Jim Christian’s switch to a smaller lineup worked in the first half, but a return to his big men in the second plagued the Eagles in a loss to the Fighting Irish.
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The Eagles couldn’t come out on top against the Fighting Irish, but center Dennis Clifford gave another example of finally coming into his own.
Behind Eli Carter’s 19 points, Jim Christian’s crew performed better than expected, yet it wasn’t enough for the dangerous Blue Devils.
In their final non-conference game of the year, the Eagles slipped away with an overtime win against America East opponent New Hampshire.
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Jim Christian’s squad had no answer for Penn State’s Shep Garner, whose 30 points led the way in a poor defensive effort for BC.
With seven 3-pointers from freshman guards Matt Milon and Ervins Meznieks in a 69-56 win over Harvard, BC men’s basketball is off to its best start in seven years.
Against Harvard, Matt Milon led the Eagles with 16 points while Diallo had five fouls in six minutes.