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Isles flirt with shutout in opening game of semifinal round at Tampa Bay

Last year in Game 1 of the 2020 Eastern Conference Finals, the Islanders got off to a rough start and lost to the Lightning 8-2. This time, they flipped the script by improving defensively and scoring the same amount goals, proving to be enough to win this time. The Islanders entered the Stanley Cup semifinalsContinue reading “Isles flirt with shutout in opening game of semifinal round at Tampa Bay”

Isles win Round 2 against Boston and prepare for Tampa Bay again

Being the lowest seed in a division entering playoff mode may not allow the odds to be in your favor. Over the last two seasons, the New York Islanders have proven that statement to be nothing but fiction. After shocking the Pittsburgh Penguins in Round 1 with a 4-2 series win, the Islanders once againContinue reading “Isles win Round 2 against Boston and prepare for Tampa Bay again”

Taryn Ohlmiller’s record-performance sends Stony Brook to the NCAA Quarterfinals

You may not know whether or not you’re gonna play your final home game in your collegiate career. However, you know that either way, play it like it’s your last and go out with a bang. The grad stars in Taryn Ohlmiller, Ally Kennedy, and Kaeli Huff proved that to be true. Stony Brook enteredContinue reading “Taryn Ohlmiller’s record-performance sends Stony Brook to the NCAA Quarterfinals”

Seawolves maintain multiple perfect records over Towson in NCAA Tournament Round 1

Pressure can mount on a team when there are multiple streaks on the line in a game. But, the Seawolves played through 60 minutes of action like it was not completely important to them. They focused on what was more important: winning a game to survive and advance. The Seawolves played their first tournament homeContinue reading “Seawolves maintain multiple perfect records over Towson in NCAA Tournament Round 1”

Seawolves draw national seed and familiar foe for the NCAA Tournament

It’s the same news that has appeared at this point in May since 2013: Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse are the champions of the America East and will get the automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament. The Seawolves came into Saturday’s America East Championship hosting UAlbany at LaValle Stadium, knowing that that have most likely securedContinue reading “Seawolves draw national seed and familiar foe for the NCAA Tournament”

Seawolves overcome early deficit for 9th straight AE title game appearance

Nothing was gonna stop Joe Spallina’s L.I. squad from reaching their 9th straight America East Championship appearance after starting the game very rocky. After all the momentum the Seawolves had this season with a perfect 8-0 conference regular-season record and an undefeated home record at 6-0, it started to look like their success, which includedContinue reading “Seawolves overcome early deficit for 9th straight AE title game appearance”

Seawolves prepare for 9th-straight America East playoff appearance

It’s another part of the season that the women’s lacrosse team has been accustomed to since 2013: hosting the America East Women’s Lacrosse Tournament at LaValle Stadium at Stony Brook. For the 8th season in a row, the Stony Brook Seawolves are the regular-season champions of the America East after clinching the top seed inContinue reading “Seawolves prepare for 9th-straight America East playoff appearance”

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