Having seemingly stymied the Bryant Bulldogs with a defensive zone, it appeared as if the Stony Brook men’s basketball team was on its way to victory. Instead, the Seawolves dropped their third straight, 81-72, on Saturday, Dec. 12.
Ahead of their semifinal matchup on Sunday, Oct. 25, first-place Stony Brook Women’s Soccer took home numerous honors as the America East Conference released regular season awards on Wednesday, Oct. 24.
Courtney Murphy (#18) is a freshman on the Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse team, but she is playing like a star senior would. In fact, she has already broken the school records for most points (eight) and goals (seven) for a freshman debut and is just one goal shy of tying the record of most goals (nine) in one game.
Frankie Caridi continues her superb season with another Defensive Player of the Week award, her fifth of the season and her second win in a row. Caridi’s goaltending has led the Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse team to hold the nation’s top scoring defense, while individually leading the country in save percentage and goals-against average.
On Monday the Associated Press announced their All-America team selections, and Stony Brook’s Jameel Warney was one of the players chosen to receive an honorable mention. The sophomore forward led the America East conference in field goal percentage this season, and also helped his team reach the America East championship game.