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The following excerpt is from the Long Island Newsday on tonight's game: "Consider this the official rite of passage for all of Stony Brook’s new players and coaching staff. You’re not really one of t

And Lands. And Andrews. And Cochran.   Lost three rotation guys...before the season even really got going.   Add in that we lost Hooley, Singletary and Sanders who were hearts and souls...   Ma

Stats updated. Tough to win when you have 18 turn overs but we managed.

UAlbany Wins																								
** Albany stats are the left side in each grouping **																								
Opponent	FGM		FGA		FG%		FTM		FTA		FT%		3PTM		3PTA		3PT%		RBG		AST		TO	
Penn State	30	27	61	63	49.2%	42.9%	20	18	25	22	80.0%	81.8%	7	9	14	25	50.0%	36.0%	43	26	16	9	15	12
Oneonta	        38	20	81	71	46.9%	28.2%	16	11	25	13	64.0%	84.6%	5	5	12	27	41.7%	18.5%	69	31	15	11	12	13
Brown	        26	25	52	59	50.0%	42.4%	22	21	28	29	78.6%	72.4%	6	5	14	20	42.9%	25.0%	37	28	9	13	18	8
Siena	        27	23	52	49	51.9%	46.9%	21	19	32	25	65.6%	76.0%	6	7	12	22	50.0%	31.8%	29	31	15	11	6	11
Marist	        26	25	60	51	43.3%	49.0%	21	5	28	8	75.0%	62.5%	5	11	14	28	35.7%	39.3%	34	30	13	15	9	19
Colgate	        26	23	51	45	51.0%	51.1%	19	9	26	11	73.1%	81.8%	3	11	9	29	33.3%	37.9%	29	22	8	11	10	16
St. Francis BK	29	24	61	59	47.5%	40.7%	21	7	25	12	84.0%	58.3%	8	5	17	22	47.1%	22.7%	50	21	19	12	15	8
Columbia	21	24	52	51	40.4%	47.1%	24	12	28	18	85.7%	66.7%	4	7	12	23	33.3%	30.4%	39	27	8	16	15	13
Cornell	        27	22	62	49	43.5%	44.9%	11	5	16	9	68.8%	55.6%	4	10	16	31	25.0%	32.3%	43	24	14	14	10	13
UMBC	        28	16	54	49	51.9%	32.7%	16	10	20	15	80.0%	66.7%	5	11	8	27	62.5%	40.7%	41	26	8	11	11	13
Binghamton	35	22	54	48	64.8%	45.8%	7	13	11	14	63.6%	92.9%	7	8	12	24	58.3%	33.3%	26	22	17	12	8	13
Maine	        30	23	55	51	54.5%	45.1%	17	11	22	20	77.3%	55.0%	4	6	14	14	28.6%	42.9%	34	28	16	13	11	15
Hartford	25	19	55	55	45.5%	34.5%	19	11	27	16	70.4%	68.8%	5	12	14	36	35.7%	33.3%	44	29	11	14	13	13
Umass Lowell	32	30	61	58	52.5%	51.7%	19	10	24	13	79.2%	76.9%	7	7	13	17	53.8%	41.2%	33	30	20	15	10	14
UNH	        24	21	53	50	45.3%	42.0%	14	7	20	10	70.0%	70.0%	7	6	17	21	41.2%	28.6%	28	33	14	14	5	14
Binghamton	23	21	52	52	44.2%	40.4%	11	6	15	8	73.3%	75.0%	9	6	21	16	42.9%	37.5%	37	25	15	7	9	5
UMBC	        25	25	57	54	43.9%	46.3%	25	12	31	17	80.6%	70.6%	3	7	13	22	23.1%	31.8%	38	30	8	13	8	13
Maine	        29	17	70	51	41.4%	33.3%	8	13	10	23	80.0%	56.5%	8	9	23	19	34.8%	47.4%	40	36	15	10	3	9
Hartford	30	22	63	60	47.6%	36.7%	13	11	16	14	81.3%	78.6%	7	7	14	21	50.0%	33.3%	39	35	16	11	13	15
Hartford	35	27	57	64	61.4%	42.2%	17	12	21	14	81.0%	85.7%	13	5	25	20	52.0%	25.0%	37	26	25	11	11	11
Stony Brook	18	18	46	45	39.1%	40.0%	21	16	25	24	84.0%	66.7%	6	4	14	21	42.9%	19.0%	34	28	8	8	18	16
																								
OOC W Tot.	250	213	532	497	47.0%	42.9%	175	107	233	147	75.1%	72.8%	48	70	120	227	40.0%	30.8%	373	240	117	112	110	113
AE W Tot.	281	216	574	528	49.0%	40.9%	149	104	196	150	76.0%	69.3%	62	79	149	217	41.6%	36.4%	360	294	140	120	91	124
AE Tour. Tot.	53	45	103	109	51.5%	41.3%	38	28	46	38	82.6%	73.7%	19	9	39	41	48.7%	22.0%	71	54	33	19	29	27
																								
OOC W Avg.	27.8	23.7	59.1	55.2	47.0%	42.9%	19.4	11.9	25.9	16.3	75.1%	72.8%	5.3	7.8	13.3	25.2	40.0%	30.8%	41.4	26.7	13.0	12.4	12.2	12.6
AE W Avg.	28.1	21.6	57.4	52.8	49.0%	40.9%	14.9	10.4	19.6	15.0	76.0%	69.3%	6.2	7.9	14.9	21.7	41.6%	36.4%	36	29.4	14.0	12.0	9.1	12.4
AE Tour. Avg.	26.5	22.5	51.5	54.5	51.5%	41.3%	19.0	14.0	23.0	19.0	82.6%	73.7%	9.5	4.5	19.5	20.5	48.7%	22.0%	35.5	27.0	16.5	9.5	14.5	13.5
																								
Total W	        584	474	1209	1134	48.3%	41.8%	362	239	475	335	76.2%	71.3%	129	158	308	485	41.9%	32.6%	804	588	290	251	230	264
Average W	27.8	22.6	57.6	54.0	48.4%	42.1%	17.2	11.4	22.6	16.0	76.0%	71.6%	6.1	7.5	14.7	23.1	42.1%	32.8%	38.3	28.0	13.8	12.0	11.0	12.6
																								
UAlbany Losses																								
** Albany stats are the left side in each grouping **																								
Opponent	FGM		FGA		FG%		FTM		FTA		FT%		3PTM		3PTA		3PT%		RBG		AST		TO	
Cincinatti	20	28	48	61	41.7%	45.9%	9	13	14	20	64.3%	65.0%	2	5	14	21	14.3%	23.8%	33	34	8	16	22	10
Grand Canyon	27	29	59	69	45.8%	42.0%	15	14	21	21	71.4%	66.7%	8	10	21	24	38.1%	41.7%	36	33	10	15	13	9
Holy Cross	21	18	45	46	46.7%	39.1%	8	6	10	10	80.0%	60.0%	1	11	9	29	11.1%	37.9%	20	37	15	12	18	9
Yale	        22	22	50	56	44.0%	39.3%	9	4	10	5	90.0%	80.0%	2	11	12	29	16.7%	37.9%	31	33	13	15	12	13
Canisius	27	26	66	57	40.9%	45.6%	8	13	8	17	100.0%	76.5%	2	12	11	28	18.2%	42.9%	37	35	11	20	13	14
SMU	        21	25	51	47	41.2%	53.2%	4	13	5	24	80.0%	54.2%	7	8	23	17	30.4%	47.1%	25	33	10	14	12	10
Umass Lowell	32	33	56	52	57.1%	63.5%	8	7	11	12	72.7%	58.3%	7	12	16	23	43.8%	52.2%	28	18	13	17	13	11
Stony Brook	28	22	50	58	56.0%	37.9%	7	20	10	24	70.0%	83.3%	7	8	13	28	53.8%	28.6%	31	30	14	13	19	10
UNH	        22	25	51	52	43.1%	48.1%	18	11	25	13	72.0%	84.6%	5	14	19	30	26.3%	46.7%	31	29	8	16	6	8
Vermont	        19	22	64	50	29.7%	44.0%	10	13	13	20	76.9%	65.0%	1	3	8	18	12.5%	16.7%	43	37	8	12	10	14
Stony Brook	21	23	52	48	40.4%	47.9%	20	19	23	24	87.0%	79.2%	3	7	10	18	30.0%	38.9%	29	31	12	8	13	14
Vermont	        21	23	42	52	50.0%	44.2%	1	10	2	13	50.0%	76.9%	7	6	13	22	53.8%	27.3%	24	27	11	9	14	4
																								
OOC L Tot.	138	148	319	336	43.3%	44.0%	53	63	68	97	77.9%	64.9%	22	57	90	148	24.4%	38.5%	182	205	67	92	90	65
AE L Tot.	143	148	315	312	45.4%	47.4%	64	80	84	106	76.2%	75.5%	30	50	79	139	38.0%	36.0%	186	172	66	75	75	61
																								
OOC L Avg.	23.0	24.7	53.2	56.0	43.3%	44.0%	8.8	10.5	11.3	16.2	77.9%	64.9%	3.7	9.5	15.0	24.7	24.4%	38.5%	30.3	34.2	11.2	15.3	15.0	10.8
AE L Avg.	23.8	24.7	52.5	52.0	45.4%	47.4%	10.7	13.3	14.0	17.7	76.2%	75.5%	5.0	8.3	13.2	23.2	38.0%	36.0%	31.0	28.7	11.0	12.5	12.5	10.2
																								
Total L	        281	296	634	648	44.3%	45.7%	117	143	152	203	77.0%	70.4%	52	107	169	287	30.8%	37.3%	368	377	133	167	165	126
Average L	23.4	24.7	52.8	54.0	43.4%	44.2%	9.8	11.9	12.7	16.9	81.0%	67.1%	4.3	8.9	14.1	23.9	21.5%	38.5%	30.7	31.4	11.1	13.9	13.8	10.5
																								
Total (all)	865	770	1843	1782	46.9%	43.2%	479	382	627	538	76.4%	71.0%	181	265	477	772	37.9%	34.3%	1172	965	423	418	395	390
Average (all)	26.2	23.3	55.8	54.0	47.0%	43.5%	14.5	11.6	19.0	16.3	76.1%	71.3%	5.5	8.0	14.5	23.4	37.4%	34.2%	35.5	29.2	12.8	12.7	12.0	11.8

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Looks like, if we hit our FT's, we're advancing. Never would have thought it after losing Hooley, Singletary and Sanders. But good job by Brown getting these kids to play together for most of the year and that nice start at the beginning of the year.

 

We're going to get smoked by Vermont though until they forget how to play basketball.

 

And Lands. And Andrews. And Cochran.

 

Lost three rotation guys...before the season even really got going.

 

Add in that we lost Hooley, Singletary and Sanders who were hearts and souls...

 

Man, what an amazing season. Truly. 20 D-1 wins again. And sure, we threw away about 3 games...but look at all I wrote before hand. 20-23 wins (factoring in the bad losses and the player injuries) in what was truly a "rebuilding" year. Great job by Will Brown, his staff...and most importantly, the kids.

 

And you know that in that lockerroom, the team (coaches on down to players) is not thinking about what they accomplished...but what they still need to accomplish. Knowing this program, they celebrated for 30 seconds...and got right to the mental business at hand.

 

That's what winning programs do!

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Looks like, if we hit our FT's, we're advancing. Never would have thought it after losing Hooley, Singletary and Sanders. But good job by Brown getting these kids to play together for most of the year and that nice start at the beginning of the year.

 

We're going to get smoked by Vermont though until they forget how to play basketball.

 

And Lands. And Andrews. And Cochran.

 

Lost three rotation guys...before the season even really got going.

 

Add in that we lost Hooley, Singletary and Sanders who were hearts and souls...

 

Man, what an amazing season. Truly. 20 D-1 wins again. And sure, we threw away about 3 games...but look at all I wrote before hand. 20-23 wins (factoring in the bad losses and the player injuries) in what was truly a "rebuilding" year. Great job by Will Brown, his staff...and most importantly, the kids.

 

And you know that in that lockerroom, the team (coaches on down to players) is not thinking about what they accomplished...but what they still need to accomplish. Knowing this program, they celebrated for 30 seconds...and got right to the mental business at hand.

 

That's what winning programs do!

 

 

True, always forget those guys we missed this year.

 

Excellent post!

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What a game...Nichols cluck with the FT, had a bad shooting night, Three headed monster in Nichols, Cremo and Campbell prevails. All the other guys did their part. 20 D1 wins...A+ score for season regardless of how Saturday goes.

 

Well done...wheeeww....

 

Note to SBU, unless you have a lot more talent (like UVM) or it's a fluke (Hartford last year), you probably aren't taking Albany and Will Brown in March.

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And you know that in that lockerroom, the team (coaches on down to players) is not thinking about what they accomplished...but what they still need to accomplish. Knowing this program, they celebrated for 30 seconds...and got right to the mental business at hand.

 

That's what winning programs do!

 

 

Brown said emphatically during the press conference, "WE ARE NOT SATISFIED!"

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Looks like, if we hit our FT's, we're advancing. Never would have thought it after losing Hooley, Singletary and Sanders. But good job by Brown getting these kids to play together for most of the year and that nice start at the beginning of the year.

 

We're going to get smoked by Vermont though until they forget how to play basketball.

If we really want it, we can take it.

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Looks like, if we hit our FT's, we're advancing. Never would have thought it after losing Hooley, Singletary and Sanders. But good job by Brown getting these kids to play together for most of the year and that nice start at the beginning of the year.

 

We're going to get smoked by Vermont though until they forget how to play basketball.

Just read the whole thread - Your negativity is astounding. I may have to put you on my ignore list!!

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