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GUILDERLAND, N.Y. (AP) - Sam Rowley scored 17 points and grabbed 11 boards as Albany (NY) handed Stony Brook its first conference loss with a 77-67 victory Wednesday night.
Stony Brook went 16-9 early in the first half but Albany came back, taking the lead on a Hooley 3 with 8:36 remaining before the half and extended it to lead 38-33 at the break. In the second, the Great Danes built a double-digit lead on the free throw accuracy of Hooley and Johnson who were each 8 of 10 during the game. The Great Danes were 26 of 32 (81.3 percent) from the line overall.
The Seawolves (15-7, 7-1) committed 24 personal fouls during the game.
Jameel Warney led Stony Brook with 21 points and six rebounds.
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