Maurice Watson Jr. decided to put on a show during the Patriot League semifinals. But it wasn't scoring on display; it was his ability to run and control an offense.
The BU Terriers clinched the No. 1 seed in its first ever Patriot League Tournament by knocking off Holy Cross, 68-64, on Saturday in Worcester.
Mo Watson and Co. controlled the tempo for most of the second half en route to a 71-62 win over American to take over first place in the Patriot League.
The Lafayette Leopards got their first win in the Patriot League on Saturday by knocking of the Navy Midshipmen. Elsewhere, Boston University lost again and American stayed unbeaten.
In a game that was back and forth for forty minutes, it seems only fitting that the final outcome - and an early conference lead - would come down to execution on the offensive end.
The BU Terriers entered a new era for their basketball program with a win over the Holy Cross Crusaders on Thursday. Nine Terriers scored en route to their 70-60 win,
There are some new faces in the Patriot League. How have those teams fared so far and what are the biggest storylines on the eve of league play?
Who is the best team in the city of Boston? We'll get closer to an answer Saturday night when Harvard and Boston University clash.
New Mexico State followed the plan perfectly to complete the sweep of UTEP in the I-10 rivalry. Plus Oakland's problems continue, and we wrap up the rest of Saturday's action in the latest Morning...
The Terriers third-year coach has perfected a combination of Pat Chambers-era holdovers and his own recruits to morph BU into an immediate contender in the Patriot League.