Stony Brook returns a young, but experienced group of linebackers for the 2016 season
Facts and figures on Stony Brook Football's new home in 2013.
A new era of Stony Brook Football in the premier FCS conference to begin in 2013.
Linebackers coach Bobby McIntyre is in his fifth season at Stony Brook in 2015. The coaching veteran heads the Seawolves' linebacking corps.
McIntyre guided Jawara Dudley, who earned all-conference honors for a third straight year in 2013, graduated as the third leading tackler (265 total tackles) in school history.
Dudley, a first team all-conference performer for a second straight year, and Grant Nakwaasah each finished in the top 10 in tackles in 2012.
McIntyre returned to Long Island after coaching at Bryant in 2010. During his time with the Bulldogs, he worked with the team's inside linebackers. A member of the staff at Nassau Community College from 2008-09, McIntyre worked with the DBs.
McIntyre coached at Hofstra University from 1989-2005. Eight players, who went on to sign NFL contracts, were tutored by McIntyre, who also served as a head coach at West Hempstead High School from 2006-07.
A 1976 graduate of Salem College in West Virginia, McIntyre earned a master's degree in Health Education from Hofstra, graduating with distinction.
Family: Wife, Anne; Daughters, Jessamyn, Caitlin, and Son, Sean
Education: Bachelor's degree, Salem College, 1976; Master's degree, health education, Hofstra, 1988
Playing Experience: Salem College, Offensive Line, 1972-76
Coaching Experience: 37 years