For a second straight year, the Stony Brook football team has garnered one of the highest academic achievements at the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) level. The Seawolves' Academic Progress Rate (APR) was the highest among the Big South football playing institutions.
Jahrie Level, the University of Idaho's third-leading receiver in 2012, has transferred to Stony Brook, head coach Chuck Priore announced on Monday. Level, who played his high school ball at Miami Northwestern in Florida, will have two years of eligibility left.
Stony Brook head football coach Chuck Priore has announced a restructuring of his staff, which includes two new coaches. Joining the Seawolves for their first season in the CAA are Kyle Smith and Rich Reichert.
Stony Brook head football coach Chuck Priore has announced the addition of three Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) transfers on Friday afternoon. Junior Arthur Doakes (Lebanon, Pa.) and seniors Derrick Morgan (Germantown, Md.) and Reuben Johnson (Lawnside, N.J.) have accepted grant-in-aid offers to begin competing this Fall.
Stony Brook head football coach Chuck Priore has announced the addition of running back Jameel Poteat (Harrisburg, Pa.). Poteat, a transfer from Cincinnati, has two years of eligibility remaining and will join the Seawolves for summer workouts. [READ MORE]
As preparations begin for the 2013 football season, Stony Brook and Albany, the CAA's newest football members, together will offer fans the opportunity to name the teams' annual rivalry game. Fans' suggestions can be submitted by using the hashtag EmpireClash on Twitter and/or by sending a message to Stony Brook Athletics' fan page or Wolfie Seawolf on Facebook.