Stanford was 11 of 57 from the field (19.3 percent). It was the worst shooting percentage in program history and its lowest since UConn held it to 26.5 in the 2010 national championship game in San Antonio.
It’s 11 field goals was also a program low. And its 26-point loss was its first of 20 or at home since 1986.
Not only was this UConn’s first win ever at Maples- after three defeats – it ended Stanford’s 82-game home winning streak and likely cost it the top ranking in both polls.
Come Monday, when UConn (11-0) plays at Oregon (2-9), the Huskies likely will be the nation’s new No. 1.
The attendance was 7,239.