The men’s basketball team kicked off the 08-09 season with a hard-fought and convincing win over Maryland-Eastern Shore with a score of 60-44. The Seawolves opening game win inspired the hope and change many students have been talk about considering last year’s record.
Category: Campus Sports
On Saturday October 11, the Stony Brook Seawolves took on their first division rival in Liberty University. Liberty, the defending Big South champion, having been favored to win again this year, returned to their home field with a 5-0 season. Stony Brook ventured south for the first time in hopes of stopping their 1-5 season skid.
The Stony Brook Men’s Soccer team extended their losing streak to seven games on Wednesday, October 7, losing to Boston University, 1-0. With numerous missed scoring opportunities, the Men’s Soccer team failed to produce any tally and recorded their ninth shutout loss of the season.
The Stony Brook women’s soccer team scored their way past the Retrievers of the University of Maryland: Baltimore County, carrying momentum into the last stretch of their regular season play. Winning three of the last four games, the Lady Seawolves recorded two shut outs against both Hartford and Vermont, winning 1-0, and defeating UMBC 2-1 on Sunday, October 12.
The Stony Brook Women’s volleyball team fell to 9-12 after losing two straight games to the University of Albany on October 14 and the University of Maryland: Baltimore County on October 16. The final score in the loss to Albany was 3-1.
As the newly bleached blonde Liberty University Flames men’s ice hockey team got ready to face-off against the Stony Brook Seawolves, they began to bang there sticks against the boards in a foreboding manner of what was to come.
The Men’s Soccer team experienced another disappointing loss to Towson last Saturday in front of a big Stony Brook crowd. The large crowd, due to the Seawolves’ annual Alumni day, cheered throughout the whole game for a team that had stepped up their game but just couldn’t put the ball in the net. The team’s defense started off strong, not allowing the Towson offense to get off one shot.
Coming off a disappointing 1-0 loss to Georgetown, the Stony Brook Men’s soccer team rebounded in winning their second game of the season against Columbia University 1-0 on Friday, September 12.