BOSTON UNIVERSITY, the Beavers' first round opponent in the CBI Tournament on Wednesday, has veteran talent. This is a team full of seniors who were able to buy into what first-year coach Pat Chambers was preaching. The Terriers have several different weapons, most of them doing their damage from the outside.
Scout.com's Jeff Goodman reported Wednesday morning that Chris Lowe, a 6-foot-1 combo guard from Newtonville, Mass., is considering Duquesne following his release from the National Letter of Intent he signed with Providence last November.
Newton North (Mass.) senior combo guard Corey Lowe, who has teamed with Wake Forest-bound Anthony Gurley to win two straight state titles, is back on the board after being released from his letter-of-intent with Providence.
Boston College and nearby Providence both picked up backcourt help with the Eagles landing Tyrese Rice for this upcoming season and the Friars getting an early commitment from an underrated guard.