Ten years ago, the Stony Brook Baseball team “Shocked the World” by advancing to the 2012 College World Series. To celebrate, Stony Brook Athletics is telling the story from back to front in a three-part documentary, “Thirteen Hundred Miles to Omaha.”
In a three-episode release, the documentary starts with a trip to 1991, when the then-Division III Patriots hired Matt Senk to be head baseball coach. Mentoring a six-time MLB All-Star and two more MLB starting pitchers were just part of the journey that led the program to its magical 2012 campaign. See the team’s astonishing ascendency through the Coral Gables Regional and Baton Rouge Super Regional as the Seawolves punched their ticket to Omaha.
The full documentary is available on-demand on the Stony Brook Athletics YouTube channel.