When you travel for four hours, you're happy to get a win. I was disappointed in our half-court defense and transition defense but I thought our offense was good.
Walker hit crucial shots. She got everybody going. She ignited us offensively and defensively. We were able to find a groove and get focused.
We're glad to still be playing. I think it's a tribute to the team that we are one of the top 64 teams in Division II.
Lees-McRae had good inside-outside people. They came to play. I didn't think they would make it this tough on us. I was glad No. 4 (wiry 6-foot junior Denise Wilson) fouled out. She was hurting us with her drives, her finishing and making foul shots.
She was crucial in that one. She's a player that you look to down the stretch. In the crunch, you depend on her to do the things she does well.
She has to get double-doubles for us. She's a player that you depend upon at this time of the year.
But they have got to turn around and do the same thing.
Jo stepped up and we needed somebody to do that.
Some of the teams won two games, and Anderson's kids put up some pretty big numbers. I'm proud of her for getting the honor again.
We can't worry about what Anderson does; we had an opportunity and didn't take advantage of it. We've got two tough games left.
We played very lazy at the very start of the game. We let (Limestone) do some things that they do well. They're a good team if you let them be.
We were just glad to go down there and get the win. St. Andrews is a hard place for us to play.
We played well enough for me to get everyone some playing time. We had a good team effort and everybody played well at times.
We're leaving on Wednesday, so that gives us all day Thursday to go to practice and sit around. By the time Friday rolls around, (the trip) shouldn't have much of an effect.
We've got to get our win back. We played terrible there. We let them do whatever they wanted offensively.
When we joined the NCAA, we could start doing more things. I had no volleyball assistant and (women's basketball assistant coach) Daniel Colvin was not on the campus except during basketball season.
We almost threw it out before Christmas but we played it against Coker (College) a couple of weeks ago and it worked well for us. We went back to it and it worked well for us tonight.
We weren't very intense in the first half. We were a little bit more focused and were able to do some things, defensively, in the second half. A win's a win and we're glad to get it.
(Erskine) put up a good defensive effort. They made us work for everything we got. They are probably the hardest-working team we play. They're a good team, and we'll probably see them again.
Our defense broke down. We allowed them to keep driving the lane and were fouling them when they were making shots.
Active hands led to a lot of deflections and steals for us. We played really well; everyone put forth a great effort.
This has been a good experience for our kids, making it to our second NCAA tournament in three years. This should give our younger kids something to build on and look forward to as they begin the off-season.
I've grown so attached to all of my seniors, that they seem like my own kids. It's sad to see them go, but they leave behind a great legacy for the rest of the players in our program to follow.
It's very frustrating that, at this time of the year after giving a pretty consistent effort after effort after effort. We're right there in the race and you just let it slip away. If you're on the road, it's one thing but on your home court, you've got to protect your home court.
If she had been here for four years, she would have all the records.