America East Tournament 2011: Boston University Advances To Meet Stony Brook In Championship Game

With Sunday night's win over Hartford, Boston University clinched a spot in the 2011 America East Tournament Championship Game, where they will meet Stony Brook on Saturday, Mar. 12, at 12:02 p.m. EST (ESPN2). 

The Terriers, the tournament's No. 2 seed, were led by America East Player of the Year John Holland on Sunday (a game-high 16 points), who helped BU defeat No. 6 seed Hartford, 55-49, in the America East Tournament semifinals.

The Terriers (20-13, 12-4 America East), who have now won ten games in a row, will be making their 15th appearance in the America East title game.

The Stony Brook Seawolves (15-16, 8-8) knocked off top-seeded Vermont, 69-47, in Sunday's first semifinal to advance to the championship. Vermont (23-8, 13-3) will receive an automatic NIT berth for winning the America East regular-season title.

2011 America East Tournament Schedule

Thursday, Mar. 3, First Round
UMBC 65 Binghamton 91

Saturday, Mar. 5, Quarterfinals
Albany 61 Stony Brook 67
Vermont 57 Binghamton 46
Boston University 69 New Hampshire 60
Hartford 66 Maine 63

Sunday, Mar. 6, Semifinals
Vermont 47 Stony Brook 69
Hartford 49 Boston University 55

Saturday, Mar. 12, America East Championship Final
Boston University vs. Stony Brook 12:02 p.m. (ESPN2)

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