Wednesday night's Atlantic 10 game between the Boston U. Terriers and St. Joseph's Hawks, emanating from the Michael J. Hagan '85 Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has come to a close.
So too, has the winning streak of the Terriers.
Boston University came into its showdown against the Hawks after stringing together four consecutive wins, but were outplayed by their rivals from "The City of Brotherly Love" right from the onset and despite a valiant effort late in the second half, lost by a final score of 75-68.
Sophomore point guard Langston Galloway lit up the boards for St. Joseph's, draining the net for 30 total points with two rebounds and one steal. Boston's D.J. Irving, the top scorer for the Terriers, was a distant second with 13 points, seven rebounds and five assists in a losing effort.
Boston, who will next play the Harvard Crimson on Saturday afternoon, falls to 4-5 in defeat. St. Joseph's, scheduled for the Creighton Bluejays on Dec. 10, improve to 6-4 with the victory.
|Final - 12.7.2011||1||2||Total|
|Boston U. Terriers||28||40||68|
|St. Joseph's Hawks||40||35||75|