The Eagles struggled to both shoot and defend the 3-pointer, with the end result being a disappointing 22-point loss at the hands of Miami on Sunday afternoon.
The Eagles rallied from a nine-point, halftime deficit to force double overtime, but, for the first time in four years, they couldn’t pull out a victory against the Tigers.
For the first time all season, the Eagles shot under 30 percent from the floor and failed to score more than 50, let alone 40, points in their final non-conference game of the year.
Right from the get-go, the Pirates put the pressure on BC, both employing the full-court press and jumping out to a 12-point, first-half lead. Seton Hall never let up, even when the game got out of hand.
BC hung with the Terriers for the entire first half, and even led entering the break. But an 18-4 BU run in the back half of play proved to be too much for the Eagles to overcome.