Boston College (2-5) bounced back from its worst home loss in Conte Forum history, losing 101-63 against Syracuse.
BC built a commanding 43-24 lead at the break after closing on a 12-2 run — with six points from Felder. BC’s lead didn’t go below 16 points in the second half. The Eagles forced Maine into 24 turnovers, scoring 28 points, and Makai Ashton-Langford tied his career high with four of BC's season-high 15 steals.
Wynston Tabbs and James Karnik, a Lehigh transfer, each had 10 points for BC. The Eagles were originally scheduled to play California, but it was canceled after a mutual decision between the schools. Cal also scheduled a last-minute game for Tuesday against Seattle University.
LeChaun DuHart scored 17 of Maine’s first 32 points and finished with 19 points and five 3-pointers. Steph Ingo had 15 points and six rebounds.
Maine (0-3) opened its season last weekend after a 287-day gap between games. The Black Bears missed five potential early-season matchups, including then-No. 4 Virginia, after pausing activities in November.
Ross sends game to OT with jumper at the buzzer for Pepperdine vs. BYU
Colbey Ross drives up the court and makes the shot at the buzzer to send Pepperdine to overtime vs. BYU.
5-foot-2 Darnell Rogers proving his doubters wrong
At just 5-foot-2, Darnell Rogers is believed to be the shortest scholarship player in Division I men's basketball history, but thanks to the path of his father and a fearless attitude, he's always achieved big things on the court.
Kreuser leads N. Dakota St. past S. Dakota 79-75 in Summit
— Rocky Kreuser had 20 points as third-seeded North Dakota State narrowly beat second-seeded South Dakota 79-75 in the Summit League Conference Tourney semifinals on Monday night.