"Whether (our shooting) is up or whether it's down, we know that we need to play defense, because if we're playing defense we're going to most likely (contend) in the game," Brust said. "We can win some games if we're not shooting well when we play defense. That's something we have to be looking for, we have to keep playing good defense. If the shots are falling, we're a tough team to beat."
Sharpshooter Ben Brust, the team's scoring leader at 11.2 points per game, said he has learned to diversify his shot selection.