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The Seawolves suffered a heartbreaking defeat against Albany in the America East Championship game and again in the College Basketball Invitational matchup with Mercer. Both losses came as the result of last-second shots. HEATHER KHALIFA / THE STATESMAN

Nwamu’s last-second shot ends Seawolves season in first round of CBI

David Vertsberger March 19, 2015
Stony Brook dealt with a serious case of déjà vu in its first-round CBI matchup with Mercer, falling at the hands of Ike Nwamu’s game-winner with 1.2 seconds to go.
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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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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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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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The Seawolves lose athleticism for the 2014-2015 season with Ahmad Walkers departure. (HEATHER KHALIFA/THE STATESMAN)

Walker’s sudden transfer leaves big hole in SBU lineup

David Vertsberger July 19, 2014
Departing seniors are always a huge blow to teams, especially so when three starters are among those to graduate.
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