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Womens Basketball Senior Day spoiled by Maine

Women’s Basketball Senior Day spoiled by Maine

Skyler Gilbert February 23, 2016
Stony Brook Women’s Basketball celebrated the careers of its four seniors on Saturday afternoon, but it was a junior from Maine that stole the show.
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Womens basketball seniors look forward to upcoming season

Women’s basketball seniors look forward to upcoming season

Krysten Massa November 12, 2015
The Statesman caught up with the seniors of the Stony Brook Women's Basketball team to talk about how they are preparing for the team's upcoming season.
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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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Jenkins overcomes tragedy in basketball career

Chris Gaine November 9, 2015
Redshirt senior guard Miranda Jenkins is the most experienced player on the Stony Brook Women’s Basketball team. But getting to this point has been far from a smooth ride.
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McCombs settles in as Womens Basketball coach

McCombs settles in as Women’s Basketball coach

Andrew Eichenholz November 5, 2015
Stony Brook Women's Basketball team coach Caroline McCombs doesn't just care just about winning. She genuinely cares about her players, and everyone can see it.
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Women’s basketball unable to complete late game comebacks against Maine and Albany

Joe Galotti January 24, 2015
The Stony Brook women’s basketball team showed plenty of fight in their recent conference matchups against Maine and Albany, but ultimately failed to come away with a victory in either game.
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Bayne-Walker’s buzzer beater helps Seawolves end losing streak

Joe Galotti December 19, 2014
The Stony Brook women’s basketball team entered its matchup against Morgan State on Saturday with the task of putting an end to a four-game losing streak, and doing so without its leading scorer.
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Women’s basketball falls on the road to St. Francis (NY) and Iowa State

The Statesman December 14, 2014

  by Brandon Bennett and Kunal Kohli The Stony Brook women’s basketball team picked up another two losses in the midst of their five-game road trip, falling to St. Francis (NY) 57-55...

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Miranda Jenkins leads the way in SBU’s win over Columbia

Andrew Eichenholz November 24, 2014
257 days after injuring her right patella tendon, Miranda Jenkins was back to herself in only the third game of the Stony Brook women’s basketball season.
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Points in the Paint: Men’s team dominating the boards, Proctor coming out of the gate hot

David Vertsberger November 24, 2014
Despite the loss of Eric McAlister and the allocation of only role player minutes for seven-foot freshman Jakub Petras, Stony Brook has out-rebounded all four of its opponents this season.
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Women’s basketball uses stout defense to top Peacocks on opening night

Andrew Eichenholz November 18, 2014
For a moment, it was déjà vu all over again. The Seawolves fans in attendance had nothing to worry about, however, as missed free throws once again led to a win.
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The performance of junior Brittany Snow has been one of the biggest reasons for her her teams strong play of late. BASIL JOHN / THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook Women eliminated by Albany 70-46

Andrew Eichenholz March 10, 2014
The Stony Brook’s Women’s Basketball team entered Monday night’s game against the Albany Great Danes with a chance at history. The Seawolves had an opportunity to obtain the first NCAA tournament bid for either basketball program, but fell in the America East Championship game 70-46.
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