Women’s B-ball and Hockey Earn Wins at Winterfest
Men’s teams drop games to Vermont, New Hampshire
On Saturday, the women’s basketball team beat the
Men’s basketball, however, dropped a 70-57 decision to
In Saturday’s basketball matchup, Aly Hinton (CAS’10) proved herself to be akey player in the clutch once again, scoring four points in the final 33seconds of the game, including a layup with one second left on the clock. TheTerriers were down by as many as 11 late in the second half, but gained on theWildcats to tie the score at 75 with under a minute left to play. A UNHturnover at midcourt with 25 seconds remaining gave BU the opportunity for thelast play of the game. BU improves to 10-8 overall and 3-2 in the America East,while UNH falls to 3-14 overall and 0-4 in league action.
John Holland (CGS’09) posted 13 points and earned America East Player of theGame honors in Friday’s loss to the Vermont Catamounts. Tyler Morris (SMG’10),a redshirt sophomore, matched
On Friday night at New Hampshire’s Whittemore Center, the Terriers were able totie the game after falling behind by two points in the second period, but theWildcats scored twice in the third, knocking in a game-winner with 6:18 left inregulation. Bryan Ewing (CAS’08) and Pete MacArthur (SED’08) each scored for theTerriers.
The Terriers had tied Saturday’s game, held at Agganis Arena, 3-3 at the endof the second period, thanks to goals from three freshmen: Nick Bonino(CAS’11), Colin Wilson (CAS’11), and Joe Pereira (CAS’11). But
Jillian Kirchner (SAR’11) scored the lone goal in the Terriers’ firstappearance at Agganis Arena on Saturday afternoon. The Terriers outshot the
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