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Men’s basketball earns No. 1 seed in Patriot League Tournament

WORCESTER – Coming into Saturday’s matchup against the College of the Holy Cross, the Boston University men’s basketball team had a lot at stake. A win would clinch the regular season Patriot League title and guarantee home-court advantage throughout the upcoming Patriot League Tournament. Aided by the performances of senior forward Dom Morris and senior guard […]

Women’s basketball seniors shine during final home game

It was an emotional day for the Boston University women’s basketball team, as the Terriers honored their four graduating seniors in forward Rashidat Agboola, forward Whitney Turner, guard Danielle Callahan and guard Melissa Gallo, during the final regular season home game of the year against the College of the Holy Cross Saturday afternoon at Case […]

Black Knight offense surges in 2nd half

With a chance to pick up a victory in the Patriot League, the Boston University women’s basketball team welcomed in the U.S. Military Academy Wednesday night at Case Gymnasium. The Terriers, beleaguered by second-half shooting issues, fell to the Black Knights, 75-48. “We played really good in the first half,” said BU coach Kelly Greenberg. “We played […]

BU clinches share of 1st place in Patriot League

The Boston University men’s basketball team came out with a narrow 71-70 victory against the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, N.Y.Wednesday night. With this win, the Terriers (21-9, 14-3 Patriot League) clinched at least a share of first place in the conference. The Black Knights (13-15, 9-8 Patriot League), on the other hand, finish the […]

Women’s basketball continues to adjust to Patriot League

Coming into the season with high hopes, the Boston University women’s basketball team has struggled to keep up with the competition in its inaugural season in the Patriot League. The Terriers (11-19, 6-11 Patriot League) had a hard time early in the conference portion of the schedule and now sit in seventh place in the […]