The Seawolves opened up America East conference play by winning both of their games against the Great Danes.
The Stony Brook softball team hosted Brown University and Holy Cross University this past weekend in the Stony Brook Invitational.
The Stony Brook softball team made their way down to Madeira Beach, Florida for the Madeira Beach tournament over the weekend.
It used to be, and still is, a normality for the Seawolves to bring a lot of west coast talent to come play here.
The Stony Brook softball team released their 2017 schedule last week, which will see the team partake in five tournaments and host 16 home games in the upcoming season.
SBU Softball locked in a No. 4 seed in the America East Championships after winning the first game and splitting the ensuing doubleheader in a three-game series versus Albany.
Entering Tuesday’s matchup against Hofstra, senior pitcher Jane Sallen was gunning for her third consecutive no-hitter. However, Hofstra’s offense would not allow that.
In Saturday’s series opener, Jane Sallen pitched the full seven innings without allowing a hit, walking five and striking out six and bringing her record to 13-10.
Strong pitching led the way as Stony Brook Softball swept its series against Hartford this weekend. The three wins improved the team’s America East record to 6-2 this season.
Up next, Stony Brook heads west to Columbia to take on the Lions in a doubleheader on Wednesday at 3 p.m..