Stony Brook can secure the third seed for the America East Championship with a win
Seawolves snap Albany's 30-game conference road winning streak
Stony Brook will give away Harvest Power Solar cups; honor past and present student-athletes in home finale
Three Seawolves score in double digits
Stony Brook will give away rally towels from Stony Brook Orthopedic
Points:30 (at Bradley, 11/13/13)
2014-15: Became first Stony Brook women's basketball player to score a basket at Island Federal Credit Union Arena vs. Saint Peter's (11/15)...scored five points and grabbed eight rebounds vs. Saint Peter's...tallied 11 points at Army (11/18)...scored 16 points and dished three assists vs. Columbia (11/21)...tallied 13 points and grabbed nine boards vs. Bradley (11/24)...led Seawolves with nine rebounds at Duke (11/28)...tallied 13 points and seven rebounds at Iona (11/30)...finished with six points and a game-high nine rebounds at St. Francis-Brooklyn (12/3)...scored 12 points and played 40 minutes at Iowa State (12/7)...tallied 11 points and 11 rebounds for first double-double of the season at Morgan State (12/13)...scored 16 points, including the game-winning layup with 4.1 seconds left, vs. Lafayette (12/19)...tallied 13 points and nine boards at Wagner (12/21)...scored nine of her 11 points in the second half vs. Norfolk State (12/29)...tallied game high of 16 points vs. New Hampshire (1/3)...scored nine points and grabbed nine rebounds vs. Vermont (1/7)...tallied 16 points and nine rebounds at UMBC (1/14)...finished with 12 points vs. Maine (1/17)...scored 17 points and grabbed nine boards at UMass Lowell (1/22)...scored 12 points and grabbed five rebounds at New Hampshire (2/1)...led all scorers with 19 points vs. UMass Lowell (2/18)...tallied 17 points and pulled down a team-high seven boards vs. Albany (2/22).
2012-13: Named to the America East All-Rookie team...saw action in all 30 games, making 26 starts...averaged 6.8 points and 3.7 rebounds per game...scored eight points in her collegiate debut against Rider on Nov. 9...scored 12 points and pulled down four rebounds against Morgan St. on Nov. 18...named the America East Rookie of the Week on Nov. 19...netted 12 points at Robert Morris on Nov. 28...tallied 10 points and grabbed five boards in win over Binghamton on Jan. 9...netted six points and registered five rebounds at Hartford on Jan. 12...tallied a career-high 16 points in victory against Binghamton on Jan. 19...grabbed seven rebounds at UMBC on Jan. 23...posted seven points and five rebounds against Albany...posted seven points and two steals to help SBU beat UNH on Feb. 2...notched six points against BU on Feb. 6...grabbed three offensive rebounds against Hartford on Feb. 10...registered 11 points to help SBU beat Binghamton on Feb. 13...tallied 10 points and seven rebounds at Vermont on Feb. 16...posted four rebounds and scored six points at Albany on March 2...poured in a game-high 15 points, went 7-for-8 from the free throw line and grabbed seven rebounds in America East Quarterfinals vs. UNH on March 8.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Seneca High School...also lettered in soccer (2009-10) and track (2010)...named Philadelphia Inquirer South Jersey Player of the Year 2012...named Courier Post South Jersey Player of the Year 2012...named Burlington County Times Player of the Year 2012...named Al Carino Girls' Basketball Club of New Jersey Player of the Year 2012... named Star-Ledger All-State third team in 2012...scored 1,401 points in her high school career and is the program's all-time leading scorer.
Personal: Brittany Snow...born December 22, 1993 in Mount Holly, N.J...daughter of Richard and Donna Snow...mother played basketball (1978-80) and softball (1983) at Drexel.
Snow Fun Facts: Favorite hobby: Baking sweets...Favorite movie: Happy Gilmore...Favorite talk show: Ellen...Favorite actress: Brittany Snow...Profession I admire most: Members of the military...Person in history I'd most like to meet: Abraham Lincoln.