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Cole thinks that the Towson game was not merely a blip on the radar for the pair, but likely an indication of continued success.

“The more teams focus on Jess [Genco] at the point, and Fran [Sally] in the paint, the more it’s going to free up others to knock down those shots,” she said.

The Huskies’ lone setback thus far in CAA play, a defeat at the hands of Drexel, came as a result of offensive shortcoming. Cole’s diagnosis of the loss did not reflect poorly on the defense, which might be expected in a 33-63 loss, but it was that the team needed more from its offense.

“I think, defensively, we did what we set out to do,” Cole said. “We couldn’t score. Our problem was that we couldn’t do anything on the offensive end. Anytime you hold Drexel, or any team really, to under 65 points, that’s a game you’re looking to get a ‘W’ in.”

Cole further absolved her defense, framing Drexel’s high shooting percentage as a credit to Drexel rather than a signal of weak defense.

“As I went back and watched the film, they shot the lights out,” she said. “They were probably as good as I’ve seen them all year long yesterday. We made them work for shots, we gave them looks we wanted them to take, and they were just knocking them down.”

One thing that dogged the Huskies in all three games, regardless of the outcome, was turning the ball over.  They had 21 turnovers against Hofstra, 19 against Towson and 18 against Drexel. Cole related this issue to a common theme of this season: The team’s overall youth and inexperience.

“The mentality of a conference game, because they know there’s an increased importance to it, could just be a little tight,” she said. “It could just be that we’ve got a really young team and we’re still trying to work on our confidence. You can make a pass and it’s just not there, or there could be some tightness in how we approach those types of things that are leading to turnovers.”
The team will try to maintain a winning conference record with as they take on the College of William & Mary on Jan. 13 and James Madison University on Jan. 15. Both games are on the road.  

Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics