BOSTON (AP) -- Matt Wolff scored 15 points and Kevin Gardner
added 12 points and 11 rebounds to lead Boston University to a
69-54 victory over Binghamton on Sunday.
The Terriers (10-3) won for the fifth time in six games and
improved to 4-0 in the America East Conference for the third
consecutive season.Andre Heard led had 10 points for Binghamton (4-9, 1-3), which
is 0-7 against Boston University since joining the conference in
2001-02.Boston University broke open a tight game with a 16-1 run at the
end of the first half.Following a three-point play from Etienne Brower, the Terriers
forced turnovers on consecutive inbounds plays and converted them
into layups to push its lead to 39-27 with 24 seconds left in the
half.The Terriers then struck for two quick baskets to open the
second half as Shaun Wynn's 3-pointer with 18:28 left made it
44-28. Binghamton got as close as 55-47, but the Terriers responded
with a 13-3 run.