By Matt Leon
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Drexel Dragons will play game three of a four-game homestand at the DAC on Thursday night when they welcome George Mason to town.READ MORE: South Jersey Man Recalls Moments After Shots Fired Injuring 2 Police Officers At Wawa Welcome America Fireworks Show In Philadelphia
Drexel sits at 10-14 on the season after smothering James Madison on Sunday night, 60-48. The Dragons held the Dukes to just 12 points on five field goals in the first half of that one.
“We played well defensively,” Drexel head coach Bruiser Flint tells KYW Newsradio. “Even going back and watching the tape, sometimes when a team scores (a low amount like) 12 points, you sometimes don’t understand it until you go back and watch it and say, ‘Well, they missed a bunch of open shots’ or whatever. But I actually thought we did a good job of being on top of them and making them score points over top of us. I thought we did a great job of what we call our ball pressure.”
Listen to Matt Leon’s interview with Bruiser Flint: