Stony Brook broke open a close game midway through the first half and dominated the rest of the way, pounding out an 83-39 win Tuesday night over Maryland-Baltimore County.
The Retrievers (6-20, 4-9 America East)made 10 of their first 19 shots on their way to a 23-16 lead. However, they made just five more field goals the rest of the game and managed just 10 second half points on the way to their worst defeat of the season.
The Seawolves (20-6, 11-2), who have now won 17 straight home conference games, used a 31-6 run to erase a seven-point deficit and went into halftime leading 47-29.
In the second half, the Seawolves continued to exert their dominance, extending their lead to more than 40 points while clamping down on the Retrievers.
Anthony Jackson led five Seawolves in double figures with 15 points, as 10 different players scored. The Seawolves shot 52 percent from the field (30 of 58) and outrebounded the Retrievers, 46-31.
Ryan Cook made six of the Retrievers 15 field goals and scored 15 points, as they shot just 26 percent (15 of 57) from the field, including a paltry 3 of 25 on 3-pointers.