Nov. 24, 2013
After the Bonnies sunk a shot in the first minute of the game and led 2-0, they did not score again until the 9:11 mark in the first half, while the Huskies went on a 31-0 run.
Stefanie Dolson grabbed 11 rebounds in the first half, which is three short of her season-high of 14 against Oregon on November 20.
At halftime, UConn held a 22-0 advantage on points off turnovers and a 17-0 advantage in fast break points.
Stefanie Dolson scored 16 points and grabbed 15 rebounds, recording her third double-double in the last four games (Boston University and Oregon). With 15 boards, Dolson also passed her previous season-high of 14 rebounds against Oregon.
Kiah Stokes (UConn) scored 19 points, which surpasses her previous career-high for a game of 14 (Monmouth on 11/23/13 and Idaho on 3/23/13). Stokes shot 9-of-11 from the field and her previous game-high for number of field goals made was six.
St. Bonaventure's Katie Healy grabbed 11 rebounds against the Huskies, which is well above her season average of 7.1 per contest.
Moriah Jefferson's final stat line against the Bonnies was 14 points, seven assists, six rebounds, five steals, and only one turnover. Jefferson's five steals is a season-high for her.
UConn's 88-39 win over St. Bonaventure marks the fifth time the Huskies have won by 40+ points this season (Hartford, Oregon, Boston U., Monmouth).
The Huskies outscored the Bonnies 58-16 in the paint.
UConn's frontcourt (Dolson, Stewart, Stokes) combined for 46 points in the game and shot 21-of-33 from the field.