John Papale
John  Papale


Wallingford, Conn.

High School:
Choate Rosemary Hall

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 195




Terriers Host American Wednesday Night at The Roof

BU seeks fifth straight win and first sweep of the season


Late Rally, Strong FT Shooting Propel BU to 89-82 OT win at Lafayette

Terriers extend win streak to season-high four games behind 9-3 end-of-regulation run and 22-of-24 FT performance


BU to Conclude Road Trip at Lafayette Saturday Afternoon

Terriers seek season-high four-game win streak


Terrier Offense Dominates in 83-72 Win at Navy

BU shoots season-high 58.1 percent from the field against the Patriot League's best defense


Terriers Travel to Navy Wednesday Night

BU looks to move above .500 in conference action for first time this year


Men's Basketball at Quinnipiac

Photos from the Terriers' 64-57 win at Quinnipiac. Photo credit: Steve McLaughlin


Men's Basketball at South Florida

Photos from the Terriers' 78-66 victory at South Florida. (Credit: Jason Roberts/ESOM)


First Practice of 2015-16 MBB Season

Photos from the Terriers' first practice of the 2015-16 season.


2015 Men's Basketball Team Banquet

Photos from the Terriers' annual team banquet.


Men's Basketball vs. Army (2-25-15)

Photos from the Terriers' 63-57 victory against Army. Photo Credit - Jim Pierce


2012-13 | 2013-14 | 2014-15


2013 America East All-Rookie Team

AS A JUNIOR IN 2014-15

Started in all 30 games, setting a school record for minutes played per game at 37.0 mpg ... Served as a team captain ... Finished fourth on the team in scoring at 9.2 ppg ... Ranked second in the Patriot League in assist-turnover ratio at 2.55, tied-for-third best mark in a season at BU, and eighth in assists at 3.4 apg ... Shot 40.6 percent, including 37.7 percent from behind the arc ... Averaged 2.7 rpg while tallying 19 steals ... Drained 57 3-pointers to move into a tie for fifth all-time at BU with 192 career treys ... Burned Quinnipiac with a regulation-ending 3-pointer for the second time in three years with his latest one giving BU a 71-68 victory ... Reached double figures in 14 games, highlighted by a career-high 22 points vs. Bucknell on 8-of-13 shooting ... Drained a season-high five 3-pointers at Norfolk State ... Almost earned his first double-double with 11 points and eight assists at Loyola Maryland ... Posted a season-high six rebounds at home against the Greyhounds.  


Appeared in all 35 games, making 33 starts ... Finished fourth on the team in scoring at 9.3 ppg ... Shot 44.0 percent from the field, 41.4 percent from behind the arc and 88.2 percent at the free throw line ... Led the Terriers with 70 3-pointers, which are tied-for-seventh most in a season at BU ... Reached double-figure scoring 16 times ... Averaged an identical 30.3 minutes per game compared to last season ... Finished with 23 steals, three more than last season's total, and added 41 assists, eight more than his freshman total ... Tallied a career-high 20 points at Loyola Maryland, shooting a perfect 7-of-7 from the field, including 6-of-6 from behind the arc ... Drained six treys against Norfolk State ... Scored in double figures for five straight games from Feb. 1 - Feb. 15 ... Hit five second-half 3-pointers en route to 19 points to help lift BU to a 71-70 come-from-behind win at Army ... Terriers trailed by as many as 11 in the middle of the game ... Keyed 8-1 run in final 44 seconds behind two 3-pointers to send Harvard game to overtime ... Had career-high four assists with zero turnovers vs. UMass Lowell ... Hit 3-pointer and later followed with three made free throws to help BU finish on 10-2 run to defeat Northeastern, 72-69.


Had a strong first season with the Terriers, starting the last 14 games of the year ... Earned America East All-Rookie Team accolades ... Led the league in 3-point shooting percentage (.419) and finished fourth in made 3-pointers per game (2.2) ... Recorded 65 treys, just two shy of reaching the top 10 in BU history for a season ... Averaged 9.3 ppg during the year and 10.9 ppg in conference-only games ... Shot 44.1 percent from the field ... Averaged 2.7 rebounds and 30.2 minutes per game ... Recorded season-high 19 points at Vermont with 12 coming in the final five minutes for the 64-59 win ... Tallied 18 points at Albany, including 11 in overtime behind three 3-pointers ... Earned first career start vs. Binghamton and finished with 14 points and a game and season-high nine rebounds ... Season-high three steals vs. Vermont and Cornell ... Led BU in scoring for the first time with 16 points vs. Quinnipiac ... Hit game-tying 3-pointer with 5.4 seconds left to send game to overtime ... Drained five 3-pointers during an 8:30 stretch in the second half at Canisius to finish wtih 17 points ... Performance marked most treys by a Terrier since Darryl Partin ('12) hit five at Boston College on Dec. 3, 2011 and most by a freshman since Jake O'Brien ('12) had five against Iona on Feb. 21, 2009.


Played four years at Choate Rosemary Hall H.S. ... Named one of the nation's top-25 3-point shooters by ESPN.com ... Finished career as the school's all-time leading scorer with 1,335 points in three years ... Named New Haven Register Player of the Year as a senior ... Served as team captain as a senior and junior ... Also earned NEPSAC Class A Player of the Year accolades ... Led team to NEPSAC Class A Championship as a junior ... A two-time NEPSAC Class A First Team honoree ... Received Western New England Third Team honors as a sophomore.


Born April 29, 1993 ... Son of Michael and Joan Papale ... Father played both basketball and baseball at Assumption College ... One older brother, Michael, who is currently an assistant at Southern Connecticut State ... Graduated in three years from the College of Arts and Sciences with a degree in international relations ...Currently earning a master's in administrative studies with a concentration in financial economics.


Nickerson Turns 100

Braves/Nickerson Field celebrates its 100th anniversary.


Patriot League Network

Find out how to watch your Terriers compete at home and on the road in the Patriot League!


Student-Athlete of the Week

Talkow went 16-of-18 at the faceoff X on Saturday.