Dec. 20, 2006
"It's always up to the kids and tonight Marie (Warner) came up big. She did a good job of just being ready. We've always known we'd have to play deep and more so now, than in the past. Marie is one of those kids."
"More often than not, we've relied more on balance. Most of my career has been like that. The (Shona) Thorburn and (Kim) Smith years were the exception to that."
"We got some boards and got to the basket. Those things created more than a one-and-out every time down and we got some opportunities. We were able to get to the rim, which helped us get to the line as well."
"It's good to be consistent, but you just have to play hard and do your best. That's all you can do."
"When you're called on, you just try and do what you can to help the team. You just have to be ready when you're called on."
"I think they [Utah] came to finish a ball game, and we're not able to get ourselves over the hump. We've talked long and hard that it takes all 11 players to win a ball game for us, so we have too many players that are coming and going. They have a kid like Warner who steps in off of the bench and comes in and makes a play. She wasn't even on our scouting report today, but we've known about her. I don't even have a kid making a play. It's kudos to them. They wanted it more and they played well. For Utah, every given night they have somebody who comes to play. That's what being a team is all about and that's how you win ball games."