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Lowe’s Late Jumper Lifts BU Over Northeastern

Fresh off of their first win of the season, and back at home in the friendly confines of Case Gymnasium, Boston University battled Northeastern to a 69–64 victory, which took the Terriers an extra five minutes of overtime play to defeat the Huskies. Led by CAA First Team preseason selections, Matt Janning and Manny Adako, […]

Eagles Squeak By Friars

On two separate occasions in the first half, Boston College held an 18 point lead over Providence. In the second half the Eagles needed every point of that cushion to escape the Dunkin Donuts Center with a 82-77 win. The Eagles saw the Friars take three separate second half leads, the last of which was a 77-75 […]

Terriers Take 6th in Puerto Rico Tip-Off

By Anthony Infante Boston University finished sixth out of the eight team field that participated in this past weekend’s Puerto Rico Tip-Off. This preseason tournament ran from November 19th through the 22nd and featured several of the nation’s top college basketball powerhouses, including three ranked teams, Villanova, Dayton, and Georgia Tech. All participants were scheduled to play a grueling three […]

Terriers Hurt by Poor Shooting, Fall to Colonials

Coach Patrick Chambers and the Boston University Terriers will have to wait at least until the Puerto Rico Tipoff to secure their first win of the season.  George Washington upended the Terriers 69–59 in a hard fought contest on Tuesday night, which opened the fifth basketball season for the Terriers at Agannis Arena. Teams Play […]

Boston College Basketball Preview: The Guards

Before the Eagles get deep into the meat of their schedule, here is what you need to know about this season’s backcourt. PG Fact: Boston College replaces PG Tyrese Rice, the number one scoring threat on the team, with Junior Biko Paris, a six foot guard who has averaged 4.5 points and 2.3 assists per […]

Iona Ruins Chambers’ Coaching Debut

By Anthony Infante For the second consecutive year, the Boston University Terrier basketball team has started the season off on the wrong foot. Last year, the Terriers were defeated at home by George Washington in an OT thriller by five points, and this year the Gaels of Iona ruined Coach Chambers’ debut, upending the Terriers […]