April 6, 2010
2010 NCAA Tournament - Dayton Regional
No. 1 seed Connecticut Postgame Notes
April 6, 2010 vs. No. 1 seed Stanford
- UConn wins the seventh NCAA National Championship in the program's history following tonight's win over Stanford - and its second consecutive.
- UConn becomes the first team in NCAA Division I women's basketball history to post back-to-back undefeated seasons.
- Maya Moore was named the 2010 NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player, while Tina Charles joined her on the All-Tournament Team. Stanford's Nnemkadi Ogwumike and Kayla Pedersen as well as Oklahoma's Danielle Robinson were also named to the All-Tournament Team.
- UConn is a perfect 7-0 in NCAA National Championship Games following tonight's win over Stanford.
- UConn extends its NCAA record winning streak to 78 consecutive games.
- UConn improves to 14-4 all-time in NCAA Final Four games (combined semifinals and finals).
- UConn moves to a perfect 4-0 at San Antonio's Alamodome in NCAA Final Four play - the Huskies also captured the 2002 title in San Antonio.
- UConn's perfect 39-0 record marks the fourth perfect season in the program's history (1995, 2002, 2009, 2010).
- UConn is 6-5 all-time against Stanford and has won each of the last three meetings.
- UConn is 3-2 all-time against Stanford in NCAA Tournament games.
- UConn moves to 6-2 all-time against Pacific-10 opponents in NCAA Tournament games.
- UConn improves to 77-15 all-time in NCAA Tournament games and has won each of its last 12.
- UComm moves to 61-11 all-time when it earns an automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament.
- UConn moves to 59-7 all-time when it earns a No. 1 seed to the NCAA Tournament.
- UConn boasts an all-time mark of 52-5 in the NCAA Tournament since the 2000 season and has captured a total of six NCAA National Championships in the span.
- UConn improves to 270-11 when playing as the nation's No. 1 ranked team.
- The 2010 UConn senior class closes out its career with an overall mark of 146-6 and a pair of NCAA National Titles.
- UConn improves to 158-53 vs. ranked opponents and a perfect 17-0 in 2009-10.
- After opening the game with a 5-0 advantage, Stanford went on a 12-0 run in a span of 5:46.
- The Huskies were held without a point for a span of 10:37 in the first half as Stanford went on a 12-0 run.
- UConn opened the first half 2-of-20 (.100) from the field.
- The 18-9 Stanford lead at the 5:36 mark of the first half marked the largest deficit for the Huskies all season.
- UConn shot 5-of-29 (.172) from the field, including a 2-of-12 (.167) clip from behind the arc in the first half.
- UConn's 12 first-half points marks the fewest number of points scored by UConn in the first frame in school history.
- UConn's 12 first-half points ties the fewest points in any half in program history - 12 second-half points vs. Rutgers (2/27/06).
- UConn's .172 (5-of-29) shooting percentage in the first 20 minutes of tonight's contest marked its lowest of the season in any half.
- UConn opened the second half with a 17-2 run in a span of 7:05 to take a 29-22 lead.
- UConn outscored Stanford 41-27 in the second half.
- UConn's nine-point deficit in the first half marked the largest UConn has faced in its 78-game winning streak.
- UConn overcame a nine-point deficit to win tonight's game, marking the biggest comeback for the Huskies since being down 14 points against Rutgers on April 1, 2008 in the NCAA Greensboro Regional final.
- UConn held Jayne Appel scoreless as she shot 0-12 from the floor in tonight's contest - it was the first time Appel has ever been held scoreless in her career at Stanford.
- The Huskies have gone 229 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 23 points moves her past Diana Taurasi (2,156) into fourth place on the UConn all-time scoring list with a current total of 2,168.
- Maya Moore's 23 points marked her 38th game with double-figure points this season and her 112th in 116 career games.
- Maya Moore's 23 points marked her 23rd straight game with double-figure points and her 16th in 17 career NCAA Tournament games.
- Maya Moore's 23 points marked her 12th game with 20 or more points in an NCAA Tournament (17 career NCAA Tournament games).
- Maya Moore's 23 points and 11 rebounds marked her 41st career double-double and her 14th this season.
- Tina Charles 11 rebounds marked her 60th game with double-figure rebounds and her 15th this season.
- Maya Moore has registered double-figure points in each of her last 13 NCAA Tournament games.