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Coen was referring to the Huskies’ 23-37 shooting night from the free throw line against BU, a percentage of 62.2 percent that could come back to haunt them in a close game. By the time they were playing UConn, they had already showed marked improvement (albeit on a small sample size), converting on seven of their nine free throw attempts.
Perhaps the most encouraging sign for the Huskies was the contributions from the trio of freshmen. Bolden Brace, Max Boursiquot and Shawn Occeus combined for 52 minutes and managed to contribute 16 points on opening night. The amount of playing time they received is a vote of confidence from Coen.
“They’re good players, good teammates, good kids,” Coen said. “Each one brings a different style to the court.”
The respect for the freshmen can be traced back to the senior leaders on the team as well.
“I feel like they keep us grounded and we keep each other grounded,” Williams said. “We hold each other to high standards because we’re on a mission.”
Northeastern clearly has a tight-knit group with the perfect amount of youthful energy and veteran leadership that makes them hard to take lightly.
The Huskies look to continue their hot start as they head to BU on Nov. 18 for a trio of games in the Steve Wright Classic.
Photos courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics