Hillier, Cook Combine for 11 as #15 Stony Brook Sinks Siena

Stony Brook led 13-3 at the intermission en route to another blowout victory.

The Numbers Game
Seven different Seawolves netted a goal for Stony Brook, including a multi-goal game for Emily Mercier, who scored twice.

Stony Brook caused six turnovers and held a 16-9 advantage in the draw control circle.

SBU was a perfect 11 for 11 in clear attempts, while Siena went 6 for 9.

Cook controlled five draws, while Michelle Rubino controlled four. Lauren Smith recorded a game-best six draw controls for the Saints.

SBU picked up 15 ground balls compared to 11 by Siena. Kupres paced the Seawolves with five ground balls.

Hannah Perruccio tallied one save and let in one goal

News and Notes
Cook moved into sole possession of fourth all-time at Stony Brook in career goals with 115, passing Melissa Cook, who scored 112 goals from 2008-11. She also tied Samantha Dhaja for fifth all-time in career draw controls with 100 controlled draws. Cook is in her second full season at SB after transferring from Adelphi for her junior year.

Petersen, who also transferred from Adelphi last season, now has 157 career points, which tops Danielle Werner for fourth all-time on SBU's career points ledger. Werner finished her four-year playing career with 153 points.

The Seawolves have hit double-digits in goals in eight of their first 10 contests.

Stony Brook is 5-0 all-time against Siena.

Up Next
The Seawolves wrap up their busy week of four games in seven days Tuesday, March 26 with their final nonconference opponent of the year, Fresno State. First draw is slated for 7:00 p.m. at LaValle Stadium.

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