In the Seawolves’ final home match of the spring 2021 season, the team celebrated Kerstetter on Senior Night and earned a victory to split a doubleheader with the New Hampshire Wildcats at Pritchard Gymnasium on Sunday, March 14.
Leaving behind a rough 0-5 start in the past, the Stony Brook volleyball team earned its first victories of the spring 2021 season by sweeping a doubleheader against the NJIT Highlanders in straight sets on Sunday, March 7.
Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium will rarely see a quiet moment over the next few months, with five different teams set to occupy the turf in one season. Such is the reality of the Spring 2021 semester, an unprecedented schedule.
The NCAA instituted a ban on in-person recruiting in March and has extended the ban on a monthly basis. Other subsequent rulings have left coaches and administrators trying to hit a moving target while they attempt to do their jobs.
Two years ago, the Stony Brook volleyball team traveled to the New York state capital as an underdog No. 4 seed to face the No. 1-seeded Albany Great Danes in the semifinals of the America East playoffs.
Needing a win to remain afloat in the America East playoff picture, the Stony Brook volleyball team began the second wave of conference play by taking down the Hartford Hawks in four sets on Friday, Oct. 25, improving to 8-13 (3-3 AE).
The Stony Brook volleyball team may have started out slow in its match on Friday, Sept. 21 against the Hartford Hawks, but once Stony Brook got into a rhythm, it was smooth sailing for the rest of the match.