead against the New Hampshire Wildcats on Friday, Oct. 8 at Pritchard Gymnasium only to watch the opposition claw back and force a decisive fifth set.
After two shutout losses this week that saw the team drop to 2-2 in-conference and its 11-game home win streak snapped, the Seawolves do not have a winning record in America East play for the first time since September 2017.
The Seawolves fell 19 yards shy of completing what would have been an all-time comeback, ultimately falling 27-21 to the New Hampshire Wildcats at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium on Thursday, Sept. 2 in the season opener.