Even without many key offensive pieces, the Stony Brook men’s basketball team performed as expected and made easy work of the Division III Farmingdale State Rams on Wednesday, Dec. 29 in its final tune-up before the beginning of conference play.
Stony Brook (7-4) defeated Saint Peter’s Peacocks 64-63 on Saturday, Dec. 18, in the final game of the Seawolves’ six-game homestand at Island Federal Arena after a strong second-half defensive performance.
The Stony Brook men’s basketball team defeated the Central Connecticut State Blue Devils 87-67 on Tuesday, December 14, earning the Seawolves their third consecutive victory and their highest scoring output of the season.
In a gritty back and forth contest, the Stony Brook men’s basketball team held off a second-half offensive surge to beat the Bryant Bulldogs 86-78 on Dec. 11 in a game where the Seawolves saw an 18-point lead turn into a one-possession game late.
Four days removed from one of the most humiliating home losses in recent memory, the Stony Brook men’s basketball team bounced back in style with a 79-62 domination over the Hofstra Pride on Wednesday, Dec. 8.
Despite a 22-point first-half lead, the Stony Brook men’s basketball team had to fight to the final buzzer to avoid a late collapse. However, a career-high 22 points from Frankie Policelli was just enough to beat the Yale Bulldogs 85-81 on Nov. 28.
The Stony Brook men’s basketball team still appeared to be in the driver’s seat against the Fairfield Stags on Wednesday, Nov. 24 with an 11-point second-half lead and a red-hot Anthony Roberts leading the way.