Stony Brook Outpaces Men's Basketball

Nov. 24, 2015

Final Stats

BALTIMORE - Jameel Warney scored 18 points and had 13 rebounds, helping Stony Brook University to a 76-63 victory Tuesday night over Loyola Unviersity Maryland in non-conference play in Reitz Arena.

Warney, who has recorded double-doubles in all four of the Seawolves' games this season, scored nine pointsi n the game's first six minutes, 11 seconds, putting Stony Brook (2-2) up, 18-10, on an and-one play at 13:49.

He later made 1 of 2 at the line to stretch Stony Brook's lead to 16, 38-22, with 3:39 to go in the first half, but Loyola (1-4) rallied to cut the deficit to eight, 38-30 on a Chancellor Barnard tip-in with 1:51 left in the half.

Stony Brook led by 12 at the half and then 14 on a Rayshaun McGrew layup 36 ticks into the second, but Tyler Hubbard drove the baseline for a layup, was fouled and made the ensuing free throw at 12:56 to pull the Greyhounds within six, 50-44, at 12:56.

The Seawolves would go back up by double-digits just over three minutes later on a Carson Puriefoy three.

All five Stony Brook starters scored 11 or more points, led by Warney's 18 and a career-best 18 from Bryan Sekunda.

Andre Walker led Loyola with 19 points, and he added six rebounds, five assists and a steal. Hubbard finished with 15, and Franz Rassman scored 12. Cam Gregory led Loyola with seven rebounds.

The Greyhounds take a four-day break for Thanksgiving before returning to the court on Saturday, Nov. 28, in Albany, New York, against Siena College.