South Dakota head coach Amy Williams is excited to be taking the school to its first NCAA tournament, but she says the team shares that honor with all of the former players and coaches who helped build the program.
The Coyotes topped Denver 82-71 on Tuesday to capture their first Summit League crown after knocking in-state nemesis South Dakota State off its five-year throne a day earlier.
The victories thrust the university onto the national stage, and Williams says she couldn't be happier.
Williams was hired to help raise the bar, and she says she was fortunate to walk into a situation in which previous coaches put together some great pieces.
The Coyotes will learn who they will play in the NCAA opening round on Monday.
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