Men's Basketball to Host Boston University in Sunday Matinee

RETRIEVER UPDATE:  UMBC picked up the defensive intensity, holding New 
Hampshire to 37 percent shooting, but the Retrievers managed to hit only 
20 of 55 shots (36 percent) and fell to the Wildcats, 62-58 at home on 
Jan. 21. Sophomore wing Chauncey Gilliam scored 16 points to lead the 
Retrievers. UMBC had converted 23 of 46 shots from behind the arc in its 
last three games, but were just one-of-nine vs. UNH.

TERRIERS UPDATE: Boston U. has won five of its last six games, 
including Tuesday's 79-58 thrashing of Albany. The dynamic duo of senior 
guard Corey Lowe (16.9 ppg) and junior wing John Holland (19.3 ppg) is 
the top scoring tandem in America East. The Terriers have hit 158 shots 
from behind the arc through 18 games, while UMBC has converted 96 in 19 
outings.

UP NEXT: UMBC concludes its three-game homestand on Wednesday, Jan. 27 
when they host Binghamton University at 7:00 p.m.