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Player Quotes vs. Arizona State
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 06/22/2004
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ARIZONA WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
ARIZONA STATE @ ARIZONA
JANUARY 30, 2000

ARIZONA PLAYER QUOTES

Guard Reshea Bristol

"It was a tough battle all the way to the end, but we kept together as a team. We didn't let it slip away at the end."

"We still need to be a first and second half team. We need to keep up our intensity the whole time."

"We are still in the hunt for the Pac-10 title. Every team is going to have at least one loss this year, and we all want a chance at the title."

Center Tatum Brown

"Well, I was really excited to play ASU. They have great post players, and they really gave me a great challenge. They made us work very hard."

"I think we came out and did a better job in the second half. We kept up our intensity, and we played strong. We picked it up defensively and took our time at the end."

"We regrouped in the last few minutes, and we did what we had to do to finish it off. They gave us a run for our money, but we had great defensive intensity at the end."

"We can't take anyone lightly in the Pac-10. On any given day, everyone can lose. But, we kept our poise and were able to come back. We just have to take it one game at a time."

ARIZONA STATE PLAYER QUOTES

Center Rachel Holt

"We were short people, but everyone played well. We had some letdowns that really cost us the game."

Forward Kristine Sand

"I thought that the post needed to play better defensively. We put ourselves in the position to win the game, but we didn't pull it off, and that is very frustrating."

"I was really relaxed out there. I got good looks and really good passes."

"We showed that we can play with anyone in the country. We will get them (Arizona) next time because we are better at home than we are away."

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