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BU women’s basketball, Kelly Greenberg part ways

Following multiple allegations of bullying from former players, Boston University women’s basketball and head coach Kelly Greenberg have parted ways. BU spokesman Colin Riley confirmed Greenberg’s departure. “Coach Kelly Greenberg told administrators that she is stepping down from her position as BU women’s basketball coach, effective immediately,” Riley said. In an article on ESPN.com published […]

3 men’s basketball players transfer from program

With seniors Dom Morris, Travis Robinson and D.J. Irving already leaving the program due to graduation, the Boston University men’s basketball team was dealt another huge blow Wednesday morning as sophomore point guard Maurice Watson Jr., junior forward Malik Thomas and junior forward James Kennedy all announced their plans to transfer to other schools. The […]

Men’s basketball finishes with strong 1st season in PL

After the Boston University men’s basketball team was defeated by the University of Illinois in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament and saw its season come to a close, the mood in the ensuing press conference was dismal. During that press conference, however, BU coach Joe Jones echoed a piece of wisdom spoken […]

Rice propels Fighting Illini offense in NIT

Despite the Boston University men’s basketball team’s ability to lead the University of Illinois for most of the game, Illini guard Rayvonte Rice guided his team to a 66-62 win in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament. Rice, who transferred from Drake University after his first two collegiate seasons, responded to his team’s […]

Illinois ends men’s basketball’s season with 2nd-half surge

Upon losing both the Patriot League Tournament title and its shot at the NCAA Tournament, the Boston University men’s basketball team found itself looking for a second chance heading into the National Invitation Tournament. Earlier this week, the NIT selection committee awarded the seventh-seeded Terriers (24-11) home-court advantage against the No. 2 seed University of […]