In Game

Stony Brook may not be the first team you think of when you think of college football, but don’t tell the fans here that as they come out in large numbers to support their team. You’ll see a sea of red inside Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium as Seawolves fans pack the stadium to cheer their team on during Saturdays throughout the fall.

No area of the stadium is more vocal in their support though than The Red Zone. The Stony Brook students go all out to cheer on their team and all throughout the game you’ll hear cheers and chants coming from the Red Zone. If you want to experience a Stony Brook game at its best, then make sure to get a seat near the Red Zone as it’s easily the loudest part of the stadium on game days.

In addition to fantastic fan support, Stony Brook is also home to a wonderful band and excellent spirit groups. The Spirit of Stony Brook Marching Band puts on an amazing show and keeps spirits high inside the stadium with their tunes. Wolfie and the cheerleaders are also a big part of the in-game experience as they do a great job of pumping up the crowd at key times with their cheers and chants.

You’ll have a lot of fun at a Stony Brook football game where the fantastic fan support and excellent spirit groups create an incredible in-game atmosphere.

Things to check out

Wolfie the Seawolf

Fans young and old love Wolfie the Stony Brook mascot. Wolfie revs up the crowd with his antics. Whether he’s waving flags or doing push ups, you won’t want to miss Wolfie and his shenanigans.

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The Spirit of Stony Brook Marching Band

The Spirit of Stony Brook Marching Band puts on quite the performance at Seawolves games. The band’s pregame and halftime shows are must-sees, and their presence can be felt all throughout the game making them a big part of the in-game atmosphere.

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The Red Zone

The Stony Brook student section, known as The Red Zone, does a fantastic job of supporting the Seawolves. These diehard fans make it difficult for any visiting team to come away with the W, so enjoy their cheers and chants throughout the game.

Cheerleaders

Join in the cheerleaders’ cheer and chants to show your support for the Seawolves. The cheerleaders do a fantastic job of riling up the crowd, so join them in cheering on Stony Brook.

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Fight Songs

  1. Sandy Shores

    Alma mater played during pregame and after game

    Sandy shore
    Meeting the Northern sea
    Ancient ground where newborn dreams arise
    Scarlet, gray
    Under azure skies
    The morning of a lifetime lies in Stony Brook
    Raise a grateful cheer for Stony Brook!

    Youthful joys
    Youthful folly, too
    Ancient wisdom seen through youthful eyes
    Lifelong friends
    Bound by youthful ties
    The morning of a lifetime lies in Stony Brook
    Raise a grateful cheer for Stony Brook!

  2. Fight Song

    Fight Song played when players run onto field and after every score

    The Fight Song was written by Perry Gosldstein and Howard Gimpel in commemoration of the band’s inaugural season.

    The band plays the Fight Song while in the tunnel as the football players rush out of the locker room right before the start of the game and after the football team scores a touchdown and field goal. It is also played at the beginning of all men’s and women’s home basketball games.

    We’re the red-hot Seawolves of SBU,
    We never stop fighting until the battle’s through.
    Let’s go Stony Brook,
    Let’s go team,
    Don’t let go until you hear them scream:
    Seawolves Rock,
    Seawolves Rule!
    Let’s go Stony Brook the number one school.

  3. Go, Fight, Win

    Victory song played during pregame and after first downs

    Go! Fight! Win!

    S – B – U!

    S – B – U!

    S! B! U!

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