By the Numbers: Breakdown of BU’s recent 3-point success

Edit: This story was updated on Feb. 20, 2019. The last version incorrectly noted forward Jack Hemphill was out due to suspension. Hemphill did not play due to "coach's decision." Behind season-high 14 3-pointers, the Boston University Terriers defeated interstate rival Holy Cross, 70-60, at the Hart Center on Monday night. Coincidentally, that's the most …

After an 81-73 loss to Loyola, BU needs more from Tyler Scanlon

Edit: This story was updated with comments from head coach Joe Jones. Boston University forward Tyler Scanlon was once the team's icon of stability. Lately, he's looked like anything but that. Scanlon struggled with just 3 points on 1-of-6 shooting on Saturday, and the poor play continued on Wednesday evening, when the Loyola Greyhounds overcame …

By the Numbers: Quick Hitter After Week 1 of Patriot League Play

A week into Patriot League play, the Boston University Terriers have split their conference record (1-1) and sit just above .500 (8-7). Few of their losses felt winnable, but at the end of the day, it's a roster that relies on six freshmen as part of its regular rotation. That means two things: (1) Challenges, …

By the Numbers: What’s Gone Wrong During the Three-Game Losing Streak?

The Boston University Terriers were expected to struggle in their longest road trip in 14 years. There are more freshmen in the rotation than those who aren't, and such a trip, especially over a holiday break, can be a tough pill to swallow for such a young team. Those projections weren't wrong, as the young …

By the Numbers: The 3-Point Discrepancy

.250. Among other areas, the Boston University Terriers have been able to successfully contain their opponents from the 3-point line in this early season. Opponents are shooting 19-for-76 (25 percent) against the Terriers, and that percentage ranks 55th in the country at the moment. This number isn't skewed by their matchup against Division III Emerson …