Albany 28 33 61
Stonybrook 22 37 59
Date of game: 3/10/2013

Recap: Stony Brook vs. Albany

Albany, NY (Sports Network) - Mike Black's layup with two seconds left lifted the fourth-seed Albany Great Danes to a thrilling 61-59 upset of the top-seed Stony Brook Seawolves in the America East Tournament semifinals at SEFCU Arena.

Black finished with 16 points, Jacob Iati tallied 14 points and Sam Rowley grabbed 11 rebounds for Albany (23-10) which faces Vermont in the finals this Saturday.

Stony Brook (24-7), which won the conference's regular season title, got 16 points from Carson Puriefoy, 15 points from Dave Coley, 10 points from Jameel Warney and 12 rebounds from Tommy Brenton.

The Great Danes led 57-49 with 1:34 remaining but the Seawolves went on a 10-2 run to knot things up at 59-59 with 12 seconds left. However Black sank the Seawolves' comeback attempt with his game-winner.

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