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.
As the Olympic torch is being relayed around the globe, there has been a rise of activism and protests targeting China’s domestic and foreign policies. With the 2008 Summer Olympic Games approaching, China has been under scrutiny for its oppressive rule over Tibet as well as for indirectly funding the genocide in Darfur.
The Stony Brook Men’s Baseball team fell to Hartford, losing two straight in a double-header on Saturday, April 12 and falling 0-3 in the series. The Seawolves lost 5-3 in game one and trailed 6-1 in the second. Having lost three straight games, the Seawolves’ record is 15-14, flirting above .500 and is 4-3 in conference play. Hartford bounced up to 12-14 and 6-1 in conference play.