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“I’m confident in our ability to compete with Hofstra,” Kerkhof said. “I feel like we’re better prepared this time than we were the last two times. We’ve gone back, we’ve watched film from our previous games and learned from our mistakes.”
Kerkhof, who missed several games due to injury, has returned with strong play of late, scoring at a higher clip than before getting hurt. Since coming back from injury, Kerkhof has averaged 21 points per game, compared to 15.5 per game prior to going down. This week she was awarded CAA Player of the Week honors, the third Husky to win that award this season, joining teammates Cannon and Mark.
“I just have to continue to attack and be aggressive,” she said. “I think sometimes I’m more looking to reverse the ball and get it moving but I think it’s important for me to attack and find open teammates and knock down shots.”
The Huskies close out the season with an 11-3 home record, second best in the CAA and the best ever in program history. At this point last season, Northeastern held an 8-22 record, going 6-12 in the CAA. The last time the Huskies had a winning record in conference was when they were a member of the America East.
On Wednesday night, head coach La-Force and three players were honored at the year-end CAA banquet. La-Force took home Coach of the Year honors while Kerkhof was named All-CAA second team and All-Academic first team, and Cannon and Tunstull each received All-CAA third team laurels.
Northeastern will face Hofstra on Friday, March 15 in the first round of the conference tournament in Upper Marlboro, Md. Tipoff is set for 2:30 p.m.