UConn will find out during Thursday’s shoot-around if sophomore Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis will play. She sustained a left quad injury in the first half of the Maryland game and did not play in the second half.
“I believe the official medical pronouncement for her would be “questionable,” Auriemma said. “She looked good today, shot the ball a little. We’ll see how we feels when she gets up and at the shoot-around.”
KML participated in shooting drills on Wednesday, nothing too strenuous. She had just returned from a concussion that kept her out of the Colgate game on Nov. 28.
She participated in what UConn called “functional drills” on Wednesday, as well.
“It shows you can run up and down the floor and cut,” Auriemma said. “You all the things you need to do in basketball terms. Doing wind sprints and saying you feel good is not going to get it done.”