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Topic - Morgan Tuck
The biggest threat to Connecticut's drive for its ninth national championship and second in a row may be a short bench.
Connecticut had just six scholarship players healthy enough to play against South Florida. That's all the Huskies needed.
Bria Hartley acknowledged she is a streaky shooter. She had one of her good days against Rutgers.
Temple coach Tonya Cardoza spent 14 seasons as an assistant at Connecticut, so she knew the challenges her team would face on Saturday.
STORRS, Conn. (AP) — Houston has lost four straight games since the abrupt resignation of coach Todd Buchanan last month.
STORRS, Conn. (AP) — UConn's Breanna Stewart says her number-one goal as a basketball player is to win an Olympic gold medal for the United States.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The top-ranked Connecticut Huskies have traveled so much and played in enough different gyms over the past five games that it's tough getting into a rhythm.
Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma saw a switch turn on inside freshman Breanna Stewart just before the Big East tournament.
Breanna Stewart and Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis each scored 17 points, leading top-seeded Connecticut over Maryland 76-50 on Saturday in the Bridgeport regional semifinals.
The Huskies will play the rest of the season without sophomore forward Morgan Tuck, who announced she will undergo season-ending surgery to repair a cartilage problem in her right knee.
"When we go around to other places like here you realize women's basketball isn't that big of a deal in a lot of places," Tuck said.