Story by Phil Marshall
The Hawks fell to Mercer College on Saturday but grew as a team in the process.
"They have a high work rate," Head Coach CJ Trammell said. "To be successful in this game, we've got to constatnly be worker harder."
The Hawks have played six games in a 12 day span and that hasn't been easy on the team.
Atrition has been the word for the Hawks lately and they have been playing with players injured or banged up.
"We have to get healthy," Trammell said. "This group is determined to recover and once we do, we will take care of ourselves going forward."
There were some positive takeaways from the match.
"When we did have possession, we looked dangerous at times when we were on attack," Trammell said.
Lot of hard tough lessons can be learned in times like this, and the Hawks are ready to start heading back in a positive direction.
"We've got to work harder defensively to create more possession and be quicker once we have possession and have more movement off the ball," Trammell said. "If those things happen, we can become a dangerous team."
The Hawks next match-up will be at home against Anne Arundel Community College on Tuesday September 17th at 4:00PM