Snow, Goodman light up the scoreboard as #Seawolves top Bradley, 83-79

Snow became the first Seawolf in nearly seven years to drop 30 points in one game
 
Snow became the first Seawolf in nearly seven years to drop 30 points in one game
 
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Nov. 16, 2013

Final Stats | #Seawolves

Peoria, Ill. - Sophomore forward Brittany Snow and senior guard Chikilra Goodman turned in arguably the finest performances of their two-year careers on the Stony Brook women's basketball team as the #Seawolves battled back from a slow start for an 83-79 road win at Bradley Friday night at Carver Arena. 

Snow tallied personal-bests in points and rebounds with 30 and nine, respectively, while Goodman had a career-high 22 points to go along with four assists and three steals. Snow became the first Seawolf to record 30 points in a single game since Mykeema Ford put in 32 against Boston University Jan. 10, 2007.

Junior Jessica Ogunnorin recorded nine points and eight rebounds in her debut, while freshman Kori Bayne-Walker and redshirt sophomore Miranda Jenkins chimed in with seven points apiece for Stony Brook (2-1).

Michelle Young led Bradley (2-1), a team that received votes in the most recent CollegeInsider.com Mid Major poll, with 26 points.

Head Coach Beth O'Boyle's Reaction

"Tonight was an excellent team effort across the board, and I thought we got some key defensive stops. Getting a win like this on the road is a valuable experience for our young team."

Turning Point

Bradley raced out to a 13-0 advantage, but Stony Brook used scrappy defense and the hot hands of Goodman and Snow to climb back into the game. The Seawolves briefly took a one-point lead, 36-35, on a free throw by Goodman with 49 ticks left in the first half; however, Kelsey Budd knocked down two shots from the charity stripe in the final seconds to send Bradley into the locker room up by just one, 37-36.


 

 

Stony Brook led most of the way in the second half and took its largest lead of the game, 74-59, when Ogunnorin nailed a jumper at 5:10. The home team put together a furious rally in the moments that followed, closing the gap to six, 76-70, when Kelly Frings went 1-for-2 from the line with two minutes left.

With 1:14 to play, Goodman tipped Budd's pass, controlled the ball and raced down the court to go up for a layup when she was fouled. The senior guard hit both of her free throws to put the Seawolves back up by eight, 78-70, with 1:11 left. BU got as close as four in the closing minute, but Stony Brook made its free throws and maintained the lead.

Inside the Numbers

  • Stony Brook out-rebounded Bradley, 38-31, and led on the offensive glass, 14-7, for the third consecutive game. Ogunnorin paced the squad with a game-high six offensive boards.
  • After shooting 36.7 percent (11-for-30) in the first half, the Seawolves shot an efficient 51.6 percent (16-for-31) in the second and 44.3 percent  (27-for-61) overall.
  • SB held Bradley to 15.4 percent (2-for-13) shooting from behind the arc.
  • The Seawolves edged the Braves in steals, 10-9.

News and Notes

  • Stony Brook last scored 80 or more points against Nicholls State Nov. 24, 2010, making this the first time under O'Boyle the Seawolves have hit the 80-point mark.
  • SB evened the all-time series with Bradley at one game apiece.
  • Snow had tallied four points all season heading into the game, having knocked down two free throws in Stony Brook's games against NJIT and Navy.
  • Bloomington, Ill., native Teasha Harris played in front of family and friends tonight as O'Boyle fulfilled a promise she made to the senior guard that she would get to play near her hometown during her collegiate career. She was second on the team with two helpers and two steals. 

Up Next

Stony Brook will wrap up its Midwest trip at Iowa Sunday at 1 p.m. The game will be streamed live on the Big Ten Digital Network with audio available on GoSeawolves.org.