All men have their hobbies. Some collect stamps, some hunt, some fix up old cars. Steve Koreivo attends college football games. Mr. Koreivo boasts the impressive record of having seen all 119 NCAA Division 1-A Bowl Teams compete.
Category: Campus Sports
The Stony Brook Softball team roared its way past the Boston University Terriers and the Albany Great Danes to win their very first American East Conference Championship on Saturday, May 10. Shutting out Boston 3-0 in their first game of championship play, the Seawolves faced Albany, the three-year conference championship holder and host team.
With a number of balls being thrown at one’s face, dodgeball is a recreational sport that would even make the gayest person become nervous. Made popular by the 2004 film, Dodgeball A True Underdog Story, there have been thousands of leagues and organizations dedicated to hoisting balls and hurling them at the bodies of their opponents
One of 14 children and a member of the Angolan National Team in the 2006 FIBA World Basketball Championships, former Stony Brook Seawolves center Emanuel Neto has made quite the impact on and off the court at Stony Brook University.
When one thinks of a college football or basketball game, the commonly generated are packed stadiums, tail-gating parties, and enthusiasm sparked by the student population. This common perception of college athletics is absent here at Stony Brook University where fan attendance, school spirit is extremely low.
Dressed in traditional all black jerseys, the Stony Brook Women’s Rugby team trampled over Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, shutting them out 15-0 to win the Big Apple Classic on Saturday, April 26. The tournament win closes off a successful spring season for the Black Widows of Stony Brook who managed to find their way competing in numerous semi-final matches throughout the season.
The Stony Brook Women’s Softball team home-ran their way to a 4-2 victory over Albany, also winning the series 2-1 on Sunday, April 27. What appeared a stalemate for the first four innings of the game soon turned to batting practice for juniors Kelsi Fanelli (Audubon, NJ) and Molly Kestranek
Following the women’s victory cued by the vocals of Frank Sinatra’s New York New York, the men’s team warmed up for their game against Hofstra. With over 5,000 in attendance, the final home game of the season for Stony Brook turned out to be an eventful one.
Senior Day marked the first time in the Stony Brook women’s lacrosse team’s history that the mighty Seawolves defeated Hofstra, leaving the Pride with nothing to be proud of. Six minutes into the first half, junior Kaitlin Leggio (Bay Shore, NY) pierced the stale mate with a riveting shot leaving Hofstra breathless.