The Colonials (8-7, 1-1 A-10) had a difficult time stopping the Dukes (11-4, 2-0 A-10) on the defensive end in their 69–52 loss.
The Colonials (8-6, 1-0 A-10) never trailed and defeated the Hawks (5-7, 0-1 A-10) 70–64 to start conference play with a victory.
Men’s basketball (7-6) closed out its non-conference schedule with a 58–48 victory over Harvard Saturday afternoon.
The Colonials (5-7) held the Hawks (2-9) to just 13 first-half points and relied on a spread out attack to win their final non-conference matchup Friday.
Men’s basketball (6-6) defeated the Wildcats (3-9) after trailing by as many as 12 points in the first half Wednesday night at the Smith Center.
Athletic director Patrick Nero will resign from his position Dec. 31 after serving at the helm of the athletic department for more than six years.
The Colonials (4-7) defeated American (6-4) 61–44 by shooting 62.5 percent from three and holding the Eagles to just 32.1 percent shooting.
The Colonials (5-6) shot a season-low 30.2 percent from the field and lost 59–50 despite outscoring the Hurricanes by eight points in the second half.
The Colonials (5-5) were unable to contend with Penn State (8-3) on the road after trailing by 29 points at halftime.
The Colonials (3-6) had their worst offensive game of the year in a 61–44 loss to Mercer (7-2) Wednesday night.