12  Theresa LoParrino
Theresa LoParrino

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bronx, NY

High School:
Ursuline

Height:
5-6

Position:
Guard


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

This season...scored 20 points, 18 in the first half, on 7-14 shooting in the Seawolves' first game against Rider (11-17-01)...scored 22 points and hit 5-of-8 three-pointers against Penn in the HIE Tournament (11-30-01)...recorded a game-high 19 points in the championship game against LMU (12-1-01), leading to All-Tournament Team honors... shot 3-4 from the free throw line against New Hampshire (2-1-02)...had two assists to go along with her five points...scored 17 points and four rebounds in game against Northeastern (2-17-02)

As a freshman....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 (12-2-00), setting a school record...selected to HIE All-Tournament team...six assists against Iona (12-5-00)...led the team in scoring with 18 points in a 64-56 loss at Coppin State (12-30-00)...scored seven points and had three assists and three steals in win over Lehigh (1-6-01)...had nine points and two three-pointers against Albany (1-13-01)...made first career start against Dartmouth (1-17-01), scoring six points and dishing out four assists...had five points and four rebounds against Binghamton (1-20-01)...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 (1-27-01)...Hit 14-of-15 free throws and scored 21 points in 77-55 win over Princeton (1-29-01)...26 points on a career-high five three-pointers in 69-59 win over Colgate (2-10-01)...collected 31 points on five three-pointers (tying her career-high) in a 64-57 win over Binghamton (2-14-01)...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 (2-27-01)...

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...over 1300 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....