Men’s basketball has had a pretty neat weekend. After a disappointing 2011 regular season, which was fraught with injuries, the Seawolves are making a last-minute push for an America East conference championship and a bid to the NCAA tournament. Fifth ranked Stony Brook has one two straight games Hartford, CT for the America East conference tournament this weekend, giving new meaning to a season of setbacks. Their first game was on Saturday, March 5, against fourth ranked Albany in the quarterfinals. Senior Chris Martin, who is averaging 7 points per game, helped his collegiate career stretch to another game, after dropping 18 on Albany to help Stony Brook edge past the Great Danes, 67-61. The win must have been sweet revenge for the Seawolves, who lost to Albany in both of their meetings during the regular season. “I knew I didn’t play [in] a lot of games this year. I…