— Javante McCoy had a season-high 27 points as Boston University narrowly beat Binghamton 68-63 on Saturday.
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- Full Schedule
— Javante McCoy scored 17 points and his two foul shots with 1:31 to play sent Boston University past George Washington 56-54 on Wednesday night.
— Javante McCoy buried a 3-pointer with two seconds left in the game to lift Boston University to a 61-60 win over Merrimack on Sunday.
— Freshman Matthew Cleveland scored 17 points and his put-back basket with 2.1 seconds left in overtime helped Florida State fight off Boston University's upset bid with an...
— Javante McCoy posted 14 points as Boston University topped Sam Houston State 72-59 on Monday.
— Javante McCoy had 18 points to lead six Boston University players in double figures as the Terriers got past Northern Illinois 76-58 on Sunday in the Jacksonville, Classic.
— Walter Whyte had 21 points as Boston University held on to beat Hartford 75-70 on Thursday night.
— Chris Doherty had 16 points and 10 rebounds and Northeastern held off Boston University for a 49-48 victory on Tuesday night.
— Ishmael Leggett had 18 points and Ishmael El-Amin posted 13 points as Rhode Island got past Boston University 71-62 on Tuesday night in a season opener.
— Tucker Richardson, Jack Ferguson and Jordan Burns scored 16 points apiece as Colgate defeated Boston University 77-69 in the Patriot League Conference tournament quarterfinals on Saturday.
— Walter Whyte had 19 points and eight rebounds and Sukhmail Mathon posted 16 points, seven rebounds and three blocks as Boston University beat Lehigh 69-58 in the Patriot League Conference Tourney first round on Wednesday night.
— Alex King scored 19 points and his 16-foot fadeaway jump shot with 1.1 seconds left sent Army past Boston University 57-55 on Sunday.
— Jonas Harper posted 18 points and six rebounds as Boston University defeated Army 75-63 on Saturday.
— Jordan Burns posted 15 points, seven assists and six rebounds as Colgate stretched its win streak to 10 games, defeating Boston University 78-63 on Sunday.
— Tucker Richardson and Nelly Cummings scored 17 points apiece as Colgate won its ninth straight game, defeating Boston University 82-72 on Saturday. Jeff Woodward added 15 points for the Raiders. Cummings also had six rebounds, while Woodward posted...
— Walter Whyte registered 17 points as Boston University topped Holy Cross 78-69 on Wednesday.
— Javante McCoy scored 21 points with six assists as Boston University beat Holy Cross 86-68 on Sunday.
— Javante McCoy posted 14 points as Boston University narrowly defeated Lafayette 64-61 on Sunday night.
— Javante McCoy had 16 points, including four free throws in the final 20 seconds, and nine rebounds as Boston University edged past Lafayette 81-76 on Saturday.
Lonnie Grayson had 21 points as Army beat Boston University 76-65 on Sunday.
— Alex King had 20 points as Army defeated Boston University 79-59 on Saturday.
— Jordan Burns posted 17 points, six rebounds and six assists as Colgate romped past Boston University 89-45 on Sunday night.
— Jordan Burns had 26 points as Colgate defeated Boston University 86-79 on Saturday night.
From Baylor to Winthrop, there are more undefeated teams than usual for this time of year. They'll probably all lose at some point. But when?
— Gerrale Gates scored 19 points, Austin Butler added 18 and Holy Cross edged past Boston University 68-66 on Tuesday in a game both teams wore masks.