Boston U. 69, New Hampshire 47

John Holland scored 23 points and Jake O’Brien added 15 as

Boston University rallied from an early 10-point deficit to beat

New Hampshire 69-47 on Thursday night.

The Terriers (12-11, 7-4 America East Conference) fell behind

19-9 with 9:31 left on a jumper by Radar Onguetou, but used a 13-3

run to tie the score at 22 with 4:12 left.

Despite shooting only 28 percent from the field in the first

half (7-for-25), Boston University went into halftime ahead

28-26.

The Terriers broke the game open in the second half, shooting

52.2 percent (12-for-23) from the floor, to end a two-game

skid.

Boston U. also made 26 of 33 free throws, with Holland going

10-for-12 from the line and O’Brien 8-for-10. The Wildcats made 15

of 24 free throws.

Alvin Abreu and Ferg Myrick scored 10 points each for New

Hampshire (8-12, 3-6), which has lost two in a row.