After starting the season with back-to-back blowout losses, the Stony Brook football team will look to find itself before the season gets out of hand. This Saturday, Stony Brook will head to Jonesboro, Ark. to take on a Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) foe.
Perhaps blinded by the Friday night lights, the Seawolves lost their first road game of the season to the No. 22/22 Rhode Island Rams 35-14. The second frame was the difference in the contest, as the Rams outscored Stony Brook 21-0.
The Seawolves were roughed up in their first game of their 2023 campaign on Thursday, falling to the No. 19/21 Delaware Blue Hens 37-13. They will look to bounce back when they travel to Kingston, R.I. to take on the No. 22/23 Rhode Island Rams.
The Seawolves made some splash plays in their season opener, but they were still dominated 37-13 by the No. 21/22 Delaware Blue Hens on Thursday night. Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium saw its largest crowd in a home opener in the venue’s history.
The Seawolves are set to open their season at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium this Thursday at 7 p.m. against the Delaware Blue Hens in a Coastal Athletic Association matchup. Stony Brook finished last season at the bottom of the CAA standings.
The Seawolves (18-11-4, 7-5-2 ESCHL) traveled to the Revolution Ice Centre in Pittston, Pa. for the ESCHL playoffs. As the fourth seed in the tournament, they convincingly defeated the fifth-seeded Delaware Blue Hens 4-1 on Friday to advance to the league’s semifinals.
The Seawolves (16-8-3, 6-3-1 ESCHL) traveled to South Kingston, R.I. to face off against the Rhode Island Rams this past weekend for a two-game set. To kick off the series, they lost a highly competitive contest 3-2 in overtime on Friday night.