ORONO, Maine -- The University of Maine men's basketball team hosts the first-place Stony Brook Seawolves on Maine's Senior Day at 1 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets are available by calling 581-BEAR or online at www.GoBlackBearsTickets.com.
The Black Bears are coming off a 73-61 loss at Vermont.
Fraser became just the second player since 1980 (when blocks were kept as stat) to notch 500 rebounds (547) and 100 blocks (100) at Maine since Jeff Cross who played 1981-84.
Stony Brook is coming off an 83-39 win over UMBC.
The Seawolves were led by Anthony Jackson who had 14 points, five assists and three rebounds while Jameel Warney had 13 points, three rebounds and three assists.
The Seawolves defeated the Black Bears earlier this season on Long Island by the score of 79-69; Justin Edwards led Maine with 19 points and 13 points in the contest while Valjarevic added 21 points.
Maine's Mike Allison currently has 128 blocks which put him fifth in program history, and also has 494 rebounds and will look to join Fraser and Jeff Cross in the 500-rebound, 100-block club at UMaine.
Valjarevic is looking for his eighth double-digit scoring effort in the last 10 games and his fourth 20-point nine in eight games.
Stony Brook is trying to clinch a share of the America East title with a win.