Team of Nine UConn Women Huskies Beat Maryland

With two players injured and unable to play, the number one ranked  University of Connecticut women’s basketball team played eighth ranked University of Maryland Friday night. Junior forward Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis and sophomore forward, Morgan Tuck could only watch from the bench. After a close first half, UConn played tough defense in the second half and won the game by a score of 72 to 55 to retain their number one ranking.

Please Click Here to read John Altavilla’s game story on how the short handed Huskies, held off the Terps.

Please Click Here to read Jeff Jacobs’ column about Moriah Jefferson’s Sweet Moves being the difference.

With two players out due to injuries, each player needed to step up for their game against eight ranked Maryland. Here, UConn's sophomore guard, Moriah Jefferson, 4, shoots as Maryland Terrapins head coach Brenda Frese shouts in her ear  during the first half.

With two players out due to injuries, each player needed to step up for their game against eight ranked Maryland. Here, UConn’s sophomore guard, Moriah Jefferson, 4, shoots as Maryland Terrapins head coach Brenda Frese shouts in her ear during the first half.

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