On Saturday, in a 24-20 loss against Delaware at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium, No. 23 Stony Brook Football (4-2, 3-1 CAA) allowed its opponent to score 17+ unanswered second-half points for the second week in a row.
On Saturday evening, Stony Brook Football (3-1, 2-0 CAA) continued its stretch of impressive performances to begin the 2017 season, outplaying Colonial Conference Association rival Towson University in a 25-17 victory.
Fifty-one weeks ago, Stony Brook Football hosted Sacred Heart University at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium and lost 38-10. On Saturday, the Seawolves flipped the script and dominated the Pioneers in nearly every aspect of their 45-7 victory.