Men’s basketball locks up 6 seed in CAA

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Donnelly chipped in 12 points, including a huge four-point play that helped the Huskies take a 23-19 lead into the locker room at half.

Walker (eight points, 2-9 shooting) struggled from the field on Thursday, but came up big down the stretch on Saturday in Philadelphia. In another tight contest, NU clawed its way back from a late deficit to top Drexel.

A three from sophomore guard Rashann London (13 points) gave Drexel a 49-38 lead with 9:19 to play.

Over the next seven minutes, Walker connected on four threes, part of a 15-0 Husky run that gave NU a 56-51 advantage. Drexel senior guard Tavon Allen (27 points) answered the Husky run, hitting a three and two free throws to help the Dragons reclaim a 59-58 lead with 41 seconds to play.

But once again, the seniors came through for NU. Donnelly found a cutting Stahl for an easy layup on the next possession, and Drexel missed a couple of jumpers on their next trip down.

Ford hit one of two free throws with six seconds remaining to clinch it.

“I thought Drexel, for probably about 35 minutes, played harder than us and better than us,” Coen said. “We just had a stretch there where we seemed to catch a little bit of a rhythm.”

Walker scored 16 of his 20 points in the second half. Stahl posted a stellar all-around effort with 12 points, eight rebounds and six assists.

For the second consecutive game, junior guard T.J. Williams (six points, six rebounds) helped flip the game with his driving ability. Williams had four points and five assists in the second half against Charleston.

“He’s the one guy on our roster that can consistently [get to the rim],” Coen said. “And we need that from him.”

In the end, it was NU’s elder statesmen that tipped the scales.

“Down the stretch you’re subbing a bit on strategy but also on emotions,” Coen said post-game. “It means a lot to everybody but it means the most to your senior class, and I thought that senior class played really well today.”

Charleston lost to Hofstra University, 72-63, on Saturday, helping NU claim sole possession of sixth place. The Huskies will be allowed to rest on Friday before battling with Towson on Saturday in Baltimore.

Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics.

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