#Seawolves to entertain UMBC on Dads N Daughters Day

Coiro grabbed a career-high six rebounds against UMass Lowell Saturday

Jan. 19, 2014

Live Stats | Video | Audio | Notes | Twitter | #Seawolves | Tickets

Stony Brook, N.Y. - After an 86-63 win over UMass Lowell Saturday, the Stony Brook women's basketball team is back at it Monday for a Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day matinee against UMBC. Opening tip is slated for 2 p.m.


The #Seawolves will host Dads N Daughters Day. All adults who purchase a ticket can receive one free ticket for a child. 

What's Trending

Below are notes in 140 characters or less about the Stony Brook women's basketball team. Follow @SBAthletics and use #Seawolves when talking about Stony Brook Athletics. You can also follow head coach Beth O'Boyle @CoachOBoyle. 

•   Proctor has reached double figures in scoring in 13 straight games. #Sabremetrics #Seawolves
 The #Seawolves are trying to snap a seven-game losing streak against UMBC.
•  The #Seawolves are hosting Dads N Daughters Day today. All adults that buy a ticket receive a free one for a child.

Last Time Out



Junior forward Sabre Proctor reached double figures for the 13th consecutive time with a game-high 20 points as the Stony Brook women's basketball team trumped America East's newest member, UMass Lowell, 86-63, Saturday, Jan. 18 at Pritchard Gymnasium. Senior guard Teasha Harris matched a personal-best 17 points, and sophomores Brittany Snow and Miranda Jenkins added 10 points apiece. The 86 points the Seawolves scored were a season high, and the nine triples they hit were the most for the program since Nov. 8, 2010 (9 vs. Hofstra).  Stony Brook gained control of the game with an early 14-0 run to go in front, 24-14, when Proctor converted a three-point play at 11:37. The Seawolves led, 51-31, at the half and took their largest lead of the game, 82-50, on a layup by Kori Bayne-Walker with 5:54 left in the game.

Scouting the Retrievers

UMBC (2-15, 1-4) enters the contest on a four-game losing streak having most recently suffered a 63-59 setback at Vermont Saturday. The Retrievers rank third in the conference in field goal percentage defense (.382) but are ninth in scoring offense (49.1). Freshman forward Sara Tarbert paces the team with 12.2 points and 7.1 rebounds per game. 

Series History vs. the Retrievers

UMBC has won the last seven meetings and leads the all-time series, 12-10. 

Up Next

Stony Brook heads north to square off with Vermont Thursday at 7 p.m. The game will air live nationally on ESPN3.


The Last Meeting
Stony Brook52
February 20, 2013
Stony Brook, N.Y.
Stellar defense not enough for women's hoops in 52-51 loss to UMBC
Jessica Previlon poured in a career-high 18 points, but the Stony Brook women's basketball team fell to UMBC, 52-51, in front of its largest home crowd of the season Wednesday, Feb. 20 at Pritchard Gymnasium. The game was televised on Optimum Local 118. Photo Gallery