BOSTON -- Nathan Dieudonne scored a career-high 21 points, including the game-winning free throw, to lift Boston University to a 66-65 comeback win over St. Peter's on Saturday.
Trailing 27-21 at the break, Boston (5-2) opened the second half with a 17-9 run to take its first lead of the game on a pair of Dieudonne free throws. The Peacocks (2-4) battled back, twice retaking the lead down the stretch and then tying the game at 65 in the closing seconds before Dieudonne stepped to the foul line with just a second left on the clock to hit the first of his two free throws to give the Terriers the win.
Dieudonne also hauled in a game-high nine rebounds. Maurice Watson Jr. scored 17 points for Boston and Dom Morris added 12.
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