“You can look at Thunder box scores, Division I box scores or high school box scores,” Littell said. “When you look at the rebounds, usually the team that has the most wins the game, so we place a lot of emphasis on it.”
The Cowgirls' win wasn't too surprising when it was all said and done, but the way they did it was impressive.
Vermont (3-8) didn't have any players score in double figures. Kylie Atwood led the Catamounts in scoring with seven points.
The Cowgirls said they feel their great start to the year combined with such a dominant win has delivered the statement they wanted to make when the season began.
“Every game we hold ourselves to high standards,” said Bias, who led the Cowgirls in scoring with 18 points. “We push ourselves to do more. We want to prove everyone wrong.”
“We play for ourselves, our school, and everyone in Stillwater. That's why we play.”