Senk led Seawolves to College World Series in June.
Seawolves won NCAA-best 52 games and advanced to College World Series.
Johnson is first male athlete in school history; Van Dalen first since Jenny Payne in 2003
Seawolves had seven players taken in 2012 draft.
All three student-athletes led their squad during the spring
Stony Brook vs. UCLA: CWS Game 1
2012: Picked in 33rd round of 2012 MLB Draft by Oakland Athletics ... named second team All-American by ABCA ... selected as Louisville Slugger third team All-American ... tied for most wins in the country ... Stony Brook's all-time leader in victories ... named America East Scholar Athlete in baseball ... hurled three-hitter in game two Super Regional win over No. 1 LSU ... allowed just an unearned run ... won two games at Coral Gables Regional ... picked up win against Miami (FL) in opening game of Coral Gables Regional, going 6.1 innings ... then, pitching on two days, went 6.1 innings to earn win in Regional Final against UCF ... selected to Coral Gables Regional All-tournament team ... named Louisville Slugger third team All-American by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper ... America East Pitcher of the Year ... went the distance in eight-inning 2-1 win over Binghamton on April 6 ... allowed just one run on five hits ... picked up 25th career win against Kansas on March 9 ... tied him with Jon Lewis '05 for most wins in program history ... allowed just three hits in 8.0 shutout innings ... walked one and struck out seven ... set program record for career victories with his 26th win on April 1 vs. New York Tech ... threw 5.0 shutout innings ... did not walk a batter ... gave up just one run on five hits in 8.0 shutout innings vs. Binghamton (4/6) ... named America East Pitcher of the Week on April 9 ... tossed four-hit shutout in win over UMBC (4/28) ... named to 2012 District I Capital One/CoSida Academic first team ... tossed six-hit shutout in 3-0 win over Binghamton on May 5 ... allowed just one earned run in 7.2 innings to pick up victory against Maine in opening round of 2012 America East Championship.
2011: Named to All-America East first team ... America East All-Academic team selection ... 2011 District I Capital One/CoSida Academic first team selection ... went 9-3 with 2.30 ERA in 13 starts ... third in the America East in ERA ... threw three complete games ... allowed 63 hits in 78.1 innings ... allowed just one home run ... walked just 14 and held opponents to a .222 batting average ... went 5-0 with America East best 0.95 ERA during conference play ... allowed only one run over final 32.0 innings pitched during regular season ... struck out 33 and walked one over that span ... allowed one run in 6.0 innings to earn victory over Florida Atlantic (2/26) ... pitched 6.0 shutout innings to earn win over Army on March 28 ... allowed four hits in 7.0 shutout innings to earn victory over Binghamton (4/30) ... struck out career-high nine in 7.0 innings to pick up victory against Binghamton (5/14).
2010: Named to All-America East first team ... selected to the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) All-Northeast Region second team ... named to Myrtle Beach Regional All-tournament team ... named America East Scholar Athlete in baseball ... selected to America East All-Academic team ... two-time America East Pitcher of the Week ... went 10-3 with a 3.86 ERA in 14 starts ... went 6-1 with a 2.44 ERA during conference play ... 10 victories are a Stony Brook single-season record ... victories mark ranked 26th in the nation ... was 16th in the country in hits allowed per nine innings (6.75) ... led America East with .210 opponent batting average ... struck out 10 in 7.1 innings to earn victory in season-opener against Akron (3/6) ... hurled three-hit shutout against UMBC (4/17) ... struck out 10 and walked one ... struck out eight in 7.0 innings to pick up victory against Hartford (5/15) ... allowed two runs in 8.0 innings to earn victory against Albany in America East tournament (5/27) ... struck out 10 and allowed two runs in 8.0 innings to lead the Seawolves to their first ever Division I NCAA Tournament win, a 6-2 victory over North Carolina State at Myrtle Beach Regional (6/5).
2009: Named to All-America East second team and America East All-Rookie team ... went 5-3 in 64.1 innings of work ... made 13 appearances including 10 starts ... struck out 58 batters ... ranked second in the America East in strikeouts per game (8.11) ... allowed two runs and five hits in 8.0 innings against Creighton to earn first collegiate victory ... hurled three-hit shutout against New York Tech (3/28), striking out a season-high eight ... earned win with three-hitter against UMBC (4/10) ... striking out seven ... tied season-high with eight strike outs in America East Tournament against Vermont (5/22).
High School:Played three years of varsity baseball at Crespi Carmelite HS for head coach Scott Muckey ... helped team to a 23-6 record as a senior ... went 20-0 on the mound in three-year high school career ... a 2008 first team Daily News All-Area baseball team selection .. went 10-0 with a 1.06 ERA as a senior, striking out 67 batters in 66 innings.