Stony Brook Basketball Schedule: 2008-09

    
November 21st, 2008
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Schedule (key games in bold)

 

November 14th Maryland-Eastern Shore

November 18th @ Lafayette (Leopards won last year's meeting in overtime)

November 22nd Wagner

November 25th American (host defending Patriot League champs)

November 29th @ Columbia

December 2nd NJIT (Highlanders went 0-29 last year)

December 5th Lehigh

December 7th Mount Ida

December 10th Hofstra (Charles Jenkins is one of the better guards in the area)

December 15th @ Connecticut (Coach Pikiell visits the alma mater)

December 28th @ St. Peter's (winnable game following 13-day finals/holiday break)

December 31st @ Air Force (Clune Arena should have Seawolves more than ready for America East road trips)

January 3rd @ UMBC (Retrievers won America East last season)

January 5th @ Binghamton MSG Network

January 8th Maine (home conference opener against last-place team in 07-08)

January 13th @ Dartmouth

January 17th Vermont (71-70 OT win at home on Feb. 17th ended SBU's 10-game skid)

January 19th @ Boston University

January 23rd @ Albany MSG Network

January 25th @ Hartford (lost two games to the Hawks by a combined four points)

January 28th New Hampshire

January 31st UMBC (SBU lost all three meetings by double digits in 07-08)

February 3rd @ Maine

February 7th Binghamton

February 12th Albany MSG Network

February 15th @ Vermont

February 18th Boston University

February 26th Hartford (could need this one to stay out of 8/9 conference tourney game)

March 1st @ New Hampshire

March 7-9th America East Tournament (Albany, NY; final on March 15th at highest remaining seed)

 

Goal: Avoid the first round (8th seed vs. 9th seed) game of the America East Tournament on March 7th.

 

Possible win total: Eleven, with a chance for more depending on how ready the newcomers are.