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.
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: http://is.gd/62kLZ.