Stony Brook concludes the 2013-14 campaign with a program-record 24 wins
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Stony Brook is making its second Division I postseason appearance
Stony Brook will make second Division I postseason appearance in school history
Stony Brook making second-ever title game appearance
Points:30 (at Bradley, 11/13/13)
2013-14: America East All-Academic selection...played in and started all 33 games...led the team in minutes at 29.6 per game...third on the team and 19th in the conference in scoring at 9.8 points per game...fourth in the team and 18th in the conference in rebounding at 9.8 per game...10th in the conference and third on the team in free throw percentage at .738...second on the team and sixth in the conference in offensive rebounds at 2.7 per game...tallied three boards and two points vs. NJIT (11/8)...went off for career-highs of 30 points and nine rebounds, becoming the first Seawolf since Mykeema Ford to score 30 points in a single game, at Bradley (11/15)...recorded 15 points and six rebounds at Iowa (11/17)...posted 10 points at Fairleigh Dickinson (11/21)...had eight points and six boards vs. Morgan State (11/25)...recorded career-highs of 11 rebounds and 38 minutes vs. Army (11/29)...tallied 13 points, went 5-for-5 from the line and matched a career-high three helpers at St. Peter's (12/4)....had seven points and shot 5-for-6 at the free throw line to go along with three boards at Lafayette (12/8)...poured in 16 points and grabbed seven boards at Seton Hall (12/31)...recorded a team-high 15 points and a career-high three blocks at Columbia (1/5)...posted first double-double of her career on 13 points and 10 rebounds vs. Hartford (1/8)...scored 15 points at UNH (1/11)...tallied seven points and seven rebounds at Binghamton (1/15)...finished with 10 points and tied for a game-high seven boards vs. UMass Lowell (1/18)...recorded seven points and eight rebounds vs. UMBC (1/20)...led all scorers with 17 points and tied for the game- and team-high in rebounds with seven at Vermont (1/23)...grabbed a game-high eight boards at Maine (1/26)...finished with 10 points vs. Albany (1/30)...recorded eight points and seven boards at Hartford (2/2)...tallied six points and five rebounds vs. UNH (2/9)...scored 12 points at UMass Lowell (2/15)...posted six points and eight boards at UMBC (2/19)...recorded 12 points in Stony Brook's 20th win of the season vs. Maine (2/22)...poured in a team-high 15 points as Stony Brook won its Division I-record 21st game of the season vs. Vermont (2/26)...scored 11 pointsas Stony Brook ended Albany's 38-game conference winning streak in a road win (3/1)...posted five points and five rebounds in the America East Quarterfinals vs. UMBC (3/7)...tallied a team-high 12 points in the America East Championship vs. Albany (3/10)...scored a team-high 16 points at Michigan in the WNIT (3/21).
2012-13: Named to the America East All-Rookie team...saw action in all 30 games, making 26 starts...averaged 6.8 points and 3.7 rebounds per game...scored eight points in her collegiate debut against Rider on Nov. 9...scored 12 points and pulled down four rebounds against Morgan St. on Nov. 18...named the America East Rookie of the Week on Nov. 19...netted 12 points at Robert Morris on Nov. 28...tallied 10 points and grabbed five boards in win over Binghamton on Jan. 9...netted six points and registered five rebounds at Hartford on Jan. 12...tallied a career-high 16 points in victory against Binghamton on Jan. 19...grabbed seven rebounds at UMBC on Jan. 23...posted seven points and five rebounds against Albany...posted seven points and two steals to help SBU beat UNH on Feb. 2...notched six points against BU on Feb. 6...grabbed three offensive rebounds against Hartford on Feb. 10...registered 11 points to help SBU beat Binghamton on Feb. 13...tallied 10 points and seven rebounds at Vermont on Feb. 16...posted four rebounds and scored six points at Albany on March 2...poured in a game-high 15 points, went 7-for-8 from the free throw line and grabbed seven rebounds in America East Quarterfinals vs. UNH on March 8.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Seneca High School...also lettered in soccer (2009-10) and track (2010)...named Philadelphia Inquirer South Jersey Player of the Year 2012...named Courier Post South Jersey Player of the Year 2012...named Burlington County Times Player of the Year 2012...named Al Carino Girls' Basketball Club of New Jersey Player of the Year 2012... named Star-Ledger All-State third team in 2012...scored 1,401 points in her high school career and is the program's all-time leading scorer.
Personal: Brittany Snow...born December 22, 1993 in Mount Holly, N.J...daughter of Richard and Donna Snow...mother played basketball (1978-80) and softball (1983) at Drexel.
Snow Fun Facts: Favorite hobby: Baking sweets...Favorite movie: Happy Gilmore...Favorite talk show: Ellen...Favorite actress: Brittany Snow...Profession I admire most: Members of the military...Person in history I'd most like to meet: Abraham Lincoln.