BOSTON (AP) -- Corey Lowe scored 30 points, including his team's first 12 on four 3-pointers in the first 4:31, as Boston University broke a four-game losing streak with an 82-72 win over New Hampshire on Wednesday night.
Playing their first home game since Dec. 4, the Terriers (4-10, 1-1 America East) led virtually all the way for their 15th straight home win over the Wildcats.
UNH (4-9, 1-1) scored the game's first basket before Lowe hit three straight 3-pointers to give his team the lead for good. He nailed another trey to make it 12-6 and BU led by 19 points in the first half and as many as 21 in the second before holding off a mild UNH run.
The Wildcats, playing their first road game since Dec. 6, dressed only eight players after losing one to injury and one to academics.
BU, which now holds a 52-6 advantage over UNH in conference play, was playing without leading rebounder and third-leading scorer Scott Brittain, who pulled a gluteus muscle in practice Tuesday.