Men’s Basketball: Lowly Tribe down Huskies By Andrew Parente, News Staff Despite its 1-10 record in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA), William & Mary was able to put up a strong effort and defeated the men’s basketball team, 68-63, last night in Williamsburg, Va. ‘ The win gives the Tribe just their second in the CAA, boosting them to 8-15 overall. Northeastern falls to 15-7 and 10-2 in the conference. follow site Sophomore guard Chaisson Allen led the Huskies in scoring with 12 points, all coming from three-point range. source link ‘I don’t think they did anything that surprised us,’ said head coach Bill Coen. ‘You come to expect a Tony Shaver coached team to play hard buzzer to buzzer, to finish possessions, to scrap and fight, and I think they did a much better job of that tonight than we did.’ ‘ ‘ الخيارات الثنائية كتاب خط أنابيب الربح After the Tribe went up by 13, their’ lead largest of the game in the second half, the Huskies began to mount a comeback, scoring 17 of the next 24 points. get link ‘ Allen connected for two of his threes during the run while junior guard Baptiste Bataille had seven points during that span. He hit a three at the 7:46 mark to bring the lead down to five and then connected on a pair of free throws to bring the score to 53-50 with 6:45 to go. But the run wasn’t enough as the Huskies never took the lead in the frame and the Tribe picked up their play on both ends of the court. ‘It was really our defensive alertness and intensity that didn’t allow us to get stops,’ Coen said. ‘I thought we were forced into way too many threes this evening, 26 is a lot for us and we’re not a three-point shooting team like that and you just have to give credit to their defense that limited our touches around the basket.’ ‘ The Huskies started slowly out of the gate as the Tribe held a lead for much of the first half. click here But NU was able to go on a 17-6 run to take a 24-18 lead, at the 5:58 mark. ‘ Junior guard Matt Janning got the run started with a three, and fellow junior Manny Adako finished it off with a hook shot in the paint. However, the Tribe didn’t let the game get away from them and were able to get the lead back during the latter stages of the half, finishing it off on a 10-2 run.
‘ With less than a minute to play, forward Steven Hess hit a jumper in the lane to tie it at 26. Then, on the final possession of the half, forward Quinn McDowell connected on a reverse lay-up to give William & Mary the 28-26 advantage to finish the period.
‘ For the game, the Huskies shot 39.6 percent from the field while the Tribe shot at a rate of 47.8 percent.
Northeastern attempted a season high 26 three-pointers, but only connected on seven of them (26.9 percent).
Janning and Adako were the other two Huskies in double figures, with 10 points each. McDowell led all scorers with 19 and guard David Schneider contributed 18.
Northeastern is back in action Saturday when it takes on UNC-Wilmington (6-18, 3-9 CAA) at Matthews Arena at 1 p.m.’
The Seahawks defeated VCU last night by’ a score of 81-72 in Wilmington, NC.’ Because of the loss, the Huskies retain sole possesion of first place in the conference.

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