STONY BROOK, N.Y. -- Dave Coley scored 15 points and America East Conference leader Stony Brook routed Binghamton 73-47 Tuesday night, sweeping the season series.
The Seawolves (18-6, 9-2), coming off a 60-55 loss at Hartford that snapped a four-game winning streak, also defeated the Bearcats 62-37 on Jan. 9.
Just like the previous matchup, Binghamton stayed close early before Stony Brook pulled away.
With the Seawolves ahead 19-17 with 8:03 to go until intermission, Jameel Warney's layup sparked a 6- run en route to a 39-26 halftime lead.
Stony Brook opened the second half with a 9-0 spurt, and eventually led by as many as 34.
Jordan Reed had 14 points and 10 rebounds to pace Binghamton (3-22, 1-11), which has lost six straight games.
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