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Lucas Woodhouse, Akwasi Yeboah pace Stony Brook past Brown

Lucas Woodhouse scored 27 points and Akwasi Yeboah added 20 as Stony Brook beat Brown, 92-89, on Saturday afternoon in Providence, Rhode Island.

Bryan Sekunda fed Yebo ah for a breakaway dunk to give SBU (5-8) a 90-85 lead with 23 seconds left. Kameron Mitchell went 2-for-4 from the free-throw line in the final nine seconds.

Woodhouse shot 5-for-8 from beyond the arc and 6-for-6 from the free-throw line and added five assists. Yeboah shot 4-for-6 from outside the arc.

“I told these guys before that this would be a fun game to play in,” Seawolves coach Jeff Boals said. “Just given the way they [the Bears] play with their offensive prowess and lack of defense, we knew we were going to get great looks and great shots and it was going to come down to who made the stop when they needed it, and we got a big one there at the end.”

Tavon Blackmon led five Brown shooters in double figures with 19 points. Brandon Anderson added 18. Brown (9-5) had won four straight games.

SBU women edge Missouri-KC. Davion Wingate’s three-point play with 4.8 seconds remaining lifted the Stony Brook women’s basketball team to a 57-55 victory over Missouri-Kansas City at Island Federal Credit Union Arena.

Wingate, who scored 15 of her 19 points in the second half, took a pass from a driving Kori Bayne-Walker for the winning basket.

Bayne-Walker had eight points, eight assists and five rebounds. Christa Scognamiglio added nine points and six rebounds.

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