Stony Brook will give away rally towels from Stony Brook Orthopedic
Scognamiglio posts fifth straight double-digit scoring efforts
Seawolves have won five of their last six games
Proctor posts double-double
Jamba Juice and Energy Fitness to give away free smoothies and cinch bags
Career Highs (at Stony Brook)
2014-15: Scored seven points in Stony Brook debut vs. Saint Peter's (11/15)...poured in 15 points vs. Bradley (11/24)...scored 10 points vs. Norfolk State (12/29)...scored 11 points vs. New Hampshire (1/3)...nailed three 3-pointers and finished with nine points vs. Vermont (1/7)...hit four triples and finished with 13 points vs. Maine (1/17)...nailed five trifectas and finished with a team-high 19 points at Albany (1/19)...scored 13 points at UMass Lowell (1/22)...tallied eight points vs. Binghamton (1/25)...finished with 10 points vs. Hartford (1/29)...made first start of career and scored a team-high 15 points at New Hampshire (2/1)...went 4-for-5 from long-range and finished with 15 points at Vermont (2/4)...scored 13 points vs. UMBC (2/11)...led the Seawolves with 14 points at Maine (2/15)...tallied 10 points and four steals vs. UMass Lowell (2/18).
High School: Five-year letterwinner in girl's basketball at Pearl River High School, where she graduated as the all-time leading scorer...captained the team as a junior and senior...named Class A N.Y. State Player of the Year in 2012...three-time Rockland County Player of the Year...selected all-league and all-section four times...tabbed all-state three times...averaged 16.7 points per game and nearly two 3-point field goals per contest as a senior...played summer ball for the Running Rebels...National Honor Society member.
Personal: Majoring in business...daughter of Joe and Allyson Scognamiglio...sister of Patrick, Marissa and Lauren Scognamiglio...also likes watching football.