Go back and look at the video of the first half. There is nothing wrong with her shot selection. She threw up one wild shot after she got a rebound too far under the basket to do anything with it and, being surrounded by trees, just threw it up, for lack of anything else to do with it. On another drive, she seemed to slip. Other than that, she drew three fouls, got clobbered on at least on other drive but did not get the call. Her three-point attempts were within the flow of the game. This "wild shots" business is inacurate.
I wouldn't call it a 'wild shot' because she was open and had time to shoot, but in the 2nd half there was this 3-pt shot she took from the right wing where she just threw the ball up with an odd motion, landing in a ridiculous split step that was totally unnatural since she shot from a squared-up stance, and the ball went completely past the rim off the backboard without drawing iron. It was not a shot that was made with poise. Other plays on the inside were likewise rushed/hurried, played at the "110% speed" that I was worried about for her before the game. (You mentioned one time when she was surrounded by trees--there were others where she made similar types of plays inside.)
Now, having said that....!.... I will repeat what I said before and join other BYers in the much more important
and POSITIVE point which was that even though things weren't generally working well on the offensive end, she did not let it affect her aggressiveness on the boards, on defense, on hustle plays, on driving and still drawing some fouls as you pointed out. She didn't let it deflate her entire game as she once might have. She took the energy and channeled it into other areas. Geno said as much in the post-game, how happy he was that on a night when most folks weren't doing so well on the offensive end, the team still found ways to win, using Tiff and her stat line as an example. You watch Tiff and you see someone truly with the heart of a lion, probably plays with more raw heart than any other Husky. She just cares so much, and in big moments she can't hide it. Something inside just makes her go at 110%, like a sports car at redline. The great ones are able to play like they have blinders on emotionally in big moments and focus their play a better than Tiff. That other #3, DT, has the same kind of heart as Tiff but she has the additional skill of the assassin: she can focus herself emotionally when she wants to. Even early on, KML also seems to have that skill. The big moments don't seem to change her game--if anything it seems to slow down a little bit. You can see her moves develop and they looks effortless when executed. This ability to focus emotionally in big moments and play with more poise is what you hope to see from a senior like Tiff, but it's just not in her make-up to always have that ability at her disposal. (As Geno has said, she was much more relaxed in situations when there is a Renee or a Tina or a Maya on the floor. It's much harder for her emotionally to play with great poise when they need her to carry the water.) None of this means that I don't love Tiff Hayes. Caroline may be the overt leader and can also be called the heart of the team, but Tiffany's oncourt emotional energy is its lifeblood. She DEFINES the whole notion of "Heart of a Husky"!!!