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The Stony Brook Mens Basketball team lost to Albany in last seasons America East Championship Game, 51-50, on March 4, 2015. This was the Seawolves fourth America East Championship game loss in five seasons. HEATHER KHALIFA/THE STATESMAN

Men’s Basketball seeks summit of America East Championship mountain

David Vertsberger November 9, 2015
With perhaps the most talented class of seniors facing one last chance at sending SBU to the NCAA Tournament, Steve Pikiell just wants his team to focus on the short-term.
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Walker averaged 7 points and 5.3 rebounds per game in his freshman year at Stony Brook. HEATHER KHALIFA / THE STATESMAN

Ahmad Walker transfers back into SBU basketball program

David Vertsberger April 28, 2015
Junior Ahmad Walker, a year after leaving the Seawolves for Barton Community College, will come back to Stony Brook as a JUCO transfer and be available for next season.
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Scott King came off the bench with four points, including a three pointer, in the America East championship game against Albany on Saturday, March 14, 2015. HEATHER KHALIFA / THE STATESMAN

Scott King and Chris Braley to transfer from SBU basketball program

David Vertsberger March 25, 2015
Sophomore Chris Braley and junior Scott King will be transferring from Stony Brook after signing their release letters.
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Men’s basketball looking to make first trip to March Madness

David Vertsberger March 11, 2015
For the 2nd straight year, Stony Brook men’s basketball finds itself one game away from its 1st NCAA Tournament berth. And for the 2nd straight year, Albany is in the way.
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Jameel Warney posts up against Magnus Richards early in the first half of the America East Quarterfinal game against Binghamton on Wednesday, March 4, 2015. Warney attempted only four shots in the first half, going into halftime with only three points. HEATHER KHALIFA / THE STATESMAN

Warney’s double-double propels Seawolves past Bearcats, 62-57

David Vertsberger March 4, 2015
The season came full circle for Jameel Warney on Wednesday night when he stepped to the line for two crucial late-game free throws. See full gallery and Storify.
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Puriefoy’s big day not enough as Seawolves fall to Providence

Skyler Gilbert December 19, 2014
Carson Puriefoy scored 25 points and knocked down five three-pointers, but it was not enough for the Stony Brook men's basketball team, as the Seawolves lost 79-61 against the Providence Friars.
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Warney works to take his game and his team to new heights. (HEATHER KHALIFA / THE STATESMAN)

Warney works to take his game and his team to new heights

David Vertsberger November 4, 2014
For Jameel Warney, becoming leader of the Seawolves might as well have been a monarchical process, made inevitable at birth.
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Men’s basketball looks to finally secure elusive tournament bid

David Vertsberger November 3, 2014

What do we know so far? The Stony Brook men’s basketball team is playing the best it has since its inception thanks to head coach Steve Pikiell, enjoying a rapid influx of talent in recent seasons....

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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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Chris Braley (23) made his verbal commitment official on Wednesday by signing his NLI. He lead Phillip Exeter to its first-ever NEPSAC Class A championship this season, averaging 15 points and nine rebounds per game. (PHOTO COURTESY OF FACEBOOK)

Men’s Basketball adds G-F Chris Braley to 2013 recruiting class

Adrian Szkolar April 17, 2013

On national signing day Wednesday, Stony Brook officially signed Chris Braley out of Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire to a national letter of intent. Braley, a native of Newport, Maine, verbally...

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Men’s B-ball gets verbal from G/F Chris Braley

Lisa Setyon-Ortenzio February 11, 2013

Chris Braley, a former first-team All-Maine basketball star from Nokomis Regional High School who has spent the two last years at the Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, N.H. has given a verbal commitment...

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