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Warney has 20 points, 11 rebounds as Stony Brook upsets conference leader Albany 59-56

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ALBANY, New York — Jameel Warney had 20 points and 11 rebounds as Stony Brook knocked off American East Conference leader Albany 59-56 on Tuesday night to end the Great Danes' 13-game win streak.

Albany (18-8 12-1) had a chance to tie at the end but the Stony Brook defense forced Evan Singletary to take a deep 3-point shot with five seconds left. He was off the mark and Warney pulled down the rebound to secure the win.

Albany led through most of the second half until Scott King's layup at the 9:38 mark started a 14-4 run to give Stony Brook (18-10, 9-4) a 55-49 advantage with 3:51 left.

Singletary hit a jumper and made two free throws to close to 57-56 with 1:24 left. Carson Puriefoy, who finished with 15 points, made two late free throws for the win.

Sam Rowley and Ray Sanders had 12 apiece to led Albany.

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