In addition to losing Steffon Mitchell to a potential head injury and Jordan Chatman to foul trouble, the Eagles were run out of the Carrier Dome on Wednesday by the Orange, the worst shooting team in the ACC.
Ky Bowman jumpstarted a 23-4 run to kick off the second half, and BC pulled away from the Big Green, picking up its 10th non-conference win of the season—the team’s most in seven years.
Jordan Chatman’s prolific outing was enough to lead the Eagles past Richmond, despite the fact that BC was outrebounded on both ends of the floor and shot a mere 37 percent from the field in the second half.
Eight Eagles scored at least five points in their blowout win over Central Connecticut State on Sunday afternoon.
Jerome Robinson reached 1,000 points for his career in the win, but several consistent shortcomings that popped up against Hartford may haunt the Eagles come ACC play.
In the first half of Tuesday night’s game, Ky Bowman and Jerome Robinson combined for just four points. It was up to Teddy Hawkins to pick up the slack. And he delivered.
In his first career game on the Heights, Teddy Hawkins recorded 13 points and 15 rebounds. His double-double headlined the frontcourt’s performance—one that jumpstarted the Eagles’ blowout victory.
Thanks to the backcourt duo of Ky Bowman and Jerome Robinson, BC hung with the best in the nation last season. This year is about finishing.