Sabre Proctor averaged 14.8 points per game in her final season at Stony Brook. HANAA TAMEEZ / THE STATESMAN
Sabre Proctor averaged 14.8 points per game in her final season at Stony Brook. HANAA TAMEEZ / THE STATESMAN

Senior Sabre Proctor was selected to the America East first team for the second consecutive season, as the Seawolves received six conference awards. Sophomore Kori Bayne-Walker was named to the second team, as she led the league in assists with 5.4 per game. Junior Brittany Snow was named to the third team and also made the All-Academic team for the second straight year. Joining Snow on the All-Academic team was senior Jessica Ogunnorin, who also was named to the All-Defensive team.

Proctor led the team in scoring, as she averaged 14.8 points per game, which was also good enough for fourth in the conference. She had five double-doubles on the season and led the team with 22 double-digit games. Bayne-Walker had 156 assists on the season, which was the second most in single-season history. She also led the team in assists in 24 of the teams 29 games.

Snow finished third on the team and 10th in the conference in rebounding with 6.3 rebounds per game. She also finished as the team’s third leading scorer. Ogunnorin is pursuing her masters in public policy and was named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll last year.

The team fell to UMBC, 49-47, in the quarterfinals on Saturday.


Mike is a senior at Stony Brook University, majoring in journalism. He is currently a managing editor after spending the last two years as sports editor. He joined the paper during the fall of his freshman year and spent his sophomore year as an assistant sports editor. He also interned with News12 Long Island in the sports department, where he covered all sports from high school to professional. He got the opportunity to interview the Boston Bruins as an intern. Mike went to Omaha, Nebraska to report on the Stony Brook baseball team after it famously reached the College World Series. He has written about all sports, but enjoys baseball the most. When he’s not doing something sports related, he is working at CVS, where he is a shift supervisor and the store mentor. After college, he hopes to be a baseball writer.


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