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Boston University Terriers (15-18)


Sat. 2/23 Wed. 2/27 Sat. 3/2 Tue. 3/5 Thu. 3/7
vs. Ly-Md 
W 72-65
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@ Laf 
W 84-82
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vs. Navy 
L 74-79
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vs. Ly-Md 
W 71-63
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@ Colg 
L 69-81
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Rayman scores 26 to lift Colgate over Boston U. 81-69

HAMILTON, N.Y. (AP) Will Rayman had a season-high 26 points as Colgate defeated Boston University 81-69 in the quarterfinals of the Patriot League Conference Tourney on Thursday night.

Rapolas Ivanauskas had 18 points and eight rebounds for Colgate (22-10). Tucker Richardson added 12 points and eight assists. Jordan Burns had 10 points and seven assists for the home team.

Javante McCoy had 20 points for the Terriers (15-18). Max Mahoney added 18 points and 10 rebounds. Alex Vilarino had 11 points.

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Leaders
Points: M. Mahoney16.5
Rebounds: M. Mahoney6.6
Assists: T. Scanlon3.3
FG%: M. Mahoney62.9%
FT%: M. Mahoney63.6%
3P%: J. McCoy38.6%
Steals: T. Scanlon1.4
Blocks: M. Mahoney0.7
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke32-6
2 Virginia35-3
3 North Carolina29-7
4 Gonzaga33-4
5 Michigan State32-7
6 Tennessee31-6
7 Kentucky30-7
8 Michigan30-7
9 Texas Tech31-7
10 Florida State29-8
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Virginia35-3
2 Texas Tech31-7
3 Michigan State32-7
4 Duke32-6
5 Auburn30-10
6 Gonzaga33-4
7 Kentucky30-7
8 Purdue26-10
9 North Carolina29-7
10 Tennessee31-6
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Patriot League Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
Colgate 13-5 24-11
Bucknell 13-5 21-12
Lehigh 12-6 20-11
American University 9-9 15-15
Army West Point 8-10 13-19
Navy 8-10 12-19
Boston University 7-11 15-18
Loyola Maryland 7-11 11-21
Lafayette 7-11 10-20
Holy Cross 6-12 16-17
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 72.3 (179)
Rebounds: 9.5 (213)
Assists: 13.5 (165)
FG%: 48.0% (21)
FT%: 68.4% (259)
3P%: 34.6% (159)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 72.3 (200)
Rebounds: 23.6 (293)
Assists: 13.6 (232)
FG%: 47.1% (339)
FT%: 73.1% (306)
3P%: 34.3% (193)
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