Coach's Corner: Drexel vs Nova and ND

Coach's Corner: Drexel vs  Nova and ND

We knew going into the season that this week would be challenging, and it was.  Villanova and ND are very different, but both talented and ranked high.  Nova has a high powered offense, and ND has the nation's best D.


On Tuesday, we lost 14-9 to Villanova.  The beginning of the game was a total disaster, Villanova led 6-0 at the end of the first quarter. The team battled back to 7-5 and 11-8, but we couldn't overcome the early deficit.  We made too many mistakes, especially on the defensive end, to get the win.  Kyle Bergman led the offense with 1g and 4a's.  I was really disappointed with our defensive effort.  Nova is very talented, but we made a lot of basic errors and couldn't come up with the "big stop" when needed.


We lost 6-5 to ND on Saturday.  The game was back and forth.  We went up 2-0, they took a 4-2 lead in the third quarter, we tied it 5-5 in the middle of the fourth, and they scored with just under 5 minutes to play to take the final lead.  We had chances at the end (including a 30 second EMO w/ 1:15 to play), but ND's D stood up.  Aaron Prosser led the offense with 2 goals, and I felt like our D played well as a unit.


We have two games this week, and both are obviously important.  We play at St. Joe's on Tuesday at 3pm (game has been pushed up an hour), and at Bryant on Saturday at 1pm.  We're 1-3, but our losses are to the #1, #7, and #12 ranked teams in the country.  We need to get it going this week, and pick up some wins.  Tuesday is also our first conference game, so any support is appreciated.



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