While it wasn't completely unexpected, it was a role she was not used to nor wanted.She watched as her team won the America East tournament championship in 2012.What would have been each student-athlete's junior season brought along great anticipation, but ended in even bigger challenges.Thompson was unable to play right away and had to miss the 2015 season.Thompson took a chance on the Seawolves, having never been to the States before, while Wiggins returned for her fifth year to go out on a high note.Despite the different routes, their goals for success on the field, in the classroom and with the team followed the same aim.While it was an exciting next step, the transition would present some unforeseen challenges.
"When I came in for preseason my freshman year it was kind of my tryout.will officially conclude their time at Stony Brook.While the pair will go out together, their paths to this point have had few similarities.A year earlier, Wiggins carried a similar mindset as she missed her third season with a torn ACL.
She was completely sidelined for the year and although it is a relatively common experience, it's a taxing weight nonetheless.
The tactical and technical ability that I learned there helped me a lot to adjust here." Wiggins applied to Stony Brook on a whim, following the advice of her high school advisor.