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    UConn Women's Basketball Postgame Notes vs. Hartford

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    March 20, 2011

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    • UConn is now 78-15 all-time in NCAA Tournament play.

    • With the win, UConn moves to 19-2 in NCAA First Round action.

    • UConn is now 60-7 all-time as the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.

    • The Huskies have the second-most all-time wins in NCAA Tournament play with 78. Tennessee has the most with 107 (including Saturday's win).

    • Today's game marked the 26th win this season for the Huskies in which they have won by 25 or more points.

    • With today's win UConn is now 58-4 all-time in NCAA Tournament games played in the state of Connecticut.

    • UConn is now 12-0 all-time against Hartford.

    • UConn went on a 22-4 run midway through the first half of today's contest to extend its lead to 28-9 with seven minutes left in the frame. During that time UConn held Hartford without a field goal for a span of 5:18.

    • UConn shot 58.1% in the first half and finished the game shooting 49.2%.

    • UConn came out in the second half with a 10-2 run in the first 4:29 of the frame.

    • UConn outscored Hartford 46-16 in the paint.

    • The Huskies out-rebounded the Hawks 47-23.

    Stefanie Dolson's 12 points in today's contest marks her 16th career game in double figures. She registered all 12 of those points in the first half.

    Maya Moore's 12 points marked her 145th career game in double-figure points.

    • With 12 points, Bria Hartley registered double-figure points for the 22nd time this season.

    Tiffany Hayes' 12 points marked her 62nd game with double-figure points.

    Michala Johnson's five points tied a career-high (scored five at Rutgers on 3/7/11).

     

     

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