Tournament MVP Max Mahoney had 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead four players in double figures and Boston University shocked Colgate 64-61 on Wednesday night to win its first Patriot League Tournament and earn an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 80-75
- 11/10L 81-68
- 11/13L 70-54
- 11/1819L 91-62
- 11/21CORTW 89-50
- 11/24W 64-56
- 11/26W 99-81
- 11/30W 72-62
- 12/4W 82-74
- 12/8L 93-82
- 12/11W 66-58
- 12/14W 67-66
- 12/22W 89-71
- 1/2W 65-51
- 1/6W 70-65
- 1/8W 92-70
- 1/11W 70-63
- 1/15L 71-67
- 1/18W 79-70
- 1/20W 80-65
- 1/25W 79-69
- 1/29L 80-78
- 2/1W 73-64
- 2/5W 81-51
- 2/8W 67-60
- 2/10W 79-63
- 2/16L 84-80
- 2/19W 70-67
- 2/23W 90-60
- 2/26L 71-70
- 2/29W 91-65
- 3/5W 83-70
- 3/8W 89-64
- 3/11L 64-61
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Jordan Burns scored 17 points and Will Rayman had a double-double and top-seeded Colgate ran away from No. 5 seed Lafayette 89-64 on Sunday in a Patriot League Tournament semifinal game on Sunday.
Rapolas Ivanauskas scored 20 points as top-seeded Colgate led from start to finish to eliminate eighth-seeded Lehigh 83-70 in the quarterfinals of the Patriot League Conference tournament on Thursday night.
Will Rayman and Jordan Burns had double-doubles and Colgate rolled past Army 91-65 on Saturday to capture their first outright Patriot League title with a school record 14 wins.
Jimmy Sotos totaled 17 points and seven rebounds and Paul Newman made 1 of 2 free throws with 7 seconds remaining to help Bucknell upset Colgate 71-70 on Wednesday night.
Jordan Burns scored 23 points and Tucker Richardson had a double-double and Colgate smashed Holy Cross 90-60 on Sunday.
Will Rayman scored 18 points and Colgate held off Lehigh 70-67 on Wednesday night.
Santi Aldama had 22 points and Loyola (MD) surprised defeated Colgate 84-80 on Sunday.
Jordan Burns scored 15 points with six assists and made a career-high five steals and Colgate pulled away in the second half to beat Boston University 79-63 on Monday night to win its fourth straight.
Nelly Cummings scored 18 points to lead four players in double figures and Colgate topped Navy 67-60 on Saturday.
Jordan Burns had 16 points to lead five Colgate players in double figures as the Raiders routed Lehigh 81-51 on Wednesday night.
Will Rayman scored a season-high 25 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and Colgate rallied to a 73-64 win over Holy Cross on Saturday.
Myles Cherry grabbed 14 rebounds and scored 13 points, including what proved to be the game-winning layup with 1:04 remaining that gave Lafayette an 80-78 win over Colgate on Wednesday and a sweep of the Patriot League leaders.
Will Rayman scored 19 points and grabbed 16 rebounds, four players reached double-figure scoring and Colgate defeated American 79-69 Saturday.
Jordan Burns had 23 points as Colgate won its ninth straight home game, defeating Bucknell 80-65 on Monday night.
Will Rayman had a season-high 21 points plus 13 rebounds as Colgate won its eighth straight home game, defeating Boston University 79-70 on Saturday.
Tyrone Perry scored a career-high 19 points, including a go-ahead 3-pointer with 2.6 seconds left, and Lafayette beat Colgate 71-67 on Wednesday.
Nelly Cummings had 20 points as Colgate stretched its win streak to seven games, topping Navy 70-63 on Saturday.
Will Rayman scored 13 of his 18 points before halftime and Colgate cruised past Loyola (Md.) 92-70 on Wednesday night.
Nelly Cummings hit six straight free throws in the final 23 seconds to allow Colgate to hold off a furious Army rally to earn a 70-65 Patriot League victory on Monday night.
Rapolas Ivanauskas scored 14 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and Colgate finished on a 17-6 run to beat American 65-51 in Thursday night's Patriot League opener for both teams.
Jordan Burns and Will Rayman each picked up double-doubles, six players reached double-figure scoring and Colgate defeated Columbia 89-71 on Sunday.
Will Rayman sank a game-tying layup with eight seconds left and Tucker Richardson made a free throw with 1.6 seconds to go as Colgate came from behind for a 67-66 win over Cincinnati on Saturday night.
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