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  • #46
    Originally posted by 6-4-3 Jackrabbit View Post
    Two paths to victory in my opinion....
    1. Ugly game. Winning score ends up in the upper 50’s to low 60’s.
    2. SDSU makes 10 plus three point shots. Same formula that PFW used to beat SDSU’s men....

    Good luck ladies and Go Rabbits!
    basically nailed it. go a head and toot your horn on this one.
    "The most rewarding things you do in life, are often the ones that look like they cannot be done. Arnold Palmer

    Don't sweat the petty things, and don't pet the sweaty things.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by AZjack View Post
      With Jacks past showing in the tourney, I'll about guarantee a spot in the WNIT probably hosting rounds if they advance.
      I was always under the impression that the top team in each Conference not going to the NCAA Tournament was already offered a spot in the WNIT. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by goon View Post

        assuming injured players come back heathy, having Burkard, selland, Nelson and Theisen, we have a good core, just need shooters and someone to handle the ball. Are any of the incoming freshman going to fit that role? We usually have 1 freshman who makes an immediate impact. I don't really see those currently on the bench ready to take that next step. Thuenick and Stapleton if they work hard during the off season might get some more playing time but not sure they can really handle the scoring load that would be needed.
        Tylee Irwin has another year too, right?

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        • #49
          Originally posted by jackdaniel View Post
          Tylee Irwin has another year too, right?
          Yes, I think so. not sure how many jacks fans will like that. She plays great D and effort, but her offense needs to be more consistant. missed some shots that should have been more then makeable. but she should be back yes. But I don't think of her as core player, more of a specialist. The others you can build a team around with a few more pieces.
          "The most rewarding things you do in life, are often the ones that look like they cannot be done. Arnold Palmer

          Don't sweat the petty things, and don't pet the sweaty things.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by jackdaniel View Post
            I was always under the impression that the top team in each Conference not going to the NCAA Tournament was already offered a spot in the WNIT. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
            There is 64 spots in WNIT. They have at-large teams as well.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by UWMandSDSU View Post

              There is 64 spots in WNIT. They have at-large teams as well.
              Doesn't the best team in a conference not to make the NCAA tourney get an auto-bid?

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              • #52
                That game was so fun. My throat hirts. I wish we could redo a couple of those first possessions of the 4th quarter, those couple turnovers set the tone for the rest of the 4th.

                Like our 08 09 team, it (almost) would've been a shame for that USD squad to not have been dancing the right way.
                "Life is short so make sure you spend as much time as possible arguing with strangers on the Internet." - Person

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by MontanaRabbit View Post

                  Doesn't the best team in a conference not to make the NCAA tourney get an auto-bid?
                  Selecting Teams: Automatic Berths
                  Thirty-two (32) spots in the Postseason WNIT will be filled automatically by the best team available in each of the nation's 32 conferences, after the NCAA Tournament committee makes its picks.
                  1. A team that is offered an automatic berth by the WNIT shall be the team that is a.) the highest-finishing team in its conference's regular-season standings, and b.) is then not selected for the NCAA Tournament. It does not matter what the team's overall record is. For the automatic qualifying berth, the WNIT believes that a team's conference record is a more fair comparison among teams within their own conference, and that the conference record should pre-empt overall records among teams from the same conference. The automatic qualifying team is rewarded with the AQ spot for its in-conference play.
                  2. Should a conference's automatic qualifier team decline the WNIT invitation, then the conference forfeits its AQ spot and that berth goes into the at-large pool.
                  3. In the event of a tie among teams under consideration for the WNIT automatic berth, the WNIT will abide by conference bylaws that have been set up specifically to address a tie-breaking situation in that specific conference.
                  4. In the event of a tie among teams with identical conference records and there are no specific bylaws to address it, the WNIT will recognize the conference tiebreaker, and select the team with the best seed for its conference tournament.
                  5. Multiple-division conferences receive one WNIT automatic berth. The qualifying process is the same as that for single-division conferences. However, if a conference designates more than one top seed (i.e. a No. 1 seed for each division), then the conference office shall determine, before its conference tournament begins, a seeding order for WNIT purposes.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by MontanaRabbit View Post

                    Doesn't the best team in a conference not to make the NCAA tourney get an auto-bid?
                    So a run in the WNIT would be nice or a home game or two.
                    "The most rewarding things you do in life, are often the ones that look like they cannot be done. Arnold Palmer

                    Don't sweat the petty things, and don't pet the sweaty things.

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by UWMandSDSU View Post

                      Selecting Teams: Automatic Berths
                      Thirty-two (32) spots in the Postseason WNIT will be filled automatically by the best team available in each of the nation's 32 conferences, after the NCAA Tournament committee makes its picks.
                      1. A team that is offered an automatic berth by the WNIT shall be the team that is a.) the highest-finishing team in its conference's regular-season standings, and b.) is then not selected for the NCAA Tournament. It does not matter what the team's overall record is. For the automatic qualifying berth, the WNIT believes that a team's conference record is a more fair comparison among teams within their own conference, and that the conference record should pre-empt overall records among teams from the same conference. The automatic qualifying team is rewarded with the AQ spot for its in-conference play.
                      2. Should a conference's automatic qualifier team decline the WNIT invitation, then the conference forfeits its AQ spot and that berth goes into the at-large pool.
                      3. In the event of a tie among teams under consideration for the WNIT automatic berth, the WNIT will abide by conference bylaws that have been set up specifically to address a tie-breaking situation in that specific conference.
                      4. In the event of a tie among teams with identical conference records and there are no specific bylaws to address it, the WNIT will recognize the conference tiebreaker, and select the team with the best seed for its conference tournament.
                      5. Multiple-division conferences receive one WNIT automatic berth. The qualifying process is the same as that for single-division conferences. However, if a conference designates more than one top seed (i.e. a No. 1 seed for each division), then the conference office shall determine, before its conference tournament begins, a seeding order for WNIT purposes.
                      Thanks. I thought I remembered that right.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by goon View Post

                        assuming injured players come back heathy, having Burkard, selland, Nelson and Theisen, we have a good core, just need shooters and someone to handle the ball. Are any of the incoming freshman going to fit that role? We usually have 1 freshman who makes an immediate impact. I don't really see those currently on the bench ready to take that next step. Thuenick and Stapleton if they work hard during the off season might get some more playing time but not sure they can really handle the scoring load that would be needed.
                        My thoughts when it comes to our next PG. Emily Herzberg is the only one of the three listed as a guard for the next class. With that said, can you even expect a true freshman to be a PG? (if she even fits that model, IDK) Lindsay looks to be the one to take Rylie's place, but I just don't think she can cut it (with what we know now), she is too prone to turnovers. Lauren must not be able to cut it either or we would have seen more of her to get her some experience. IMO, we are left with maybe getting a grad transfer, or a JUCO (have we had one lately/ever that I can't remember). Our other option is to develop Tylee into the PG, IDK if that can be done or not? If we get Myah back and Madysen V is the shooter I think she might be, we will have enough outside options with Sydney and Lindsay too (plus others, if they continue to develop). We also don't know what we have in Regan, Emily, and Mesa when it comes to shooting. If we put out a starting lineup with 4 6'+ players with more 6'+ reserves in the weeds, we maybe don't have to be overpowering from the 3pt line. JMO.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by RowdyRabbit View Post
                          That game was so fun. My throat hirts. I wish we could redo a couple of those first possessions of the 4th quarter, those couple turnovers set the tone for the rest of the 4th.

                          Like our 08 09 team, it (almost) would've been a shame for that USD squad to not have been dancing the right way.
                          It would be great to see a Summit school in the Sweet 16 back-to- back years. It only helps us in the future. From the last bracketology, USD would be in the same bracket as Oregon (#1) and UConn (#2). They would end up playing the Huskies in the round of 16.
                          -South Dakotan by birth, a Jackrabbit by choice.

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by 98Jackfarmer View Post

                            My thoughts when it comes to our next PG. Emily Herzberg is the only one of the three listed as a guard for the next class. With that said, can you even expect a true freshman to be a PG? (if she even fits that model, IDK) Lindsay looks to be the one to take Rylie's place, but I just don't think she can cut it (with what we know now), she is too prone to turnovers. Lauren must not be able to cut it either or we would have seen more of her to get her some experience. IMO, we are left with maybe getting a grad transfer, or a JUCO (have we had one lately/ever that I can't remember). Our other option is to develop Tylee into the PG, IDK if that can be done or not? If we get Myah back and Madysen V is the shooter I think she might be, we will have enough outside options with Sydney and Lindsay too (plus others, if they continue to develop). We also don't know what we have in Regan, Emily, and Mesa when it comes to shooting. If we put out a starting lineup with 4 6'+ players with more 6'+ reserves in the weeds, we maybe don't have to be overpowering from the 3pt line. JMO.
                            USeD has 8 players on their current roster under 6', we have 4

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                            • #59
                              used will have a tougher time in the NCAA's without the help of Summit League refs

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                              • #60
                                Great effort by the ladies. The no call on Larsen was huge. State wasn’t going to give up any points in transition. Shots went up and players got back.
                                “The Big Flop” was comical. Rylie runs her over then Boltsma can’t even get through her....Hmmmm....Why refs fall for that is beyond me.

                                I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. I love when our teams wear the blue road uniforms. Love the blue!

                                Way to battle ladies. Champions go down with a fight....

                                Go Rabbits!


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