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Women’s Hoops Matches Nation’s Longest Winning Streak with Victory at Binghamton

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With a 67-60 victory against host Binghamton on Wednesday night, the Stony Brook women’s basketball team matched the Zags for the nation’s longest winning streak at 16 games.

The Seawolves improved to 19-1 overall, eclipsing the program’s 1986-87 squad for the best 20-game start in program history.

Stony Brook continued to validate its recent national attention, too.

The Seawolves received the program’s first-ever vote in the USA TODAY/WCBA coaches poll and were named the NCAA’s Team of the Week on Tuesday. The Seawolves also held firm at No. 11 in the CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Poll.

“I was a good team win,” guard Kaela Hilaire said. “We played one of the best teams in the conference today but we came out and played Stony Brook basketball as a team on both ends of the floor.”

Read more at stonybrookathletics.com.

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