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Topic - Jessieka Palmer
A difficult season came to a rough end for the Houston Cougars.
Houston played Connecticut close for the first 10½ minutes. The top-ranked Huskies were simply too much after that.
In a season of milestones, Shoni Schimmel added another to her list in No. 3 Louisville's latest win.
Houston guard Jessieka Palmer and her struggling teammates got together before the Cougars' game with No. 3 Louisville and talked about how players like competing against some of the best.
"It was a season filled with ups and downs," said Palmer. "It didn't go the way we planned, but at same time through all the bad there was some good. All 14 of us in that locker room we became family. We all are sisters. We built lifetime bonds together this season."
"They are a good team, like coach said they're pretty legit," Palmer said. "It's not too many things that they don't do well so playing them is a challenge but I felt like my team did the best they could."