#Seawolves look to bounce back Wednesday at Binghamton
Jan. 14, 2014
Vestal, N.Y. - The Stony Brook women's basketball team will look to rebound from a hard-fought defeat at New Hampshire when it travels to Binghamton Wednesday, Jan. 15 at 7 p.m.
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Proctor has reached double figures in scoring in 11 consecutive games. #Sabremetrics #Seawolves
Last Time Out
Stony Brook (10-5, 1-1 America East) rallied from a double-digit halftime deficit for the second consecutive game but this time fell, 71-68, in overtime Saturday, Jan. 11 at New Hampshire. Junior forward Sabre Proctor reached double figures in scoring for the 11th consecutive time and matched a career-high 25 points. Sophomore forward Brittany Snow poured in 15 points, while senior guard Chikilra Goodman tallied 13 points. Goodman played a personal-best 40 minutes and tied a career high with 16 rebounds. Stony Brook trailed, 39-24, at halftime but evened the score at 59-59 on a Goodman layup with 3:51 to play. Goodman later tied the game at 63-all when she drove inside for a bucket with 21 seconds on the clock to force an extra session. Proctor scored the first points of overtime, but UNH's Kelsey Hogan tallied back-to-back buckets to put the Wildcats ahead for good.
Scouting the Bearcats
Binghamton (4-12, 1-2) most recently suffered a 64-51 loss to Maine to fall to 0-5 at home in 2013-14. Sherae Swinson paces the team in both scoring and rebounding at 11.1 points and 5.4 rebounds per game. Vaneeshia Paulk is second in scoring at 8.5 points per game, while Julia Barac and Kandace Newry are both averaging 5.1 rebounds a contest.
Series History vs. the Bearcats
Binghamton leads the all-time series, 20-14, but Stony Brook took both meetings last season.
Junior forward Sabre Proctor is second in the league in scoring at 15.8 points per game and has scored 20 or more points six times. She has reached double figures in scoring in 11 consecutive games and in all but two of the Seawolves' first 15 contests. The Harrisburg, Pa., product matched a career-high 25 points at New Hampshire and tied a school record for single-game free throw percentage by going 10-for-10 from the line against Morgan State.
The Seawolves begin a two-game homestand against UMass Lowell Saturday at 4 p.m. The game is part of a separate-admission doubleheader with the men. For tickets, call (631) 632-WOLF or head on over to www.goseawolves.org/tickets.