Category Archives: Wolfie

Vote for Stony Brook in Best of Long Island Contest 2013

Stony Brook University has been nominated as Best of Long Island 2013 in these 11 categories by the readers of the Long Island Press.

Your vote can help us win!

Vote any time between today and December 15, 2012. You are allowed one vote per IP address per day until voting ends on December 15.

* College President: Click here to Vote for Dr. Samuel L. Stanley, Jr., M.D

* College Sports Program: Click here to Vote for Stony Brook University

* LI College or University: Click here to Vote for Stony Brook University

Health & Wellness
* Hospital: Click here to Vote for Stony Brook University Hospital

* Adult Day Care: Click here to vote for the Long Island State Veterans Home

Arts & Entertainment
* Mascot: Click here to Vote for WOLFIE

* Annual Event/Festival: Click here to Vote for Stony Brook Film Festival

* Concert Venue: Click here to Vote for Staller Center for the Arts

* Local Live Theater: Click here to Vote for Staller Center for the Arts

* Radio Station: Click here to Vote for WUSB

* Day Care: Click here to Vote for Stony Brook Child Care Services, Inc.

Thank you for helping our mission to be among the Best. We truly appreciate your support.

PS: If you have trouble casting your vote, contact Felice Cantatore at or (516) 284-3302

Community of Awesome #216: 10,278

#216: 10,278

The Seawolves Showcase at the Staller Steps on Friday Night

LaValle Stadium has been the home of the Seawolves since it opened in 2002. The Stadium has been the site of a victorious Homecoming Football game the past six years, in front of supportive crowds that cheered on Seawolves athletics. The most electric atmosphere to this point was when Stony Brook beat Albany in the first round of the FCS Playoffs last year. Something was different about this year.

The streak is still alive, with Stony Brook now winning seven Homecoming gamesin a row. Wolfstock saw a record-breaking week, with jaw dropping attendance at every event. Wednesday was packed out with Seawolves for the Homecoming Kickoff Carnival. Thursday saw a full house of over 600 students, faculty and staff at the King & Queen Creative explosion. The Staller Steps were stuffed with hundreds of students like never before for the Seawolves Showcase. Saturday was the highlight – LaValle Stadium was bursting at the seams with a record shattering 10,278 fans in attendance, decked out in red, covered in paint and screaming  their heads off.  Fans rushed the field after a dramatic conclusion and they all looked up to watch as fireworks lit up the night sky.

Seawolves rush the field after a 32-31 victory

As Stony Brook continues to make tremendous strides, momentum is on our side.


Source: Stony Brook University, Community of Awesome Blog

Come to the Brook for Exciting Entertainment! 9/22/12 Wolfstock

Wolfstock 2012

Dance Team at Homecoming
Don’t Miss Homecoming

Come Back to the Brook for 
Exciting Entertainment

  • There’ll be music and prizes from Long Island’s own 94-X FM
  • The marching band and dance team will pump you up for the game
  • Keep the kids happy with carnival games and bouncers

Register Online by September 20 for Your Chance to Win an Apple iPad 

The Alumni Association is in need of volunteers for Wolfstock 2012.


Link to Wolfstock Web site

Wolfstock 2012: Be there on September 22!

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Come to the SBU VIP Event at Golfsmith May 15, 2012 – Lake Grove, NY

All Stony Brook students, faculty and staff with SBU ID can get a 15 percent discount on most products at Golfsmith in Lake Grove on Tuesday, May 15, from 6 pm to 8:30 pm. Get your red on and join Wolfie in this exclusive demo and shopping event. There will be vendors on site to demo various products as well as giveaways, raffles, contests and refreshments.

Golfsmith is located at 3220 Middle Country Road.

Contact Vincent Accardi in Athletics at (631) 632-9556 or at if you have questions.

Source: Stony Brook Happenings 

Wolfie’s 17th Birthday!


Stony Brook alumni, do you have a favorite picture with Wolfie?

Post your Wolfie photos through the years on Facebook

67th Annual NYC Columbus Day Parade – Featuring the Spirit of Stony Brook Marching Band

Stony Brook’s marching band hits the bigtime with Columbus Day Parade appearance


Stony Brook’s marching band hits the bigtime with Columbus Day Parade appearance
President Stanley, Richard T. Nasti to lead SBU contingent in televised event
Being invited to march in the historic parade shows just how far the band has come since its inception. From an initial group of 17 students in 2006, the organization today has about 150 members and includes a color guard and dance team.
The honor of being selected for the parade comes with a $20,000 scholarship gift sponsored by the Columbus Citizens Foundation, a cultural and philanthropic organization with a deep commitment to education. “We are excited to be participating in this prestigious parade, but, more importantly, the parade committee will be sponsoring a four-year scholarship for a Stony Brook student,” says Director John Leddy.
Leading the Stony Brook procession down Fifth Avenue will be Samuel L. Stanley Jr., MD, President of Stony Brook University, Richard T. Nasti (’78), a member of the Stony Brook Foundation Board of Trustees and Senior VP and CFO of H. J. Kalikow & Co., and Stony Brook’s mascot, Wolfie. The Spirit of Stony Brook consists of approximately 150 band members including a Dance Team and Color Guard. The Parade will be broadcast live from Fifth Avenue in Manhattan on WABC-TV from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm EST. sb/features-band.shtml
Live Stream on October 10 12 noon to 3PM W-ABC
Rebroadcast on PBS Sunday, October 16 at 9am.

Stony Brook University Athletic Bands Website 
Stony Brook Athletic Bands Alumni Website & Facebook Page links

Seawolves Dominate at Wolfstock 2011 & Photo Albums

Seawolves Dominate at Wolfstock 2011

Homecoming 2011A sold-out crowd of more than 8,200 fans were treated to a Homecominggame filled with offense, defense, and special teams as the Stony BrookSeawolves defeated the Lafayette Leopards, 37-20, at LaValle Stadium on September 24.

The new Homecoming King, Nicholas Ela, and Queen, Jaime Poynter, were crowned during halftime. Ela is a junior computer science major who is an Undergraduate Student Government Senator and Resident Hall Association President. He is also involved in the National Residence Hall Honorary and Community Service Club. Poynter is a senior psychology major, child and family studies minor, who is a resident assistant in Lauterbur Hall and works as a senior academic peer advisor with Academic and Pre-Professional Advising.

Wolfstock Village featured activities for all—alumni, students, faculty, staff, their families, and community members—including a barbecue buffet, Kids Zone with carnival games and inflatables, and entertainment by Almost FamousThe Spirit of Stony Brook marching band and dance team led fans to the game, and the Seawolves victory was followed with a firework display.Homecoming 2011 Village

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