Stony Brook 76, Cornell 53

Anthony Jackson scored 20 points and freshman Jameel Warney

scored 19 with 11 rebounds as Stony Brook defeated Cornell 76-53

Wednesday night in a nonconference game.

Two layups by Warney and a 3-pointer by Jackson launched a 14-0

run that gave the Seawolves (5-2) a 33-19 lead with 5:04 remaining

in the first half. Warney had 13 points and Jackson 11 in the

half.

Johnathan Gray scored 17 points to lead the Big Red (3-5), who

never got closer than 11 points in the second half.

Other than Gray’s 6-for-8 shooting, including 5 of 6 from

3-point range, Cornell shot 26.3 percent (10 of 38).

Tommy Brenton added nine points, six rebounds, six assists and

three steals for Stony Brook, as coach Steve Pikiell picked up his

100th victory against 120 losses in eight seasons with the

Seawolves. In the past three-plus seasons his record is 64-39.