Stony Brook topped at Navy

Chikilra Goodman had eight points for Stony Brook

Nov. 10, 2013

Final Stats

Annapolis, Md. - Despite 11 points and eight rebounds from Sabre Proctor, the Stony Brook women's basketball team fell to Navy, 72-54, Sunday afternoon at Alumni Gym. 

Senior Chikilra Goodman recorded eight points and five rebounds, while freshman Elizabeth Manner put in nine points for Stony Brook (1-1).

Chloe Stapleton posted a game-high 14 points to lead three players in double-figures for Navy (2-0).

Head Coach Beth O'Boyle's Reaction

"I thought we battled back in the second half and played more consistently. A lot of our players gained experience, which will hopefully help us as the season continues."

Turning Point

The experienced Mids, who return all five starters from last year's NCAA Tournament team, came out firing and overwhelmed the young, up-and-coming #Seawolves early on. Navy held Stony Brook to without a field goal until Proctor broke through with a layup on a feed from Goodman at the 8:04 mark of the first half to cut the deficit to 14, 27-13. The Seawolves outscored Navy, 30-25, in the second stanza but it was not enough for a road win.  

The Numbers Game

  • Kim Hanlon finished with four points and six rebounds, while Brittany Snow pulled down five boards.
  • Each team had 44 rebounds, with the Seawolves leading on the offensive glass, 14-11, for the second consecutive game.
  • Manner shot an efficient 50-percent (3-for-6) from the field and 75-percent (3-for-4) at the line in just the second contest of her collegiate career.
  • The Seawolves' defense held Navy to 36.8-percent shooting (21-for-57) but shot 31.6-percent (18-for-57) themselves.



News and Notes

  • Freshman Kori Bayne-Walker scored her first collegiate point on a free throw and finished with six points.
  • Freshman Jasmine Bailey entered the game off the bench for her first minutes as a Seawolf. She grabbed two boards.
  • Stony Brook fell to 3-1 all-time against Navy.

Up Next

The Seawolves head to Illinois to face Bradley Friday, Nov. 17 at 10:30 p.m.