By Vincent Barone Back home, way out near the western coast of Canada, in New Westminister, B.C., Kevin Crowley was fiddling with some cables, connecting his laptop to his television.[...]
Category: Campus Sports
In years past, finding more than a couple thousand Stony Brook students who even know the names of more than one player on the basketball team was probably an exercise in futility. But this wasn’t a normal year, and as that number of fans packed a raucous a Stony Brook University Arena on March 18, things seemed to be different for once.
After a whirlwind season for the Stony Brook Seawolves men’s basketball team … expectations for the number one seeded team were sky high going into the America East Conference tournament this past weekend in West Hartford, Conn.
By Matthew Calamia The Stony Brook Men’s Ice Hockey team has qualified for the American Collegiate Hockey Association national championship tournament in Gates Mills, Ohio. The top 16 teams in[...]
There is no question that Stony Brook is currently overflowing with problems: academic resources are dwindling, our Byzantine bureaucracy is frustrating, the infrastructure is crumbling, and students are suffering.
It’s 6 A.M. Do you know where your roommate is? If she is not under the pile of fleece blankets and laundry on the other side of the room, she might very well be at crew Practice.
Stony Brook Crew, or the Competitive Rowing Team, has been an established club sport at Stony Brook since the university was founded in 1957. The current team has 46 members who are divided into four squads: Varsity Men, Varsity Women, Novice Men and Novice Women.