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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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Seawolves bounce back with two road wins after Albany loss

The Statesman January 26, 2015
Stony Brook men's basketball got a pair of road wins after getting embarrassed at home against Albany, improving their America East conference record to 5-2 on the season.
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Seawolves fall in America East championship game rematch after blowout win over Maine

David Vertsberger January 24, 2015
In a tale of two antithetical performances, Stony Brook went on the road and ran Maine out of the gym in an 82-39 blowout before returning home to get trumped by Albany, 64-47.
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Stony Brook mens basketball upsets No. 13 Washington

Stony Brook men’s basketball upsets No. 13 Washington

David Vertsberger December 29, 2014
For all the faults that come with a squad littered with freshmen and absent senior leadership, this team could not have dreamed of a more perfect outcome.
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Points in the Paint: Turnover struggles for men’s team, McCombs’s shortened rotation

David Vertsberger December 8, 2014

Point #1: Turnovers are plaguing the SBU men’s basketball team in the early going As with the squad made up of mostly freshmen, Stony Brook’s made a habit out of shooting themselves in the foot...

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Seawolves pick up third straight win in blowout over LIU-Brooklyn

David Vertsberger November 28, 2014
The Seawolves led from start to finish in a 73-54 rout over LIU-Brooklyn at Madison Square Garden on Thanksgiving day.
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Men’s basketball improves to 3-0 at Island FCU Arena with win over Western Kentucky

Zach Rowe November 27, 2014
The Stony Brook’s men’s basketball team faced a tough test on Tuesday night, as the Seawolves hosted Western Kentucky, a strong team that is one year removed from an NCAA tournament appearance.
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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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Seawolves win first game at new arena in dramatic fashion

David Vertsberger November 18, 2014
It was far from pretty and nearly went the other way multiple times in the final 60 seconds, but Stony Brook escaped with a 57-56 win over Columbia in its debut game at Island FCU Arena.
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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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Slovakian big-man Jakub Petras is the newest Seawolf

David Vertsberger August 25, 2014
Stony Brook has made a last ditch effort to bolster their roster come the 2014-15 college basketball season by signing overseas recruit Jakub Petras, as confirmed by the athletics department.
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