WORCESTER, Mass. – Holy Cross needed a win, simply put. They came into Tuesday night having lost five in a row. But more than that, they could have used a good, convincing win, especially since they at one point looked like they might have a chance at just that. They’ll be content with their 66-57 win over Navy, but not content with how they had to hang on at the end.
“You definitely would rather win ugly than lose pretty,” said sophomore guard Justin Burrell. “We’re definitely not content with the way we played in the second half. We talked about some of the mistakes that we made. We’re not satisfied with our play, so we’re going to continue to build off of that with these couple of days that we have in practice, and hopefully we can get better.”