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Post-Game Quotes vs. Brown




Nov. 24, 2012

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POST-GAME QUOTESHEET
Pitt vs. Brown, Nov. 24, 2012

Head Coach Agnus Berenato

Opening Comments:
“I felt that it was just an unbelievable game. We weren’t ahead from the beginning. We were ahead by one point at the eight minute mark and then it was right back down to Brown. I just kept saying to the team to take a deep breath because we had so many shots and missed many so many layups. I think when you do that you become tentative. You can’t play tentatively. Ashley Anderson really got us going in the second half. She did not play tentatively. Ashley really got it started for us. Another thing was when we went offense-defense with Marquel Davis. She did a great job defensively and then we put Abby [Dowd] in on offense. That trap at the half court was really big. That’s the stuff we do and we just weren’t getting it this time.  A win is a win and you take it and run with it. Brown has to be heartbroken right now. This was without a doubt the best game Brown has played. Kudos to Carolyn King for a career high.  We held them to 57 points and anytime you can hold a team under 60 you should win. But, offensively we shot 28% and we missed a tremendous amount of shots. Tomorrow at practice they better know they are coming to work on layups and boxing out. Bottom line that was the game."

On Asia Logan being held to eight points:
“They double and triple teamed her each team and she didn’t recognize it. She tried to shoot on top of three people.”

On Chyna’s [Golden] play:
“In the second half she played really well. At one point she asked for a sub and as soon as the next dead ball was out she went right back in. I think today was one of Chyna’s [Golden] better games.”

Abby Dowd
On her final shot:
“I wasn’t shooting well in the second half. It’s pretty frustrating as a shooter because that’s my role on the time. I’m much better if I don’t have time to think. That was a practice shot and we do that every day. If you can just get a rhythm, that’s pretty good.”

Ashlee Anderson

On her string of points:
“Somebody has to step up in the moment and I felt like it was my time. I talked with my coaches and they said that I have to do what I have to do. Bri [Brianna Kiesel] stepped up and made defensive plays during another game to get us going. I kept making my shots and figured I would just continue and get my teammates involved.”