Stony Brook Women’s Basketball won its fifth consecutive matchup against the Vermont Catamounts 55-49 on Sunday, continuing on its late-season surge and officially clinching the fourth seed in the America East tournament.
With a decorated locker room, family in attendance and a pregame Senior Night celebration, senior guard Aaliyah Worley and the Stony Brook women’s basketball team were in search of a big win against the UMBC Retrievers Wednesday night at Island Federal Credit Union Arena.
The shot came down through the net, sending the game into a second overtime period. Unfortunately for Stony Brook, a second shot at extra time didn’t do the trick, and the Seawolves ultimately fell to the Bulldogs 77-71.
Stony Brook Women’s Basketball started out cold in its non-conference home game against Division III opponent Farmingdale State, but a collaborative team effort led the Seawolves to a 76-25 victory against the Rams.