"That's one of our main goals," coach Shawn Nadelen said Thursday morning from the team hotel. "Our guys have worked hard for that, and I think that showed yesterday in our game. Drexel made a run in the third quarter just like they did in the first game, and our guys had the composure and wherewithal to weather that storm and rebound in the fourth quarter and lock it down. I think we showed our maturity and that's going to hopefully continue in the championship game. Our goal is to win the CAA championship. We believe that we are capable of doing that every season. That's something that we build the program on, and we're obviously excited for that opportunity."