Akwasi Yeboah, a shooting guard for the Kent Crusaders out of the National Basketball League’s Division I in the UK, has committed to the Seawolves, according to the website EuropeanProspects.com.
Quiet rumblings have blossomed into shouted whispers by sources inside Athletics that former Seawolves standout Ahmad Walker, who transferred out of the program last spring, is heading back to Long Island.
Add Coach Pikiell and the rest of the Stony Brook Men's Basketball coaching staff to the growing list of those who are canceling trips to Indiana because of the state's controversial new law that allows for discrimination against the LGBT community.
Sorry Seawolves. You can go back to breathing now.
Lawmakers in Albany passed a state budget in the wee morning hours today, and it includes provisions that reallocate just about $25,000 to Stony Brook University for the purposes of a stadium expansion and "stadium improvement and locker room facilities."
Former Seawolves pitching standout Nick Tropeano was optioned to the Angels' AAA affiliate earlier this morning, but don't count him out for a spot in Los Angeles' starting rotation just yet.
The University of New Hampshire released the findings of its investigation into Scott Weitzell, a former staffer for the men's basketball team who was accused of secretly taking photos of the Wildcats players after a game last year.
Two bench players for Coach Pikiell's Seawolves are leaving the program, according to reports from college basketball insiders.
Opening Day is just around the corner (!!!), so we thought we'd check in with a few of the Seawolves who are vying for a spot on opening day rosters of major league teams.
Don’t worry, not at Stony Brook. But Jim Fiore’s name has been floated as a finalist for the Athletics Director position at UMass. Gather ye horcruxes, Minutemen.
Remember when we argued that New York should introduce a city-wide tournament similar to the one Philadelphia has enjoyed for decades?
Well here we are once again, sitting at home twiddling our thumbs in mid-March wondering how on earth this could happen to us again.
Americans can hardly agree on anything these days, but if there is one universal truth left, it's that Philadelphia sports and their fans are just the worst.
New York's Governor wasted no time tweeting his congratulations to the Seawolves after Stony Brook upset #13 Washington.
Good job, Albany.
The thing I hate most about Syracuse is how they claim — in advertisements and promotional materials — to be New York's College Team.