(WTNH) - The UConn women open NCAA tournament play Saturday in Bridgeport, while Sacred Heart gets going Sunday.
It is a drama free zone for the upset-minded Pioneers.
"It's weird you have a whole team of girls and you think there would be drama," said Ericka Norman, "but not with this team."
The only drama the Sacred Heart ladies are interested in creating is for their first round opponent Georgia Tech.
The Pioneers aren't just happy to be in the NCAA tournament, they're good enough to win their first ever NCAA tournament game.
"Last night I was laying in bed dreaming," Callan Taylor said, "thinking about it and how cool it would be to get a win."
"When you get here enjoy the experience," said Head Coach Ed Swanson, "get this job done."
"We're excited and we can do it as long as we believe," Gabrielle Washington said.
They're balanced and they believe.
The regular season and tournament champs of the Northeast Conference, Sacred Heart has players from all classes contributing from the seniors right down to the freshman.
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