Offensive droughts have plagued Northwestern all season. And they were the cause of the Tigers' problems again Friday night.
Northwestern made just two field goals over the first 15 minutes of the second half as visiting Pen Argyl came from behind to win 48-37.
After giving up 21 points in the first quarter, the Knights allowed less than that for the next three.
"We came out pretty bad," said Pen Argyl's Kyle Muller, who scored 15 points in the game. "We picked it up. We only gave up 16 points in the last three quarters combined. We turned up the defense."