Sports Highlights: Men’s Soccer vs UMass Lowell

The Stony Brook Seawolves suffered a 2-1 home loss to UMass Lowell on Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014 in the America East Conference. This video was originally published on sbstatesman.com

 

MEN’S SOCCER: Stony Brook vs. Villanova

The Stony Brook Seawolves suffered a 1-0 loss at home to the Villanova Wildcats on Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014. Stony Brook hosted Villanova on International Night, which honored the men’s team’s 10 international student-athletes.

MEN’S SOCCER: Stony Brook vs. University of New Hampshire

An 85th minute goal from sophomore midfielder Favio Sbarra gave the Stony Brook Seawolves a 1-0 win in their first game of the America East Conference against the University of New Hampshire Wildcats on Saturday, Oct. 4, 2o14.

 

Sports Highlights: Stony Brook Men’s Soccer vs. Lehigh

Coming off two away losses in Connecticut, the Stony Brook Seawolves defeated the Lehigh Mountain Hawks in a 3-0 shutout in their home opener on Friday, Sept. 6, 2014.

This video was originally published on sbstatesman.com on Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014.

MEN’S SOCCER: Stony Brook vs. Fairleigh Dickinson

In its second home game of the 2014 season, the Stony Brook University Men’s Soccer team tied 0-0 against Fairleigh Dickinson University after failing to score in double overtime on Monday, Sept. 8, 2014. The Seawolves entered the match coming off their 3-0 home opener win against the Lehigh Mountain Hawks on Friday, Sept. 5, 2014.

Politico’s first few days off Capitol Hill

When Allbright Communications bought the website Capital New York on Sept. 3, there were several questions floating around but mainly, there was doubt.

Allbright owns Politico, one of the powerhouses for political news in Washington D.C. Politico has come a long way since its inception in 2007 and grabs the attention of roughly 5 million Americans every month.  It also publishes a newspaper four days a week that is free to pick up and brings in a good percentage of its revenue through advertisements. According to BusinessWeek, “the ads that appear in Politico come in two flavors: issue-advocacy advertising, in which a group attempts to influence a specific bit of pending legislation; and corporate image advertising, in which a company tries to burnish its own reputation in Washington.”

Politico took on the project in order to revamp the site to be focused on New York City and State politics and media coverage, rather than hyperlocal reporting. It’s part of a larger mission to “colonize” and cover politics in large markets. If all goes well in New York, Politico is looking to further broaden its horizons. Continue reading →

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Tito Vilanova will step down as Barcelona manager to receive treatment for throat cancer. Photo credit: http://es.eurosport.yahoo.com/

Tonight was a sad night in Barcelona.

When F.C Barcelona President Sandro Rosell called this evening’s emergency press conference, everyone—fans, players, officials and journalists—already had an idea of what was to be announced.

But they hoped they would be wrong.

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Del Bosque: It would be ideal to play the Copa del Rey final in Madrid

Spain National Team coach Vicente del Bosque spoke to the press in Valladolid on Friday saying, the Copa del Rey final between Atletico and Real Madrid “gives all the circumstances for the match to be played in Madrid.”

Former Real Madrid manager Vicente del Bosque received the award for best communicator of Castile and León on Friday from the European University Miguel de Cervantes.

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Outstanding and Standout Moves in the January Transfer Window

Thank God it’s over. The month of January is a dramatic one for football around the world. Some players leave the only league they’ve ever known for an entirely new one; a new style of football than what they’re used to. Some players go back to the league in which they started that gave them their career. Some players enter a professional league for the first time. In just four weeks, the entire world of football can be turned upside down.

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