The Stony Brook men’s basketball team ended its regular season in Burlington, Vermont on Saturday afternoon, falling to the top-ranked Catamounts, 66-51.
After a fast break dunk against UMass Lowell, his second of the season, Petras celebrated by chest-bumping head coach Jeff Boals.
Akwasi Yeboah led all scorers in Stony Brook’s blowout win against Binghamton, 76-55, for the team’s sixth consecutive win. Stony Brook improved to 12-2 in conference play.
A free throw sealed a 67-66 Stony Brook victory over Maine at Island Federal Credit Union Arena on Sunday.
Comeback wins and second half efforts are a testament to the team’s mentality. Rather than focusing on the big picture, Boals and his team have a one-game at a time mentality.
Stony Brook men’s basketball sophomore guard Blair Mendy has been charged with rape, according to Stony Brook University Police.
Seconds later, the 6-foot-11 Slovakian led the fast break and threw down his second dunk in 16 seconds, also the second of the season. Let that sink in.
Stony Brook cruised to a 72-65 victory, completing a season sweep of its upstate foe Albany for the first time since the 2012-13 season.
Only one player seemed able to shoot the three-pointer at Island Federal Credit Union Arena on Saturday night. Thankfully for the Vermont Catamounts, that player was theirs.
When Stony Brook junior forward Tyrell Sturdivant floated the game-winning layup to cap the men’s basketball team’s Jan. 8 victory, his hard work had been realized.