"It lets you know that anything can happen on any given day," Northridge guard Ashlee Guay said during a phone interview. "It's motivational."
Northridge (18-14), the No. 16-seeded team, will try to knock off top-seeded South Carolina (27-4) in a first-round game of the Stanford Regional at Alaska Airlines Arena.
Guay, a junior from San Diego, is averaging a team-best 16.3 points a game for the Matadors, who won the
A 65 -64 victory over
Now the Matadors face a top-seeded opponent that won the
"It doesn't really matter to us what seed we are or who we're playing," Guay said. "We're just so happy to have this opportunity."