Four double-digit scores as women’s basketball hits Penn on Friday night

STONY BROOK, NY – For the third time in its last four games, the Stony Brook University women’s basketball team (8-1) has registered at least four double-digit student-athletes en route to victory.

The Seawolves knocked out Penn (4-7), 75-69, Friday night inside the Island Federal Arena behind the quartet of graduate forwards Pagan india, junior guard Gigi gonzález, senior guard Earlette Scott, and graduate onwards Leighah-Amori wool all double-digit scores.

Pagan led the way with a season-high 20 points on an effective 8-of-15 shot from the floor as she dominated at the bottom. Gonzalez finished the game with 14 points and did most of her damage in the game in the second half as she totaled nine points in the last 20 minutes. Scott and Wool each added 10 points apiece as they helped the Seawolves claim their eighth win of the season.

After a back and forth in the first half, Stony Brook used a 12-0 streak that continued from the first half through the second to strengthen his lead. The Seawolves were able to go ahead, 43-36, at the end of the scoring push. After that run, Stony Brook never looked back as he led the rest of the competition and claimed his eighth win of the season at the top of the conference.

The Seawolves’ lead grew to 13 points in the fourth quarter as Gonzalez gave Stony Brook her biggest advantage of the game as she converted a driving layup with 6:35 left. Penn responded and moved closer to five points from the lead with 4:52 left in the game, but the Seawolves were able to fend off the Quakers’ return attempt.


  • Pagan finished the night with a high 20 points after a strong first half where she scored 16 points. The forward took eight rebounds and scored her 600e career rebound in the contest. She shot 8 of 15 from the field and a perfect 4 of 4 from the free throw line. Pagan also distributed two assists in 31 minutes of play.
  • Gonzalez scored 14 points on 4 of 9 shots from the field and had a perfect 5 of 5 from the free throw line. The goalie recorded five rebounds, a season-high, gave out three assists and slipped two steals. Gonzalez scored nine of his 14 points in the second half of the game. She has scored in double digits in seven of nine games this season.
  • Vargas-Reyes has been included in the starting lineup for the first time this season. The senior scored six points and had 14 rebounds, a season-high and a career-high. The 14 rebounds were the most important in a Seawolf game since Cheyenne clark totaled 16 rebounds against Bucknell on Dec. 29, 2019.
  • Scott and Wool each finished with 10 points each for Stony Brook.
  • First year care Erin turral scored nine points and distributed three assists in his second college game.
  • The Seawolves shot at a high pace from the free throw line as they rose to 15 of 17 (88.2%) of the strip.
  • Stony Brook is now 7-0 when overtaking his opponent, this time beating the Quakers on the boards 44-38.
  • The Seawolves improve to 4-0 at Island Federal Arena this season and to 50-11 at home since 2017-18.
  • Stony Brook dominated in the paint, scoring 42 of his points from the lowest.


“I’m proud of how we found a way to win – we were resilient today. We had a lot of parts and moving parts; I’m really glad they locked for 40 minutes and had been able to be resilient, kept on fighting and found a way. I’m glad I won just before a long break. Overall, I’m just proud of how they continue to be resilient, to grow and to overcome all the adversity we had, “said head coach Ashley langford.

“Everyone knows their role, everyone knows what blows to take, everyone knows the strengths and weaknesses of the other. We play very well together and, of course, it has been seen on the pitch”, a Pagan said about the keys to Stony Brook’s offensive success.

“I knew today was going to be a competitive game, they came out playing super hard. I thought I had to play harder and harder because I knew it was going to be a physical game so I was prepared for that, “Vargas -Reyes on physical play throughout the game.


The Seawolves are back on the field on Tuesday, Dec. 21 at 1 p.m., when they travel to Nassau County to take on Hofstra in the Battle of Long Island. Stony Brook is the winner of each of the last four meetings with Pride and has taken a 63-52 victory over them in the last meeting on December 14, 2020.

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