The Stony Brook’s men’s soccer team feasted on a Division III opponent for its first nonconference victory of the season. In their return to Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium on Tuesday, the Seawolves welcomed the St. Joseph’s Golden Eagles.
With his back turned towards the net, midfielder Trevor Harrison handed the Stony Brook men’s soccer team sole possession of first place in the Coastal Athletic Association (CAA). A battle of top-tier offenses in the CAA played out as advertised on Saturday.
Despite being picked to finish last in the 2023 Coastal Athletic Association (CAA) preseason poll, the Seawolves have not played like a last-place team. Stony Brook will now turn its attention to another team that has played above expectations: the Delaware Blue Hens.
The irony in Aluc feeling healthy is that he is precisely not that, nor has he ever been since making it to the NCAA. Most of his time in college soccer has been spent on the sidelines due to injuries.
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.