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“We didn’t put our best foot forward,” she said. “It could’ve been because of the travel or the back to back, but for whatever reason we didn’t play our best game.”
This game featured two more breakout scorers, as freshman guard Zoe Zwerling and junior center Francesca Sally each set season highs in points. Zwerling hit four shots off the bench to chip in 11 points, while Sally, the starting center, notched 10 points of her own.
The team struggled on defense, something Cole cited as “uncharacteristic,” but she was not worried that the team allowed 69 points in consecutive games.
“I think we’ve been good in the defensive end overall,” she said.
Returning to the East Coast, the team hit the road again to take on the University of New Hampshire (UNH) in Durham to cap off a three-game road trip. The Huskies got back in the win column with a 66-54 victory.
DeFreese and Genco exploded offensively, combining for 50 points and nearly beating the Wildcats by themselves. DeFreese was 12 of 14 from the field, and the team as a whole shot 46.6 percent, its best mark of the season.
Moving ahead, the team has just five games remaining until it starts Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) play.
The Huskies are back in action on Friday when they host the University of Maine to kick off a six-game homestand that lasts until their first CAA game against Towson University on Jan. 3.
موقع يبيع ذهب في دبي Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics