We knew she was a shooter and we tried to make her go left and help out on her, but it just didn't happen for most of the game.

Maggie had an infectious personality that rubbed off on everyone. She was a great person, a great coach and a great leader.

It's easy to say that some of it is youth, but I don't accept that excuse. They shouldn't be young anymore at this point in the season. We've been tested enough as a team to come away with some of these wins.

They pressured us well and we couldn't handle it. The last 33 minutes were a product of the tempo they set in the first seven minutes.

We came in tonight looking to play with the league's best and we just couldn't handle what they threw at us. We embarrassed ourselves.

We know that the day-to-day for the Army team will be a challenge and we're coming together as a team to do anything we can to help them out as they heal from this terrible tragedy.

We needed to come out and make sure we defended our home court and played strong in the second half. Defensively, we played better and we shot the ball better today.

This is not the same old Lafayette team and if we want to come out of that game with a win, we're going to have to execute a lot better and play an up-tempo style of basketball.