For the Stony Brook women’s lacrosse team, it was a matter of where and when. For Hofstra, it was if and how. And both received answers they were looking for.
Stony Brook University has been named one of the top 40 universities in the United States. The SUNY school is now ranked number 39 by the QS World University Rankings, moving up from number 45 the previous year.
The Stony Brook women’s lacrosse team got a solid battle from Albany before ending the conference season with what has become an annual ritual: celebrating an America East Conference championship and hoisting the trophy. This time, the Seawolves defeated the Great Danes 16-9 behind a five-goal performance from midfielder Ally Kennedy (North Babylon) and an exceptional grinding defensive performance by Rayna Sabella (Mount Sinai) at LaValle Stadium.
New Stony Brook women’s basketball coach Ashley Langford embraces pressure of maintaining program’s success
The hiring of a new head coach — especially one that’s never held the top position before — is often accompanied by a mandate to build: Take a struggling program and make it a winner. New Stony Brook women’s basketball coach Ashley Langford has no such mandate. Hers is one of maintenance. Coming off an America East Tournament championship and the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance, the standard for success is in place. All Langford has to do is continue it.
Ashley Langford was introduced as the new coach of Stony Brook women’s basketball on Friday.
Small business incubators across New York State now have access to an additional $2 million in state funding. On Thursday, officials gathered at Stony Brook University’s Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology to announce the new funding.
Setting up shop at Stony Brook University has given technology entrepreneur Eugene Sayan access to the research and people that he’s needed to grow his software company from 13 employees in 2013 to more than 200 today.
Beating the coronavirus didn’t spare him from possible ‘COVID psychosis.’ His wife warns it’s not as rare as people think.
Patients with temporary or permanent psychosis are at an increased risk of suicidality, said Dr. Mason Chacko, clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at Stony Brook University Hospital, who also authored a case report that detailed a patient who developed COVID-19-associated psychosis and died by suicide.
The Stony Brook Medicine health care system began allowing visitors back at their hospitals on a limited basis starting Tuesday, officials said, as New York State prepares a major easing of pandemic restrictions later this month and rates of COVID-19 continue to drop.