For the evening, the Cadets attempted 27 free throws to nine by the Quakers.
“We got to look at why,” Weaver said. “And those are veteran officials and the game was called right. Those are good officials.”
Of the 27 Cascade free throws, they were only able to connect on 15 of them.
“That really hurt us,” DuBois said.
After last season’s 1-20 record and starting this year off 3-11, first-year coach Weaver said these type of wins are important for getting the program turned in the right direction.
“The more we’re in these situations, the more we can learn,” he said. “Just based on where the program has been this year and last year, to put ourselves in that situation and learn from it is big.”