Stony Brook Softball finally returned to the field and defeated Fairleigh Dickinson 1-0 in a close contest.
The team was initially supposed to play five games, but due to scheduling changes, only played three. The Seawolves struggled to gain any momentum and dropped all three of
The Stony Brook softball team traveled to Fort Myers, Florida over the weekend to play against Wright State, the University of Connecticut, Southern Illinois University and
The Bearcats scored the most runs in an America East Tournament game since Stony Brook scored 16 runs in a game back in 2014.
Stony Brook Softball avenged its first loss of the America East tournament, by eliminating Hartford in a 7-3 win Thursday afternoon.
However, the team would have never been in the position to play against UMBC if they had not lost the first game against a lower-seeded Hartford team earlier in the day.
The Seawolves picked up their first weekend sweep of a doubleheader since the first week of April at University Field on Saturday. The sweep improves the team’s conference
“The split is not really what we’re after,” coach Bryant said. “You can have the effort and sometimes not have the results.” The split of the doubleheader puts the team’s
Rahrich has been dominant at the mound and at the plate as well in her first year as a Seawolf.
The Seawolves dropped the series two games to one as the team’s conference record fell to 6-7.