2010 Stony Brook Seawolves football team

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2010 Stony Brook Seawolves football
Big South Co-Champions
Conference Big South Conference
2010 record 6–5 (5–1 Big South)
Head coach Chuck Priore
Offensive coordinator Jon Woods
Defensive coordinator Tony Thompson
Home stadium Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium
(Capacity: 8,136)
Seasons
« 2009 2011 »
2010 Big South football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
#21 Liberty §   5 1         8 3  
Stony Brook §   5 1         6 5  
Coastal Carolina §^   5 1         6 6  
Gardner–Webb   2 4         4 7  
VMI   2 4         3 8  
Charleston Southern   1 5         3 8  
Presbyterian   1 5         2 9  
§ – Conference co-champions
^ – FCS playoff participant
Rankings from The Sports Network FCS Poll

The 2010 Stony Brook Seawolves football team represented Stony Brook University in the 2010 college football season as an associate member of the Big South Conference. The team was coached by Chuck Priore and played their home games in Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium at Stony Brook, NY. The Seawolves ended their regular season 6–5, 5–1 in Big South play to earn it second straight Big South conference title shared with Liberty and Coastal Carolina. Due to a three way tie in the conference title the automatic bid to the FCS playoff was given to Coastal Carolina, not Stony Brook who allowed more points against the Big South opponents.

Previous season[edit]

The Seawolves opened their season against their Long Island rivals, Hofstra, at Hempstead which ended in 17-10 loss to the Prade. The Seawolves then visited Colgate, losing the game in a 23-13 decision. Opening their home season at Stony Brook the Seawolves played Brown with they defeated 21-20. The Seawolves then visited UMass resulting in a 44-17 loss at Amherst. Seawolves entered their Conference play winning three games straight, losing at Charleston Southern and then winning their season finale against Liberty in a very close game at LaValle Stadium, 36-33. As a result, the Seawolves captured a share of the conference title with Liberty.

Before the season[edit]

Recruitment[edit]

In the off-season Hofstra University, Stony Brook’s Long Island rivals, announced that it would cut its football team for future season after 2009 leaving the Seawolves as the sole college football team in the long island area. As NCAA rules state, when a college team is cut, football athletes that transfer to another school don’t need to meet residency requirements to start play. This led to five incoming transfer from Hofstra to begin play at Stony Brook including Miguel Mayonet, and Brock Jackolski for the 2010 season.

Roster[edit]

2010 Stony Brook Seawolves Roster
Quarterbacks
  • 17 Ryan Andersen, Fr
  • 10Michael Coulter, Jr
  • 15 Kyle Essington, So
  • 13 Nick Moody, Fr
  • 16 Victor Spinelli, RS Fr

Tailbacks

  • 23 Edwin Gowins, Jr
  • 30 Brock Jackolski, Jr
  • 32 Davon Lawrence, Fr
  • 5 Miguel Maysonet, So
  • 28 Vincent Polo, RS Fr

Fullbacks

  • 38 Gary Beddoe, RS Fr
  • 40 Aswand Cruikshank, So
  • 83 Shane Scorzelli, Fr

Wide Receivers

  • 8 Matt Brevi, Jr
  • 7 Myles Campbell, RS Fr
  • 89 Kevin Famulari, So
  • 25 Jordan Gush, So
  • 12 Cameron Hall, Jr
  • 82 Michael Lepore, Sr
  • 80 Bryant McAdoo, Fr
  • 81 Chris McMillan, RS Fr
  • 18 Major Mobley, RS Fr
  • 6 Donald Porter, Sr
  • 87 Christian Ricard, Fr

Tight Ends

  • 84 Brett Arce, So
  • 11 Chris Fenelon, So
  • 85 Tanner Nehls, Fr
  • 88 David Shukri, So
Offensive Linemen
  • 76 Matt Acey, Fr
  • 69 Michael Bamiro, RS Fr
  • 65 Brian Crew, Sr
  • 70 Mario Dattilo, Jr
  • 63 Joe Faiella, Jr
  • 75 Paul Fenaroli, Sr
  • 78 Alex Gecewicz, Fr
  • 67 Scott Hernandez, RS Fr
  • 74 Eric Mauler, So
  • 52 Armand Poole, Sr
  • 71 Cody Precht, Fr
  • 77 Ian Soiomon, RS Fr
  • 79 Phillip Vounazos, Jr

Defensive Linemen

  • 98 Janna Chukumerije, RS Fr
  • 92 Jonathan Coats, Jr
  • 97 Frank Conti, Sr
  • 96 Ryan Haber, Jr
  • 66 Kevin Hauter, Fr
  • 90 Roosevelt Kirk, Jr
  • 93 Joseph Kirkpatrick, Sr
  • 51 Michael Marino, Jr
  • 94 Elias Martinez, RS Fr
  • 99 Andrew Nelson, Jr
  • 95 Alex Probasco, RS Fr
  • 91 John Zorbas, So
Linebackers
  • 56 Casey Callahan, RS Fr
  • 44 Jawara Dudley, Fr
  • 46 Matt Faiella, RS Fr
  • 33 Reginald Fracklin, RS Fr
  • 3 Julian Glenn, Sr
  • 57 Nick Iorio, Fr
  • 48 Grant Nakwaasah, Fr
  • 58 Nick Netta, So
  • 55 Adam Nowak, RS Fr
  • 35 Craig Richardson, So
  • 34 Stephen Schwicke, Sr
  • 49 Andres Trujillo, Fr
  • 45 Kenny Tuiloma, So

Defensive Backs

  • 39 Davonte Anderson, Fr
  • 22 Sheldon Armstrong, So
  • 19 Sean Burgwardt, Jr
  • 31 Peace Edafe, RS Fr
  • 1 Al-Majid Hutchins, Jr
  • 36 Taj Johnson, RS Fr
  • 43 Mike Mancini, Fr
  • 41 Cedrick Moore, Jr
  • 24 Dominick Reyes, So
  • 26 Corey Stringer, Jr
  • 47 Marlon Tudor, Jr
  • 42 A.J. Valentine, RS Fr
  • 20 Rich Vitale, So
  • 21 Arin West, Sr
  • 4 Jevahn Cruz, Fr
  • 29 Devante Wheeler, Fr

Kickers

  • 53 Luke Allen K, Fr
  • 27 Drew Evangelista K, So
  • 59 Reza Zoroufie K, RS Fr
  • 50 Josh Gibson K/P, Jr
  • 54 Wesley Skiffington K/P, So
Coaching staff
  • Chuck Priore, Head Coach
  • Jeff Behrman, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
  • Rob Neviaser, Defensive Coordinator
  • Carlton Goff, Wide Receivers
  • Mark Murray, Offensive Line
  • Tony Thompson, Defensive Line
  • Jon Woods, Offensive Line
  • Patrick Hatch, Defensive Line Assistant
  • Tyler Santucci, Linebackers
  • Michael Derice, Director of Football Operations


Classes Key:
Fr – Freshman; first year player.
So – Sophomore; second year player.
Jr – Junior; third year player.
Sr – Senior; fourth year player.
BoldTeam captain.
Italics – Left team during the season.
RS – Previously used a redshirt.
Current Redshirt – Redshirt during 2010 season.
Injured – Injured for entire or majority of season and is eligible for a medical redshirt.

Roster


Schedule[edit]

Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 4 7:00 PM at South Florida* Raymond James StadiumTampa, FL SNY/Big South Net L 14–59   40,201
September 11 6:00 PM American International* Kenneth P. LaValle StadiumStony Brook, NY Big South Net W 31–14   4,291
September 18 12:30 PM at Brown* Brown StadiumProvidence, RI Big South Net L 33–30 2OT  3,988
September 25 6:00 PM Massachusetts* Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium • Stony Brook, NY Big South Net L 21–26   5,309
October 9 6:00 PM VMIdagger Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium • Stony Brook, NY Big South Net W 27–9   7,432
October 16 1:00 PM at Lafayette* Fisher FieldEaston, PA MASN/Big South Net L 21–28   6,036
October 23 7:30 PM at Coastal Carolina Brooks StadiumConway, SC MASN/Big South Net W 38–28   8,671
October 30 3:00 PM Charleston Southern Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium • Stony Brook, NY Big South Net W 41–21   4,007
November 6 1:00 PM at Presbyterian Bailey Memorial StadiumClinton, SC SportSouth/Big South Net W 37–7   1,667
November 13 1:00 PM Gardner-Webb Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium • Stony Brook, NY Big South Net W 55–3   3,502
November 20 3:30 PM at Liberty Williams StadiumLynchburg, VA MASN/Big South Net L 28–54   10,521
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from the AP Poll. All times are in Eastern Time.

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