omg there were a lot of subs http://livestats.bceagles.collegesports.co...3/gt_index.html
if u click play by play it shows you all the subbing at the end of th game
Coming from a hockey background, this is probably somewhat correct but...
to answer the question about the subs at the end..
I don't believe it is because a sub is good at defense, or offense or anything like that.
we used to do this in games when it was close to the end, and the score was tie, or close. we would send in players to purposefully get penalties and stop the play however possible if there was threat, in Hockey you get sent to the penalty box, you don't want your best men in the penalty box.. basketball you can foul out, so when the end of the game is near, and the score is close like that, you send in the subs, and the "b" players to commit the fouls, and stop the play, and risk the foul shot being missed, this way play is stopped, they take the foul shot, and you put your good players back in when you get the ball back. The subs were in there simply to foul the other team whenever they get the ball.
The coach knows what she's doing in that department... I just think Harvard had some really good smaller, quicker players, Kathy I. should have replied with the same...Ress looked like she was in slow motion out there, I would have benched Ress the last ten minutes of the game, she was useless out there. and put in smaller faster players, subs or not...
Ayla was doing 9/10ths of the leg work out there for sure...definitely an off night for most of the ladies
It was still great watching them play, they are really good, I was impressed with the Lady Eagles, though if I was the coach.....they would've been back in the locker room with the projector running, then back on the court after the mens game!!!