Seawolves will hold 15 workouts, including Spring Game on April 21
Facts and figures on Stony Brook Football's new home in 2013.
A new era of Stony Brook Football in the premier FCS conference to begin in 2013.
2013: Played in nine games, starting six ... 26 tackles and five pass breakups ... one interception ... made three tackles vs. Albany (11/23) ... tied career-high with five tackles and recorded first career interception at James Madison (11/16) ... had one tackle and a career-best two pass breakups vs. Richmond (11/9) ...DNP at Maine (11/2) ... made a career-high five tackles vs. New Hampshire (10/26) ... started at Colgate (10/12) ... three tackles and a pass breakup vs. Bryant (10/5) ... two tackles and a pass breakup vs. Towson (9/28) ...DNP at Villanova (9/21) ... made three tackles and had a pass breakup at Buffalo (9/14) ... tied career-high with four tackles, including one for loss, at Rhode Island (9/7).
2012: Played in all 13 games ... 17 tackles, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery ... made a tackle at Montana State (12/1) ... had a tackle vs. VMI (11/3) ... recorded two tackles at Presbyterian (10/27) ... had two tackles vs. Gardner-Webb (10/20) ... made a tackle at Coastal Carolina (10/13) ... recorded four tackles vs. Charleston Southern (10/6) ... made two tackles at Army (9/29) ... had a tackle for loss vs. Colgate (9/22) ... one tackle vs. Pace (9/8) ... made two tackles, one for loss, and forced and recovered a fumble vs. Central Connecticut (9/1).
Before Stony Brook: Led the Grossmont Griffins with 12 pass breakups ... honored by the team with his selection as the Griffins' Best Defensive Back of the Year ... led Grossmont to the Beach Bowl against Santa Ana College.
High School: A 2009 graduate of Valhalla High School ... earned second-team defense honors by the San Diego Union Tribune ... also was selected to play in the Alex Spano All-Star Classic.
Personal: Ivan May ... born February 11, 1991 in El Cajon, California ... son of Van and Valerie May ... one sister.