Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium had been an unbreakable fortress of dominance for Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse over the last three seasons. The Seawolves thrived off the energy
Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse suffered its first defeat in a regular season matchup since March 11, 2017, falling 11-7 to the No.13-ranked University of Denver Pioneers on
Last fall, I saw a packed Island Federal Credit Union Arena empty out before an undefeated Stony Brook women’s basketball team took the court.
The Seawolves used their defensive prowess to bolster their offense, holding the Quakers to two first-half goals en route to an 18-5 blowout at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium.
The No. 1-seeded Stony Brook women’s lacrosse team drew 3,123 people Friday night for its game against No. 22 Johns Hopkins, the largest crowd for a single game in women’s
The Seawolves stuck to that defensive game plan and nearly shut out the Vermont Catamounts 20-2 Friday night at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium.
No. 1-ranked Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse kept its perfect record intact Saturday night, as the team held off No. 13 Towson at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium by a final score of
The No. 1-ranked Stony Brook women’s lacrosse team shut down its first non-ranked opponent after facing four straight nationally ranked teams to start the season, taking down
Redshirt-senior and senior attackers Courtney Murphy and Kylie Ohlmiller combined for 10 of Stony Brook’s 16 goals. Murphy scored six goals in her return to LaValle Stadium
Three former Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse players were drafted by teams in the Women’s Professional Lacrosse League (WPLL) in the league’s inaugural draft on Wednesday –