VESTAL - Visiting Stony Brook (3-7-2, 2-0-1 AE) scored twice in a 13:32 second-half span to overtake Binghamton (4-5-1, 1-2 America East) 2-1 Sunday afternoon the Bearcats Sports Complex.
Trailing 1-0 to begin the second half, the Seawolves began to take control of the game and scored the equalizer in the 52nd minute when an unmarked Sa'sha Kershaw collected a pass on the right and rolled a low shot into the far corner from eight yards out.
Stony Brook netted the game-winner in the 66th minute when Dana Adamkiewicz tapped in a loose ball from close range off a corner kick.
The Bearcats looked strong in the opening stanza and took a 1-0 lead in the 37th minute when freshman midfielder Emily Pape headed in a corner kick from sophomore defender Dani Raske from inside the six.
But in a chippy game that featured 17 fouls and three yellow cards, Stony Brook began to assert itself and improved to 7-3-1 all-time against Binghamton.
Senior Jen McEachron and junior Erin Iman split the game in net with McEachron recording two saves in 45 scoreless minutes.
The Bearcats held an 11-9 edge in shots.
Binghamton hosts Hartford Thursday night.
Courtesy: Binghamton University