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Game #28: Stony Brook Seawolves (4-24) at Maine Black Bears (6-22) 

Sat., Feb. 25 •  Alfond Arena  •  Orono, Maine  •  2 p.m.

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INFO: GAME NOTES  

Stony Brook Seawolves (4-24, 1-14 America East)
Head Coach: Beth O'Boyle, first season
Overall Record: 4-24
Record at SBU: same

Maine Black Bears (6-22, 3-12 America East)
Head Coach: Richard Barroni, 1st season
Overall Record: 158-161
Record at Hartford: 6-22

About the Game: Stony Brook looks to conclude the 2011-12 regular season on a high note on Saturday afternoon, traveling to take on the Maine Black Bears. Stony Brook fell to Maine, 57-44, earlier this season, snapping the Seawolves five-game winning streak in the series. 

Meet the Seawolves: Senior Whitney Davis has scored in double-figures in eight of her last 10 games. Senior Misha Horsey enters Saturday's game third in program history in games played, games started and assists. 


 

 

Scouting Maine: Maine has lost six straight and is coming off a loss at New Hampshire on Wednesday. The Black Bears are led by Samantha Baranowski, who leads the America East in field goal perentage (.500)  and ranks 12th in scoring (11.3 points per game) during conference play. Maine is last in the America East in scoring defense (64.3 points per game) and turnovers per game (20.5) since the start of America East play but is fifth in field goal percentage at .374. 

Last time out: The Stony Brook women’s basketball team dropped a tightly-contested affair to Hartford on Wednesday, falling by a score of 49-42 on senior day at Pritchard Gymnasium. Senior Whitney Davis (Muskegon, Mich.) paced the Seawolves with 12 points in the game. Prior to the game, Stony Brook honored the four seniors who played in their final home game: Davis, Jacobs, Horsey and Tamiel Murray (Teaneck, N.J.).