Boston College Vs. Georgia Tech, Halftime Score: Eagles Lead, 33-22

The Boston College Eagles lead the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, 33-22, at the halftime break at the Silvio O. Conte Forum.

The Eagles dominated the first half of their final home game of the regular season. BC shot 50% from the field for the half and was 5-11 from behind the arc. Georgia Tech was held to just 37% shooting and made only one of their seven three-point attempts. After trailing 12-7 with 14:31 to play, the Eagles' defense put the clamps on the Yellow Jackets' offense. BC went on a 21-2 run before Georgia Tech scored again with 5:38 to play.

BC's Matt Humphrey led all scorers with 13 points at the half. Humphrey also had a rebound, a steal and three assists. Ryan Anderson led chipped in eight points and four boards for the Eagles. Daniel Miller and Mfon Udofia led Georgia Tech with seven points apiece at the break.

For more BC Basketball coverage, visit our team page and blog, BC Interruption.

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