Priore hands out awards; names 2012 captains
Winner receives conference's automatic bid to the FCS Playoffs
Seawolves host St. Anselm on Saturday at 6p.m.
Brevi catches two touchdowns, including hail mary to end first half
Seawolves open Big South play against Presbyterian on Saturday
2011: Started the first four games of the season before suffering an injury ... completed 33 of 63 passes for 347 yards ...completed one pass for 35 yards and ran for seven yards vs. Lafayette (9/24) ... completed 6 of 11 passes for 57 yards ... went 11 for 16 and one interception for 87 yards at Buffalo (9/10) ... completed 15 of 27 passes for 168 yards at UTEP (9/3) ... preseason All-Big South by Phil Steele's College Football Review.
2010: Big South Scholar-Athlete of the Year and all-academic team ... Seawolves' Academic Award winner ... awarded 2010 Outstanding College Scholar-Athlete by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Suffolk Country Chapter ... started all 11 games at quarterback for second straight year ... threw for more than 1,800 yards and 17 touchdowns ... top five in Big South in all passing categories ... threw a touchdown pass in all but one game ... passed for two touchdowns in five of last six games ... threw for 215 yards and two touchdowns at Liberty (11/20) ... passed for 158 yards and two touchdowns against Gardner-Webb (11/13) ... threw for a career-high four touchdowns at Presbyterian (11/6) ... completed 12 of 20 passes vs. Blue Hose ... went 9 of 11 for 145 yards and two TDs vs. Charleston Southern (10/30) ... completed 15 of 21 passes for 133 yards at Coastal Carolina (10/23) ... ran for a touchdown and threw for a touchdown vs. Lafayette (10/16) ... totaled 200 yards against Leopards ... threw for 194 yards and a touchdown vs. VMI (10/9) ... passed for 139 yards and a touchdown vs. UMass (9/25) ... threw for 175 yards and a touchdown at Brown (9/18) ... completed 9 of 13 passes for 128 yards and a touchdown against American International (9/11) ... threw a 31-yard touchdown pass at South Florida (9/4) ... preseason All-Big South second team by Phil Steele's College Football Review.
2009: Started every game at quarterback ... threw for over 100 yards in every game but one ... led the Big South with 15 TD passes ... second in the league in passing efficiency and third in passing yards ... one of three players in the Big South to finish with over 2,000 yards of offense ... threw for 2,060 yards, completing 55 percent of his pass attempts ... fourth player in school history to throw for over 2,000 yards ... engineered three game-winning drives that resulted in touchdowns in the final minute of the game (Brown, VMI and Liberty) ... total passing yards is the sixth-highest single-season mark in school history... pass completions (153) and attempts (279) are both the ninth-highest single-season totals at SBU ... pair of 300-yard games ... had a completion of at least 30 yards in six outings ... threw for 188 yards and a score in his Seawolves debut at Hofstra (9/5) ... hit on 10-of-12 attempts for 137 yards and a score vs. Brown (9/19) ... pair of TD passes at UMass (9/26) ... that started a streak of six straight games with two TD passes ... season-high 321 yards a two scores vs. Presbyterian (10/3) ... yardage is the fourth most in a game at SBU ... also picked up his only rushing TD of the season against the Blue Hose ... 277 yards and two scores the next week at North Dakota (10/10) ... set career highs in completions (28) and attempts (44) while throwing for 316 yards and a pair of scores in the win at VMI (10/17) ... named Big South Offensive Player of the Week for his game against the Keydets ... completed two passes, one for a season-long of 64 yards, in the final minute to lead Stony Brook to the win over Liberty (11/21) and a share of the Big South title.
Prior to Stony Brook: Played one season at Santa Ana College ... threw for over 1,600 yards and 10 scores ... was also on the team at Syracuse in 2007 but did not play.
High School: A 2007 graduate of El Dorado High School ... four-year letterwinner in football ... team captain as a senior ... All-CIF selection ... threw for 28 touchdowns vs. four interceptions as a senior ... league offensive player of the year ... all-league pick ... helped his team to a CIF state championship ... named the Hawk of the Year at his high school.
Personal: Born Michael Coulter on May 5, 1989 in Orange County, California ... son of James and Lynn Coulter ... minoring in spanish.