Nov. 20, 2009
UConn boasts a 27-9 record in road openers following tonight's win at Holy Cross.
UConn has won its last 17 "true" road openers following tonight's win at Holy Cross.
UConn moves to 88-9 in regular season road games since Feb. 1, 2001.
The Huskies improve to 235-11 all-time when playing as the nation's No. 1 ranked team.
UConn improves to 88-14 all-time in games played in the month of November and have won its last 23 consecutive games during the month.
UConn improves to 18-2 all-time against Holy Cross and has won the last 17 games in the series.
UConn improves to 29-3 all-time against Patriot League opponents following tonight's win over Holy Cross.
UConn moves to 3-0 to start the season for the fifth straight year and the 13th time in the last 14 seasons overall.
UConn has won 117 consecutive games against non-ranked opponents following tonight's win over Holy Cross.
Tonight's win marks the 699th win in the career of UConn head coach Geno Auriemma.
Holy Cross called four timeouts in the first half.
UConn held Holy Cross without a two-point field goal for the first 10:06 of the game.
Maya Moore's 21 points marked her third straight game this season with double-figure points and the 77th of her career.
Tina Charles' 18 points marked her third straight game in double-figure points this season and the 87th of her career.
UConn's 52 first-half points marked its second 50-plus point opening half in its first three games this season - the Huskies have scored at least 48 points in the first half in each of its three games this season.
Holy Cross made just a total of three 2-point field goals in the first half.
UConn has now won 42 consecutive games by a margin of 10 points or more.
UConn has won 41 consecutive regular season games following tonight's win at Holy Cross.
The Huskies have won its last 20 straight regular-season road games.
Maya Moore's 21 points marked her second game this season with 20 or more points and the 31st of her career.
UConn has won each of its three games this season by a margin of at least 25 points following tonight 87-34 win over Holy Cross.
Caroline Doty's 11 points marked her third straight game with double-figure points this season and the ninth of her career.
UConn has won its last 70 games in which it has scored at least 80 points.