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Warneys career-high keys Seawolves win against Hartford

Warney’s career-high keys Seawolves win against Hartford

Skyler Gilbert February 9, 2016
Island Federal Credit Union Arena was a packed house Monday night, as fans flocked to the Stony Brook Men’s Basketball home game.
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A letter from Carson Puriefoy

Letter to the Editor November 12, 2015
Jameel and I and Ray know what’s at stake. We gotta finish what we started.
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Points in the Paint: Warney’s defense and women’s team’s rebounding

The Statesman February 2, 2015
Opposing teams know the first player they need to scheme against when Stony Brook appears on their schedule is the 2013-14 America East Player of the Year Jameel Warney.
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Seawolves pick up third straight win in blowout over LIU-Brooklyn

David Vertsberger November 28, 2014
The Seawolves led from start to finish in a 73-54 rout over LIU-Brooklyn at Madison Square Garden on Thanksgiving day.
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Use of basketball analytics beginning to hit college level

Zach Rowe November 6, 2014
One of the major movements in the basketball world in the past decade has been the rise of the use of analytics.
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The Seawolves lose athleticism for the 2014-2015 season with Ahmad Walkers departure. (HEATHER KHALIFA/THE STATESMAN)

Walker’s sudden transfer leaves big hole in SBU lineup

David Vertsberger July 19, 2014
Departing seniors are always a huge blow to teams, especially so when three starters are among those to graduate.
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Seawolves backcourt rebuild continues with addition of Woodhouse

David Vertsberger April 19, 2014
The search for the Seawolves’ next starting point guard has extended its reach to Longwood University’s Lucas Woodhouse, who, as of earlier this month, is transferring to Stony Brook.
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Seawolves fall to Albany in America East Championship game

David Vertsberger March 16, 2014
“I gotta get out of here.” Those were the last words Dave Coley fought to get of his system as tears began flowing following a brutal defeat at the hands of Albany, 69-60.
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Stony Brook lets another chance to dance slip away

Joe Galotti March 16, 2014
For the second straight season, the Stony Brook Men’s Basketball team had their NCAA tournament dreams crushed by Albany. The Great Danes came into a hostile Pritchard Gymnasium on Saturday and exited with their second consecutive America East title.
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Sensational sophomores send Seawolves to AE Championship

David Vertsberger March 9, 2014
The Seawolves are headed home, but for all the right reasons. SBU squeezed by the Hartford Hawks 69-64, earning a spot to compete for the America East Championship—and their first NCAA tournament bid—against Albany at Stony Brook.
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The Seawolves are hoping to secure SBUs first-ever spot in the NCAA Tournament.  (MEHMET TEMEL / THE STATESMAN)

Men’s Basketball looks to get over long-standing hump

David Vertsberger March 5, 2014
As the Stony Brook Men’s Basketball team travels to Albany for the America East tournament this weekend, it is fair to guess that there is only one end result that would satisfy the Seawolves.
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Stony Brook men’s basketball suffers upset loss to UNH

Zach Rowe February 12, 2014
On Saturday afternoon, the Stony Brook Men’s Basketball team took on the the University of New Hampshire. The day was a special occasion of sorts, as Stony Brook held its 19th birthday celebration for its mascot, Wolfie. But, there was not much to party about for SBU once they got on the court, as the team fell 73-69 to the 5-17 Wildcats.
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