Jan. 8, 2014
The 26 points scored in the first half marked a team-low for UConn. The previous low was 28 against Houston on 12/31.
> Shabazz finished as the Huskies' leading scorer with 18 points, marking the the seventh time in 2013-14 that he has headed the offensive attack.
> With his 18 points, Shabazz Napier moved into sole possession of 17th-place on UConn's all-time scoring list (1,481).
> Harvard did not record a bench point in tonight's contest.
> Tonight was just the second time in 15 contests that the Huskies traveled at the half.
> The Huskies hold an impressive 101-to-38 advantage in blocks this season (9-to-3 tonight). DeAndre Daniels matched his career best with four blocks, while Amida Brimah added three blocks of his own.
> After attempting just three free-throws in the first half, UConn earned 22 visits to the charity stripes in the final 20 minutes.
> Napier and Boatright combined for 32 points, the rest of the Husky offense had just 29.