BOSTONThe University of New Hampshire men’s basketball team was outscored by a 12-2 margin with 13:06 to play in the first half by Boston University and the Terriers never looked back en route to a 53-29 America East victory at Case Gymnasium on Saturday afternoon.

The Wildcats, now 5-12 overall and 2-3 in America East, did not have any scorers in double figures and were led by America East Player of the Game senior center Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia), who scored five points and led the team with eight rebounds and by senior guard Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) with five points. The Terriers were led in scoring by Corey Lowe with 13 points.

The Terriers (6-10, 3-1 in America East) led at the half 32-13 and by as many as 26 points with the score at 39-13 and 14:57 to play in the game. UNH could get no closer than to within 21 points the rest of the way.

BU won the battle of the boards by a 46-28 margin and shot 38.5 percent from the floor as compared to a mark of just 21.3 percent from the floor for the Wildcats (10-47).

UNH’s 29 points was the fewest scored since the Wildcats were defeated at Providence in 1992-93 by a 66-27 margin.

The Wildcats will return to action on Jan. 16 at Dartmouth and the game will be carried live on the UNH Sport Network. Game time is 7 p.m.


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