Basketball Hosts No. 1/1 UConn at H&PE Arena - Saturday at 2 pm (L 95-35)

(Patrick) #1

UConn enters Saturday’s game with a 14-0 overall record and a 4-0 mark in American Athletic Conference play after defeating UCF, 80-44, on Tuesday. The Huskies are currently riding a 100-game regular season winning streak.

The Huskies shoot 53.1 percent from the field and 39.6 from beyond the 3-point line, leading to 90.5 points per game. Conversely, UConn holds opponents to a 33.7 percent mark overall and just 28.7 percent from deep while limiting opponents to 56.0 points per contest.

UConn has six players that average double figures including 18.0 from Katie Lou Samuelson, who paces the squad. Napheesa Collier averages 15.5 points per contest, while Kia Nurse adds 15.0, and Azura Steven scores 14.0 while primarily coming off the bench. Crystal Dangerfield and Gabby Williams round out the points leaders for the Huskies with 12.0 and 11.1 points per game, respectively.

Stevens also paces the Huskies on the glass, pulling down 8.9 rebounds per game.

(Patrick) #2

(Butch) #3

Once again, gonna have to bring in some folks who can compete on the inside. It’s at halftime and is Gawd awful…Doubt very seriously UConn will lose a conference game this year…so what’s new…


I think our gals let the mystic get to them. They played the worst game I have seen in a long time. UCONN is a great team, no doubt, but we played way below what could even be called average.


Also, there was no shuttle from TDECU to H&PE today. what genius thought that was a good idea? And to not announce it, to boot!

(Butch) #6

It might have something to do with the caliber of competition the Coogs have played…this has to be one of the most embarrassing losses in a long time…and team is better than many we have had in the past…


Got to bring in some height and need some girls who can shoot threes!!!

(morris williams) #8

You cannot have a roster with that many sub 6’ players and expect to be successful in this era of women’s basketball. After watching the game against Cinn on Wed, the lopsided margin today doesn’t suprise me, the 60 pt. margin does.

(Patrick) #9

This may be a good loss today. Felt the team was playing a little loose against Cincy and needed a wake-up call. Was hoping the loss to Cincy would be a wake up call, but maybe this was what was needed. See how they respond going forward.

(Patrick) #10

Houston: Sophomore Guard Jasmyne Harris paced the Cougars on offense in the contest, finishing the game with 15 points. Myyah West led Houston on the glass with seven rebounds, including five on the offensive end, and Serithia Hawkins pulled down six boards despite playing just 12 minutes after an ankle injury sidelined her late in the second quarter.

UConn: UConn had four players reach double-figures, including a game-high 19 from Azura Stevens. Katie Lou Samuelson and Kia Nurse each finished the contest with 17 points, while Crystal Dangerfield added 11. Stevens led the Huskies on the glass, completing the double-double with 10 rebounds.


With her offensive rebound in the first quarter, junior Serithia Hawkins now has 236 offensive boards in her career, moving her past Chandi Jones (235; 2000-04) for eighth on the all-time Houston list.

With 15 points in the contest, sophomore Jasmyne Harris posted her 10th straight double-digit scoring game. Harris has averaged 26.2 points per game in conference play.


we shot 40% from the line. That’s not UCONN.


Sometimes a good whipping is what it takes.


Nothing good comes from a good whooping except pain and humiliation.

UConn is in a class by themselves.

We’re in their conference, but not in their league.


My experience is different. Lady Coogs have talent and getting whomped like that can help them realize it takes more than talent. It wasn’t all height related either. we shot 40% from the line and I saw some unbelievably bad passing. Our team just played very poorly and UCONN just played their game. They could have beaten us by 80 or more.