CALLING ALL SEAWOLVES FANS: NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO “NAME THE GAME”!
The athletic departments at Stony Brook and Albany are excited to be playing each other in football every season as new CAA Football opponents. We are calling on all Seawolves and Great Danes fans alike to help us name this newly formed rivalry game.
How to enter:
-Facebook: Message your naming idea to “Stony Brook Athletics” or “Wolfie Seawolf”
-Twitter: Tweet your naming idea to “@SBAthletics” or “@WolfieSeawolf” using the hashtag ” #EmpireClash
Need help getting ideas? Check out these famous college football rivalries for inspiration: http://bit.ly/YFz1wd
Congratulations on completing your upcoming degree here at Stony Brook, however your journey is just beginning! Become a Seawolf for life! Stony Brook Athletics is excited to offer discounted 2013 Stony Brook Football Season Tickets to all graduating seniors.
For just $13 down and $13 a month throughout the summer ($65 total), you will receive:
- A ticket to every Stony Brook Football Game
- First opportunity for playoff game tickets
- Never Waste A Ticket Program
- Exclusive raffles and prizes
- Annual Season Ticket Holder Gift
Much, much more! Special $13 for ’13 season tickets will be available at the Stony Brook Football Spring Game on Sunday, April 28th at 2:00PM.
For more information contact Christina Rondeau at 631-632-7933 or at email@example.com.
|Sat, 24 Nov, 2012 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM|
Dear Seawolves Fans,
- Special Seawolves Fan Menu
- Drink Specials
- Raffle Prizes and Giveaways- Courtesy of The Bench Bar and Grill and Stony Brook Athletics.
8:39 AM By Greg Logan
Photo credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke
Liberty University hope to “Fill The Bill,” as 19,200-seat Williams Stadium is known, for its Big South Conference game against Stony Brook at 3:30 p.m. Saturday in Lynchburg, Va. If the Flames succeed, it will help fund relief efforts for superstorm Sandy.
School officials announced that $1 from every ticket sold will be donated to a Virginia-based non-profit called Gleaning for the World, which needs money to transport supplies that already have been gathered to areas affected by Sandy. Obviously, the Seawolves come from one of the areas devastated by Sandy, so, the message from both schools is one of concern for those who were displaced or damaged by the storm.
Average attendance this season at Williams Stadium is 16,698 through six home games, and if the Flames (4-5, 3-1 Big South) match that figure, it will put them over 100,000 in season attendance for the first time in school history. As part of the promotion for the game, it will be Military Appreciation Day, and the first 12,000 fans will receive “Thundersticks,” so, it will be a noisy, hostile environment for Stony Brook (9-1, 5-0).
Although the Flames have a mediocre overall record thanks to a difficult early-season non-conference schedule, they have an 18-game home winning streak in Big South play. Their last Big South loss was to Gardner-Webb on Oct. 21, 2006. During that span, the Seawolves, who are ranked No. 6 in the Sports Network FCS poll and No. 8 in the Coaches poll, have lost twice. They fell 33-0 in 2008 and 54-28 in 2010.
If Stony Brook wins, it clinches the conference’s automatic berth in the FCS playoffs. The Seawolves already are assured of a tie for the league title, but a loss to Liberty would create the possibility of a three-way tie in which the tiebreaker would go to Coastal Carolina or the possibility of a two-way tie with Liberty, which would get the bid based on head-to-head results. So, it’s a classic “win-to-get-in” scenario for SBU at tough Williams Stadium.
Stony Brook Alumni Association Game Watch Events
Stony Brook Football vs. Army at West Point
12 noon EST Saturday September 29. Televised nationally on CBS Sports Network
Game Watch locations
Stony Brook, NY
1095 Route 25A, Stony Brook, NY 11790 (631) 675-1474 Call for lunch reservations
New York, NY
Facebook Stony Brook Alumni worldwide and let us know if your local business or home is a game watch location and check-in during the game!
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