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Game Notes - UConn 96, Boston University 38

Nov. 22, 2013

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> UConn has won 49-consecutive games when playing in a regular season tournament, following tonight’s victory.

> The Huskies improved to 8-4 all-time against the Terriers with UConn’s last loss dating back to February 9, 1984.

> Connecticut has won 52 games in-a-row in the month of November…the team has been perfect in November 16 of the last 17 seasons.

> With the victory over Boston University, UConn has won 87 of its last 90 regular-season non-conference games.

> Of the last 166 halves UConn has played, the Huskies have only been outscored in 11 of them; UConn was not outscored in either half of tonight’s match.

> UConn outscored BU 21-0 over an eight-minute scoreless streak in the first half to build a large first half lead.

> During the first half of tonight’s contest, Connecticut scored twenty points off of turnovers, the Terriers registered 0. BU had seventeen turnovers while the Huskies had two.

> Connecticut’s Stefanie Dolson led all players with twelve first half points, Breanna Stewart added ten of her own in the first.

> Soniya Chong (UConn) came one point short of tying a career high in points. Chong set a career high for most three-pointers in a single game with four.

> Connecticut had eight players register at least four points in tonight’s victory over BU. The only Connecticut player who failed to score was Briana Pulido.

> UConn won the battle in the paint, posting fifty-two points in the paint to BU’s 8. The Huskies also tallied forty-one rebounds to the Terriers’ thirty boards.

> Boston University’s fifteen turnovers resulted in thirty-seven points for Connecticut. UConn only turned the ball over five times.

> The Terriers once held the lead in the contest. With 19:26 remaining in the first half, BU held a two point advantage. Connecticut’s largest lead came with 2:02 remaining in the game at sixty four points.

> BU’s Cloddagh Scannell led Boston University with nine points (three three-pointers) on the night. UConn was led by junior Breanna Stewart who scored twenty-five points (four three-pointers).