It was de ja vu all over again for Stony Brook fans Monday night, many of whom were in approximately the same seat (albeit a much nicer one since Stony Brook Arena has been refurbished and rebranded as Island Federal Credit Union Arena) three years ago as the Seawolves’ shooting aim inexplicably disappeared at the […]
Columbia dropped its second game two local competition with a 70-61 defeat to Stony Brook at Levien Gymnasium Tuesday.
Stony Book picked up its fifth straight win, and second straight road win by defeating Columbia (7-6), 70-61 at Levien Gym on Tuesday night. It was the final non-conference for the Seawolves (10-6, 1-0 America East).
Check out our latest photo gallery from Saturday’s Stony Brook victory over New Hampshire to start America East play.
Teams have thrown everything they can at Jameel Warney and with good reason.
On Saturday at Stony Brook, New Hampshire head coach Bill Herrion went to his seventh different starting five of the season, but that doesn’t concern him.
Stony Brook head coach Steve Pikiell knew that Rayshaun McGrew was going to come along eventually, it just wasn’t going to come right away.
Stony Brook and head coach Steve Pikiell registered a historic victory on Sunday night, dispatching No. 13 Washington 62-57 out in Seattle. The Seawolves’ win took down the 344th undefeated team in all of Division I. Here are some key facts to know from the Stony Brook victory.
Stony Brook, playing against one of the slowest teams in the country, managed to get a 10-0 run on American in the middle of the second half and distanced themselves past the Eagles 59-47 Tuesday night at Island Federal Credit Union Arena.
The Seawolves have started 5-5 in their first 10 games, with just one win outside of Island Federal Credit Union Arena, but head coach Steve Pikiell knew figuring out this group was going to take time.
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