Tyrone Conley scored 26 points to lead New Hampshire to 60-48 win over Boston University on Saturday, ending a seven-game losing streak in the series.
The Wildcats (8-12, 2-6 America East Conference) led 22-17 at halftime after holding Boston University to 5-of-23 shooting (21.7 percent) in the first half. The 48-point output by the Terriers was their lowest of the season.
Chandler Rhoads added 11 points and was the only player in double figures for New Hampshire.
Darryl Partin had 14 points and John Holland 10 for the Terriers (10-12, 5-3), who finished 14 of 52 from the floor (26.9 percent), including 5 of 21 from 3-point range (23.8 percent).
The Wildcats were only slightly better from the field, shooting 32.1 percent overall (18 of 56).
Brian Benson and Dane Diliegro pulled down nine rebounds apiece for New Hampshire.