LOWELL, Mass. -- Makale Foreman scored 19 points, including a go-ahead 3-pointer that bounced high off the rim before dropping through the cylinder, and Stony Brook defeated UMass Lowell 84-76 Wednesday night at the Tsongas Center.
Stony Brook led 39-36 at halftime but used a 13-0 run and held UMass Lowell scoreless for 6 minutes to lead 58-48 by the 8:30 mark.
The River Hawks (8-14, 2-5) used a 15-3 rally to pull ahead, 63-61 before Foreman and Latimer answered with consecutive 3-pointers. Latimer shortly thereafter also drained another trey to open a 70-65 lead with 3:10 to go and the Seawolves held on.
Christian Lutete had 27 points and eight rebounds for the River Hawks, who have lost four games in a row. Obadiah Noel added 20 points and nine rebounds. Connor Withers had 14 points and seven rebounds.
Stony Brook matches up against Maryland-Baltimore County at home on Saturday. UMass Lowell plays New Hampshire at home on Saturday.
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