I think I'm numb, quite honestly.
I don't know how much you can say about Courtney that hasn't been said before. I got a chance to recruit her at Stanford and see her dominate as a high school player. She's definitely carried that over to the college ranks.
I don't know what the largest deficit was, but I think that everyone got to really enjoy what I've had an opportunity to enjoy all year, and that's just how tough our women really are, how strong they are, strong in character. They showed a lot of fight and I'm very proud of them.
These players had goals they wanted to attain and they kept their eye on it. We kept pressing forward, even when times were bleak.
It was somewhat of an empty feeling. There wasn't the ambience of a basketball game, the excitement surrounding it. But I love the neutral site. I think it levels the playing field.
Our focus was to take away their 3-point attempts. They thrive on 3-pointers; it's like a team that likes dunking.
Jess is probably one of our most consistent players day in and day out. She brings it every game. And that's huge, particularly for a young player.
All those losses that we've had, all the close games that we've lost ... has prepared us for this time.
I just wanted to step back and watch these young women celebrate; celebrate perseverance and that's really what they did, they persevered.