Stony Brook finishes 2012-13 season with program-best 25-8 record.
Seawolves look to move one step closer to Madison Square Garden and the NIT Final Four.
Seawolves advance to play Iowa in the second round Friday on ESPNU.
Seawolves seek their first-ever national postseason tournament victory.
Seawolves earn their third postseason bid in the last four seasons and will play Minutemen on ESPN3.
2012-13: Appeared in 22 games...Tallied 11 points in a road victory at. Binghamton (Jan. 9).
2011-12: Appeared in all 32 games, making eight starts...averaged 3.5 points and 1.0 assists...posted 10 points and three rebounds at Sacred Heart (Nov. 15)...scored 13 points and had five rebounds and five assists vs. Northwestern (Nov. 25)...scored eight points in a win over Rider (Dec. 30)...scored nine points and dished out four assists in a win at Albany (Feb. 4)...connected on a trifecta of three-pointers in a win at Northeastern (Feb. 18).
2010-11:Appeared in 26 games, making 13 starts...came on strong at the end of the season, once he cracked the lineup...averaged 6.9 PPG during the season, but had 10.0 PPG in conference play...finished second on the team in three-pointers (38) and was second in America East in three-point field goal percentage (.452)...scored a then career-high seven points at Columbia (Dec. 4)...scored a career-high 22 points on 8-of-11 shooting and grabbed a career-high seven rebounds at Maine (Jan. 22)...had a game-high 15 points on 6-of-12 shooting in a 69-35 win over Hartford (Jan. 29)...scored 16 points, including six in overtime, to help the Seawolves to a 71-69 win over Maine (Feb. 12) in front of a sold-out Stony Brook Arena crowd...had a team-high 18 points at Albany (Feb. 14)...hit the game-tying three-pointer to send the game into overtime as part of a 14-point night to lift Stony Brook to a 79-73 win at Hartford (Feb. 23)...scored 11 points and made three three-pointers vs. Albany in the America East Championship quarterfinals (March 5)...hit a career-high six three-pointers as part of a game-high 20-point night to lift Stony Brook to a 69-47 win over Vermont in the America East Championship semifinals (March 6)...had a team-high 14 points in the America East final at Boston University (March 12)...named to the America East Championship All-Tournament team.
2009-10: Appeared in 13 games off the bench ... hit a three-pointer in win over Mount Saint Mary (11/16) for first collegiate points ... had five points in season-high 14 minutes at Maine (1/16).
High School: Played four seasons of varsity basketball at Lawrenceville Prep in Lawrenceville, N.J. for head coach Ron Kane ... was a three-year starter ... a 2009 All-MAPL, Trentonian All-Prep and Trenton Times All-Prep first team pick ... a 2009 Trenton Times and Trentonian All-Area second team selection ... averaged 17.5 points per game ... eclipsed the 1,000 point barrier as a senior ... voted Best Male Athlete at Lawrenceville as a senior ... a 2009 McDonald's All-American nominee ... earned a combined 12 varsity letters in basketball, track and soccer at Lawrenceville, the school's first athlete in 26 years to accomplish that feat ... ranked the 21st best player in New Jersey by NJ Hoops.com ... a captain in soccer, baseball and track as a senior ... a 2008 all-state selection in soccer ... a two-time state champion in the 400 meters (2008, 2009) ... state champion in the 200 meters in 2008.
Paw Prints: Leonard Hayes III ... son of Leonard Hayes Jr. and Lateefah Hayes ... born Sept. 3, 1990 ... has two brothers- Lamar (17) and Lewis (14) ... mother played college basketball at St. Peter's ... father played college basketball at Northern Illinois and St. Peter's ... averaged 12.1 points per game in 67 games for the Peacocks (1983-85) ... Person I look up to most: My father ... The best thing about me: My funny personality ... Most impressive person I've ever met is: Charles Barkley ... My favorite sports hero is: Deron Williams.