#Seawolves vie for fifth consecutive win at Maine Sunday

Proctor ranks ninth on Stony Brook's double-digits scoring ledger with 32 career games in double figures
 
Proctor ranks ninth on Stony Brook's double-digits scoring ledger with 32 career games in double figures
 
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Jan. 25, 2014

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Bangor, Mane – The Stony Brook women’s basketball team will shoot for its fifth consecutive win when it visits Maine Sunday at noon. A victory would match last season’s America East win total (6).

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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 15 straight games and is 2nd in #AEHoops in scoring (16.1 PPG). #Sabremetrics #Seawolves
 The #Seawolves are looking to match last year’s #AEHoops win total (6).
•  The #Seawolves are coming off a resounding 83-49 #AEHoops win at UVM Thurs. 

Last Time Out

Stony Brook (14-5, 5-1 America East) held Vermont to without a field goal in the final 13:37 of play and placed four Seawolves in double figures in an 83-49 road win Thursday night on ESPN3. With the victory, the Seawolves matched their 2012-13 win total and best start to conference action since 2006-07. Sophomore forward Brittany Snow led the balanced attack with a game-high 17 points, and senior guard Chikilra Goodman added 15 points. Junior forward Sabre Proctor and sophomore guard Miranda Jenkins each tallied 10 points. Proctor contributed in multiple ways, chipping in six boards, a personal-best four helpers and a game-high three steals. Stony Brook outrebounded Vermont, 40-22, with Snow and Goodman leading the contest with seven boards apiece. Vermont was within nine, 49-40, when Kylie Butler nailed a jumper. Stony Brook utterly dominated thereafter, closing the game on an incredible 34-9 run.

Seawolves on the Rise

The Seawolves have already matched last season’s win total (14). They posted school records of nine wins and a .692 winning percentage in regular-season non-conference play. Stony Brook is currently on a four-game winning streak, which is tied for a season-long and its best stretch since rattling off seven consecutive wins in 2006-07.   

Scouting the Black Bears

Maine (10-9, 4-1) enters the matchup winners of four of its last five games having most recently claimed a 75-66 win at UMass Lowell Thursday. Three Black Bears are averaging double figures in scoring, with Ashleigh Roberts leading the way at 14.1 points per game. Liz Wood is second at 11.6 points per game, and Cherish Wallace is third at 10.3 points per game.

Series History vs. the Black Bears

The two teams split the season series last year, with each team winning at home. Stony Brook holds a 15-13 lead all-time.

Up Next

The Seawolves return home to clash with first-place Albany on Wolfie Bobblehead Night Thursday at 7 p.m.