DURHAM, N.H. -- Dom Morris hit 6 of 9 shots en route to 18 points and Boston University defeated New Hampshire 69-59 Saturday in America East Conference play to snap a three-game road losing streak.
Neither team led by more than five in the first half until Travis Robinson's 3-pointer put Boston (9-10, 3-3) ahead 28-21 with 4:12 left in the frame.
Jeron Trotman made a layup and Ferg Myrick hit a free throw to cut the deficit to 28-24, but Morris closed the half with a three-point play and opened the second half with a layup to create a 33-24 advantage after just a minute of play.
New Hampshire (4-13, 0-5) never got any closer than seven the rest of the way.
The Wildcats were led by Patrick Konan's 11 points and 13 rebounds.
Purdue coach Matt Painter says players haven't used the fifth-year graduate transfer rule for its true intent.
The 2017 recruiting class is short on point guards, with Trevon Duval leading only eight prospects from the ESPN 60 who are still available.
The dust has settled after players made their NBA draft decisions. Which college teams won? Which lost? Well, Villanova is pretty happy. USC, meanwhile, might not be as thrilled.