BOSTON -- Walter Whyte had 17 points to lead five Boston University players in double figures as the Terriers narrowly beat Dartmouth 78-76 on Saturday to end a five-game skid.
Dartmouth closed to 77-76 on Taurus Samuels' layup with six seconds to go, but McCoy made one of two free throws to ice it.
Boston University plays UMass Lowell on the road next Saturday. Dartmouth matches up against Central Connecticut at home on Wednesday.
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