- $74 for four sideline tickets, plus four passes to the VIP Wolves Den (up to $156 value)
- Located beneath the main concourse, the Wolves Den features all-you-can-eat suite-style food and soft drinks. Feel free to pig out from one hour before the game until tip-off—and again during halftime.
- When: Saturday, January 9, at 2 p.m. (UMass Lowell); Wednesday, January 13, at 7 p.m. (UMBC); Wednesday, February 3, at 7 p.m. (Binghamton); or Monday, February 8, at 7 p.m. (Hartford)
- Click here to view the seating chart.
The Scouting Report
Since 2010, the Seawolves have won the America East Conference three times, and a strong start to the 2015–16 season has a fourth conference title looking more and more likely. For his part, senior Carson Puriefoy closed out 2015 with America East Player of the Week honors after torching Lehigh for 25 points, including a trio of threes in the final 2:40 of the game. But the offensive campaign has been a team effort. Senior Jameel Warney finished the year with five straight games of 20-plus points—dominant performances that allowed his teammates to conserve their energy by napping under the basket.
Stony Brook Seawolves
Stony Brook University was founded in 1957, and in the years to follow, its sports teams were known as the Soundmen, the Baymen, the Warriors, and even the Patriots. The latter of those monikers stuck until 1994, when the school finally took on the role as Seawolves: a mythical sea creature of the Tlingit tribe thought to bring good luck to anyone fortunate enough to see it or get its autograph.
Today, 20 men's and women's varsity teams compete as Seawolves across the America East Conference and the Colonial Athletic Association. Bearing the school's colors of red, grey, and blue, the student-athletes receive boosts from Stony Brook's renowned marching band, Wolfie the mascot, and a group of passionate student fans nicknamed "The Pack."