March 30, 2010
2010 NCAA Tournament - Dayton Regional
No. 1 seed Connecticut Postgame Notes
March 30, 2010 vs. No. 3 seed Florida State
- With tonight's win over No. 3 seed Florida State, Connecticut advances to its third straight NCAA Final Four and the 11th in the program's history.
- UConn will be playing in San Antonio for an NCAA Final Four for the second time in the program's history - the last was in 2002 when Connecticut defeated Oklahoma for the third NCAA National Championship in the program's history.
- Maya Moore was named the 2010 NCAA Dayton Regional Most Outstanding Player as Tina Charles and Kalana Greene both earned spots on the Dayton Regional All-Tournament Team. Jacinta Monroe from Florida State and Mississippi State's Chanel Mokango joined the three Huskies on the All-Tournament team.
- UConn improves to 11-5 all-time in NCAA Regional Final games and has won its last three straight.
- UConn extends its winning streak to 76 consecutive games - the longest winning streak in NCAA Division I women's basketball history.
- UConn is 6-0 all-time vs. Florida State and a perfect 2-0 vs. the Seminoles in NCAA Tournament action.
- UConn improves to 9-3 all-time against members of the Atlantic Coast Conference in NCAA Tournament play following tonight's win over Florida State.
- UConn opens a season a perfect 37-0 for the third time in the program's history.
- UConn moves to 75-15 all-time in NCAA Tournament action following today's win over Florida State.
- UConn improves to 59-11 when it receives an automatic berth to the NCAA Tourament.
- UConn moves to 5-1 all-time in NCAA Tournament play at the University of Dayton Arena following tonight's win over Florida State.
- UConn moves to 57-7 all-time when it receives a No. 1 seed to the NCAA Tournament and has won 29 of its last 31 such games.
- UConn is 50-5 in NCAA Tournament games since 2000 following tonight's win over Florida State.
- UConn is 269-11 when playing as the nation's No. 1 ranked team.
- UConn improves to 156-53 against ranked opponents (15-0 in 2009-10) following tonight's win over No. 11/11 Florida State.
- Maya Moore scored 11 points in the first 6:48 of tonight's contest before sitting out the rest of the half after picking up her second foul.
- In the 13:12 that Maya Moore sat out in the first half, UConn increased their lead by six points.
- UConn held Florida State without a field goal for a span of six minutes late in the first half.
- UConn recorded an assist on 10 of 15 made field goals in the first half.
- Tonight marked the sixth time this season in which both Maya Moore and Tina Charles scored 20 or more points in the same game - vs. Stanford (12/23), vs. Notre Dame (1/16), at Pittsburgh (1/30), vs. Providence (2/20), vs. Southern (La.) (3/21), vs. Florida State (3/30).
- UConn registered an assist on 23 of 32 made field goals in tonight's contest.
- The Huskies have gone 227 consecutive games without allowing an opponent to shoot more than .500 from the field. Boston College was the last opponent to post a shooting percentage more than .500, coming on March 8, 2004.
- Maya Moore's eight rebounds moves her past Peggy Walsh (937) and into fourth place on the UConn all-time rebounding list with a current total of 940.
- Maya Moore's 22 points marked her 36th game with double-figure points this season and her 110th in 114 career games.
- Maya Moore's 22 points marked her 21st straight game with double-figure points and her 14th in 15 career NCAA Tournament games.
- Maya Moore's 22 points marked her 10th game with 20 or more points in an NCAA Tournament (15 career NCAA Tournament games).
- Tina Charles 20 points marked her ninth straight game with double-figure points and her 35th this season.
- Tina Charles 20 points and 14 rebounds marked her 51st career double-double and her 13th this season.
- Tina Charles 14 rebounds marked her 58th game with double-figure rebounds and her 13th this season.
- Maya Moore has registered double-figure points in each of her last 11 NCAA Tournament games.
- UConn has won its last 92 games in which it has scored at least 80 points.
- UConn's 90 total points marked the ninth game this season that the Huskies have registered 90 or more points.