Feb. 13, 2014
Score: Georgia Tech 74, Boston College 71
Records: Boston College (6-18, 2-9 ACC), Georgia Tech (13-12, 4-8 ACC)
Location: McCamish Pavilion, Atlanta, GA
BC Starters: Owens (F), Magarity (F), Anderson (F), Hanlan (G), Rahon (G)
Georgia Tech Starters: Georges-Hunt (F), Miller (C), Bolden (G), Holsey (F), Heyward (G)
BC HIGHLIGHTS Sophomore Olivier Hanlan scored a game-high 21 points.
Junior Ryan Anderson recorded 13 points, four assists and a career-high four steals.
Sophomore Joe Rahon scored 11 points and dished our four assists.
After Hanlan hit a baseline jumper to give BC a 71-70 lead with three seconds left, Marcus Georges-Hunt went the length of the floor and hit a 3-pointer with 0.7 left to give Georgia Tech the win.
HOW IT HAPPENED Hanlan sparked the first run of the game with Boston College trailing, 16-13. He scored eight of the nine unanswered Eagle points to put them ahead, 22-16.
BC held the lead the rest of the half, but Georgia Tech was able to cut the deficit to one at the half, 35-34.
Boston College controlled much of the second half and led 69-64 with 3:18 left after a Rahon layup.
Georgia Tech scored the next six points to take a 70-69 lead with 22 seconds left.
Hanlan hit a baseline jumper with three seconds left to give the lead back to BC, but Georges-Hunt sealed the win with a 3-pointer with 0.7 seconds left.
Points: Olivier Hanlan, 21
Rebounds: Eddie Odio & Will Magarity, 4
Assists: Ryan Anderson & Joe Rahon, 4
Points: Daniel Miller, 18
Rebounds: Kammeon Holsey, 9
Assists: Corey Heyward, 5
INSIDE THE BOX SCORE Boston College had a 19-4 advantage in points off turnovers.
It was the sixth-straight game that the Eagles have committed less than 10 turnovers.
Lead Changes: 10
Largest Leads: BC by 6 1st-10:20, Georgia Tech by 3 1st-17:39
Boston College hosts Notre Dame on Sunday night at 6 p.m. on ESPNU.