Lady Huskies Destroy SMU Mustangs

On the eve of a forecast winter storm, the University of Connecticut Women’s basketball team created their own weather pattern inside Gampel Pavilion. The winds started suddenly at the tip off, and only picked up speed from there. The total team effort saw five players score in double digits, and led by Stefanie Dolson, they had a combined 14 blocked shots. The game was a college women’s version of this years Super Bowl.

For a better understanding of the game, please read John Altavilla’s game story by clicking here!

University of Connecticut Huskies guard Moriah Jefferson, 4, is fouled on her way to the basket as Southern Methodist University guard Keena Mays, 23, left, and Southern Methodist University guard Korina Baker, 10, try to stop the break away during the first half.

University of Connecticut Huskies guard Moriah Jefferson, 4, is fouled on her way to the basket as Southern Methodist University guard Keena Mays, 23, left, and Southern Methodist University guard Korina Baker, 10, try to stop the break away during the first half.

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