BC jumped out to a nine-point lead in the opening minutes, then rolled to a convincing win over visiting Bryant on Thursday night behind a strong game from the bench.
BC shot a season-low 30 percent from the field and had just one player in double digits, resulting in a blown eight-point second quarter lead and its first loss.
Marnelle Garraud scored 28 points as BC set a school record for points scored in a half (61) and rolled over Rider in the Hawk Classic championship for its fifth win in a row.
Emma Guy had 15 points and BC turned a seven-point game at halftime into a 26-point rout, its fourth win by 20-plus points in its first five games.
Third in the ACC in scoring thus far, BC heads to Philadelphia to take part in the 25th Annual Hawk Classic, opening with its up-tempo brand of basketball against Loyola (Maryland).
The Eagles trailed by two points after the first quarter, but were nothing but dominant from then on, outscoring the visiting Crusaders by 28 points en route to their third win in a row.
The Eagles beat up on a Rhode Island team that finished just 3-27 last season—four different players entered double figures, and BC recorded 13 triples over the course of the 24-point win.