"When we were battling, it was just like I don't want this feeling to end so we're going to push until we can't push anymore until we see the results that we want," she said. "And I think collectively as a group, that's what we did because we didn't want that taste in the back of the mouth again."
"We didn't box out a couple of times and we paid for it," Harrington said. "I think that's where they got a lot of their points from. Just early work and boxing out rebounding would have helped us a lot more."