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Lacking a superstar, Women’s Basketball relies on chemistry

Skyler Gilbert November 9, 2015
With the graduation of two-time All-America East honoree Sabre Proctor last spring, the SBU Women’s Basketball team is turning over a new leaf heading into the 2015-16 season.
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Christa Scognamiglio (above) scored 16 points and made 9 rebounds in the Seawolves first and only game in the WBI against Siena. BASIL JOHN / THE STATESMAN

Scognamiglio’s big night not enough to save Seawolves from elimination in opening round of WBI

Cameron Boon March 23, 2015
Christa Scognamiglio broke onto the Stony Brook women’s basketball scene as the calendar flipped to 2015, but she was not able to save the Seawolves’ season last Thursday night.
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Sabre Proctor (above) is usually a major asset to the Womens offense. However, due to a knee injury, she was out of commission and could not contribute to the quarter final game. BASIL JOHN / THE STATESMAN

Women’s basketball suffers disappointing finish, after successful regular season

Andrew Eichenholz March 9, 2015
After the Stony Brook women’s basketball team went all the way from four to 14 to 24 wins in only three seasons, there was unlimited room for optimism.
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Sabre Proctor averaged 14.8 points per game in her final season at Stony Brook. HANAA TAMEEZ / THE STATESMAN

Proctor and Ogunnorin earn conference awards in senior seasons

Mike Daniello March 9, 2015
Senior Sabre Proctor was selected to the America East first team for the second consecutive season, as the Seawolves received six conference awards.
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Women’s basketball rallies late, but is unable to avoid upset loss to UMBC

Andrew Eichenholz March 8, 2015
UMBC had never lost at the Events Center on Binghamton’s campus in the America East Tournament, holding a perfect 3-0 record.
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Sabre Proctor keeps up on both the offensive and defensive sides of the pain. HANAA TAMEEZ / THE STATESMAN

Women’s basketball locks up third seed

The Statesman March 2, 2015
After sliding past Albany, the Stony Brook Seawolves locked up the third seed in the America East tournament.
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Womens basketball heats up ahead of America East Tournament

Women’s basketball heats up ahead of America East Tournament

Andrew Eichenholz February 22, 2015
It was senior Sabre Proctor who helped catapult the Stony Brook’s women’s basketball team on a second-half surge to beat Albany, 68-64
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The womens basketball team, despite their efforts, were unable to make a steady claim on the game. BASIL JOHN / THE STATESMAN

Women’s basketball looks to bounce back from loss to Maine

Dylan Moore February 16, 2015
The Stony Brook women's basketball team will look to rebound from their loss to Maine with two home games this week against UMass-Lowell and Albany.
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Carson Puriefoy (#10) and many other players on the Stony Brook roster have been trying to contribute behind the arc. HANAA TAMEEZ/ THE STATESMAN

Points in the Paint: Why three’s must fall for men’s team to win, and Christa Scognamiglio’s emergence

The Statesman February 16, 2015
On Saturday, the Stony Brook men’s basketball team defeated Maine in dominant fashion.
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Bayne-Walker and Proctor lead Seawolves to win over Catamounts

Drew Ciampa February 10, 2015
Stony Brook continued its recent domination over Vermont, as the Seawolves have compiled five victories in the last six games against their conference foe.
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Points in the Paint: Men’s team struggling against Catamounts, and how Ogunnorin can be difference maker for the women’s team

The Statesman February 9, 2015

By David Vertsberger and Andrew Eichenholz Point #1: The Stony Brook men’s basketball team needs to figure out how to beat Vermont. The Seawolves are now 0-2 against Vermont on the season after...

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Points in the Paint: Four things you missed over winter break

The Statesman January 27, 2015
In what could be considered the biggest win in program history, Stony Brook upstaged the Washington Huskies in Seattle, 62-57, just before the calendar flipped to 2015.
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