JAMEEL WARNEY banked in a short runner with 30 seconds left to give Stony Brook its first lead and the visiting Seawolves stunned No. 13 Washington last night, 61-57.
Warney finished with 15 points, and Kameron Mitchell added 12 on 4-for-5 three-point shooting.
Stony Brook (7-5) overcame a late, 11-point deficit to upset the Huskies (11-1).
Rayshaun McGrew cut it to three and Carson Puriefoy hit a three-pointer from the left wing with 1:07 left to pull the Seawolves even at 57. Mitchell made three three-pointers during the late run. Stony Brook was 2-for-9 from three-point range in the first half, then made six of its first seven tries in the second.
Robert Upshaw had 10 points and 11 rebounds for Washington.
* At Wisconsin, Frank Kaminsky had 25 points and 11 rebounds as the No. 6 Badgers defeated Buffalo, 68-56.
Sam Dekker added 13 points for Wisconsin (12-1), which opens Big Ten play Wednesday against Penn State. Justin Moss led four Bulls (7-3) in double figures with 14 points.
Other than Kaminsky, the Badgers had a poor first half. While the senior forward went 5-for-10 from the field, the rest of the team was 5-for-22, and Wisconsin trailed 27-26 at the break. It was only the second time this season the Badgers faced a deficit at halftime.
The Badgers found their stroke in the second half and clamped down on the Bulls' penetration. Wisconsin took control with a 14-0 run.
* At Brooklyn, Sir'Dominic Pointer had a career-high 24 points in the No. 17 Red Storm's 82-57 victory over Tulane in the Brooklyn Hoops Winter Festival Tripleheader.
Pointer also added a career-high seven steals, grabbed four rebounds, had four assists and blocked two shots. The 25-point margin of victory was the largest for St. John's this season. The Red Storm has won seven straight and is 11-1 for the first time since 1985-86.
* At Northern Iowa, Nate Buss scored 14 points as the No. 23 Panthers closed out nonconference play with a 74-63 victory over South Dakota State.