Shannon Grogan and Regan Bosnyak are inspiring teammates on the field and their fellow students off of it.
Redshirt senior Ashley Castanio set a new season-high with 10 saves
Since 2012 the Seawolevs are 15-2-3 at LaValle Stadium
Team gets better after posting 5-1-0 record during spring season.
Stony Brook student-athletes continue to make their mark in the classroom.
2014:Made starts in all 17 matches...tied her career-high with four assists...second on the team with 33 shots...named to theAmerica East All-Academic team...notched two assists vs. Binghamton on Oct. 12, one of which was on Regan Bosnyak's overtime game-winning goal...also picked up assists against Fordham on Sep. 21 and Albany on Oct. 19....had a season-high three shots on goal at Wagner on Aug. 31.
2012: Appeared in 19 games, including the America East championship and the NCAA Tournament...registered six shots.
2011: Saw action in 16 games and made seven starts...posted 10 shots...assisted on Regan Bosnyak's second goal against UMBC on Sept. 29.
High School: Earned four varsity letters at Holy Cross High School for head coach Sergio Torres...elected co-captain as a senior in 2010...named All-Conference and All-County in 2009 and '10...named All-South Jersey and All-State in 2009...registered 17 goals and 31 assists in high school career...also competed in track and field and was named All-Conference four times between 2008-2011...member of the National Honor Society...co-founder and president of the Special Olympics Club...played for the Cherry Hill FC Power club team and won the New Jersey Cup state tournament in 2011.
Personal: Shannon Victoria Grogan...born June 27, 1993 in Mount Holly, N.J...daughter of Martin and Susan Grogan.
Grogan's Fun Facts: My favorite car in my Honda Pilot...My favorite hobby is playing the guitar...My favorite sport other than soccer is track and field...My favorite actor is Robert Downey, Jr...My favorite sports hero is Lionel Messi...If I could be a cartoon character, I'd be Buzz Lightyear.