Stony Brook (19-5, 7-2 America East) sits alone in second place in the conference, trailing Vermont (8-1) by one game.
Jeff Otchere and Jaron Cornish added 11 points apiece for the Seawolves, who held the Bearcats to 36-percent shooting and outrebounded them 51-33. Cornish and Akwasi Yeboah each dished out six of Stony Brook's 21 assists.
Binghamton hit three straight 3s in a 9-2 run and closed to 41-34 in the second half, but the Seawolves replied with a 9-4 run and led by 16 with 12:21 to play and were never threatened.
Olaniyi, Yeboah, Latimer and Cornish each made 3s and the Seawolves jumped to a 22-10 lead, doubled the Bearcats at 37-18 and led 39-25 at halftime.
Coach K, Duke land blue-chip '20 guard Steward
D.J. Steward, a five-star shooting guard in the 2020 class, selected Duke over Texas and Louisville, giving Mike Krzyzewski his third five-star recruit in next year's group.
Spinal surgery gives UConn's Hurley new outlook
Less than two weeks after having surgery for a degenerative spinal condition that required replacing two disks in his neck with artificial ones, UConn coach Dan Hurley is back at work full-time.
N.Y. senator proposes bill to pay college athletes
New York state Sen. Kevin Parker proposed a bill that includes an amendment that would require college athletic departments to give a 15% share of annual revenue to student-athletes.