Women's hoops topples Binghamton, 56-34

Goodman tallied a game-high 16 points on 7-for-9 shooting.

Jan. 9, 2013

Box Score

Stony Brook - Chikilra Goodman led all scorers with 16 points, while Jessica Previlon and Brittany Snow added 10 apiece as the Stony Brook women's basketball team toppled Binghamton, 56-34, Wednesday night at Pritchard Gymnasium. Previlon also pulled down a game-best 10 boards, as Stony Brook moved to 10-6 overall and 2-1 in the America East with the win that was televised locally on Optimum Channel 118.

Kim Albrecht paced Binghamton (2-14, 1-2 AE) with 14 points.

Goodman was named the America East Player of the Game.

Coach's Reaction

"It was a great team effort from start to finish. I thought the defense was able to set the tone early, and I was excited about the contributions we received from multiple players."

--Head Coach Beth O'Boyle

Turning Point

Albrecht hit a three pointer to bring Binghamton to within one, 11-10, with 11:44 remaining in the first half. The Seawolves responded with a 14-0 run over the next six minutes and 45 seconds, beginning with a Snow jumper at the 11:26 mark, to take a commanding lead, 25-11, they would never relinquish.

The Numbers Game

  • The Seawolves held Binghamton to 21.8 percent shooting (12-for-55) for the game, and 21.7 percent (5-for-23) in the first half.
  • SBU shot just four free throws, but made three of them. Binghamton shot 63.6 percent from the line (7-for-11).
  • Stony Brook won the battle of the boards, 44-39, to move to 9-1 this season when outrebounding an opponent.

News and Notes

  • Goodman recorded double-digits in scoring for the second consecutive game. The junior guard posted 18 points in a road win against New Hampshire on Saturday.
  • By defeating the Bearcats by 22 points, the Seawolves fell just shy of their largest margin of victory for this season. SBU routed NJIT by 25 points, 59-34, on Nov. 25.
  • Dani Klupenger hit a three-pointer to bring her career total to 87. If the senior hits 13 more trifectas, she will become just the fifth Seawolf to make 100 shots from behind the arc in her career.   
  • Previlon recorded her fifth double-double of the season.



News and Notes

Stony Brook hits the road for a conference game against Hartford on Saturday, Jan. 12 at 2 p.m.