2009–10 Stony Brook Seawolves men's basketball team

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2009–10 Stony Brook Seawolves men's basketball
America East Regular Season Champions
NIT, First Round
Conference America East Conference
2009–10 record 22–10 (13–3 America East)
Head coach Steve Pikiell
Assistant coach Jay Young
Assistant coach Lamar Chapman
Assistant coach Dan Rickard
Home arena Pritchard Gymnasium
Seasons
2009–10 America East men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Stony Brook 13 3   .813     22 10   .688
Vermont 12 4   .750     25 10   .714
Maine 11 5   .688     19 11   .633
Boston University 11 5   .688     20 13   .606
Binghamton 8 8   .500     13 18   .419
Hartford 6 10   .375     8 22   .267
New Hampshire 6 10   .375     13 17   .433
UMBC 3 13   .188     4 26   .133
Albany 2 14   .125     7 25   .219
2010 America East Tournament winner
As of March 19, 2010; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2009–10 Stony Brook Seawolves Men's Basketball Team was a college basketball team which represented Stony Brook University in the 2009–10 college basketball season. This was head coach Steve Pikiell's fifth season at Stony Brook. The Seawolves competed in the America East Conference and played their home games at Pritchard Gymnasium. They finished the season 22–10, 13–3 in America East play to win the regular season championship. They lost in the semifinals of the 2010 America East Men's Basketball Tournament but received an automatic bid to the 2010 National Invitation Tournament as the regular season champions. The NIT berth was Stony Brook's first ever postseason bid as a Division I school. They hosted Illinois in the first round and lost 76–66.

Roster[edit]

Source[1]

# Name Height Weight (lbs.) Position Class Hometown Previous Team(s)
1 Preye Preboye 6'6" 220 G/F Fr. Springfield, MA Winchendon Prep
2 Danny Carter 6'9" 210 F So. Windsor, England Reading Rockets
10 Bryan Dougher 6'1" 185 G So. Scotch Plains, NJ Scotch Plains-Fanwood HS
11 Marcus Rouse 6'0" 170 G Fr. Upper Marlboro, MD DeMatha HS
12 Eddie Castellanos 6'1" 180 G Sr. Jersey City, NJ Hoboken HS
15 Leonard Hayes 6'4" 185 G Fr. Voorhees, NJ Lawrenceville Prep
20 Desmond Adedeji 6'10" 305 F/C Sr. Landover Hills, MD DeMatha HS
Dayton
22 Eric McAlister 6'8" 200 F Fr. Hightstown, NJ Hightstown HS
23 Dallis Joyner 6'7" 250 F So. Norfolk, VA Granby HS
24 Tommy Brenton 6'5" 215 G/F So. Columbia, MD Hargrave Military Academy
30 Chris Martin 6'1" 223 G Jr. Springfield Gardens, NY Christ The King HS
32 Andrew Goba 6'9" 235 F/C Sr. Durban, South Africa Durban HS
35 Muhammad El-Amin 6'5" 210 G Sr. Lansing, MI Holt HS
Lansing CC

Schedule and results[edit]

Source[2]

Date
Time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site (Attendance)
City, State
Regular Season
11/13/2009*
7:00pm
at Maryland Eastern Shore W 75–57  1–0
Hytche Athletic Center (1,713)
Princess Anne, MD
11/16/2009*
7:00pm
Mount St. Mary's W 87–53  2–0
Pritchard Gymnasium (1,258)
Stony Brook, NY
11/21/2009*
7:00pm
at Wagner W 72–48  3–0
Spiro Sports Center (1,310)
Staten Island, NY
11/24/2009*
7:30pm
at Rhode Island L 75–58  3–1
Ryan Center (4,030)
Kingston, RI
11/28/2009*
2:00pm
NJIT W 60–46  4–1
Pritchard Gymnasium (842)
Stony Brook, NY
11/30/2009*
7:00pm
at Lehigh W 71–52  5–1
Stabler Arena (609)
Bethlehem, PA
12/2/2009*
7:00pm, SNY
at St. John's L 63–55  5–2
Carnesecca Arena (3,302)
Queens, NY
12/5/2009*
2:00pm, MSG Plus
Columbia W 63–60  6–2
Pritchard Gymnasium (1,342)
Stony Brook, NY
12/8/2009*
7:00pm
at Fordham L 93–77  6–3
Rose Hill Gymnasium (1,250)
The Bronx, NY
12/12/2009*
2:00pm
at Colgate W 66–55  7–3
Cotterell Court (406)
Hamilton, NY
12/21/2009*
3:00pm
at Sacred Heart L 78–70  7–4
William H. Pitt Center (279)
Fairfield, CT
12/28/2009*
7:00pm
Saint Peter's L 67–46  7–5
Pritchard Gymnasium (1,113)
Stony Brook, NY
12/31/2009*
2:00pm
Holy Cross W 69–60  8–5
Pritchard Gymnasium (1,144)
Stony Brook, NY
1/2/2010
12:00pm, MSG Plus/NESN
at Boston University W 84–75  9–5 (1–0)
Case Gym (547)
Boston, MA
1/7/2010
7:00pm
Hartford W 70–59  10–5 (2–0)
Pritchard Gymnasium (1,029)
Stony Brook, NY
1/10/2010
2:00pm
New Hampshire W 69–63  11–5 (3–0)
Pritchard Gymnasium (971)
Stony Brook, NY
1/12/2010
7:00pm
at Binghamton L 64–62  11–6 (3–1)
Binghamton University Events Center (2,578)
Vestal, NY
1/16/2010
2:00pm
at Maine L 67–61  11–7 (3–2)
Alfond Arena (1,507)
Orono, ME
1/18/2010
5:00pm, MSG Plus/MASN
UMBC W 81–69  12–7 (4–2)
Pritchard Gymnasium (1,058)
Stony Brook, NY
1/21/2010
7:00pm
at Vermont W 65–60  13–7 (5–2)
Patrick Gym (2,909)
Burlington, VT
1/24/2010
12:00pm, MSG Plus
Albany W 67–61  14–7 (6–2)
Pritchard Gymnasium (1,139)
Stony Brook, NY
1/30/2010
7:00pm
Boston University W 71–55  15–7 (7–2)
Pritchard Gymnasium (1,595)
Stony Brook, NY
2/3/2010
7:00pm
at Hartford W 54–44  16–7 (8–2)
Chase Arena at Reich Family Pavilion (1,062)
Hartford, CT
2/10/2010
7:00pm
Maine W 83–64  17–7 (9–2)
Pritchard Gymnasium (1,595)
Stony Brook, NY
2/13/2010
7:00pm
Binghamton W 81–61  18–7 (10–2)
Pritchard Gymnasium (1,630)
Stony Brook, NY
2/16/2010
7:00pm
at UMBC W 86–72  19–7 (11–2)
Retriever Activities Center (2,010)
Baltimore, MD
2/19/2010
7:00pm, MSG Plus
at Albany W 68–66  20–7 (12–2)
SEFCU Arena (2,891)
Albany, NY
2/24/2010
7:00pm, MSG Plus/NESN
Vermont W 82–78  21–7 (13–2)
Pritchard Gymnasium (1,650)
Stony Brook, NY
2/28/2010
1:00pm
at New Hampshire L 77–55  21–8 (13–3)
Lundholm Gym (1,136)
Durham, NH
2010 America East Men's Basketball Tournament
3/6/2010
12:00pm
vs. Albany
Quarterfinals
W 68–59  22–8
Chase Arena at Reich Family Pavilion (NA)
Hartford, CT
3/7/2010
5:00pm
vs. Boston University
Semifinals
L 70–63  22–9
Chase Arena at Reich Family Pavilion (NA)
Hartford, CT
2010 National Invitation Tournament
3/17/2010
9:00pm, ESPNU
Illinois
First round
L 76–66  22–10
Stony Brook Arena (4,423)
Stony Brook, NY
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://goseawolves.cstv.com/sports/m-baskbl/mtt/ston-m-baskbl-mtt.html
  2. ^ "2009–10 Schedule". Archived from the original on February 25, 2010. Retrieved 2010-02-26.