The sixth-ranked Seawolves stormed past UVM at Virtue Field on Saturday afternoon.
Stony Brook graduate midfielder’s seven-goal outing nearly matched the Vermont total as the Catamounts dropped their third game in a row, 19-8.
UVM managed to score first when junior attacker Riley Halloran found the net only 35 seconds in, but a four-goal stretch from Stony Brook marked the first and only lead-change of the contest.
The Seawolves improved to 5-0 in America East play this season, while UVM fell to a 3-2 conference record.
Next up, the Catamounts are back on the road against UMass Lowell on Saturday, April 10 at 2 p.m.