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Congratulations to the Stony Brook University Class of 2013

Stony Brook University graduates look back fondly on their college experience, while looking forward to an exciting future.

“NAME THE GAME” by 6/1/13

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 

***Deadline to enter ideas is June 1st!****Image

 

NCAA 1ST Round Playoffs – Stony Brook Football vs. Villanova 11/24/12

Sat, 24 Nov, 2012 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM 
Stony Brook to host Villanova in FCS first round game

Seawolves-Wildcats to play at 3 p.m. on ESPN3 Saturday

Senior captain Dominick Reyes

 Senior captain Dominick Reyes
 

 

Nov. 18, 2012 Source: Stony Brook Athletics

Stony Brook, N.Y. – The Stony Brook football team will host Villanova on November 24 in a first-round game at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium, the Division I Football Championship committee announced on Sunday. The Seawolves (9-2, 5-1 Big South) received one of 10 at-large berths to the 20-team playoff and their first-ever Division I at-large bid in any sport.

Saturday’s game is scheduled for 3 p.m. and will be televised live on ESPN3 and the WatchESPN app.

Stony Brook tied for the Big South title, its fourth consecutive conference championship, but based on conference road wins, Coastal Carolina received the conference’s automatic bid.

The Seawolves have wins over Army and fellow playoff teams Colgate and Coastal Carolina.

Villanova (8-3, 6-2 CAA) shared the conference title with New Hampshire, Richmond and Towson, but received the automatic bid based on a tiebreaker. Saturday’s match-up will be the first meeting between the two schools, but not the last. Stony Brook will move to the CAA after this season is complete. The Wildcats won the national championship in 2009.

The winner will travel to face No. 3 seed Montana State on December 1.

Tickets for Saturday’s game are on sale now. Tickets can be purchased at any time on www.GoSeawolves.org. Reserved chairbacks are $20. General admission seats for adults are $14 and youths and senior citizens are $10. Stony Brook faculty/staff are $10 with ID.

The Stony Brook ticket office is open Monday-Wednesday from 9:30 a.m.-7 p.m. and 12 p.m.-5 p.m. on Friday. Offices will be closed on Thanksgiving. Gameday sales will begin at 1:30 p.m. at Gates 2 and 6.

For more information, please call (631) 632-WOLF.

SPECIAL: NCAA 1ST ROUND – STONY BROOK VS. VILLANOVA
NOV. 24 AT LAVALLE STADIUM AT 3 P.M.

TICKET PRICES:
RESERVED CHAIRBACK – $20
ADULT GENERAL ADMISSION – $14
YOUTH GENERAL ADMISSION – $10
SENIOR CITIZEN/STONY BROOK FACULTY – $10

NO SEAPUPS KIDS DEN PASSES WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THIS GAME

Tune in live WABC TV or online to see Stony Brook University in 68th Annual Columbus Day Parade

STONY BROOK, NY, October 05, 2012 – For the second consecutive year, The Spirit of Stony Brook Marching Band will participate in New York City’s Annual Columbus Day Parade. The Parade will take place on Monday, October 8, 2012, and will be broadcast live from Fifth Avenue in Manhattan on WABC from noon to 3 pm eastern standard time.

Coaches and players from the Stony Brook baseball team will join the band in the parade to celebrate their “Shock the World” run to the 2012 College World Series on a special float generously provided by the Columbus Citizens Foundation.

The Stony Brook contingent will be led by this year’s homecoming king and queen, Karthik Rao (biology ’13), a marching band drum major; and Dani Klupenger (journalism/business ’13), a member of the women’s basketball team. Also participating in the parade is distinguished alumni Richard T. Nasti (’78), a Stony Brook Foundation board member and senior vice president of H.J. Kalikow & Company.

The best mascot in all of college sports, Wolfie, is a crowd favorite who will be outfitted with a GoPro Camera, allowing ABC to cut live into the broadcast to glimpse first ‘person’ views of marchers and parade onlookers.

Read more online

Watch live at WABC-TV

Stony Brook Homecoming 2012 Candidates #Wolfstock2012

Stony Brook Homecoming 2012 Candidates #Wolfstock2012

Last Chance to Register to Win an iPad! Wolfstock 2012 Register by 9/20

Wolfstock 2012

Homecoming: Enter to Win an iPadDon’t Miss Homecoming
for good food, great weather, and lots of fun with old friends.

The forecast says sunny skies!
You won’t want to miss Long Island’s biggest backyard BBQ with all your BBQ favorites, entertainment from Long Island’s own 94X, and a fun zone for the kids.

Plus!!
Register Online before September 20 for a chance to win an Apple iPad. 

Online registration will close at midnight on 9/20. Additional tickets may be purchased at the door.  

Want to volunteer?

Link to Wolfstock Web site

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