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Sophomore center Blaise Mbargorba led the Terriers with 13 points against the Crimson. PHOTO BY JUSTIN HAWK/DAILY FREE PRESS

Offensive struggles plague men’s basketball against Harvard

The Boston University men’s basketball team was unable to avoid its second loss in a row, as offensive woes led to a 70-56 defeat at the hands of Harvard University Monday night at Lavietes Pavilion. The Terriers now fall to 1-3 in away games this season. After falling short to Saint Peter’s University, 70-59, at home Saturday, the Terriers (2-6) once […]

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Sophomore guard Eric Fanning scored a career-high 17 points Saturday against Saint Peter's. PHOTO BY JUSTIN HAWK/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Men’s basketball falls to Saint Peter’s in home tilt

Fresh off its win over Binghamton University Wednesday, the Boston University men’s basketball team could not keep the momentum going Saturday, falling to Saint Peter’s University, 70-59, at Case Gym. With the loss, the struggling Terriers, fall to 1-2 at home this season. BU (2-5) struggled to contain senior Marvin Dominique, who finished with 22 points and 10 rebounds, as […]

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Junior guard Clodagh Scannell scored 16 points off the bench in Saturday's loss to Yale. PHOTO BY AMELIA WELLS/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Women’s basketball drops contest versus Yale

Looking to bounce back after falling to the University of New Hampshire Wednesday night, the Boston University women’s basketball team fell to Yale University, 66-59, in New Haven, Connecticut Saturday afternoon. Despite coming into Saturday’s game averaging fewer than five points per game, junior guard Clodagh Scannell scored 16 points off the bench. BU (3-5) also received strong offensive performances […]

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Freshman Cheddi Mosely is shooting 42.9 percent from 3-point range this season. PHOTO BY JUSTIN HAWK/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

3-point shooting woes doom Terriers against Saint Peter’s

When freshman guard Cheddi Mosely hit a 3-pointer on the opening possession of the Boston University men’s basketball team’s game against Saint Peter’s University Saturday, it looked like it might be smooth sailing for the Terriers. Unfortunately for BU (2-5), the team would make only one of its next 10 3-point attempts, as the Terriers trailed by 20 points at […]

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Men’s basketball preps for tilt with Saint Peter’s

Fresh off its first home win, the Boston University men’s basketball team will attempt to keep the momentum going when it wraps up a three-game homestand Saturday afternoon against Saint Peter’s University. Wednesday night, the Terriers (2-4) broke a streak of disappointing performances when they downed Binghamton University 77-65 at Case Gymnasium. The Terriers will aim to replicate that performance as opposed […]

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Women’s basketball to face Yale over weekend

The Boston University women’s basketball team will take on Yale University Saturday at 2 p.m. at the John L. Lee Amphitheater. The Terriers (3-4) will look to rebound against the Bulldogs (2-4), as they are coming off a disappointing 12-point loss to the University of New Hampshire Wednesday. “We have a big game coming up,” said BU coach Katy Steding. […]

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Sophomore guard Cendric Hankerson continues to influence games for the men's basketball team, scoring at least 20 points in his past four games. PHOTO BY JUSTIN HAWK/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Men’s basketball snaps losing streak against Binghamton

The Boston University men’s basketball team got back on the winning track in a big way Wednesday night, defeating Binghamton University 77-65 at Case Gym. The victory was the second this year for the Terriers (2-4) and snapped a three-game losing streak, which included a loss to No. 1 University of Kentucky and a 69-59 home defeat at the hands […]

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Women’s basketball can’t find footing against UNH

Women’s basketball can’t find footing against UNH

Coming off a tight win over Stephen F. Austin State University Saturday at the University of New Mexico Thanksgiving Tournament, the Boston University women’s basketball team could not keep up the momentum Wednesday night against the University of New Hampshire, falling 67-55. Returning home to Case Gymnasium, the Terriers (3-4) started slow, committing four turnovers in the first five minutes […]

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Success beyond arc aids men’s basketball in victory over Binghamton

Success beyond arc aids men’s basketball in victory over Binghamton

The Boston University men’s basketball team rode its sharp 3-point shooting Wednesday night to elevate itself over visiting Binghamton University in a 77-65 win at Case Gymnasium. BU (2-4) sunk a season-high 14 threes, shooting 50 percent from deep against the Bearcats (1-7). The Terriers received long-range contributions from a variety of sources, most notably from sophomore guard Cedric Hankerson. […]

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Young roster results in offensive uncertainty for women’s basketball

Inexperience plagued the Boston University women’s basketball team in its 67-55 loss to the University of New Hampshire Wednesday night. Senior forward Mollie McKendrick and sophomore forward Meghan Green had a combined 35 points, but it was not enough to put BU (3-4) past a veteran UNH (4-2) team. McKendrick earned her second consecutive double-double, and though both her and […]

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