Presbyterian at Cincinnati: Postgame Quotes

March 17, 2013

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Presbyterian at Cincinnati

March 17, 2013

Nippert Stadium

Cincinnati Postgame Quotes


UC Head Coach Gina Oliver

On getting the win today:

“I don’t think we were too much worried about the score today. We wanted to make sure we executed our systems and played well as a team and got better today. Going in to BIG EAST play next week we had to come out and do what we had to do.”

On Kylie Ramsland and how she helps out with the team:

“She’s a workhorse for our team. She’s a leader; she’s a great captain. She’s the heart and soul of our team and when stuff isn’t going well I look to her to get the ball in the back of the net. She’s awesome; she’s been awesome for us since day one and she continues to get better.”

On the win giving the team confidence and having time off:

“Absolutely. Going 2-0 this week with the win Thursday and the ‘W’ here today gives us confidence. Our focus is to get better every day and we’re looking to continue getting better. We’re 4-2 and sitting in a pretty good spot, and we’re really comfortable with where we are right now.”

On playing with heavy hearts after the Seton Hill University tragedy:

”It homes for me a little bit. I knew the head coach at Seton Hill pretty well so it was a really emotional morning for us as a group, but the team really rallied around me and around each other. We are not promised tomorrow so we were excited to get out there and play the game and have some fun.”


UC Player Quotes

No. 21 Meg Bell, Midfielder

On how well the team played today, especially in the second half:



“I think in the first half we came out and were kind of frantic. At halftime coach talked to us and calmed us down but everyone got a fire under them for the second half and we really wanted to come out and change how we played.”

On whether having a big game today helps her going in to BIG EAST play next week:

“Yeah it definitely boosts my confidence going in to BIG EAST play. The BIG EAST is a completely different caliber of play than nonconference, so everyone needs to step up their game.”