Jordan Williams led all scorers with 13 points and Maryland led Boston College 41-39 at the end of the first half at the Comcast Center.
Terrell Stoglin had 10 points Dino Gregory added eight points for Maryland. Cliff Tucker scored four points and both Sean Mosley and Haukur Palsson scored three for the Terrapins.
Biko Paris scored 11 points to lead Boston College. Danny Rubin had nine points on 3-of-6 shooting from three-point range and Reggie Jackson added seven points. Joe Trapani and Josh Southern each had four points and Corey Raji and Dallas Elmore both scored two points for the Eagles.
Boston College opened the game on a 7-4 run after four minutes, but Maryland battled back to tie the game. Both teams traded leads down the stretch in the first half before the Terrapins began to pull away. With 3:54 remaining before halftime, Maryland led by five, 33-28, and ultimately took a 41-39 lead into the intermission.
Trapani scored his 1,000th career point with a two-point jump shot with 15:15 left in the firs half. Trapani became the 38th player in Boston College history to reach the milestone, joining teammate Corey Raji, who achieved the feat earlier this season.
Boston College made 15-of-33 shots (45.5%) and 6-of-17 three pointers (35.3%) while Maryland connected on 15-of-35 field goals (42.9%) and 3-of-11 threes (27.3%) in the first half.