Stony Brook’s Cinderella story came to an end on Sunday when the Seawolves lost to Florida State by a score of 12-2. It was the Seawolves’ second loss in the College World Series, which knocked them out of the tournament. This was the first time the team lost two games in a row since a double header at Holy Cross on March 25.
Coming off its very impressive win against the heavily-favored LSU Tigers, Stony Brook baseball finds itself in unfamiliar territory- only a few victories from being College World Series Champions. The team that is “shocking the world” is in the College World Series for the first time in school history. The Seawolves are also just the third No.4 seed to win a regional since 1999.
The Stony Brook University baseball team matched the Louisiana State University (LSU) Tigers with four runs apiece on Friday in the opening game of the NCAA Super Regionals. The game went for 12 innings before it had to be suspended to the next day due to rain.
Senior right-hander Tyler Johnson tied a Stony Brook record in an impressive fashion against Kansas on Friday. Johnson picked up his 25th career victory, which tied him with Jon Lewis ’05, by allowing just four hits in eight innings.