Creighton signs Boston U. guard Maurice Watson Jr.

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) Boston University point guard Maurice Watson Jr. is transferring to Creighton.
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Boston Marathon bombings had professor fearing for her students

Michelle Johnson is a professor at Boston University's School of Communication. She had no idea last Patriots Day that her students would be involved in an experience that was as real as it gets for any journalist.
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"Doo ***" Hopes to Make Music as a Bluejay

Mo Watson Jr., the former point guard at Boston University, committed to CU over the weekend.
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Watson Commits to Creighton on Visit

The former point guard at Boston University will join the Bluejay program.
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Former BU Coach Jack Parker Named Hobey Baker Legend Of Hockey

Former Boston University men’s hockey coach Jack Parker has a distinguished resume that includes three NCAA national championships, seven Hockey East tournament crowns and 21 Beanpot titles. He added another honor to that impressive list on Tuesday when the Hobey Baker Memorial Award Foundation announced that Parker is the 2014 Legend of Hockey recipient. Parker spent 40 years...
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Essay leads to moving tribute for Boston Marathon victim

Shuheng Lin, a student working toward a doctoral degree in economics at Boston University, did not know Lu Lingzi personally, but she knew that she needed to pay tribute to the graduate student who died as a result of the Boston Marathon bombings.
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Is Maurice Watson Jr a Realistic Option for the Fighting Illini?

The search for a future point guard continues for the Fighting Illini, and a new target is Boston University point guard Maurice Watson Jr., who announced on April 2nd that he would be leaving Boston to play on “a bigger stage”. Maurice (Mo) Watson Jr. Sophomore Point Guard Boston University Statistical Breakdown Coming out of high school, Watson was ranked 92nd in the ESPN...
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Maurice Watson Jr. departing BU to seek bigger stage

The hole was already going to be a large one to fill for Joe Jones and the Boston University men’s basketball team given the losses of seniors Dom Morris and D.J. Irving. That hole just got a lot bigger. Maurice Watson Jr., the Terriers’ leading scorer this past season and the lone BU player to make the All-Patriot League first team, will transfer from the school and look to...
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Three Boston University Men’s Basketball Starters Decide To Transfer

The Boston University men’s basketball team lost its three senior co-captains to graduation but will sustain even greater losses as Maurice Watson Jr., Malik Thomas and James Kennedy will transfer, coach Joe Jones told ESPN Boston. The Terriers now will be without five of their top seven scorers. Watson might be the biggest loss of the three transfers — he averaged 13.3 points...
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Connor Gaarder

Lets just take a quick glance at Connor Gaarder at UND.......2011: Came on as a freshman walk on from Edina, Minnesota fighting for a roster spot.2012: Sophomore season records first Hat Trick in NCAA career against Boston University 2014: Junior season scores the GWG against Ferris State in double OT to send UND into the Frozen FourI'd say for a walk on, this kid has scored...
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No. 15 American looks to badger No. 2 Wisconsin in Milwaukee

Send to KindleAmerican (20-12, 13-5) held Boston University to 16-of-52 shooting, including just 1-of-17 from three – on BU’s home floor – to win the Patriot League championship, 55-36 while securing the school’s third conference tournament championship in seven years. No. 15 American, who secured the automatic bid on March 12, will now face No. 2 Wisconsin (26-7, 12-6) out...
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Kristine Leahy...Just Because

Boston University might've been bounced from the NIT last night, but their second hottest alum is just getting started on the path to March domination.America, meet Kristine Leahy.The former Terrier got her post-BU start in Boston as a sports anchor and Celtics sideline reporter before moving on to Los Angeles (obviously) and the CBS Sports Network. Somehow we didn't feature...
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2014 NIT Roundup: Boston University, Vermont Lose In First Round

Boston University and Vermont, the only two New England teams playing in the 2014 NIT, both lost on Wednesday night in the tournament’s first round. The Terriers led Illinois 30-13 at one point in the first half and led by 12 after 20 minutes, but the Illinois offense exploded in the second half and completed a remarkable comeback to earn a 66-62 victory at Agganis Arena. BU had...
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iPTV: Groce Previews Boston U

Coach John Groce discusses his team's upcoming NIT match-up with Boston University.
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American rocks Boston for Patriot title, berth

ony Wroblicky had 15 points, down eight rebounds and two blocks to help American University beat top-seeded Boston University 55-36 on Wednesday night in the Patriot League championship game, sending the Eagles to the NCAA tournament.
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March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: American Fans Storm BU’s Home Court After Victory

There aren’t many occasions when it’s even possible for an opponent’s fan base to storm the home team’s court. Mid-major conference tournaments are one of those rare exceptions. The Patriot League doesn’t have an event site that hosts all of its conference tournament games, so matchups are played in the higher seed’s building. Usually, that leads to some wild celebrations...
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March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Boston University Tops Boston College To Win Third Straight Women’s Hockey East Championship

The Boston University women’s hockey team topped Boston College 3-2 on Sunday afternoon at the Hyannis Youth & Community Center to capture its third straight Hockey East championship. Boston College held a 2-1 lead going into the third period, but the Terriers tied things up early in the final frame when senior captain Louise Warren registered a power-play goal. Freshman Maddie...
March 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Boston College, Boston University Advance To Women’s Hockey East Title Game

The next chapter in the intense rivalry between Boston College and Boston University hockey will be written on Sunday when the two schools meet in the women’s Hockey East tournament championship game. The Eagles advanced to the final with a 3-1 victory over Vermont on Saturday at Hyannis Youth and Community Center. Junior forward Kate Leary scored her first career hat trick in...
March 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Boston University Women’s Basketball Coach Accused Of Bullying Players

Boston University has launched an investigation into the school’s women’s basketball program after four players left the team this academic year citing mistreatment from the team’s coach, Kelly Greenberg, according to The Boston Globe. Of the four players who left the team, two walked away from their $60,000-a-year scholarships, another is scheduled to graduate in May, and...
March 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Live Stream: Lafayette Leopards vs. Boston University Terriers

[Photo: Matt West/The Boston Herald] In another game that is tipping off at 7:00 pm, the ninth seed Lafayette Leopards are taking on the number one seed Boston University Terriers in men’s quarterfinal action. Lafayette comes into tonight’s game defeating Loyola (MD) on Monday night, who was an eighth seed 84-71. In that game, Lafayette was led in scoring by junior Seth Hinrichs...
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March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Boston University Retires No. 6 In Honor Of Legendary Coach Jack Parker (Video)

Jack Parker’s legendary career as a player and head coach of men’s hockey at Boston University was honored Friday night during a number retirement ceremony at Agganis Arena. In his 40 seasons behind the Terriers bench, Parker led the team to three national championships (1978, 1995, 2009), 21 Beanpot titles and 894 victories. Many of his players went on to become United States...
February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Can Soccer Lead to Brain Trauma?

Researchers at Boston University have found signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy in the brain of a deceased 29-year-old former soccer player, The New York Times reports. This disease is more
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February 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Boston University edges Army 71-70

John Papale came off the bench to score 19 points as Boston University narrowly edged Army 71-70 Wednesday. Maurice Watson, Jr. had 16 points and Travis Robinson added 11 for the Terriers (21-9, 14-3 Patriot). Army led 33-23 at the break but Boston came back strong midway through the second with a 13-4 run sparked by a Papale 3-pointer at 10:41 to lead 58-53 with 7:30 to play....
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February 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Terriers trip up in title try

Bucknell put Boston University’s Patriot League coronation on hold with a 63-53 victory over the Terriers on Senior Day at Agganis Arena. The Terriers (20-9, 13-3) squandered an opportunity to clinch a share of the Patriot League title in their first season in the conference. BU can gain sole ownership of the title and secure homecourt advantage throughout the league tournament...
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February 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Boston University Students Don’t Want Robin Thicke On Campus

A group of students at Boston University really don’t like the fact that their school invited Robin Thicke to per…
February 24, 2014  |  Discuss

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