Dec. 16, 2012
Dec. 16, 2012
Rider at Pitt, December 16, 2012
Petersen Events Center, Pittsburgh Pa.
Rider 65, Pitt 48
Quoting Sophomore Guard Brianna Kiesel
On how this loss affects her:
"I mean, it's a pretty tough loss. We came out a little stagnant. Practice has been a little stagnant, but that's not excuse. They are a good team; compliments to them, as Coach B. said. It's tough. It's a tough one for us."
On Asia's buzzer beater at the half:
"Going into half-time we were definitely excited. It was 24-22 going in. We were excited. We looked at everything and said, you know what, we didn't play too hot the first half, but we're going to come out for the second half and do it. We just came up a little short."
On her role on the court:
"As a point guard, I'm the one who makes the calls. I usually know what defenses we're in. You know, I just try to get everybody hype and excited. I just came up short myself. I had four turnovers which was probably really big. I know I had one turnover when we were down by eight and I guess I didn't dribble. I got a travel call when I probably could have gotten a lay-up. That would have put it at six. I think I should have stepped my game up too."
On how this loss affects her for Thursday's game:
"Every game is a big game. I'm hungry every game. I'm going to take this loss, look at it and watch film, see what we can do differently, and go into Mount Saint Mary's ready to win."
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