The third quarter I was a little disappointed in us giving up second chances and getting lazy on close outs. They clamped down a little bit in the fourth quarter.
They kept their heads about them and that's the important. It was pretty much everything I expected. (I thought) it was going to come down to the last possession or the last minute and sure enough, it did.
Julie is very unselfish, but there are times when she needs to look for her own shot. She was looking to pass when she could've taken the shot herself.
She brings a lot of tools to the table. She knows how to read the floor, and she has a good feel for the game. That's something you can't teach or coach.
(St. Mary Central) did beat us the last time out, and I think that's motivation for the girls. We actually focused some on that loss and took some things away from that game. We had 32 turnovers in that game, which has been a topic of discussion this week, and the other thing was foul trouble.
Katie really did carry us in the first half. She's been (driving to the basket) a lot in the second half of the year. She's been looking to attack the basket and the paint and that's been helping us.
It's not from coaching. It's natural ability. She's got the natural ability you love to see and you don't see very often. It's amazing. That's about all I can say.