Muhammad El-Amin had 20 points to lead Stony bBrook to its fourth striaght win by a 69-63 count over New Hampshire Sunday afternoon at Pritchard Gymnasium. But on a day when running mate Bryan Dougher went cold, scoring only 4 points, the big plays down the stretch were made by Tommy Brenton and sixth man Chris Martin.

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Brenton finished with 14 points and nine rebounds, and Martin added 14 points and three steals. After New Hampshire pulled within two at 65-63, Brenton rebounded a miss by Dougher to maintain possession until Martin was fouled and made both with 15 seconds left. Martin then added a steal leading to a dunk for the final margin.

The victory was the fourth straight for the Seawolves (11-5, 3-0), who remained tied with Vermont for first place in the America East conference. For complete details of the game, here's a link to the story by Newsday's Kimberley Martin: