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Men’s basketball closes out Colgate in 2nd half

Building off of momentum from the past few games, the Boston University men’s basketball team won its third straight contest, beating Colgate University 76-74 on the road in Hamilton, N.Y. The Terriers (18-8, 11-2 Patriot League) have now won three consecutive games for the first time in more than three weeks. With the victory, BU […]

Women’s basketball set to clash with Raiders for 2nd time

Following a successful weekend against Lafayette College, the Boston University women’s basketball team will look to get a winning streak going back home at Case Gymnasium Wednesday evening when it takes on Colgate University. The Terriers (9-16, 4-8 Patriot League) faced the Raiders (5-18, 1-11 Patriot League) in Hamilton, N.Y., Jan. 15. BU left that game with […]

Men’s basketball readies for final 6 Patriot League contests

With just six games left in the regular season before the Patriot League tournament, each game becomes more important for the Boston University men’s basketball team. During this final stretch, the Terriers will try to secure home-court advantage throughout the tournament, starting with Wednesday’s matchup against Colgate University. Heading into Wednesday, BU (17-8, 10-2 Patriot League) […]

Alston leads Terrier offense with 17 points

In a blowout 88-54 win over Lafayette College Saturday, the Boston University men’s basketball team got its offense from an unlikely source. For the first time all season, the story was not about sophomore guard Maurice Watson Jr., or senior guard D.J. Irving, but rather, the play of sophomore forward Justin Alston. Alston, who, entering the […]

Men’s basketball victorious over Lafayette

Coming off of a bounce-back win against the U.S. Naval Academy, the Boston University men’s basketball team continued to build momentum Saturday with an 88-54 victory over Lafayette College. The Terriers (17-8, 10-2 Patriot League) entered the game ranked second in the Patriot League behind American University. A win against the Leopards (6-17, 2-10 Patriot League), would […]