Stony Brook returns the top two backs from 2015
The annual event honors the 2015 senior class and announcement of team awards
Redshirt freshman RB Donald Liotine rushed for 203 yards and a touchdown in the Seawolves’ win over UAlbany
The Seawolves defense pitches a shutout in the 20-2 victory over rival Great Danes on Saturday
The Seawolves and Great Danes will battle for The Golden Apple at 1 p.m. on Saturday
Stony Brook's football team held the end-of-the-season Grant Family Banquet inside the Island Federal Credit Union on campus Sunday afternoon. Head coach Chuck Priore, who completed his 10th season, spoke about the 2015 campaign and handed out the team's awards.
High School: A 2013 graduate of the Stony Brook School ... two-time All-County selection ... ran for more than 1,000 yards in each of his last three seasons, setting a new career-high as a senior with 1,666 yards on the ground ... two-time football team captain ... lettered in four sports in high school (football, baseball, wrestling, track) ... also a first-team All-League and All-County shortstop in baseball.
Personal:Donald Michael Liotine, Jr. ... born February 13, 1995 in Brookhaven, New York ... son of Donald Sr. and Bonnie Liotine ... has two siblings.