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BC and BU Both Need Overtime to Secure Wins

Boston College and Boston University both played host for their games on Sunday afternoon, and when both games knotted up at 52 at the end of regulation, it would take overtime to give themselves winning records at home. BC, led once again by sophomore Ryan Anderson’s 23 points and career-high 19 rebounds, took on the […]

Harvard Rallies Late to Beat Boston University, 65-64

The Harvard Crimson finally pushed their record above .500 Tuesday night, riding performances from freshman Siyani Chambers and sophomore Wesley Saunders, who scored 21 and 16 points respectively. Their win came with just 4 seconds remaining in the game against Boston University, when Chambers knocked down a huge jumper. Harvard had been trailing since halftime […]

No Experience Needed as Harvard Beats BC 79-63

The Boston College Eagles played host to the Harvard Crimson on Wednesday night, but could not stop their opponents from across the Charles River as Harvard went on to win 79-63 inside the Conte Forum. The game see-sawed in the first half for the first twelve minutes or so, with BC making its first six […]

Vermont Proves Too Much to Handle For Crimson

In a fast-paced game that featured four ties in the first three minutes, the Vermont Catamounts held off the Harvard Crimson in an 85-78 shootout. Tommy Amaker’s squad struggled at the free throw line all night, and the lack of discipline seemed rolled over into their defensive strategies as well. To their credit, the Crimson […]

Boston vs. Goliath – The Current State of College Basketball in Boston

More so than any other sport, college basketball is a sport of perennial powerhouses. Establishing an institution to be synonymous with a sport itself takes years, and only a select few have been able to earn the right within the basketball community including Duke, Indiana, UConn, North Carolina and Kansas. In arguably the greatest sports […]