In Wednesday night’s matchup between Stony Brook and St. Joseph’s University, the Seawolves used a power “Serge” to grab a win in men’s soccer action.
Senior Serge Gamwanya scored twice to lead Stony Brook to a 2-1 win over the Hawks at LaValle Stadium
After conceding a goal just eight minutes in, the Seawolves battled back and would level the match when Gamwanya scored off of a set-piece. The match would remain tied at 1 until the 87th minute when Mark Irvine was able to find the Trondheim, Norway, native who scored his second of the game.
“I thought we dominated large parts of the game,” said Ryan Anatol, Stony Brook’s head coach. “The guys showed character to come back from a goal down, it wasn’t easy. At times I thought we played really well and I thought at times we could have done better with the ball.”
Freshman goalkeeper Christian Miesch made five saves to earn the victory.
Stony Brook will be back in action on Saturday as the face Siena at Siena Turf Field for a 1 p.m. kickoff.