Women's Basketball Postgame Quotes AAC Tournament Round One

    <i>Marche' Amerson has led the Cougars in scoring in eight of the last 13 games</i>
    Marche' Amerson has led the Cougars in scoring in eight of the last 13 games
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    Recap |  Final Stats

    2014 American Athletic Conference Tournament 

    Uncasville, Conn. American Athletic Tournament First Round- Mohegan Sun Arena

    Friday, March 8, 2014

    Game 2: No. 10 Houston 73, No. 7 Memphis 67

    • Win tonight marks Houston's first conference tournament win since 2011
    • Sophomore guard Marche' Amerson recorded a career-high 24 points
    • Cougars shot a season-high 48.9 percent from the field (22-of-45)
    • Houston shot a season-high 60 percent from three-point land (6-of-10)
    • Cougars improve to 2-1 all-time vs. Memphis in postseason play
    • Houston improves to 9-9 in conference tournament opening round games since 1997
    • Cougars improve to 11-6 in overall tournament games since 1997

     Houston Interim Head Coach- Wade Scott

    Opening Statement
    “I was really proud of our kids. I thought they really came out and played hard. I have to give a lot of credit to Memphis—I thought their kids really fought towards the end. I know Ariel Hearn hit so many threes—I thought they were going to come back and get us there for a minute. I was just extremely proud of our kids.”

    On strategy after first media timeout
    “I thought we got great looks—we just missed layups. Our main thing was just to stay with what we were doing, and we just needed to score.”

    On advancing to the next round
    “It beats going home tomorrow. I’m ecstatic that our kids played well, and hopefully we can continue.”

    Sophomore forward- Marche’ Amerson


     

     

    On feeling heading in to tomorrow’s game
    “My teammates got me the ball, and I just tried to convert. A lot of credit goes to Bianca Winslow—she came in with a lot of fire and she really got us going.”

    On mindset during final minutes of the game
    “I just kind of saw that we were struggling a little bit and I tried to come to the ball and use my speed to get over it so we didn’t get a ten-second count.”

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