Once again, the Eagles hung tough against a superior opponent, but weren’t able to finish the job Wednesday night against No. 10 Louisville.
BC squeaked out a road win against lowly Georgia Tech to notch its first conference win of the season and jump up in the ACC standings.
BC couldn’t keep up its strong play from Saturday’s game against UVA in its loss to the Orange.
Taking advantage of the Cavaliers’ defensive scheme, the Eagles kept Saturday’s game a lot closer than the final score with Virginia suggests.
The Eagles have already matched their win total from last season, but how far can they go? Heights Editors Michael Sullivan and Jack Stedman debate.
Winless against the Harvard in the last six meetings, BC used defense and post presence to defeat the Crimson in OT.
Senior guard Lonnie Jackson will miss the remainder of the 2014-2015 season with a lower leg injury. Jackson only played in three games this year.
Olivier Hanlan’s sharp performance could not overcome a stellar game by the Blue Devils’ freshman phenom.