Goodman records double-double in #Seawolves' loss at Seton Hall

Goodman notched her second double-double of the season at Seton Hall

Dec. 31, 2013

Final Stats

South Orange, N.J. - Playing in her home state, sophomore forward and Shamong, N.J., native Brittany Snow poured in 16 points and grabbed seven rebounds, but the Stony Brook women's basketball team fell to Seton Hall, 80-65, Tuesday afternoon at Walsh Gym. Senior guard Chikilra Goodman finished with 16 points and a game-high 13 boards for her second double-double of the season.

Junior forward Sabre Proctor recorded 13 points and eight rebounds, while sophomore guards Miranda Jenkins and Kim Hanlon added eight points apiece for Stony Brook (8-4).

The loss ends the Seawolves’ four-game winning streak, their longest since rattling off seven consecutive wins in 2006-07. 

Alexis Brown led all scorers with 18 points for Seton Hall (9-3).

Head Coach Beth O'Boyle's Reaction

"I'm proud of the way we battled against a tough, athletic Seton Hall team. I look forward to getting back in the gym and preparing for Columbia."

Turning Point

Stony Brook trailed by 10, 19-9, after Brown scored a layup at 10:37, but Teasha Harris dished to Jessica Ogunnorin for a long jumper 17 ticks later to cut the deficit to single digits, 19-11. A Sidney Cook offensive foul gave the Seawolves the ball back, and Snow hit a jump shot to get Stony Brook to within six, 19-13, with 9:45 on the clock.

Janee Johnson came right back with a layup, and Brown took the ball from Goodman and drove inside for another hoop to spark a 10-2 Pirates' run that gave them a 29-15 lead with 7:49 left in the first half.



Stony Brook hung tough and trimmed the gap to 11, 44-33, at the break but could put together a large enough run to make a second-half comeback.

Inside the Numbers

  • Stony Brook continued to dominate the glass, out-rebounding Seton Hall, 41-32, and holding a 19-12 advantage in offensive boards. The Seawolves have led all but one of their first 12 opponents on the offensive glass.
  • SB committed 23 turnovers compared to 16 for Seton Hall.
  • The Seawolves shot 42.4 percent (25-for-59) from the field.

News and Notes

  • Proctor has reached double figures in scoring in eight consecutive games.
  • Goodman's 13 boards were a season high. 
  • Freshman guard Kori Bayne-Walker earned the first start of her career.
  • This marked the Seawolves' first loss in the month of December. They had previously been 4-0.
  • Stony Brook fell to 0-2 all-time against Seton Hall drop to 0-2 all-time against Seton Hall and 4-3 on the road.

Up Next

The Seawolves wrap up non-conference action at Columbia Sunday, Jan. 5 at 2 p.m.