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ORONO, Maine (AP) Makale Foreman scored 22 points and Miles Latimer scored 14 and Stony Brook beat Maine 73-52 in an America East Conference opener on Sunday.
Elijah Olaniyi and Jeff Otchere each scored 11 in the win.
Stony Brook (10-6) never trailed and built a 21-9 lead when Otchere threw down a dunk with 7:26 before halftime. Peter Stumer's 3-pointer five minutes later reduced the Black Bears' deficit to 29-22, but Otchere made two free throws, Olaniyi made 1 of 2 from the foul line and Foreman hit a 3 to push the lead back to double digits to end the half.
Andrew Fleming's 3 2-1/2 minutes into the second half brought Maine within 37-31, but Foreman and Latimer each wrapped 3s around an Olaniyi dunk and the Seawolves led by double figures the rest of the way.
Nedeljko Prijovic led the Black Bears (4-11) with 17 points.
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Updated January 5, 2020