Sophomore plays hero in road win for Stony Brook
Proctor leads Stony Brook in scoring for fourth time in five games
Stony Brook begins Island FCU Arena and Caroline McCombs eras on a high note
Stony Brook will play inaugural season at Island FCU Arena under first-year head coach Caroline McCombs
Stony Brook hoops stars to make special appearances as season draws near
Points: 11 (2x, last at St. Peter's, 12/4/13)
2013-14: Saw action in 32 games and made two starts...matched a career-high with six rebounds and also chipped in four points at Navy (11/10)...tallied five points and three rebounds vs. Morgan State (11/25)...went 3-for-3 from long range and scored a career high 11 points at St. Peter's (12/4)...tallied five points and four rebounds vs. Monmouth (12/21)...had five points vs. Wagner (12/22)...finished with eight points at Seton Hall (12/31)...earned her first start of the season and matched a career-high 30 minutes at Columbia (1/5)...scored nine points off the bench vs. UMass Lowell (1/18)..drained a triple and finished with a game-high three steals at Maine (1/26).
2012-13: Saw action in 24 games, making four starts...scored 11 points and grabbed six rebounds in her collegiate debut against Rider on Nov. 9...netted six points at Youngstown State on Nov. 30...knocked down a 3-pointer at Maine on Jan. 26...made a career-best three steals against Albany on Jan. 30...tallied her first career block in a win over UNH on Feb. 2.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at White Plains High School for head coach Sue Adams...also earned two letters in soccer...named All-League all four years, All-State and League MVP as a senior and All-Section from 2010-12...averaged 20 pts, 7 assists, 7 rebounds and 3 steals as a senior...scholar-athlete all four years.
Personal: Kimberly Eileen Hanlon...born June 22, 1994 in White Plains, N.Y...daughter of James and Eileen Hanlon...brother, Shawn, played lacrosse at Quinnipiac University.
Hanlon Fun Facts: Favorite movie: Planet of the Apes...Favorite non-sports hero: Oprah Winfrey...Person in history I'd most like to meet: John Lennon...Most impressive person I've ever met: Scott Brooks, current head coach of the Oklahoma City Thunder...If I were head coach for a day, I would: Scrimmage against the men's team.