1. BYU won despite their two best and most consistent scorers (Gonzales and Johnson) going 4/22 from the floor and only 1/10 from the 3-point line.
2. Despite BYU's best player (Shaylee Gonzales going 1/11 (0/7 from 3), she still ended the game with a double-double, getting 11 points (including 8/8 from the free-throw line), and 10 assists.
3. Albiero, after a solid game against Gonzaga had a great game today, coming off the bench to lead all BYU scorers with 16 (6/12 overall, 3/6 from 3, and 1/1 from the charity stripe). Chase was also solid. Good to see that others can step up when Gonzales and Johnson are having cold shooting games.
4. Hamson's height can really affect a game. She gets a bunch of rebounds and blocks, and affects a bunch of other shots she doesn't block. As she progresses and begins getting more time, she'll have a very positive impact on this team.
5. The future is really bright for BYU women's basketball. There are currently only 2 seniors on the team, Jasmine Moody and Caitlyn Alldredge. Moody has some size and plays a lot inside, but BYU has some players who should be able to replace what she produces in terms of points and rebounds. Alldredge doesn't play much and BYU has several very good guards who are all underclassmen. All of the key players on this year's team will be back next year: Gonzales, Johnson, Chase, Hamson, Ugwu, Albiero and Salmon. Chase and Salmon are juniors, Johnson, Hamson, and Albiero are sophomores, Johnson and Ugwu are both freshmen.