Stony Brook Seawolves
Stony Brook first fielded a varsity team in 1983 and rose to Division II in 1994. In 1999 the Seawolves rose to Division I non-scholarship as part of the Northeast Conference until the 2006 season in which scholarships were first granted. After a year of independence Stony Brook joined the Big South Conference and fully transitioned into a sixty-three scholarship program. In the summer of 2012 the program announced its admission into the Colonial Athletic Association.
Since transitioning to Division I the Seawolves have amassed five conference championships, all but one being earned in the past four seasons. They have participated in the Division I Football Championship playoffs and advanced to the second round in back-to-back years and in 2012 had their best performing season winning a program record ten games. The program has cemented itself as major national power in the Football Championship Subdivision with nationwide recruiting, consecutive weeks in the national polls, and its admission into the highly competitive Colonial Athletic Association.
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