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BU rallies midway through 2nd half, beats Quinnipiac 64-57

HAMDEN, Conn. (AP) Nathan Dieudonne had a key jumper and steal to help Boston University pull away midway in the second half and beat Quinnipiac 64-57 on Sunday.

Dieudonne had four steals, six rebounds and chipped in eight points. Cheddi Mosely, John Papale and Eric Fanning scored 13 points each to lead Boston University (5-5).

Giovanni McLean scored 24 points on 9-of-19 shooting to lead Quinnipiac (4-5). Donovan Smith added 14 points.

Quinnipiac led 47-34 with 14 minutes left. Papale made two 3-pointers during a 14-3 surge to pull BU to 50-48.

Dieudonne scored to tie it at 50, and then forced a Smith turnover. Fanning made a pair of free throws, Dieudonne had a layup, and Kyle Foreman made a 3-pointer and the Terriers led 57-50 with five minutes remaining.

McLean made a 3 to pull Quinnipiac to 60-57 with 1:29 left. The Bobcats missed six shots and had two turnovers to seal it.

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