BOSTON (AP) -- Shamika Jackson scored 15 points off the bench
while Clare Droesch and Brooke Queenan each added 14, leading Boston College (No. 22 ESPN/USA Today; No. 25 AP) to a 71-44 win over Seton Hall on Saturday.
Kathrin Ress added 11 points for the Eagles (17-7, 8-5 Big
East), who opened an early 17-3 lead.
Ashley Bush led Seton Hall (14-10, 6-7) with 12 points. The
Pirates dropped to 2-7 against ranked teams this season.
Queenan scored six points as the Eagles opened their early lead,
holding Seton Hall without a basket for the first 10:42. BC led
29-17 at the half.
The Pirates closed to 30-21 on Bush's jumper early in the second
half, but never got closer. The Eagles broke the game open with a
It was BC's second win in its last six games since losing
leading scorer Jessalyn Deveny to a season-ending ruptured right
The Eagles have won 10 of their last 11 games against Seton
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