12  Theresa LoParrino
Theresa LoParrino

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bronx, N.Y.

High School:
Ursuline HS

Height:
5-6

Position:
G

Birthdate:
07/29/1982


12/07/2013

#Seawolves challenge Lafayette Sunday

Goodman, Proctor have reached double figures in scoring in four consecutive games

11/27/2013

#Seawolves welcome Boys & Girls Club, Army Friday

Stony Brook and Army met exactly 13 years ago, when SB claimed a 59-53 home win Nov. 29, 2000

2003-04:
Shot 5-for-7 from the field, 3-for-4 from three point range and 1-for-1 from the free throw line for a team-high 14 points vs. Delaware (11/22)...also dished out three assists...handed out six assists and pulled down four rebounds vs. Saint Louis (11/28)...tallied 10 points, five assists and five steals vs. IPFW (11/29)... led the team with 20 points shooting 5-for-6 from the floor vs. UMBC (1/7). . . led all scorers with a season-best 20 points on 5-of-6 shooting from the field, 4-of-5 from downtown and 6-of-8 from the free throw line . . . netted her 100th career three point field goal vs. Binghamton (1/24) . . . tallied 10 points vs. Vermont (2/10)... dished out four assists to go with six points off the bench vs. Binghamton (2/21) . . . posted 13 points vs. Maine (3/3) . . . scored nine points vs. Northeastern (3/6).

2002-03:
Played in 13 games with one start...averaged 4.4 points and 1.2 rebounds...also had 33 assists on the year...saw her first action of the year against Wright State, playing nine minutes...scored nine points and had three rebounds against Northeastern (2/5)...collected seven assists and three steals against BU (2/12)...scored all of her season-high 16 points in the second half against New Hampshire (3/1)...also nailed 4-of-9 three-pointers against the Wildcats...scored nine points, nailing 5-of-5 free throws, against Vermont (3/8).

2001-02:
Suffered a torn ACL against Boston University (2/21) and missed the rest of the season...also missed a two-week span in January due to a sprained ankle...played in 22 games, starting 13, and averaged nearly 30 minutes per contest...averaged 11.6 points, 2.5 rebounds and 2.6 assists...led the team with 33 three-pointers, shooting 27 percent (33-of-123)...scored in double-digits 12 times...scored 20 points in the opener against Rider (11/17), shooting 7-of-14...had 22 points, connecting on 5-of-8 three-pointers, in the HIE Tournament first round against UPenn (11/30)...scored a season-best 26 points against Georgia State in the Hyatt Regency Invitational (12/8)...set a career-high with six threes on just 11 attempts against GSU...turned in another solid effort the next day in the consolation, scoring 19 points and setting career-highs in assists (seven) and steals (five)...had 20 points on 9-of-17 shooting along with five assists against Lehigh (1/2)...went 10-of-12 from the line to help SBU beat Maine (1/6)...netted 18 points with four assists against Vermont (1/24)...went 6-for-7 from the free throw line and grabbed two steals against Princeton (1/29)...had team high 16 points...shot 3-for-4 from the free throw line against New Hampshire (2/1)...had two assists to go along with her five points...scored 17 points and four rebounds in game against Northeastern (2/17). . .totaled six points and four steals versus Boston University (2/21) before injuring her knee.

2000-01:
Played in 28 games, starting in eight..second on the team in scoring with 12.7 points per game...team-leader in three-pointers with 45, the fourth most in a single season in school history..first in free throw percentage (.782)...46 assists and 31 steals...Metro Channel Player of the Game on January 27, scoring 20 points against Morgan State...outstanding three-point shooter...scored in double digits in six consecutive games from Nov. 25 to Dec. 11....scored 34 points against NC A&T in the HIE Tournament - the fourth highest single game total in school history...had four three-pointers in the game...went 14-for-14 from the free throw line against LA-Lafayette (12/2), setting a school record...selected to HIE All-Tournament team...six assists against Iona (12/5)...led the team in scoring with 18 points in a 64-56 loss at Coppin State (12/30)...scored seven points and had three assists and three steals in win over Lehigh (1/6)...had nine points and two three-pointers against Albany (1/13)...made first career start against Dartmouth (1/17), scoring six points and dishing out four assists...had five points and four rebounds against Binghamton (1/20)...averaged 22 points in a five-game span from late January to Mid-February, connecting on 18 three-point field goals...20 points - 12 in the second half in leading Stony Brook to a 70-54 win over Morgan State (1/27)...Hit 14-of-15 free throws and scored 21 points in 77-55 win over Princeton (1/29)...26 points on a career-high five three-pointers in 69-59 win over Colgate (2/10)...collected 31 points on five three-pointers (tying her career-high) in a 64-57 win over Binghamton (2/14)...31 points is the fifth highest in a single game in school history...scored in double figures in eight straight games to finish the season...24 three-pointers in team's last seven games...19 points and four assists in season finale against Columbia (2/27).

High School:
Gannett Journal-News Player of the Year in 1998-99, LoParrino was an all-county first team selection this season...an all-league and all-county selection for four straight years at Ursuline High School...scored over 1,300 career points...LoParrino averaged over 15 points and three steals per game as a senior...part of the Ursuline squad that won the NYS Public School "A" Division State Championship.

Personal:
Theresa Marie LoParrino...born July 29, 1982, in Mount Vernon, N.Y...daughter of Francine and Benedetto LoParrino...sister of Michael and Thomas...majoring in SSI.