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Men’s basketball travels to Navy

The Boston University men’s basketball team is one in need of a quality win. After starting Patriot League play with a 6-0 record, the Terriers have dropped two of their last four games in the conference portion of their schedule. Wednesday night, the Terriers (15-8, 8-2 Patriot League) will travel down to Annapolis, Md., for […]

Offensive struggles lead to 2 straight losses for women’s basketball

Despite trying inch back into the top of the Patriot League standings, the Boston University women’s basketball team has struggled the past few games, dropping three of the last four and back-to-back contests. The Terriers (8-15, 3-7 Patriot League) faced the top-three teams in the Patriot League in each loss, but it is the little […]

Men’s basketball gaining rebound edge down stretch

In its last few games, the Boston University men’s basketball team has demonstrated an ability to go toe-to-toe with its opponents on the glass, despite being undersized in most of its matchups. Relative to the rest of the Patriot League, the Terriers (15-8, 8-2 Patriot League), are an average rebounding team, ranking fifth in the […]

Morris, Iriving step up in loss

As the importance of each Patriot League game continues to grow, the Boston University men’s basketball team will rely on its seniors to take them deep into March. The Terriers (15-8, 8-2 Patriot League) are coming off of another overtime contest, their second in a row. On this particular occasion, however, they could not withstand […]

Lehigh prevails over men’s basketball at buzzer

Holding on to the lead in the second half has been a problem for the Boston University men’s basketball team. This Saturday that trend continued, as the Terriers blew a 15-point halftime advantage in an 82-80 overtime loss to Lehigh University at Agganis Arena. “We’ve had big leads, we’ve played really well, we have to learn how […]