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Cole reinforced the importance of moving the ball on offense.

“One of the things we continue to work on is our ball movement,” Cole said. “When we move the ball, when we get everyone involved, good things happened. I think we did a really nice job of that against Elon and we did a great job again tonight.”

The women knew they were going to face another tough test Sunday – a Charleston team that scores points and gets steals.

“This is a team that can put the ball into the basket, so our goal going into it was to keep the scoring down,” Cole said.

The Huskies would have to be at their best. And they were, but midway through the fourth quarter, Charleston brought the game to within nine points. A Charleston comeback seemed possible, but Northeastern’s stingy defense prevailed, holding Charleston to just 22 percent shooting from the field. The offense continued to move the ball effectively and hit open shots down the stretch. For the game, Northeastern shot 40 percent from the field and 33 percent from three-point range.

After five consecutive losses, Northeastern is back in the win column and right where they want to be as the Colonial Athletic Association tournament looms.

“[The win] means a lot,” Genco said. “It’s a nice boost; I think it’s just what we needed right now. And I think it confirms that we have been improving and we’re getting ready for postseason play.”

The Huskies will host Delaware this Friday before embarking on their last road trip of the regular season. They conclude their regular season on March 1 against Hofstra, which is the team’s senior night.

Coach Cole expanded on Genco’s positive remarks, as she looked forward to the rest of the season.

“We’ve had the toughest part of our schedule behind us. We’re looking to go into these last six games thinking that we could get on a six game roll right here,” she said. “I would say they’re locked in. They got their sights on making a run at it, kind of like we did last year, and then getting ourselves ready for the tournament.”

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