Home
Contacts
Credentials
Parking

Credentials

Media and photographer credentials for Stony Brook Athletics events may be obtained by working press, radio and television by writing or calling the Director of Athletic Communications in the Stony Brook Athletic Communications Office, Sports Complex, Stony Brook, NY 11794-3500. All requests should be submitted at least 24 hours prior to the event by phoning the Athletic Communications Office at 631-632-7289. Since space is limited, accommodations are on a priority basis: daily newspapers and wire services, originating radio and television stations, national weekly or monthly publications, electronic media outlets, local and regional television crews. Priority is granted to members of the media who cover Stony Brook athletics on a regular basis and to visiting media members. Photo passes will be issued only to accredited photographers on assignment.

Postgame Interviews - Football
Stony Brook players and coaches will be available for interviews following each game and will be brought to the women's basketball film room in the Indoor Sports Complex. Members of the media will be directed to the room by a member of the Athletic Communications staff. Interviews for the visiting team and coaches will be coordinated by the opponent SID.

Postgame Interviews - Basketball
Stony Brook players and coaches will be available for interviews following each game and will be brought to the women's basketball film room below Pritchard Gymnasium. Interviews for the visiting team and coaches will be coordinated by the opponent SID. 

Player Interviews
All player interviews must be arranged through the Director of Athletic Communications. Please contact the Office of Athletic Communications and an interview can be arranged accordingly.

Photography Regulations
Photo passes will be issued only to accredited photographers on assignment. Under NCAA football rules, photographers are not allowed between the 25-yard lines and must remain outside of the restraining lines surrounding the playing field. Under NCAA basketball rules, photographers are only allowed behind the baseline underneath the baskets.