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Terriers Finish the Second Week of Conference Play Behind Vermont

Trio of Terriers Leads BU to Third Straight Victory Coming off a stellar offensive game against the University of Hartford, where Corey Lowe and John Holland eclipsed the 30 point mark in the same game for the first time in school history, three BU players scored at least 20 points to lead the Terriers past […]

Maryland Pounds Eagles into Last Place in ACC

It wasn’t over before it started, but it was soon there after. For the entire 40 minutes of Saturday’s game, Maryland had the upper hand against Boston College. When the final buzzer sounded the Terrapins squashed the Eagles 73-57. The loss is the third straight conference game in which the Eagles have allowed their opponents […]

BC Can’t Continue Success In Paint, Falls to Duke

Tyler Roche had just stolen the ball from Nolan Smith, the game’s eventual leading scorer. Corey Raji leaked out of the congestion in Duke’s offensive zone and Roche spotted him in the open frontcourt. The Boston College forward lobbed the pass perfectly over the Duke defender landing just feet ahead Raji with only blue court […]

Terrier Duo Sets Scoring Record for Second Conference Victory

Never had there been a game in Boston University’s 101 years of men’s basketball history where two Terrier teammates scored 30 points a piece in the same game. That statement was true until Saturday against the University of Hartford, where two men finally accomplished this feat. Junior John Holland and senior Corey Lowe scored 32 […]

Terriers Hang Tough to Knock Off Conference Foe UNH

Coming off a tough trio of games over the holiday season, the Boston University Terrier basketball team looked to rebound from a two game losing streak against their America East counterpart New Hampshire Wildcats. Coach Pat Chambers understood that this game would be vital to boosting his teams confidence, as BU will have to play seven […]

Clemson Hands BC First Conference Loss

Boston College faced its most difficult test of the season in Clemson, South Carolina and could not come up with a passing grade. The No. 21 Tigers trounced the Eagles 72-56. With the loss the Eagles now fall to 1-1 in the ACC. At halftime, Clemson had a 12 point cushion and it only grew in the second. […]

Winter Break Recap for Terrier Basketball

The Boston University basketball team played three contests over this holiday season, avenging their 2008 loss against Mount St. Mary’s 86-77, but were outmatched by Dayton 74-60, and struggled against America East rival Stony Brook, falling 84-75.  The Terriers have fallen three games under the .500 mark to 5-8 and 0-1 in conference play.  Coach […]

FINALLY! BC Takes Care of Mid-Major NJIT

What’s the best way to forget struggles against mid-major opponents? The New Jersey Institute of Technology. The former Division II program visited Conte Forum, but Boston College must have not receieved the memo NJIT is now Divison I. The Eagles acted as if the Highlanders didn’t belong on the same court, winning 89-32. For the […]

Eagles Slip By Gamecocks As 23 Point Lead Disappears

When the clock read triple zero and fans filed out of Conte Forum, Boston College had beaten South Carolina by a margin of nine points, 85-76. As it entered the locker room at halftime, the margin was more than double at 21. Just 100 seconds earlier the Eagles’ cushion stood at 23. Whatever was said […]

Mid-Major Problems: Sloppy Play Lead to Eagles Second Straight Loss

Another mid-major opponent, another major problem for Boston College. With a 80-69 loss Sunday night to Rhode Island the Eagles are now 3-4 against mid-major teams this season. On the flip side, against the so called “power conferences”, BC boasts a flawless 3-0 record beating Providence (Big East), Michigan (Big Ten), and Miami (ACC). Coming off […]

BU Holds Off the Tough Bison by 10 at Agganis

Many people are not familiar with Lewisburg, Pennsylvania’s Bucknell University, famous for their 2005 NCAA tournament upset over the #3 seeded Kansas Jayhawks. Several students at the game muttered to each other, “Where is Bucknell University located?” Terrier Dominance in the First Half The small, private liberal arts school from Western PA, did not show […]

Lin, Wright Lead Second Half Comeback to Upset Eagles

Play with fire enough and you will eventually get burned. Consider the Eagles torched. Boston College, for the fourth consecutive game, played a sloppy, lifeless second half. Unfortunately for the “Super Fans” in Silvio O. Conte Forum, the Eagles did not have a double-digit cushion to make up for its lack of play resulting in […]

UConn Dominates Undermanned Terriers

Boston Unversity faced the 13th ranked University of Connecticut Huskies at the Hartford XL Center for the first time in 12 years, dating back to their preseason NIT pairing in 1997. After getting walloped by 28 points, 94-62, BU probably wishes they will not have to come back to Hartford for another 12 years. The Huskies dominated […]

BC Tops Miami Despite Another Second Half Drought

Just how head coach Al Skinner drew it up — almost. The Eagles opened conference play with a 61-60 win against Miami, ending a three game losing streak to the Hurricanes. But for the third consecutive game the Eagles dominated for 30 minutes only to almost let it slip away down the stretch. BC has won […]

Pesky Crimson Come From Behind to Surprise Terriers

A lack of depth has haunted Boston University all season, and this game’s outcome proved no different. Scott Brittain, B.J. Bailey, and Valdas Sirutis were inactive for the game against the Crimson. The upbeat, high scoring game proved costly for the lack of Terrier depth, as Harvard came out on top 78–70 on Sunday. Entering […]