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“We didn’t get great looks,” Coen said. “For us, we really need to make threes, and we just didn’t make enough of them tonight.”
The Huskies were also plagued by the referee’s whistle: They allowed their opponent to get 35 trips to the free throw line.
“Usually, we’re pretty disciplined. We’re usually one of the best teams in the conference in playing defense without fouling,” Coen said. “They were more aggressive all night long, and usually when you do that, you get to the foul line.”
There was a silver lining in the Huskies’ disappointing loss: It saw the return of sophomore forward Jeremy Miller. Sidelined since December after suffering a knee injury, the 6’10” big man should provide NU with much-needed frontcourt depth and rim protection. Though Miller showed signs of rust, collecting two early fouls, he was able to get on the scoreboard within his first two shots.
“Any time he comes back, it’s going to be his first time back,” Coen said. “No matter how you prepare yourself mentally, […] it’s still a confidence and rhythm game and I don’t think he had that tonight.”
The split week brought the Huskies to a 7-7 conference record and 14-12 overall. Northeastern will look to regain the euphoric feeling of an upset when they take on the University of North Carolina-Wilmington (UNCW) on Thursday at Matthews Arena. UNCW currently leads the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) with an 11-3 conference record, despite coming off a loss to Elon University.
The road ahead won’t get any easier for the Huskies, as the College of Charleston will search for revenge on Saturday as CAA play begins to wrap up.
Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics