Snow had a career-high 30 points on Wednesday during the Seawolves victory against Bradley. Photo by Efal Sayed
Snow had a career-high 30 points on Wednesday during the Seawolves victory against Bradley. Photo by Efal Sayed

Sophomore Brittany Snow led the Seawolves in scoring for the second consecutive game with 15 points on Sunday. The Seawolves fell 78-40 to Iowa to fall to 2-2 on the young season.

Junior Jessica Ogunnorin had seven points and seven rebounds in her second game as a Seawolf. Ally Disterhoft had a game-high 17 points to lead the three players in double-figures for the undefeated Hawkeyes.

Stony Brook was able to keep pace with the Big Ten Hawkeyes, but ultimately could not get the job done. Chikilra Goodman had a layup at 18:47 to score the first points of the game and Teasha Harris went 1-for-2 from the charity stripe to give the Seawolves an early 3-2 lead.

Ogunnorin hit a three-point shot to put Stony Brook up four, at 6-2, but the Hawkeyes took over from there. Iowa then went on a 14-0 run, capped by a layup from Alexa Kastanek at 11:52. Snow and Ogunnorin did their best to keep the Hawkeyes off the board, but ultimately, Iowa proved to be too much.

Goodman finished with four points and five rebounds and freshman Kori Bayne-Walker had five points in the loss. Stony Brook did lead in offensive rebounds for the fourth straight game, out-rebounding Iowa 21-20. The Hawkeyes led in overall rebounds 50-42.

Snow led the Seawolves in scoring this weekend, including 30 points on Friday night at Bradley. Jasmine Bailey had her first collegiate points in the second half and also contributed three rebounds.

Stony Brook will play its fourth consecutive road game Thursday at Fairleigh Dickinson, before coming back home Monday, Nov. 25 against Morgan State at 7 p.m.

 

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