March 1, 2014
Score: Boston College 80, Wake Forest 72
Records: Boston College (8-21, 4-12 ACC), Wake Forest (15-14, 5-11 ACC)
Location: Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Winston-Salem, NC
BC Starters: Magarity (F), Anderson (F), Hanlan (G), Rahon (G), Heckmann (G)
Wake Forest Starters: Miller-McIntyre (G), Thomas (F), Williams (G), McKie (F), Adala Moto (F)
BC HIGHLIGHTS Junior Ryan Anderson scored a game-high 24 points to go along with seven rebounds. He was 14-for-16 from the foul line.
Sophomore Olivier Hanlan scored 17 points while junior Lonnie Jackson added 12.
Junior Patrick Heckmann had 10 points and five boards.
Junior KC Caudill played a career-high 23 minutes and recorded seven rebounds and five points.
Wake Forest held a 42-40 lead, but BC scored eight unanswered points in a 16-3 run to take a 56-45 lead with 9:50 left.
HOW IT HAPPENED Boston College went on the first extended run of the game with it tied, 10-10. The Eagles scored seven straight as part of a 12-1 run over more than five minutes to take a 22-11 lead with 7:31 left. Anderson had four points in that span.
The Eagles defense held Wake Forest without a field goal for 6:57 from when that run started.
Wake stopped the run by scoring the next five points to cut the lead to five points.
BC went into the locker room with a 30-24 lead.
The Demon Deacons held a 42-40 lead, but BC scored eight unanswered points in a 16-3 run to take a 56-45 lead with 9:50 left. Anderson and Heckmann combined for 11 points in that stretch.
Wake Forest scored the next five points to make it 56-51, but could not come back the rest of the way.
Wake cut the lead to 66-63, but Anderson scored the game's next five points to put the game away.
Points: Ryan Anderson, 24
Rebounds: Ryan Anderson & KC Caudill, 7
Assists: Joe Rahon, 3
Points: Travis McKie & Devin Thomas, 18
Rebounds: Tyler Cavanaugh, 5
Assists: Madison Jones & Coron Williams, 3
INSIDE THE BOX SCORE BC held a 12-0 advantage in second chance points, owning the glass 36-21 in the game.
Junior Ryan Anderson established career highs at the foul line, going 14-for-16.
Junior KC Caudill played a career-high 23 minutes.
Lead Changes: 3
Largest Leads: BC by 11 1st-7:31, Wake Forest by 3 1st-17:33
Boston College will play in Conte Forum for the last time this season when it hosts Florida State on Tuesday night at 9 p.m. It will be the final home game for senior Danny Rubin.