Boston College 45, University of Massachusetts 17
University of Rhode Island 21, Fordham 17
Yale 37, Cornell 17
Sacred Heart 24, Dartmouth 21
Monmouth 24, Central Connecticut State 12
Bryant 30, Wagner 28
American International 37, Stonehill 34
Kean 44, Western Connecticut State 33
Endicott 24, Salve Regina 17
Framingham State 28, Bridgewater State 20
Wesley 72, Husson 0
Alfred 30, Springfield 22
Amherst 20, Bates 7
Wesleyan 16, Middlebury 15
Trinity 28, Colby 10
Williams 24, Bowdoin 21
Hamilton 24, Tufts 16
Castleton State 56, Anna Maria 52
Maine Maritime 40, Fitchburg State 7
Mount Ida 7, Hartwick 3
WPI 34, RPI 31
UMass Dartmouth 16, Plymouth State 0
Western New England 38, Nichols 23
Curry 27, MIT 12
Worcester State 42, Westfield State 12
U.S. Coast Guard 61, Mass Maritime 30
Norwich 38, Becker 20
University of New Hampshire @Richmond
University of Connecticut @Buffalo
New Haven @Assumption
Games in bold involve FBS teams. An asterisk denotes a conference game.
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – Here are the Stars, Studs and Duds from the first half of tonight’s game between the Boston Celtics and the Detroit Pistons in which the Celtics lead 54-50.
At the half he led all scorers with 16 points coming on 6-for-10 shooting from the field.
The former Boston College star has been a main cog in the Pistons’ offense tonight, leading them with 15 points on 5-for-9 shooting with five assists.
He was relatively quiet most of the first half, but came up with a last-second 3-pointer that sent the Pistons into the half with some momentum to cap off a 15-9 run to end the quarter.
Boston is looking for a steady No. 2 scorer to compliment Isaiah Thomas, and Brown was that guy throughout most of the first half. He finished with nine points on 4-for-5 shooting to go with three rebounds.
The former Piston looked very much at home around the rim in the first half, scoring just four points but grabbing seven rebounds in addition to dishing out two assists.
He had six points and six rebounds in the first half, but didn’t really dominate the way you would expect from the best big man in the building. Boston didn’t give him too many looks at the basket, and when they did they fouled him. He went to the line for five free throws in the half, and missed all of them.
Boston has made getting him the ball tonight a priority, and the four-time All-Star is simply not finishing off plays. Credit Detroit’s defense which has contested most of Horford’s shot attempts. That said, he has to deliver more offensively than the two points he scored while missing eight of his nine field goal attempts.
Here are the talking points from the Boston Bruins' 6-3 win over the Dallas Stars where Patrice Bergeron scored two goals.