Breanna Stewart’s 12 points moved her within 61 of becoming the 39th player in UConn history to score 1,000 points. Saturday was her 59th game with the program. If she stays on pace she will reach it faster than anyone in program history but Maya Moore, who did it in 55 games. …Stefanie Dolson needs 57 rebounds to become just the fifth player in program history with 1,000, joining Tina Charles, Moore, Rebecca Lobo and Jamelle Elliott, whose Cincinnati team the Huskies play Saturday. … Bria Hartley, who recorded her first career double-double (16 points, career-high 11 assists) at Temple, needs six three-pointers to tie Mel Thomas (224) for sixth all-time at UConn. She needs 15 rebounds and six assists to join Diana Taurasi and Moore as the only players in team history with 1,500 points, 500 rebounds and 500 assists. … Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis is 82 points shy of become the third player on this team (Dolson and Hartley) with at least 1,500 points. No UConn team has ever has three players simultaneously who have done that … The Huskies had trailed for just 29:34 of the first 840 minutes this season. They were down for 35 seconds on Saturday. … Over her last 193 minutes and six games, Moriah Jefferson has 44 assists and five turnovers.