After almost two years of waiting, Stony Brook University student athletes will finally have the chance to capitalize on their name, image and likeness (NIL) through a brand new third-party organization.
The Stony Brook men’s basketball team’s season came to a close in the nation’s capital after being eliminated from the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) postseason tournament. After picking up their first-ever CAA postseason victory on Saturday, the 10th-seeded Seawolves (11-22, 6-12 CAA) went on to face the second-seeded Charleston Cougars at Entertainment & Sports Arena on Sunday.
In their penultimate regular season game, the Seawolves (10-20, 6-11 CAA) traveled down south to challenge the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) Seahawks on Thursday. Though they gave the conference’s third-place team a run for its money, they ultimately fell short 76-69.