NCAA Basketball

Boston University Terriers (17-13)


Sat. 2/11 Wed. 2/15 Sun. 2/19 Wed. 2/22 Sat. 2/25
vs. Ly-Md 
W 78-63
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@ Colg 
W 69-68
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vs. Buck 
L 66-86
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@ Army 
L 62-73
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@ HolyCr 
W 71-68
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Scanlon, Alston help Boston to 71-68 win in OT, No. 2 seed

WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) Tyler Scanlon hit back-to-back baskets to lift Boston University into the lead and Justin Alston added the clinching free throws with nine seconds remaining in a 71-68 defeat of Holy Cross in overtime on Saturday.

The season-closing win secured the No. 2 seed for Boston U (17-13, 12-6) in next week's Patriot League Tournament.

Scanlon finished with 19 points and Alston added 11 with 10 rebounds. Cedric Hankerson chipped in 14 points and Eric Fanning 13.

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Leaders
Points: E. Fanning14.9
Rebounds: J. Alston6.2
Assists: K. Foreman4.6
FG%: No qualifiers
FT%: E. Fanning77.5%
3P%: T. Scanlon40.7%
Steals: C. Hankerson2.0
Blocks: J. Alston0.7
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Gonzaga29-1
2 Villanova27-3
3 Kansas26-3
4 Arizona26-4
5 UCLA26-3
6 Oregon26-4
7 Louisville22-6
8 North Carolina25-5
9 Baylor23-6
10 Duke22-7
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Gonzaga29-1
2 Villanova27-3
3 Kansas26-3
4 Arizona26-4
5 UCLA26-3
6 Louisville22-6
7 Oregon26-4
8 North Carolina25-5
9 Baylor23-6
10 Kentucky24-5
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Patriot League Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
Bucknell 15-3 23-8
Lehigh 12-6 18-11
Boston University 12-6 17-13
Navy 10-8 15-15
Holy Cross 9-9 15-16
Loyola Maryland 8-10 14-15
Colgate 8-10 10-21
Army West Point 6-12 12-18
Lafayette 5-13 9-20
American University 5-13 8-21
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 72.9 (189)
Rebounds: 10.0 (212)
Assists: 14.2 (131)
FG%: 44.5% (175)
FT%: 69.2% (200)
3P%: 35.9% (136)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 70.4 (127)
Rebounds: 25.4 (161)
Assists: 13.9 (227)
FG%: 42.7% (119)
FT%: 67.7% (51)
3P%: 36.3% (254)
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