Bethune-Cookman Defeats BU, 74-66, in the Last Game of 2018

Coming off a 24-point loss against Quinnipiac, the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats survived a late rally by Boston University to defeat the Terriers, 74-66, on Friday evening. Down 14 points with 11:41 remaining in the game, BU (7-6) went on an 11-0 run to make it 55-52 with 7:06 left. The game remained a one-possession match with …

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Terriers to Host Bethune-Cookman for the Final Non-Conference Game of the Season

In their final game before the holidays, the Boston University Terriers will remain home after Saturday's win over Nicholls State to welcome the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats on Friday evening. The Terriers will launch Patriot League play on the road against American when they return on Jan. 2. In the two teams' lone matchup last season, the …

BU Controls the Pace, Defeats Nicholls State, 75-63

During the first half, Boston University head coach Joe Jones used his wide hands to signal sophomore guard Javante McCoy: Slow down. While BU could outrun Nicholls State's smothering full court press at times, the team had lost control of its pace. Upon noticing the coach's cue, the team's action played at half-speed. Spending a …

Behind a Big Second Half, Dartmouth Defeats the Terriers, 78-68

After a competitive first half that remained close all throughout, the Dartmouth Big Green rode junior guard Brendan Barry's 21 second-half points to defeat the Boston University Terriers, 78-68, at the Leede Arena tonight. Coming off a nine-day break since last playing their game on Dec. 4, the Terriers (6-5) looked well rested but were …

Terriers Find Success in Return Home, Beat UMass Lowell, 79-60

Returning home for the first time in six games, the Boston University Terriers seemed to be at a familiar yet foreign land. Facing UMass Lowell's run-and-gun style, the Terriers quickly allowed a 10-2 run, and when sophomore guard Javante McCoy recorded the team's fourth turnover in the game's first three minutes, head coach Joe Jones …