Forging a .500 record 10 games into the season usually isn't news. But doing so after an 0-3 start is an achievement for any program.
But coach Shawn Nadelen didn't want to make too much of the team's reversal.
"I don't know if we've really turned it around that much," he said Monday afternoon. "We've been fortunate in a few games to come away with some wins, but we still have a ton to work on and improve upon. I think our guys have just got a good attitude, and they've continued to work hard and stay focused. We've been able to get some wins on the board. Our guys have been real good as far as digging in during the games and putting their best out there when we needed them to. I'd like to see it for a full 60 minutes. We still haven't done that yet, but our guys are really starting to focus in and play a little bit better."
Towson’s hopes of earning an at-large bid to the
"Our heads were down earlier in the year, I guess," he said. "We weren't really good at handling adversity as far as rebounding from some losses and pushing forward. I think our guys' mentality now is, we have the ability to do that. We've won a couple overtime games and have been in some tight ones that haven't gone our way. We know the difference between wins and losses can be just the smallest thing on the field and a detail that we need to cover up. So I think their attitude has been good. We're trying to stay focused on moving forward and not dwelling on the past. No matter what happens within a series or a few plays of a game, you've got to make that next play be the best one you can."
The Tigers will try to secure a winning record for the first time this season when No. 4