#Seawolves handle UMass Lowell, 86-63

Proctor shot 75 percent from the field, tied for the sixth-best field goal percentage in Stony Brook single-game history

Jan. 18, 2014

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Stony Brook, N.Y. – Junior forward Sabre Proctor led all scorers with 20 points as the Stony Brook women’s basketball team toppled UMass Lowell, 86-63, Saturday afternoon on Alumni Day at Pritchard Gymnasium. Senior guard Teasha Harris celebrated her 22nd birthday by matching a career-high 17 points.

Sophomore forward Brittany Snow and sophomore guard Miranda Jenkins scored 10 points apiece for Stony Brook (12-5, 3-1 America East).

Jasmine McRoy led UMass Lowell (2-14, 1-4) with 14 points.

Head Coach Beth O’Boyle’s Reaction

“It was nice to see our team put in a full 40 minutes today and play two complete halves. We got great bench production, and it was nice to see Teasha have such a big game.”

Turning Point

UMass Lowell grabbed an early 14-10 lead on a layup by Lindsey Doucette with 14:15 on the clock. Stony Brook began to click on both ends of the floor thereafter, forcing four UMass Lowell turnovers and scoring 14 unanswered points over the next two minutes to go ahead, 24-14, when Proctor converted at three-point play at 11:37.

McRoy ended the spurt with a jumper at the 11:06 mark, but Kim Hanlon came right back with a triple to spark a 10-0 Seawolves run that put them in front by 18, 34-16. Stony Brook led, 51-31, at the break and took its largest advantage of the afternoon, 82-50, on a Kori Bayne-Walker jumper with 5:54 remaining in the second half. 

Inside the Numbers

  • The Seawolves owned a 38-29 lead on the glass and a 13-12 edge in offensive rebounds. They are 11-3 when outrebounding an opponent.
  • Snow and junior guard Jessica Ogunnorin led Stony Brook in rebounding with seven boards apiece.  
  • Senior guard Chikilra Goodman dished out a career-high eight helpers, and Bayne-Walker finished with five assists.
  • Harris posted a personal-best five steals. 
  • Hanlon scored nine points, all on triples.
  • Stony Brook shot a season-high 55.9 percent (33-for-59) from the field and limited UMass Lowell to 39 percent shooting (23-for-59).
  • The Seawolves outscored the River Hawks in the paint, 40-26.

News and Notes

  • Stony Brook is 3-1 in conference play for the first time since 2006-07 when it started 7-1. The Seawolves also improved to 6-1 at home this season.
  • Stony Brook hit nine triples, the most for the program since it recorded nine 3-pointers against Hofstra Nov. 18, 2010.
  • Proctor shot 75 percent (9-for-12) from the floor, which is tied for the sixth-best single-game field goal percentage in Stony Brook history (minimum of 10 attempts). She joins Kelly Watson (12-for-16 vs. UMBC, Feb. 7, 2007), Jessica Smith (12-for-16 at Central Connecticut St., Dec. 15, 2006) and Cortney Ray (9-for-12 at New Haven, Jan. 18, 1999). 
  • Proctor has scored in double figures in 13 consecutive games and has posted 20 or more points seven times this season.
  • The Seawolves’ 86 points were the most they have scored in a single game all season. Their previous high was 83 at Bradley Nov. 15.
  • Sophomore forward Alyssa Coiro's six rebounds were a career high. 
  • This was the first meeting between the two teams at the Division I level.

Up Next

The Seawolves are right back at it Monday, Jan. 20 when they host UMBC at 2 p.m. As part of the Dads N Daughters Day promotion, all adult fans that purchase a ticket can receive a free ticket for a child.