The Stony Brook men’s lacrosse team watched the UMBC Retrievers build up a five-goal lead by the middle of the second quarter, but an elite performance at the faceoff X and the X position secured the 13-11 road win on Saturday, April 23.
Returning home after a road trip to Brown, Stony Brook repeated its offensive success with yet another blowout victory. The Seawolves ran away with a 14-4 win over the Vermont Catamounts in their conference opener on March 26.
Stony Brook fans packed the Island Federal Arena to support their team on Wednesday, Jan. 26 against Vermont. This was the first game since the spring semester started, and the Seawolves started with an early lead.
The Stony Brook women’s basketball team’s winning streak seemed in jeopardy on Wednesday night in Vermont, but plays by Earlette Scott and Annie Warren led a fourth-quarter comeback and 71-63 victory to give the Seawolves their seventh straight win.
In the final regular season conference matchup ever between the Stony Brook men’s basketball team and its rival Vermont Catamounts, the Seawolves looked promising early but could not withstand the Catamounts’ second-half offensive attack.
On the road against its bitter rival, the Stony Brook men’s basketball team used a strong second half despite only seven players seeing court time to put away the Albany Great Danes 86-75 on Saturday, Jan. 22.
Despite early game struggles, the Stony Brook women’s basketball team extended its winning streak to three games on Wednesday, Jan. 12 as it topped the Vermont Catamounts 65-59 at Island Federal Arena.
Once the 98-65 beatdown ended, Vermont had set a conference record by going 19-for-30 from 3-point range and handed the Stony Brook men’s basketball team its largest defeat since losing to Hofstra by 38 in December 2016.