The Stony Brook University Arena is 4,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Stony Brook, New York. It is the home of the Stony Brook Seawolves men's and women's basketball teams. It is currently under a $20 million renovation. The design stage already complete, construction for the renovation is currently on hold. The Seawolves are currently playing their athletic games in the Pritchard Gymnasium, both located within the larger Stony Brook Sports Complex. 2010-2011 men's basketball team has only two games schedule in the arena, due to its larger capacity better for higher-profile games. The 2012 America East Championship Game between Stony Brook and Vermont was played at the arena.
A $21.1 million renovation of the Stony Brook University Arena has been announced with $20 million provided by the State of New York and an additional $1 million provided by private donations. It will include a seating capacity for 4,008 spectators, four luxury boxes and a VIP lounge area at the loge level with premium court-side seating. The funds were originally allocated prior to the 2008-11 economic downturn and subsequently frozen by state governor David Patterson. The funds were recently released and completion is set for 2014.