#Seawolves can make history in fun-filled Pritchard finale on ESPN3
Feb. 25, 2014
Stony Brook, N.Y. - Stony Brook has a chance to make history in its final regular-season game at Pritchard Gymnasium against Vermont Wednesday at noon. A win would be the #Seawolves' Division I-record 21st of the season, breaking a mark set in 2005-06. The team will also honor its three seniors, Chikilra Goodman, Teasha Harris and Natalie Myers, in a pregame ceremony. The game will air live nationally on ESPN3.
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Last Time Out
Junior forward Sabre Proctor lit up the scoreboard with a career-high 26 points as Stony Brook (20-7, 11-3 America East) took down Maine, 73-65, Saturday at Pritchard Gymnasium. Junior guard Jessica Ogunnorin chipped in 11 points and 10 rebounds for her second double-double in three games and fifth of the season. Sophomore guard Miranda Jenkins added 10 points. Stony Brook led by as many as 16 points in the first half, but Maine rallied to take the lead midway through the second half. Sigi Koizar put in a 3-pointer to give Maine a 55-54 advantage with 9:16 left, the last field goal the Black Bears would hit until the closing minute. A Proctor three-point play put the Seawolves ahead for good, 58-59, at the 6:47 mark.
Scouting the Catamounts
Vermont (7-20, 4-10) snapped a six-game losing streak with a 74-48 win over Binghamton Saturday. Kayla Burchill paces the Catamounts in scoring at 11.5 points per game, and Kylie Butler is the team's leading rebounder at 6.1 boards per game.
Series History vs. the Catamounts
Stony Brook won the last meeting, 83-49, at Patrick Gym Jan. 23. Vermont leads the all-time series, 16-10.
Seawolves on the Rise
The Seawolves notched their best record through 20 games in Division I program history (15-5) and have passed their win total from last year's 14-win turnaround campaign. They posted school records of nine wins and a .692 winning percentage in regular-season non-conference play. Stony Brook's 20 wins are tied for the most in the school's Division I history with the 2005-06 team.
Junior forward Sabre Proctor collected her second Co-Player of the Week honor after a pair of 20-plus point efforts.
Stony Brook 2013-14 America East Weekly Accolades
Co-Player of the Week....................Sabre Proctor (2/24/14)
Stony Brook closes out the regular season at first-place Albany Saturday on ESPN3.