Women’s Basketball- Barely a weak into the season there are two very important things to notice about this Owls team.
First, they turn the ball over a lot. Second, they know how to play defense.
This comes as a bit of a surprise because typically teams that commit a lot of errors have trouble holding the team off the scoreboard.
If you dismiss the team’s loss to Nebraska, 64-39, the Owls have held their other two opponents, both wins, to an average of 39.5 points. Temple turned the ball over 19 times against Montana and had 26 giveaways against Seton Hall.
This season they’ve allowed just .277 shooting, including .200 from three-point land. Typically an excess of turnovers—the Owls three opponents have committed just 42 turnovers to their 67—leads to easy buckets for the opposing team.
Not the case thus far for Temple, but that trend will have to change if they hope to keep winning.