No program understands that records are made to be broken more than the UConn women. The Huskies have left many messes in their day shattering statistical marks.
But what’s been going on outside the three-point stripe over the last month has set a new standard for record-book revision.
On Wednesday in Washington, the Huskies launched 41 threes during their 75-48 win over Georgetown – 19 in the first, 22 in the second.
This set a new program record, breaking one that lasted for all of three weeks.
On Dec. 19 at the XL Center, the Huskies took 40 against Oakland, breaking a record (39) set on Jan. 17, 2009 against Syracuse; the day Maya Moore went 10 for 14 from outside the arc to put 40 on the Orange.
Previous to this recent rash of threes, the Huskies had taken as many as 34 only once – in 1993.