In front of a packed Lundholm Gymnasium crowd the University of New Hampshire Men’s basketball team defeated Boston University 60-48.
UNH Junior forward Brian Benson (#34) ties up with BU’s Senior star John Holland (#23). Benson was a force on the boards grabbing 9 rebounds to go along with 7 points.
UNH Senior Tyrone Conley (#21) drives down the lane against BU’s Mike Terry Jr. Conley lead all players with 26 points on the afternoon.
Despite quite an effort from BU guard Matt Griffin, UNH guard Jordon Bronner (#5) drives down the lane.
UNH Freshamn guard DeAndray Buckley (#2) drives past BU’s Patrick Hazel (#25)
UNH Senior Tyrone Conley (#21) flies through the air scoring 2 of his game high 26 points right before the half.
UNH freshman guard Jordon Bronner (#5) flies just out of the reach of BU’s John Holland.
UNH freshman guard DeAndray Buckley (#2) makes the pass among two BU Defenders.
Sophomore Chandler Rhoads (#3) had an all around game for the Wildcats scoring 11 points, pulling down 4 rebounds and adding 3 assists.
UNH Senior Tyrone Conley (#21) was named America East player of the game for his outstanding performance.
BU Head Coach Patrick Chambers shows his frustration as the Wildcats defense kept the Terriers in check all afternoon.
UNH Freshman Jordon Bronner (#5) played well scoring 6 points and dishing out 3 assists.
UNH Sophomore Chandler Rhoads (#3) creates his own room driving the ball in from the top of the key.
Sophomore Chandler Rhoads (#3) puts up a shots against BU’s John Holland.
Although the Wildcats had the lead for the majority of the game UNH Coach Bill Herrion never stopped expecting the best out of his players.
UNH Senior center Dane DiLiegro (#1) gets ready to take it to the rim. DiLiegro was a monster on the boards grabbing 9 rebounds.
UNH Sophomore Chandler Rhoads (#3) didn’t need his legs under him for this shot against three BU defenders.
UNH Senior Tyrone Conley (#21) sets himself at the line shooting a foul shot that came from a technical foul.
UNH Sophomore Chandler Rhoads (#3) floats through the air crafting his version of a runner.
With the win UNH improved to 9-12 overall on the season and 3-6 in the America East conference. The Wildcats next home game is Wednesday, February 2nd against Albany University.