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“I think he scored enough tonight for us to win. I don’t want him to take bad shots,” Coen said. “He’s creating a lot of offense for us.”

With Ford out, Coen played Ford’s brother, freshman Sajon Ford, and fellow freshman Brandon Kamga for a combined 29 minutes.

“Taking [Ford] off the floor and inserting some freshman: you’re going to have some two for 12 [shooting] moments,” Coen said.

Prewitt was sensational, abusing Northeastern in the paint to the tune of a season-high 28 points and five rebounds.

Jeremy Miller proved once again to be a legit scoring option for the Huskies, as the freshman tallied 23 points (4-6 3pt FG) in just 19 minutes of play. Miller missed a lot of time due to foul trouble, as the center struggled with the more experienced Tribe big men.

When the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) leaders, UNCW, came into town on Saturday, the result was eerily similar. Northeastern kept pace with the up-tempo Seahawk attack in the first half but couldn’t last much longer.

After a three from David Walker knotted the score at 42 early in the second half, the Seahawks pieced together a 20-4 run, keyed by junior guard Chris Flemmings, who dropped 23 of his 25 points in the second half and went a perfect 10 of 10 from the field. The run gave UNCW a 62-46 lead with under 13 minutes to play, and the deficit proved insurmountable. NU turned the ball over four times in the six-minute stretch.

“Their pressure was very effective against us in the second half,” Coen said. “They play a small-ball lineup and once you get behind, you really can’t play much zone, and they took advantage of some matchups.”

Ford finally returned to the starting lineup, chipping in 15 points, five rebounds and four assists in 31 minutes.

“He was a little tentative, as to be expected. But I‘m glad he got out there,” Coen said post-game.

One positive was that the Huskies seemed keen on attacking the rim. Northeastern entered the game shooting just 20.8 free throws a game, but shot 21 in the first half alone against the Seahawks. After settling for jump shots and threes in previous games, Coen’s squad actually outscored UNCW in the paint in the first half, 22-10.

“They guard 94 feet so if you can get the ball over [halfcourt] you’re going to have a chance to attack the rim,” Coen said.

Up next for the Huskies is a battle at Towson University on Thursday night, followed by a matchup with Drexel University on Saturday at home.

Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics.