In this episode, FGCU basketball alum DyTiesha Dunson and I talk Florida Gulf Coast University women's basketball. We discuss what led Dunson to FGCU. She liked the winning and Whitney Knight, who chose FGCU over Duke. The Eagles have won at least 24 games in every season since becoming a Division-I team in 2007-08. We also talk about FGCU head coach Karl Smesko's offense which relies on lay-ups and three-pointers. With this coaching philosophy, FGCU is always one of the country's most prolific three-point shooting teams. DyTiesha also talks about Smesko's famous mile run his players do before every season. We then talk about DyTiesha's NCAA tournament adventures. First, FGCU narrowly lost its first-round game against Oklahoma State in 2014. Then, the Eagles returned the favor to get their first NCAA tournament win against the Cowgirls in Tallahassee. Despite not making another March Madness appearance in 2016, Dunson was a part of FGCU's trek to the WNIT Championship Game in 2016, which came in a loss at South Dakota. Along the way, FGCU beat Wake Forest and Michigan. The conversation then shifts to "Raining Threes" and what makes FGCU a dynamic three-point shooting team. In FGCU's last five NCAA tournament appearances, FGCU has always been a double-digit seed. We answer why FGCU is always undervalued in women's college basketball. This year, FGCU received a No. 12 seed in the Spokane region. The Eagles face Virginia Tech in their first-round game on Friday in College Park, Maryland. We discuss FGCU's chances of winning. In this game, both teams like to shoot the basketball. While the Hokies made 275 three-pointers, FGCU made 369 three-pointers. Finally, we look at FGCU's last NCAA tournament win, which came as a No. 12 seed against Missouri in 2018.