Delaware Stuns #20 Towson and Wins CAA Championship

“He is at the top of his game,” said Shillinglaw of his goalkeeper. “A lot of it has to do with confidence. Noah is hard on himself but I think he is relaxing more and enjoying the game. He has really come on since mid-season.”

Shillinglaw, now in his 35th season as a head coach, including his 32nd at Delaware, could not say enough about this year's Blue Hen team.

“I don't know if I've ever had a group of guys who cared so much about each other,” said Shillinglaw. “Each group comes and you live and die with them. Their time goes by so quickly here and you want them to experience something like this. This is fantastic. We are playing well and I hope we can get a run going and keep on winning.”

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2010-05-08



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