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No. 1-ranked Stony Brook women’s lacrosse began America East action on Saturday with a road victory, as nine different players recorded a point to help the Seawolves best UMass Lowell by the final score of 20-7 at Cushing Field. With the win, the Seawolves improve to 8-0 (1-0 AE) so far in 2018. “Being 1-0 in conference play is a great place to be,” said head coach Joe Spallina. I thought we came here and handled being on the road really well as a squad. A lot of assisted goals, and the opportunity for us to play our entire roster today was…

Mascots from across New York State are competing in the sixth annual Mascot Madness competition, and it’s time to vote for Wolfie to win the title of SUNY’s favorite campus mascot in 2018. Wolfie has drawn the always formidable General Herkimer of Herkimer College in the First Round, and he needs your support. Here’s what you can do to push Wolfie over the top: Vote. Vote. Tell others to vote. Share your enthusiasm for Wolfie on social media #VoteWolfie Tag your friend and classmates. Vote again. And again. Learn about Wolfie and spread the word on your favorite channels. Did we mention you should…

Former Stony Brook men’s basketball standout Jameel Warney will get his long-awaited chance at NBA stardom, reports say. Warney ’16 will sign a 10-day contract with the Dallas Mavericks, according to Marc Stein of the New York Times. He would be the Seawolves’ first NBA player. Warney is the all-time leader in points (2,132), rebounds (1,275) and blocks (276) at Stony Brook, where he helped the program to its first America East Tournament title and NCAA Tournament appearance. He was named the USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year in 2017. Previous winers of the award include LeBron James, Kyrie…

BOSTON, MASS. – The Stony Brook indoor track and field team finished their indoor season at the ECAC/ IC4A Championships. The women’s team placed sixth with a total of 33.25 points. Coach Ronan’s Thoughts “Today was another banner day for the program. Kaylyn Gordon showed that she is a big-time performer, producing a school record jump on her last attempt to beat the defending champion in the triple jump; every time she participates she competes to the very end and that is why she is rewriting the record books each season,” said head coach Andy Ronan. “Mike Watts also produced…

DANBURY, Conn. – The Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) named the Stony Brook football squad as its Division I Football Championship Subdivision Team of the Year, it was announced at the 82nd Eastern College Football Awards Banquet held at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey last week. This past Fall, the Seawolves completed their most successful season as a member of CAA Football with a 10-3 overall record, a 7-1 conference mark and reached the second round of the 2017 NCAA Division I Football Championship. Stony Brook’s 10 wins equaled the program’s record for victories in a season and the the…

BOSTON — Freshman Elijah Olaniyi headlined the pair of all-conference honorees for the Seawolves as he was named the 2018 America East Rookie of the Year. Redshirt sophomore Akwasi Yeboah earned Second Team All-Conference honors as announced by the league office Thursday afternoon. Vermont’s Trae Bell-Haynes was named Player of the Year, UMBC’s K.J. Maura earned Defensive Player of the Year honors and Vermont’s Cam Ward was dubbed the league’s Sixth Man of the Year. Coach of the Year honors went to Vermont’s John Becker and Hartford’s John Gallagher. Olaniyi has started six of the last seven games for the…

BY ANTHONY CARATURO Stony Brook Men’s and Women’s Track and Field traveled to Boston for the America East Championships this past weekend. The men came in fourth place out of the nine America East teams, while the women finished in second. “Today was by far the best first day for our men’s program in this meet,” head coach Andy Ronan said in a press release. “All of our guys competed very hard. The highlight has to be the three guys in the 5000m; [senior Danny Connelly, sophomore Cameron Avery and senior Michael Watts] took three of the top four spots.…

For the first time in program history, Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse is ranked No. 1 in a national Division I poll. The ranking, released by the Cascade Women’s Division I Media Poll follows the Seawolves’ decisive 16-3 triumph over Denver, as well as an upset victory by North Carolina over previous No. 1 Maryland. On Feb. 25, the Seawolves won their third-straight contest over a nationally-ranked opponent to begin the 2018 season, topping No. 20 Denver in a lopsided contest at the Seawolves’ home opener at LaValle Stadium. Redshirt senior Courtney Murphy led all scorers, tallying six goals and one assist for…

The Stony Brook softball program is excited to launch a new partnership with Triton Bay Wealth Advisors, an independently owned financial consulting firm located in Patchogue, New York working to provide high net worth individuals with expert financial advice. The partnership is highlighted by Triton Bay’s sponsorship of the 2018 Home Run Promotion which will see $100 donated back to the softball program for every home run hit by the Seawolves this season. Among the many benefits this donation will provide is special commemorative artwork for late Stony Brook softball player, Danni Kemp, who lost her battle with cancer last…

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