By René Reyes/DFP Staff
On the bus home from Chase Family Arena Saturday night, Boston University men’s basketball coach Joe Jones explained his team’s 66–58 loss to the University of Hartford.
“They played better and harder,” Jones said of Hartford’s (12 –10, 5–4 America East) effort. “They just played better, executed better, played harder, did a better job, outplayed us.”
The Terriers (11–11, 5–4 America East), who had entered the matchup on a three-game winning streak and looked to be gaining more momentum with every victory, were simply outworked and out-competed by the Hawks.
There is no other suitable way to describe the defeat that dropped BU back to the .500 plateau, according to the bench boss.
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