Stony Brook, who was picked by all but one opposing coach to be the America East favorite, came in out of sorts in their final pre-conference tuneup. Continue reading “Stony Brook 69, Columbia 60: Seawolves Finish Non-Conference Play With A Run For The Ages”
Stony Brook managed to earn their first victory in the Long Island rivalry in eight years, picking up a 71-68 victory over Hofstra on Sunday. Continue reading “Stony Brook 71, Hofstra 68: Seawolves Earn Long Island Bragging Rights”
Bryan Dougher knew this day would come. Continue reading “Jameel Warney Set To Pass Bryan Dougher’s Stony Brook D-I Scoring Record”
As the America East preseason rankings and first team were revealed, only one Stony Brook name was on it. Continue reading “Stony Brook Motivated To Make America East Run”
Just a little less than four years ago – on Nov. 9, 2012 – Jameel Warney appeared in a Seawolves uniform for the first time making his first start at Marist.
Continue reading “Stony Brook’s Jameel Warney: From Air Balls To NBA Hype”
Stony Brook reigned supreme for the second straight season in the America East conference’s preseason poll, earning seven of a possible eight votes for the top spot, since coaches are not allowed to vote for their own team. Continue reading “Stony Brook A Heavy Favorite In America East Preseason Poll”
Where do you start after Peter Hooley’s prayer with 1.6 seconds left gave Albany its third straight America East title over Stony Brook in Saturday’s title game?
With Stony Brook and coach Steve Pikiell? Crushed. Devastated. Dumbfounded.
Stony Brook coach Steve Pikiell looked like he was reenacting Kevin Bacon’s role at the end of Animal House midway through the first half of Sunday afternoon’s America East semifinal at Patrick Gym.
Ethan O’Day had just gotten a breakaway dunk of a Brandon Hatton steal to complete a 7-0 run that put the Catamounts up 23-9. One of the best crowds in all of mid-major college basketball was screaming and Pikiell’s team had already used three of its allotted five time outs, so all he could do is wave his hand and say “Go!” to his team, which they likely couldn’t have heard anyway.
Stony Brook will seek to do something they have not done since 2010, when players like Jameel Warney and Carson Puriefoy were still in high school, win up at Vermont when they play the America East semifinal round on Sunday afternoon. Continue reading “Stony Brook Eager To Reverse Trend Against Vermont”
A one week break seemed to be exactly what the doctor ordered for Stony Brook. Following a 63-48 loss up at New Hampshire, Stony Brook appeared to be back on track heading into halftime up 14 on Vermont. Continue reading “Untimely Offensive Collapse Costs Stony Brook”