Graham Hays espnW.com
It takes a lot to overshadow three teammates each scoring 20 points, but the story out of No. 1 Notre Dame's win against No. 9 Villanova has to be the person who scored 2 points. Not expected to play because of injury, Westbeld changed Notre Dame's defense and offensive spacing when she came on after halftime. Fighting Irish were on pace at the time to allow 171 points in just their first two tournament games -- that's the exact same number of points they allowed in their first three games en route to the final in 2011. Now the question is can she get healthy enough to play twice in one weekend in Spokane?
Rebecca Lobo @RebeccaLobo
When a player laughs about a call that sends them to the line, it may have been the wrong call.
LaChina Robinson @LaChinaRobinson
Am I surprised that Louin and Mabrey got tied up? No.