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Latimer during the Stony Brook Mens Basketball home game against Maine on Feb. 22. EMMA HARRIS/THE STATESMAN

Latimer’s clutch three clinches a home playoff game for Stony Brook

Ethan Tam March 1, 2020
The back-and-forth battle between two offensively cold teams culminated in an unsung hero taking the winning shot, with redshirt-junior guard Makale Foreman icing the game with another clutch performance at the line.
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Women's Basketball moves to 18-1 after crushing Albany for 15th straight win

Ross O'Keefe January 23, 2020
Stony Brook (18-1, 6-0) set the tone early on against their rivals with a commanding 10-0 lead just three minutes into the first quarter, a lead the Seawolves did not relinquish for the rest of the matchup.
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Akwasi Yeboah goes for the basket during a game against UMBC on Jan. 31 this year. SERENA TAUSZ/ STATESMAN FILE

Men’s Basketball falls to Vermont, faces Albany in first round of playoffs

Gregory Zarb February 25, 2018
Yeboah tied the game late in the second half after making all three of his free throws after getting fouled on a three-point attempt. Vermont responded with a 15-6 run over the final five minutes to seal Stony Brook's fate.
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Womens Basketball comeback effort stifled on road against Albany

Women’s Basketball comeback effort stifled on road against Albany

Gregory Zarb January 9, 2017
In the final two minutes, Albany went on an 8-2 run to halt the Seawolves' comeback and win Saturday afternoon’s game, 64-54, at SEFCU Arena.
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Junior forward Tyrell Sturdivant drives to the basket against Northeastern Dec. 3 at Island Federal Credit Union Arena. ERIC SCHMID/THE STATESMAN

Post play propels Seawolves in upset win over New Hampshire

Kunal Kohli January 9, 2017
Thursday night’s 59-56 upset win against New Hampshire was not a typical Stony Brook win. Success did not stem from beyond the arc, but rather from inside the paint.
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Seawolves once again come up short of NCAA Tournament after Hooley nails last-second three for Great Danes

Seawolves once again come up short of NCAA Tournament after Hooley nails last-second three for Great Danes

David Vertsberger March 14, 2015
Peter Hooley leapt on top of the media table as Albany fans crowded behind him, scouring the SEFCU Arena hardwood in celebration.
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Men’s basketball looking to make first trip to March Madness

David Vertsberger March 11, 2015
For the 2nd straight year, Stony Brook men’s basketball finds itself one game away from its 1st NCAA Tournament berth. And for the 2nd straight year, Albany is in the way.
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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

Points in the Paint: Roland Nyama becoming a pivotal piece and women’s team hitting its stride

The Statesman February 24, 2015
Little has measured up to the challenge that the Seawolves will most likely face come March: playing and beating Albany on the road in SEFCU Arena in the postseason.
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Ryan Burnett (#33) contesting for the shot in Stony Brooks game against Vermont. BASIL JOHN / THE STATESMAN

Men’s basketball looks forward to two critical matchups

Jesse Borek February 17, 2015
In order to slow the relentless Albany assault, the Seawolves will have to zero in on the dynamic scoring tandem of Mike Rowley and Evan Singletary.
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After Stony brooks loss to Vermont, the Seawolves fought back to retain the ferocious play style. HANAA TAMEEZ / THE STATESMAN

Men’s basketball gets back on track with wins over UMBC and Maine

The Statesman February 17, 2015
After losing two consecutive games, the Stony Brook men’s basketball team looked to its stars to lead the team out of the recent skid and revitalize spirits.
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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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