ELON, N.C. — William and Mary coach Tony Shaver was left questioning his team's toughness, execution and consistency after slipping to its third CAA loss in four games.
And as the Tribe sunk beneath .500 in the Colonial Athletic Association, nearing the midway point in the schedule, the team and Shaver assessed the offensive shortcomings and the need to find some positive juices flowing during its upcoming stretch of four straight home games.
"I don't care whether you play in Williamsburg, in Elon or in Timbuktu, you can play the game hard," Shaver said. "We don't always play the game hard, and that rips my heart out."
The Tribe fell 71-62 at Elon...