Sabre Proctor's 26 points lead Stony Brook past Maine, 73-65

Stony Brook's Sabre Proctor is fouled in the Stony Brook's Sabre Proctor is fouled in the paint by Maine's Liz Wood. (Feb. 23, 2013) Photo Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

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Junior Sabre Proctor scored a career-high 26 points as Stony Brook tied its Division I single-season victory record with a 73-65 win over visiting Maine in an America East women's basketball game Saturday.

It was the fifth straight win for Stony Brook (20-7, 10-3), which matched the single-season record of 20 set in 2005-06.

Brittany Snow added 12 points and Jessica Ogunnorin had 11 points and 10 rebounds.

Adelphi 87, Pace 50: Jessica Kitrys had 19 points and became Adelphi's all-time leading scorer with 1,598 points, surpassing the mark of 1,590 set by Margaret Pape (1981-84). The Panthers are 20-5, 13-5 in the Northeast-10.

LIU Post 71, St. Thomas Aquinas 58: Shayna Gatling had 16 points and Chelsea Williams 15 as Post (19-5, 16-2 ECC) won its seventh straight game.

NYIT 94, Mercy 54: Alex Venuto had 26 points and 10 rebounds to lift NYIT (16-8, 12-6 ECC).

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Molloy 70, District of Columbia 59: Kelly Guerriero had 22 points for Molloy (13-11, 10-7 ECC).

Roberts Wesleyan 64, Dowling 57: Ejerta Kamille had 18 points for Dowling (10-14, 8-10 ECC).

Susquehanna 80, USMMA 68: Demi Vanderwal's 19 points led USMMA (12-12, 6-8 Landmark).

MEN'S BASKETBALLLIU Post 64, St. Thomas Aquinas 57: Vaughn Allen led Post (16-10, 11-7 ECC) with 17 points and 12 rebounds.

NIYT 89, Mercy 79: Phil Izevbehal had 22 points and Kachl Nzerem added 21 for NYIT (10-14, 8-10 ECC).

Daemen 100, Dowling 92: Corwin Austin had 24 points for Dowling (19-6, 16-3 ECC).

Pace 69, Adelphi 51: Duane Morgan had 15 points and 11 rebounds for Adelphi (5-20, 3-16 Northeast).

Susquehanna 87, USMMA 77: Zach Karczewski's 20 points and 10 rebounds led USMMA (12-13, 6-8 Landmark).

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WOMEN'S LACROSSE

Notre Dame 8, Stony Brook 7: Dorrien Van Dyke had three goals and Courtney Murphy two for visiting Stony Brook (2-1), which rallied from a 7-2 second-half deficit.

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