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Chris Hamilton batting during baseball practice. ETHAN TAM/THE STATESMAN

Chris Hamilton determined to end Stony Brook career on top

Ethan Tam February 18, 2020
The 6-foot-2 lefty from Rotterdam, New York broke out in 2019. As a freshman, he batted .233 and hit one home run in 60 at-bats. Sophomore year showed slight improvements, with a .263 average and six homers while starting in 54 games. However, it was as a junior when Hamilton began to bloom into full form.
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Christa Scognamiglio: Amid tragedy, basketball serves as constancy

Christa Scognamiglio: Amid tragedy, basketball serves as constancy

Chris Peraino November 7, 2016
Christa knew that championship game would be her last for Pearl River. What she didn’t know was that it would also prove to be the last time Thomas watched her take the court.
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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 receives AP All-American honorable mention

Joe Galotti March 31, 2014
On Monday the Associated Press announced their All-America team selections, and Stony Brook’s Jameel Warney was one of the players chosen to receive an honorable mention. The sophomore forward led the America East conference in field goal percentage this season, and also helped his team reach the America East championship game.
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