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Stony Brook alumni finding success playing overseas

Chris Peraino November 4, 2014
Becoming a professional athlete is every little kid’s dream. And while no Seawolves have made it to the NBA at this point, that dream has still become a reality for many of them overseas.
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Hoopla: Seven former Seawolves playing basketball overseas this year

Mike Daniello November 5, 2013

  Bryan Dougher Bryan Dougher left Stony Brook as its leading scorer with 1609 points, and now finds himself playing in Australia. He is part of the Ringwood Hawks' starting five, as...

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Men’s hoops falls to Seton Hall in first round of NIT

Amy Streifer March 19, 2012
Trailing by two points, the Seawolves had the last shot at the basket in Tuesday's NIT first-round game at Seton Hall. Senior Bryan Dougher scrambled and threw a desperation three.
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Seawolves men’s hoops can’t catch Seton Hall, exits NIT in first round

Amy Streifer March 13, 2012
Despite a rough start on Tuesday night, the Seawolves managed to come back and trailed by only two points after halftime. It may have been the few but rowdy Stony Brook fans, or the marching band’s support, but something lit a fire under the Seawolves players as they started to drain shots from all angles of the court. Dallis Joyner led the Seawolves in points during the game with 14 points and Dougher—the Stony Brook Division-I career points leader—finished with 12.
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Preview: Men’s basketball vs. Seton Hall National Invitation Tournament Round One

David O'Connor March 13, 2012
The Stony Brook University men's basketball team is going to play its second National Invitation Tournament (NIT) matchup on Tuesday evening against the Seton Hall University Pirates. The Seawolves earned the right to play in this game as a result of their America East regular season championship.
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Basketball program still grows on and off court

Adrian Szkolar March 12, 2012
For a program with the singular goal of making the school's first NCAA tournament appearance this season, the Stony Brook men's basketball team's 51-43 loss to the University of Vermont in the America East Championship game was a huge disappointment.
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Vermont knocks off Stony Brook for America East Championship

David O'Connor March 10, 2012
The Stony Brook men's basketball team dropped the final game of the America East Men's Basketball Championship to the University of Vermont Catamounts, 51-43, missing a chance to go to the NCAA tournament for the second year in a row.
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Brenton, Pikiell highlight men’s basketball award winners

Syed Hashmi March 5, 2012
After a dominating regular season, the Stony Brook men’s basketball team was well represented at the America East award ceremony this past weekend in Hartford, Conn. Seniors Bryan Dougher and Dallis Joyner, junior Tommy Brenton and head coach Steve Pikiell all walked away with conference honors for their parts in Stony Brook’s 21-win regular season.
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Men’s basketball with another chance at history

Sam Kilb March 5, 2012
And on Saturday, the Seawolves men’s basketball team will host the No. 2 Vermont Catamounts in the America East championship game, with the conference championship and the resulting NCAA tournament bid on the line. But first, the Seawolves have to get past the Catamounts, which could prove difficult in itself.
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Second chance for the dance

David O'Connor March 5, 2012
The Seawolves fans erupted, and the players rushed off the bench to surround senior Dallis Joyner.
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