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					                           UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL
                     Five National Titles, Eight Final Fours, 27 Big East Titles
     UConn Athletic Communications                                   February 11, 2007                              at #7/7 LSU
     WBB SID: Randy Press                                            860-486-3531 (office)                          860-617-6428 (cell)
     randy.press@uconn.edu                                           860-486-5085 (fax)                             06-07 Game Notes #25

#5/#4 CONNECTICUT HUSKIES (21-2, 11-0 BIG EAST)                                                                 2006-07 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
THIS WEEK...                                                                                                  NOVEMBER
                                                                                                              2    Team Concept (Ex.) (GP)    W, 101-87
at #7/#7 LSU (22-3, 8-2 Southeastern Conference)                                                              8    Houston Jaguars (Ex.) (GP) W, 102-61
Date:               Sunday, February 11, 2007                                                                 13   Richmond (HCC) (CPTV)       W, 84-50
Tipoff:             3:00 p.m. (ET)                                                                            16   Colgate (GP) (CPTV)         W, 81-37
Site:               Baton Rouge, La.                                                                          28   Boston Univ. (GP) (CPTV)    W, 84-51
Arena:              Pete Maravich Assembly Center (13,472)
                                                                                                              30   9/9 Purdue (GP) (ESPN2)     W, 66-55
TV:                 ESPN2 with Pam Ward (play-by-play) and Nancy
                    Lieberman (color) on the call.                                                            DECEMBER
Radio/Web:          The UConn-LSU game will be broadcast live on the WTIC/UConn Radio
                                                                                                              4    at Holy Cross (CPTV)                    W,   83-64
                    Network with Bob Joyce (play-by-play) and Colleen Healy (color) on the call.
Up Next:            UConn returns home for the first of two straight home games as it plays host to No.       7    at Georgetown* (CPTV)                   W,   84-26
                    17/17 Louisville on Tuesday, Feb. 13 beginning at 7:30 p.m. at Gampel Pavilion.           18   at Virginia (ESPNU)                     W,   96-60
                                                                                                              21   Colorado State (GP) (CPTV)              W,   93-58
                                2006 UCONN RADIO NETWORK                                                      23   Oakland (Mich.) (HCC) (CPTV)            W,   85-53
          1080-AM WTIC (Hartford), 1400-AM WILI (Willimantic), 800-AM WLAD (Danbury),                         29   Hartford (HCC) (CPTV)                   W,   62-36
          1420-AM WNLK (Norwalk), 1400-AM (Stamford), 102.3-FM WXLM (New London),                             31   Sacred Heart (HCC) (CPTV)               W,   82-40
              WMRD (Middletown), 600-AM WICC (Bridgeport), 1420-AM WLIS (Old Saybrook)
      1150-AM .
          All games are also available via streaming audio by logging on at www.UConnHuskies.com              JANUARY
                                                                                                              2    at West Virginia* (CSTV/CPTV)           W, 63-44
UP NEXT...                                                                                                    6    4/4 Tennessee (CBS)                     L, 64-70
                                                                                                              9    Seton Hall* (GP) (CPTV)                W, 106-58
vs. #17/16 Louisville (21-3, 7-3 BIG EAST)*                                                                   13   Syracuse* (GP) (CPTV)                   W, 76-45
Date:               Tuesday, February 13, 2007
                                                                                                              15   at 2/2 North Carolina (ESPN2)           L, 76-82
Tipoff:             7:30 p.m. (ET)
Site:               Storrs, Conn.                                                                             17   at Providence* (CPTV)                   W, 96-53
Arena:              Gampel Pavilion (10,167)                                                                  21   at St. John’s* (CPTV)                   W, 84-63
TV:                 CPTV with Bob Picozzi (play-by-play) and Meghan Culmo                                          at Madison Square Garden
                    (color) on the call.                                                                      24   DePaul* (GP) (CPTV)                     W, 88-76
Radio/Web:          The UConn-Louisville game will be broadcast live on the WTIC/UConn Radio                  27   Notre Dame* (GP) (CPTV)                 W, 64-47
                    Network with Bob Joyce (play-by-play) and Kara Wolters (color) on the call.
                                                                                                              30   at Cincinnati* (CPTV)                   W, 70-60
Up Next:            UConn closes out its two-game homestand with a game against Pittsburgh on
                    Saturday, Feb. 17 in a 12:00 p.m. (ET) tip at the Hartford Civic Center.
                                                                                                              FEBRUARY
* - Louisville’s record does not include game on 2/10 vs. Syracuse                                            3    at 16/18 Marquette* (CPTV)      W, 52-48
#/# - indicates Associated Press (as of Feb. 5)/ USA Today Coaches Poll Ranking (as of Feb. 6)
                                                                                                              6    22/25 Rutgers* (GP) (CSTV/CPTV) W, 60-50
                                                                                                              11   at 7/7 LSU (ESPN2)              3:00 p.m.
UCONN PROBABLE STARTERS                                            2006-07 Final Stats                        13   Louisville* (GP) (CPTV)         7:30 p.m.
# Player                   Pos. Elg. Hgt. Hometown                    PPG RPG FG% FT% Min.                    17   Pittsburgh (HCC) (CPTV)       12:00 p.m.
20 Renee Montgomery G             So. 5-7 St. Albans, W. Va.           12.2   2.6 .426 .708 29.8              20   at South Florida* (CPTV)        7:00 p.m.
* - has tallied double-figure points in 17-of-23 games this season, leads team in steals (61) assists (107)   24   Villanova* (HCC) (CPTV)       12:00 p.m.
24 Charde Houston           F      Jr. 6-1 San Diego, Calif.           11.3   6.3 .573 .597 24.1              26   at Rutgers* (ESPN2)             7:00 p.m.
* - has tallied double-figure points in 13-of-23 games this season, second in BIG EAST in FG % at .573
25 Mel Thomas               G      Jr. 5-9 Cincinnati, Ohio            10.9   2.9 .409 .930 33.0              MARCH
* - leads team and second in BIG EAST with 58 treys, has tallied double-figure points in 10 games
                                                                                                              3-6 BIG EAST Tournament (HCC)                      TBA
31 Tina Charles             C      Fr. 6-4 Jamaica, N.Y.               11.9   8.4 .570 .529 20.7
* - tallied eight double-doubles this season - tied with Rebecca Lobo for UConn freshman record               * - Big East Conference game
                                                                                                              ^ - BIG EAST Tournament (Hartford, Conn.)
32 Kalana Greene            F     So. 5-10 Saint Stephen, S.C. 13.3           7.2 .512 .618 28.0
* - has tallied double-figure points in 17 games this season and eight of last nine overall                   GP - at Gampel Pavilion
                                                                                                              HCC - at Hartford Civic Center

UCONN RESERVES                                                      2006-07 Final Stats                       CPTV - Connecticut Public Television
                                                                                                              CBS - CBS Network
#    Player           Pos. Elg. Hgt.         Hometown                PPG     RPG FG%        FT%      Min.     CSTV - College Sports Television
 2   Tahirah Williams  G   So. 6-0           Montclair, N.J.          2.6     1.7 .576       .692     8.7     All Times Eastern
11   Ketia Swanier     G    Jr. 5-7          Columbus, Ga.            5.6     2.3 .467       .840    22.7     Home games in Bold
13   Jacquie Fernandes G   Fr. 5-9           Pawcatuck, Conn.         0.4     0.8 .333      1.000     3.9
14   Meghan Gardler    F   Fr. 6-0           Springfield, Pa.         1.7     1.7 .250       .444     9.2
41   Kaili McLaren     F   Fr. 6-2           Washington, D.C.         4.5     4.2 .443       .813    13.7
44   Brittany Hunter  C/F So. 6-3            Columbus, Ohio           7.5     5.0 .615       .516    11.1
51   Cassie Kerns     C/F Fr. 6-3            Valparaiso, Ind.         0.5     0.7 .333        ---     6.3

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  UCONN HUSKIES                                                     STATISTICALLY SPEAKING...
                Quick Facts                                         Here is how UConn compares vs. LSU & Louisville (as of Feb. 10)
                                                                                                                        UConn                  LSU               Louisville
Location .......................................Storrs, Conn.       Field Goal %                                         .490                  .439                .444
Founded......................................................1881   Free Throw %                                         .658                  .649                .627
                                                                    Three-Point %                                        .309                  .309                .305
Enrollment................................................27,579
                                                                    Points Per Game                                      78.2                  68.8                75.5
Conference ........................................BIG EAST         Opp. Points Per Game                                 53.3                  47.6                61.9
Colors ....National Flag Blue (Navy) & White                        Rebounds Per Game                                    44.4                  41.7                47.0
Nickname ................................Huskies, UConn             Category Leaders in Bold
President ............................Dr. Philip E. Austin
Athletic Director.....................Jeffrey Hathaway
                                                                    LSU PROBABLE STARTERS                                                             2006-07 Season Stats
Senior Women’s Administrator......Pat Babcock
                                                                    #     Player          Pos. Elg. Hgt.                        Hometown              PPG    RPG FG%       FT%    Min.
Head Coach ............................Geno Auriemma                5     Erica White      G    Jr. 5-3                         Jacksonville, Fla.     7.3    3.6 .407     .671   27.7
         Overall Record...610-118 (.838/22 yrs.)                    12    RaShonta LeBlanc G    Jr. 5-7                         Port Arthur, Texas     6.0    2.7 .509     .688   24.6
         UConn Record...610-118 (.838/22 yrs.)                      15    Quianna Chaney G      Jr. 5-11                        Baton Rouge, La.      12.4    2.8 .431     .636   26.6
Asst. Coaches...............................Chris Dailey,           34    Sylvia Fowles    C    Jr. 6-6                         Miami, Fla.           17.2   12.1 .615     .616   28.5
         ...........Tonya Cardoza, Jamelle Elliott                  54    Ashley Thomas    F    Jr. 6-0                         Stone Mountain, Ga.    5.5    4.4 .358     .517   24.0
First Season of Basketball ....................1974-75
                                                                                                                                        MARGIN OF VICTORY: Entering Sunday’s
All-Time Record..............702-280 (.715/33 yrs.)                 GAME #24 - FEB. 11, 2007 - MARAVICH CENTER - BATON ROUGE, LA.
                                                                                                                                        game at LSU , UConn has averaged a 24.9
All-Time BIG EAST Record ....311-83 (.789/25 yrs.)                  #5/4 UCONN (21-2) AT #7/7 LSU (22-3)                                point margin of victory against its initial 23
BIG EAST Tournament .......48-11 (.814/24 yrs.)
                                                                    UCONN GOES FOR EIGHTH STRAIGHT                                      opponents and boasts a 24.8 point margin of
NCAA Tournament..............58-13 (.817/18 yrs.)
                                                                    WIN IN ESPN2 TILT AT LSU: Connecticut                               victory in its first 11 conference games.
Home Courts ............Gampel Pavilion (10,167)
                                                                    will be attempting to run its winning streak to                         UConn has won 20 games by at least 10
         ............Hartford Civic Center (16,294)                                                                                     points and 11 of its 21 victories have been by
All-Time Gampel Record...............228-17 (.931)                  eight consecutive games when it travels to
                                                                    meet No. 7/7 LSU in an ESPN2 tilt on Sunday,                        more than 30 points.
All-Time Hartford Record ................70-10 (.875)
Gampel Press Row Phone ........(860) 486-1888
                                                                    Feb. 11 beginning at 3:00 p.m. (ET).                                HUSKIES ON THE DEUCE: Connecticut
                                                                        The Huskies have won nine of their last 10                      will be playing its third of four regular-season
Hartford Press Row Phone ........(860) 524-8555
                                                                    games overall entering Sunday’s meeting with                        games this season on ESPN2 when it faces
                                                                    LSU including two straight over ranked oppo-
              U C O N N                                             nents (#16/18 Marquette & #22/25 Rutgers).
                                                                                                                                        No. 7/7 LSU on Sunday in Baton Rouge.

   Athletic Communications                                              LSU will mark UConn’s third straight game
                                                                    against a ranked opponent in its current
                                                                                                                                            The Huskies own an 24-9 record on the
                                                                                                                                        “Deuce” since 2001-02 and are 1-1 on the
                                                                                                                                        network this season.
              Mike Enright                                          stretch of four consecutive games against                               Connecticut’s next nationally-televised
      Associate AD/Communications                                   ranked foes that opened with a 52-48 win at                         espn2 game is Monday, February 26 when
                                                                    No. 16/18 Marquette and a 70-60 home win                            it travels to Piscataway, N.J., to meet
              Randy Press
                                                                    over No. 22/25 Rutgers and concludes with a                         Rutgers in the regular-season finale.
   Assistant Director of Communications
                                                                    home game against No. 17/17 Louisville (Feb.
     (Women’s Basketball Contact)                                                                                                       ALL-TIME         VS.    RANKED         FOES:
                                                                    13).
                                                                        The Huskies have never played four                              Connecticut has an all-time record of 108-48
                 Kyle Muncy
                                                                    consecutive regular season games                                    (.692) versus Top-25 AP ranked teams, enter-
         Assistant AD/Communications                                                                                                    ing Sunday’s game at LSU.
                                                                    against ranked opponents in their history.
           Alissa Clendenen                                             The last time UConn played three consec-                            Since UConn’s first national championship
   Assistant Director of Communications                             utive ranked opponents in the regular season                        in 1994-95, the Huskies are 95-29 (.766) over-
                                                                    came during the 1998-99 campaign when it                            all versus the AP’s Top 25.
              Leigh Torbin                                          faced Duke, Arkansas and UCLA.                                          Versus the AP’s Top 10, UConn is 51-32
   Assistant Director of Communications                                 LSU will represent UConn’s sixth ranked                         (.614) overall and 41-23 (.641) since 1994-95.
                                                                    opponent this season with the Huskies owning                            UConn is 25-19 all-time on the road
          Erin Robertson                                            a 3-2 mark in their previous games against                          against ranked opponents and 3-5 in road
      Communications Assistant                                      ranked opponents.                                                   games against ranked teams since 2004-05.
 (Women’s Basketball Assistant Contact)                                 The Tigers will mark UConn’s second                                 The Huskies are 3-2 vs. ranked opponents
                                                                    opponent from the Southeastern Conference                           in 2006-07.
               Jay D’Abramo                                         this season - the Huskies dropped a 70-64                           LSU-UCONN ALL-TIME: Connecticut leads
            Communications Assistant                                decision to Tennessee on Jan. 6.                                    the all-time series with LSU 2-0 including a 51-
                                                                        UConn is 30-14 all-time against SEC oppo-                       48 win over the Tigers last season in the most
MEDIA INTERVIEWS: All interviews with
                                                                    nents and owns a winning mark against eight                         recent meeting between the programs.
players or members of the coaching staff must
                                                                    of the nine teams it has faced from the con-                            UConn defeated LSU 86-71 on March 27,
be arranged through RANDY PRESS and the                             ference - the only exception is Vanderbilt in
UConn Athletic Communications Office. No                                                                                                200 in the East Regional Final in Richmond in
                                                                    which the Huskies are tied 2-2 in the all-time                      the first meeting between the programs.
interviews will be granted on gameday until                         series.
competition is over.                                                                                                                        Sunday’s game marks UConn’s first-ever
                                                                                                                                        trip to Baton Rouge.
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                          HUSKIES ALL-T IME STATS VS. LSU                                                         HUSKIES
HOUSTON, Charde
Year    GP GS Min FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct         FT FTA Pct Tot Avg Ast     TO   Blk Stl Pts      PPG
                                                                                                                 T
                                                                                                             ALL-T IME RESULTS
2005-06 1
TOTAL    1
            0
            0
                30 10 23 .435 0
                30 10 23 .435 0
                                 2 .000
                                 2 .000
                                                 2
                                                 2
                                                    3 .667 14 14.0 1
                                                    3 .667 14 14.0 1
                                                                            3
                                                                            3
                                                                                 1
                                                                                 1
                                                                                     3
                                                                                     3
                                                                                        22
                                                                                        22
                                                                                                 22.0
                                                                                                 22.0
                                                                                                                  VS. LSU
HUNTER, Brittany                                                                                           LOUISIANA STATE (2-0)
Year    GP GS      Min FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct    FT FTA Pct Tot Avg Ast     TO   Blk Stl Pts      PPG       H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0
2005-06 1     0     7   1  2 .500 0   0 .000     0  0 .000 0 0.0    0       1    0   0   2        2.0
                                                                                                           3/27/00      W       86-71      N
TOTAL    1    0     7   1  2 .500 0   0 .000     0  0 .000 0 0.0    0       1    0   0   2        2.0
                                                                                                           1/16/06      W       51-48      H
MONTGOMERY, Renee
Year    GP GS Min FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct         FT FTA Pct Tot Avg Ast     TO   Blk Stl Pts      PPG
2005-06 1   1  23  2  7 .286 1   3 .333          1  2 .500 1 1.0    0       2    0   1   6        6.0      UCONN ALL-TIME
TOTAL    1  1  23  2  7 .286 1   3 .333          1  2 .500 1 1.0    0       2    0   1   6        6.0
                                                                                                           VS. THE SEC
SWANIER, Ketia
Year    GP GS      Min FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct    FT FTA Pct Tot Avg Ast     TO   Blk Stl Pts      PPG       Alabama                       2-0
2005-06 1     0    21   0  0 .000 0   0 .000     0  0 .000 2 2.0    2       1    0   1   0        0.0      Arkansas                      1-0
TOTAL    1    0    21   0  0 .000 0   0 .000     0  0 .000 2 2.0    2       1    0   1   0        0.0
                                                                                                           Auburn                        4-1
THOMAS, Mel
Year    GP GS      Min FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct    FT FTA Pct Tot Avg Ast     TO   Blk Stl Pts      PPG       Florida                       1-0
2005-06 1   1      33   3  8 .375 3   5 .600     0  0 .000 3 3.0    0       0    0   0   9        9.0      Georgia                       3-1
TOTAL    1  1      33   3  8 .375 3   5 .600     0  0 .000 3 3.0    0       0    0   0   9        9.0
                                                                                                           Kentucky                      2-1
SNEAKERS & SUITS TO FIGHT CANCER: The UConn and LSU                   UCONN TAKES CONTROL OF LSU                                         2-0
coaching staffs will join the Coaches vs. Cancer program of wear-     BIG EAST RACE: The Huskies Tennessee                              13-9
ing sneakers during Sunday’s game at LSU as an effort to raise        are sitting at a perfect 11-0 and all Vanderbilt                   2-2
awareness about the fight against cancer.                             alone at the top of the conference
      Coaches vs. Cancer is a joint effort by the American Cancer     standings following their 60-50       TOTAL               30-14 (.682)
Society and the National Association of Basketball Coaches that       win over Rutgers on Feb. 6.
empowers basketball coaches, schools, and communities nation-              UConn currently owns a three-game lead in the conference stand-
wide to help fight cancer.                                            ings with five games to play.
      Since the program began in 1993, more than 500 coaches               The Huskies face three-loss Louisville on Tuesday night at
have raised more than $30 million to help fight cancer. I am proud    Gampel before hosting Pittsburgh at the Hartford Civic Center on
to be associated with this program and this distinguished group of    Saturday, Feb. 17.
coaches that work so hard to defeat this disease.                          Wins over the Cardinals and Panthers will allow the Huskies the
      Coaches vs. Cancer hosts three national events, including       opportunity to clinch the outright BIG EAST Regular Season Title on
the Suits and Sneakers weekend, to raise money and awareness          Tuesday, Feb. 20 when it travels to Tampa, Fla., to battle South Florida
to fight cancer.                                                      (assuming South Florida doesn’t lose prior to its meeting with UConn),
      Each November, we hold the annual 2K Sports College             who currently owns a 7-3 mark in the league.
Hoops Classic benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer at Madison Square
Garden in New York City. Not only is this one of the first tourna-    11-0 IN BIG EAST: UConn’s win over Rutgers on Feb. 6 moved it to
ments of the season chock full of great basketball; it's also an      a perfect 11-0 in BIG EAST play - the first time the Huskies have
opportunity to put a national spotlight on the cancer issue and the   won their first 11 league games since 2002-03 and the seventh time
importance of prevention and early detection.                         in the program’s history.
      Each summer, Coaches vs. Cancer also sponsors a national
golf invitational at a prestigious US course. This gives both bas-    THREE DOUBLES-DOUBLES FOR FIRST TIME SINCE 1994: Tina
ketball and football coaches the chance to work together in the       Charles (15 pts., 10 rebs.), Kalana Greene (15 pts., 10 rebs.) and
off-season to raise awareness about and money to support the          Charde Houston (16 pts., 11 rebs.) each recorded a double-double
American Cancer Society's lifesaving work.                            in UConn’s 60-50 win over Rutgers on Feb. 6 - marking the first
      In our local communities, we as coaches also hold events at     time that three Huskies have registered a double-double in the
our schools and make special appearances at various clubs and         same game since Jan. 9, 1994 vs. Georgetown - a span of 476
organizations in the community to promote healthy lifestyle choic-    games.
es and to raise awareness about the American Cancer Society as             Jamelle Elliott (12 pts./10 rebs), Rebecca Lobo (22 pts./17 rebs)
an important resource for everyone facing cancer.                     and Kara Wolters (14 pts./10 rebs) were the last to turn the trick on
                                                                      Jan. 9, 1994 against Georgetown.
UP NEXT: UConn returns to Gampel Pavilion on Tuesday, Feb.
13 for its first of two consecutive home games when it plays host     CHARLES TIES UCONN FRESHMAN DOUBLE-DOUBLE MARK:
to No. 17/17 Louisville beginning at 7:30 p.m. in a game that will    Tina Charles (15 pts., 10 rebs.) tallied her team-best eight double-
be televised on CPTV.                                                 double of the season in UConn’s 60-50 win over Rutgers on Feb. 6.
                                                                          Charles eight double-doubles ties Rebecca Lobo’s UConn
                                                                      freshman record of eight which she set in 1991-92.
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                                                                            LAST TIME VS. LSU
                                                                                                           January 16, 2006              Hartford Civic Center            Hartford Conn.
HARTFORD, CONN., (Jan. 16, 2006) - Sophomore Charde Houston (San Diego,
Calif.) scored 22 points and pulled down a career-high14 rebounds as the No. 5/7                                       #3/3 LSU - 48                    #5/7 CONNECTICUT - 51
University of Connecticut women’s basketball team upset No. 3/3 LSU, 51-48, on                  LSU 14-1                                tot-fg  3-pt            rebounds
Monday evening in the Hartford Civic Center. Houston’s 22 points tied her career-high           ## Player                         fg     fga fg fga ft         of de tot pf tp a to blk
                                                                                                                                                             fta                           s   min
and she was the only Husky to score in double figures in the game.                              54 THOMAS, Ashley           f      1      3 0 0 0             03 1 4 4 2 1 2 0             0   32
                                                                                                34 FOWLES, Sylvia           c      5      8 0 0 2             52 13 15 3 12 0 3 2          1   31
     The Huskies are now 16-2 overall on the season while LSU is now 14-1 overall. The          12 LeBLANC, RaShonta        g      0      2 0 0 0             00 1 1 1 0 2 0 0             1   24
game marked the first time that UConn had defeated a top-five opponent since beating            32 HOSTON, Scholanda        g      4      9 1 4 2             21 1 2 3 11 2 5 3            5   36
                                                                                                33 AUGUSTUS, Siemone        g      6      19 2 3 1            20 3 3 1 15 2 1 0            1   40
Tennessee in the 2004 National Championship Game.                                               05 WHITE, Erica                    2      3 0 0 0             00 1 1 1 4 2 1 0             1   16
     Despite UConn missing its first four shots of the game, Houston picked up her first        15 CHANEY, Quianna                 1      4 0 2 0             00 2 2 0 2 0 1 0             0   11
rebound of the game and quickly laid it in to tie the score at 5-5 at the 15:04 mark in the     22 WILLIAMS, Florence              1      4 0 0 0             00 1 1 1 2 1 0 1             0   10
                                                                                                   TEAM                                                        2 3 5              1
first half. The two teams traded points back and forth before UConn went on an 11-0 run            Totals..............           20 52      3     9    5    9 8 26 34 14 48 10 14 6       9 200
to open up a 10 point lead with 6:58 left to play in the stanza. Connecticut held the lead
                                                                                                TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 8-25 32.0%             2nd Half: 12-27 44.4%        Game: 38.5%   DEADBALL
steadily throughout the remainder of the first half and at one point was up by 16 points.       3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-4 50.0%              2nd Half: 1-5 20.0%          Game: 33.3%   REBOUNDS
That lead marked the first time this season that LSU had been down by over 10 points            F Throw % 1st Half: 3-4 75.0%              2nd Half: 2-5 40.0%          Game: 55.6%   3
at any point. On the strength of Houston’s 15 points and nine rebounds in the half,
                                                                                                Connecticut 16-2                    tot-fg  3-pt                 rebounds
UConn led at the break, 30-21.                                                                  ## Player                         fg fga fg fga ft             of de tot pf tp a to blk
                                                                                                                                                             fta                           s   min
     The second half saw LSU mount a comeback, as a jumper by Seimone Augustus                  33 TURNER, Barbara      f          3 9 0 3 2                  2 3 5 8 2 8 1 2 1            0   32
brought the Tigers back to within six points with 14:12 left to play. However, three con-       43 STROTHER, Ann        f          1 10 1 7 1                 2 0 4 4 0 4 5 3 0            0   30
                                                                                                20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g             2 7 1 3 1                  2 1 0 1 2 6 0 2 0            1   23
secutive steals by Houston resulted in six UConn points and brought the lead back up            21 WOLFF, Nicole        g          0 0 0 0 0                  00 1 1 1 0 0 0 0             0   12
to 12. LSU continued to chip away at the advantage and costly turnovers by the Huskies          25 THOMAS, Mel          g          3 8 3 5 0                  0 1 2 3 2 9 0 0 0            0   33
                                                                                                11 SWANIER, Ketia                  0 0 0 0 0                  0 0 2 2 1 0 2 1 0            1   21
allowed the Tigers to tie the game at 48 all with just 25 seconds remaining in play.            23 CROCKETT, Willnett              0 0 0 0 0                  0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0            0   12
     UConn held onto the ball and there were just 17 seconds to play when Houston was           24 HOUSTON, Charde                10 23 0 2 2                 3 5 9 14 1 22 1 3 1          3   30
fouled in the act of shooting and went to the line to break the tie. She made the second        44 HUNTER, Brittany                1 2 0 0 0                  0 0 0 0 3 2 0 1 0            0    7
                                                                                                   TEAM                                                         3 1 4             1
free throw to give the Huskies a 49-48 lead as LSU took the ball down the floor. Augustus          Totals..............           20 59      5     20   6    9 13 25 38 12 51 9 13 2       5 200
missed a jump shot that would have given the Tigers the lead before senior Barbara
                                                                                                TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-34 38.2%            2nd Half: 7-25 28.0%         Game: 33.9%   DEADBALL
Turner (Cleveland, Ohio) was fouled with .2 seconds remaining in play. Turner sealed            3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-10 20.0%             2nd Half: 3-10 30.0%         Game: 25.0%   REBOUNDS
the win by making both free throws.                                                             F Throw % 1st Half: 2-3 66.7%              2nd Half: 4-6 66.7%          Game: 66.7%   3
     In addition to tying her season-high in points, Houston's three steals tied her season-
                                                                                                Officials: Dee Kantner, Lisa Mattingly, Denise Brooks-Clauser
high. She picked up her first double-double of the season and the third of her career in        Technical fouls: LSU-None. CONNECTICUT-None.
the win. With her two game-winning free throws, Turner had eight points and eight               Attendance: 15105
rebounds on the game. Sophomore Mel Thomas (Cincinnati, Ohio) had nine points and
                                                                                                Score by Periods                  1st            2nd        Total
three rebounds in the win while senior Ann Strother (Castle Rock, Colo.) had four points        LSU                               21              27         48
and dished out five of UConn’s nine assists in the game.                                        CONNECTICUT                       30              21         51
     UConn won the battle on the glass, pulling down 38 rebounds to LSU’s 34. The
Huskies bench scored 24 points on the game and 13 of UConn’s points came on sec-
                                                                                               that also includes Sunday’s trip to Baton Rouge, La., for a meeting with
ond-chance attempts. The win improves UConn's record to 89-24 all-time against teams
                                                                                               No. 7/7 LSU.
ranked in the Associated Press Top-25 and the Huskies are 2-0 all-time against LSU.
                                                                                                     The Huskies follow with home games against No. 17/17 Louisville
     Leading the Tigers was Augustus with 15 points. Sylvia Fowles had 12 points for LSU
                                                                                               (Feb. 13) and Pittsburgh (Feb. 17) before traveling to Tampa for a clash
and pulled down 15 rebounds to be the only Tiger in double figures in both categories.
                                                                                               with South Florida (Feb. 20).
Scholanda Hoston was the only other Tiger to score in double figures, picking up 12.
                                                                                                     UConn closes out the month with its final home game against
                                                                                               Villanova (Feb. 24) and its second meeting with Rutgers in Piscataway
20 WINS ONCE AGAIN: UConn’s 51-48 win over Marquette on Feb.
                                                                                               (Feb. 26).
3 secured the 14th consecutive season and marked the 18th time in
                                                                                                     In all the Huskies are slated to play five games against teams
the program’s history that UConn has registered 20 wins in a season
                                                                                               that are currently sitting in second-fifth place in the BIG EAST
- all have come under head coach Geno Auriemma.
                                                                                               standings entering the week.
FIVE MINUTES FROM PERFECTION: In both of UConn’s losses this
                                                                                               UCONN JOINS 700 CLUB: UConn’s 70-60 win at Cincinnati marked
season against Tennessee and North Carolina, the Huskies had the
                                                                                               the Huskies’ 700th win in the 32-plus year history of the program.
game tied in the waning moments before coming up just short.
                                                                                                    The Huskies are the 18th team in NCAA Division I women’s
     Against Tennessee the game was tied at 60-60 with 4:00 min-
                                                                                               basketball history to garner 700 wins joining Louisiana Tech,
utes remaining in regulation before falling 70-64 and UConn saw itself
                                                                                               Tennessee, Texas, Old Dominion, James Madison, Stephen F.
tied at North Carolina at 76-76 with 1:00 minute remaining in regula-
                                                                                               Austin, Tennessee Tech, Long Beach State, Penn State, Ohio
tion before falling 82-76.
                                                                                               State, Richmond, Western Kentucky, Texas Tech, Kansas State,
FEBRUARY BECKONS: The Huskies have wrapped up the January                                      Georgia, Auburn and Stanford.
schedule and a multitude of tough tasks are still awaiting to test
UConn's mettle in February.                                                                    ROAD SAVVY: The Huskies are 63-8 on the road since Feb. 1, 2001.
    Connecticut opened the month with a 52-48 road win at No. 16/18                                The Huskies have not lost back-to-back road games since the
Marquette on Feb. 3 and a 60-50 win over No. 22/25 Rutgers in the first                        1992-93 season when it lost at Miami (2/14) and Pittsburgh (2/24).
and second games of a four-game stretch against ranked opponents
               2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                                                                 5
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HUSKIES IN THE BIG EAST STATS: Below is a list of where the                                                             Associated Press
Huskies rank both as a team and individually in a number of BIG EAST
stat categories as of 2/9.                                                                                                  Writers’ Poll
Individual                                                                                                                           (Feb. 5, 2007)
Scoring                            21st ....................Kalana Greene (13.3)                                        Team                       Record      Pts. Prev.
                                   29th..............Renee Montgomery (12.2)                                      1.    Duke (41)                  21-0      1,241     1
Rebounding                         5th ............................Tina Charles (8.4)                             2.    North Carolina (9)         23-0      1,209     2
                                   14th ......................Kalana Greene (7.2)                                 3.    Tennessee                  19-2      1,102     4
                                                                                                                  4.    Maryland                   21-2      1,089     3
Field Goal %                       2nd ....................Charde Houston (57.3)
                                                                                                                  5.    Ohio State                 18-1      1,066     5
                                   4th ..........................Tina Charles (57.0)                              6.    CONNECTICUT                18-2        987     7
                                   11th ....................Kalana Greene (51.2)                                  7.    LSU                        20-2        939     8
Assists                            2nd ..............Renee Montgomery (4.65)                                      8.    Stanford                   18-3        919     9
                                   5th ........................Ketia Swanier (4.30)                               9.    Oklahoma                   17-2        862     6
Steals                             3rd ..............Renee Montgomery (2.65)                                      10.   Purdue                     19-3        739    12
                                   T-8th......................Ketia Swanier (2.04)                                11.   George Washington          18-2        727    11
                                                                                                                  12.   Arizona State              19-3        714    10
                                   T-12th..................Kalana Greene (1.91)
                                                                                                                  13.   Baylor                     18-3        671    13
3-point FG %                       2nd ..........................Mel Thomas (43.6)                                14.   Georgia                    18-4        600    14
3-point made                       2nd ..........................Mel Thomas (2.52)                                15.   Vanderbilt                 18-4        474    15
Blocks                             2nd ..........................Tina Charles (217)                               16.   Marquette                  19-2        448    17
                                   11th ..................Charde Houston (1.26)                                   17.   Bowling Green              18-2        434    16
Assist/TO Ratio                    1st ........................Ketia Swanier (2.15)                               18.   Texas A&M                  15-4        425    21
                                   8th ..............Renee Montgomery (1.70)                                      19.   Louisville                 19-2        396    18
                                                                                                                  20.   Middle Tenn. St.           19-3        385    19
                                                                                                                  21.   California                 16-5        206    20
Team                                                                                                              22.   Nebraska                   17-4        154    25
Scoring                            1st .......................................... 78.2 ppg                        23.   Rutgers                    12-6         86   NR
Scoring Defense                    1st............................................53.3 ppg                        24.   Wisc. Green Bay            17-3         74   NR
Scoring Margin                     1st..........................................+24.9 ppg                         25.   James Madison              17-2         69   NR
Field Goal %                       1st..........................................49.0 FG%
Field Goal % Defense               1st..................................33.1 Opp FG%                              Others receiving votes: Michigan State 43, Mississippi
                                                                                                                  39, Texas 36, Arkansas 24, Utah 16, Montana 12, DePaul 11,
Free Throw %                       15th .......................................65.8 FT%
                                                                                                                  Delaware 10, Iowa State 9, Pittsburgh 5, TCU 5, Ball State 4,
Rebound Margin                     1st ..........................................+11.2 rpg                        Florida State 4, Texas Tech 4, Tulane 4, N.C. State 3, Kansas
Assists                            1st..........................................18.00 apg                         State 2, Western Kentucky 2, Illinois State 1.
Blocks                             1st............................................6.30 bpg
Steals                             2nd ........................................10.52 spg                                U S A                T O D A Y
3-point %
3-pointer % Defense
                                   9th ......................................30.9 3-pt.%
                                   1st ..............................24.9 Opp 3-pt. %
                                                                                                                           Coaches’ Poll
Turnover Margin                    3rd ................................+2.48 to/margin                                               (Feb. 6, 2007)
Assist/TO Ratio                    1st..................................1.12 A/TO ratio                                 Team                       Record      Pts. Prev.
                                                                                                                  1.    Duke (25)                  23-0        769     1
                                                                                                                  2.    North Carolina (6)         24-0        750     2
                                                                                                                  3.    Tennessee                  20-2        709     3
HUSKIES                                                                    ALL FIVE IN DOUBLE-DIGITS:
                                                                                                                  4.
                                                                                                                  5.
                                                                                                                        CONNECTICUT
                                                                                                                        Ohio State
                                                                                                                                                   20-2
                                                                                                                                                   21-1
                                                                                                                                                               667
                                                                                                                                                               652
                                                                                                                                                                       5
                                                                                                                                                                       6
IN THE POLLS                                                               All five UConn starters are aver-      6.    Maryland                   22-3        626     4
                                                                           aging double-figure points             7.    LSU                        21-3        554     7
                  AP/Writers                 ESPN/Coaches                                                         8.    Arizona State              21-3        515    10
                                                                           entering Sunday’s game vs. LSU.        9.    George Washington          19-2        490    12
Preseason         No. 8 (Nov. 8)             No. 8 (Nov. 1)
                                                                              UConn has had five players fin-     9.    Oklahoma                   18-3        490     8
Week     #1       No.   8   (Nov. 13)        No.   7   (Nov. 14)           ish in double-figure points just two   11.   Stanford                   19-4        486     9
Week     #2       No.   7   (Nov. 20)        No.   7   (Nov. 21)           other times in its history, the most   12.   Georgia                    19-4        408    14
                                                                                                                  13.   Purdue                     20-4        387    13
Week     #3       No.   7   (Nov. 27)        No.   7   (Nov. 28)           recent during 2001-02 season           14.   Vanderbilt                 20-4        382    15
Week     #4       No.   7   (Dec. 4)         No.   7   (Dec. 5)            which saw the Huskies finish 39-0.     15.   Baylor                     19-4        364    11
Week     #5       No.   6   (Dec. 11)        No.   6   (Dec. 12)              The only other season that          16.   Louisville                 21-2        295    17
                                                                                                                  17.   Bowling Green              20-2        280    16
Week     #6       No.   6   (Dec. 18)        No.   6   (Dec. 19)           UConn has had five players in
                                                                                                                  18.   Middle Tenn. St.           21-3        230    19
Week     #7       No.   5   (Dec. 25)        No.   5   (Dec. 26)           double-figures was the 1994-95         19.   Texas A&M                  17-4        216    20
Week     #8       No.   5   (Jan. 1)         No.   5   (Jan. 2)
                                                                           campaign which culminated in           20.   California                 18-5        182    21
                                                                           the first national championship        21.   Nebraska                   19-4        163    22
Week     #9       No.   7   (Jan. 8)         No.   5   (Jan. 9)                                                   22.   Marquette                  19-4        146    18
                                                                           and a 35-0 mark.                       23.   Rutgers                    14-6         70    25
Week     #10      No.   6   (Jan. 15)        No.   5   (Jan. 16)              Reserve Nykesha Sales aver-         24.   Michigan State             17-6         51    23
Week     #11      No.   7   (Jan. 22)        No.   5   (Jan. 23)           aged double-digits off the             25.   Wisc. Green Bay            18-3         46    24
Week     #12      No.   6   (Jan. 26)        No.   5   (Jan. 27)           bench to give the Huskies five
                                                                                                                  Others receiving votes: Texas 30, Montana 23, James
Week     #13      No.   5   (Feb. 5)         No.   4   (Feb. 6)            players in double-digits.              Madison 19, South Florida 17, Pittsburgh 14, BYU 12,
                                                                                                                  Mississippi 10, TCU 5, Delaware 4, Florida State 3, N.C.
                                                                                                                  State 3, Temple 2, Western Kentucky 2, Belmont 1, Liberty 1.
             2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                                              6
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HUSKIES IN THE NATIONAL STATS: Below is a list of
where the Huskies rank both as a team and individually in a                                                                    HUSKIES
number of NCAA stat categories as of 2/4.
                                                                                                                                 VS.
Individual
Rebounds                  89th..................Tina Charles (8.4)                                                           THE BIG EAST
Assists                   54th ......Renee Montgomery (4.7)                                                                 (ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS)
                          72nd ..............Ketia Swanier (4.4)
Field Goal %              59th ............Kalana Greene (51.2)
Blocks                    38th..................Tina Charles (2.0)                                                                CONNECTICUT
Steals                    61st ......Renee Montgomery (2.5)                                                                           leads
3-point FG %              12th ................Mel Thomas (44.3)                                                                  Cincinnati 2-0
3-point made              21st ..................Mel Thomas (2.6)
Team                                                                                                                              CONNECTICUT
Scoring                   6th.................................. 79.0 ppg                                                             leads
Scoring Defense           11th ................................53.5 ppg                                                            DePaul 2-1
Scoring Margin            4th ................................+25.6 ppg             Junior Charde Houston ranks
Field Goal %              4th ................................49.4 FG%              second in the Big East Conference             CONNECTICUT
Field Goal % Defense      4th ........................32.9 Opp FG%                  in field goal percentage at .573.                 leads
Free Throw %              222nd ...........................66.5 FT%
Rebound Margin            4th..................................+11.5 rpg                                                         Georgetown 37-6
Assists                   5th ..................................18.4 apg
Blocks                    6th ....................................6.2 bpg                                                         CONNECTICUT
Steals                    53rd ................................10.5 spg     DOUBLE THE PLEASURE                                     is tied with
Turnover Per Game         59th ............................16.0 TO/pg       Five players have recorded a double-double on          Louisville 1-1
                                                                            16 occasions during the 2006-07 season.
                                                                            Tina Charles                                          CONNECTICUT
                                                                            Rutgers (2/6/07)                                          leads
                                                                            15 points/10 rebounds                                  Marquette 2-0
CHARLES SECOND ON UCONN FRESHMAN BLOCK                                      Marquette (2/3/07)
LIST: UConn freshman Tina Charles currently ranks sec-                      20 points/14 rebounds                                 CONNECTICUT
ond among UConn’s all-time freshman block leaders with                                                                                 leads
                                                                            Notre Dame (1/27/07)                                  Notre Dame 20-4
her current total of 50 - one better than third-place Charde                12 points/10 rebounds
Houston’s total and 25 behind Kara Wolters’ freshman record                 Syracuse (1/13/07)                                    CONNECTICUT
total of 75 entering Sunday’s game at LSU.                                  14 points/19 rebounds                                      leads
                                                                            Seton Hall (1/9/07)                                   Pittsburgh 33-9
CHARLES SEVENTH ON UCONN FRESHMAN                                           20 points/12 rebounds
REBOUND LIST: UConn freshman Tina Charles currently                         West Virginia (1/2/07)                                CONNECTICUT
ranks seventh among UConn’s all-time freshman rebound                       13 points/12 rebounds                                      leads
leaders with her current total of 194.                                                                                           Providence 34-21
                                                                            Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
     She is currently 15 rebounds shy of Leigh Curl’s                       15 points/11 rebounds
                                                                                                                                  CONNECTICUT
sixth best total of 209 and 26 shy of Barbara Turner’s                      Colgate (11/16/06)                                        leads
total of 220.                                                               18 points/17 rebounds                                  Rutgers 19-4
                                                                            Kalana Greene
MONTGOMERY CLIMBING SOPHOMORE ASSIST LIST:                                  Rutgers (2/6/07)                                      CONNECTICUT
UConn sophomore Renee Montgomery currently ranks                            15 points/10 rebounds
                                                                                                                                        leads
ninth on the UConn sophomore assist list with her current                   DePaul (1/24/07)                                      St. John’s 33-16
total of 107 - six behind Sandy Gavin’s eighth-place total                  25 points/12 rebounds
of 113 and 13 behind Jill Braumbaugh’s seventh-place                        Hartford (12/29/06)                                   CONNECTICUT
total of 120.                                                               14 points/16 rebounds                                      leads
                                                                                                                                  Seton Hall 42-10
                                                                            Oakland (Mich.) (12/23/06)
CHARLES NAMED FOW FOR FOURTH TIME: University 14 points/13 rebounds
                                                                                                                                  CONNECTICUT
of Connecticut freshman Tina Charles was named the BIG Charde Houston
                                                                                                                                      leads
EAST Women’s Basketball Freshman of the Week for the Rutgers (2/6/07)                                                            South Florida 3-0
                                                              16 points/11 rebounds
period ending February 4.
   The honor marks the sixth weekly conference honor earned Boston University (11/28/06)                                          CONNECTICUT
by a UConn player this season and the fourth time Charles has 12 points/11 rebounds                                                   leads
been recognized as the BIG EAST Freshman of the Week this Brittany Hunter                                                         Syracuse 29-12
                                                              Colgate (11/16/05)
season.
                                                              12 points/10 rebounds                                               CONNECTICUT
  Shea Ralph (five selections), Tamika Williams (five selec-
                                                                                                                                       leads
tions), Svetlana Abrosimova (six selections) and Rebecca Kaili McLaren
                                                              Sacred Heart (12/31/06)                                             Villanova 28-17
Lobo (seven selections) are the only UConn players to gar- 14 points/15 rebounds
ner more BIG EAST Freshman of the Week in the same sea-                                                                           CONNECTICUT
son.                                                                                                                                   leads
   Charles averaged a double-double with 13.0 points and 11.0 rebounds during UConn’s 2-0 week that                              West Virginia 18-1
included road wins at Cincinnati and No. 16/18 Marquette while shooting a solid .600 (12-of-20) from the
             2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                                          7
              1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                            27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
field over the two games.                                                        CHARLES SCORING IN DOUBLE-FIGURES: Freshman Tina
   Charles matched her career high with 20 points and added 14                   Charles has scored in double-figure points in six of the last seven
boards for her team-leading seventh double-double of the season in               games and eight of the last 10 games overall entering Sunday’s game
the Huskies’ 52-48 win at No. 16/18 Marquette - tying Tamika                     vs. LSU.
Williams for the most double-doubles by a UConn freshman since                    Charles is averaging 14.0 points, 9.3 rebounds and shooting .670
1997-98 when Williams also registered seven.                                     from the field over the last 10 games.
   Other UConn BIG EAST weekly honors this include year include
Kalana Greene (Saint Stephens, S.C.) who was named BIG EAST                      CHARLES SETS FRESHMAN MARKS FOR BLOCKS: Freshman
Player of the Week on Jan. 29 and Kaili McLaren (Washington,                     Tina Charles nine blocks vs. Notre Dame on Jan. 27 snapped the
D.C.) who was named BIG EAST Freshman of the Week once pre-                      previous UConn and BIG EAST records for blocks in a single game
viously this season.                                                             and tied the all-time UConn single-game mark.
                                                                                      Charles tied the program single-game record matching Kelly
GREENE NAMED BIG EAST POW FOR FIRST TIME IN CAREER:                              Schumacher (vs. Tennessee-April 2, 2000) and Rebecca Lobo (vs.
University of Connecticut sophomore Kalana Greene was named the                  Seton Hall-January 13, 1995).
BIG EAST Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for the period end-                    She also broke the previous bests for a freshman in both UConn
ing January 29.                                                                  and BIG EAST annals with her nine-swat effort surpassing the previ-
      The honor marks the fifth weekly conference honor earned by a              ous BIG EAST record of eight by Kara Wolters (Connecticut) and
UConn player this season and the first BIG EAST Player of the Week               Vaida Sipavicuite (Syracuse).
recognition, as the other four times a UConn player has been select-                  Wolters held the previous best mark by a UConn freshman with
ed it has been as the BIG EAST Freshman of the Week.                             her BIG EAST record total of eight.
      Greene averaged team-bests last week with 17.5 points and 9.5
rebounds over UConn's 2-0 week, that included wins over DePaul and               CHARLES JUST SHY OF RARE TRIPLE-DOUBLE: UConn fresh-
Notre Dame.                                                                      man Tina Charles came within one block of the second triple-double
      The slashing wing shot a solid .500 (12-of-24) from the field and          on UConn history as she finished with 12 points, 10 rebounds and a
.833 (10-of-12) from the free throw line over two games last week and            UConn and BIG EAST Freshman record nine blocks in the Huskies'
also averaged 2.0 steals and 1.0 blocks in the pair of wins.                     win over Notre Dame on Jan. 27.
      Greene scored a career-best 25 points while adding 12 rebounds                  Laura Lishness tallied the program's only triple-double with 14
for her double-double this season in win over DePaul on Jan. 24. She             points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists on March 5, 1989 vs. Providence.
also nabbed three steals in the win over the Blue Demons.                             The triple-double would have been the 13th in Big East
      Greene has scored 20-plus points in three of the last six games overall.   Conference history and only the second-ever involving points,
      She followed that by totaling 10 points, seven rebounds, two               rebounds and blocks in BIG EAST annals.
blocks and a steal in win over Notre Dame (1/27). The two blocks
helped UConn total 16 in the win over the Irish - which ranks as the             TINA CHARLES EARNS THIRD BIG EAST WEEKLY HONOR:
second-highest total in UConn annals and tied for the seventh-highest            UConn freshman Tina Charles was named BIG EAST Freshman
single-game total in NCAA Division I women’s basketball history.                 of the Week for the period ending Jan. 21 - the third time she has
      Greene also boasts a current streak of six consecutive games               been honored by the conference this season.
with double-figure points.                                                            Charles averaged 14.0 points while shooting a .667 (16-of-
      Other UConn BIG EAST weekly honors this include year include               24) clip from the field that included a loss at No. 2/2 North
Tina Charles, who has been named BIG EAST Freshman of the                        Carolina and double-digit victories over BIG EAST opponents
Week on three occasions and Kaili McLaren who was named BIG                      Providence and St. John’s - both conference victories coming on
EAST Freshman of the Week once previously this season.                           the road.
                                                                                      Charles posted 18 points on 7-of-9 shooting in the Huskies’
GREENE LIGHTING IT UP: Sophomore Kalana Greene enters                            win at Providence on Jan. 17 and registered her second consec-
Sunday’s game vs. LSU having registered double-figure points in                  utive game in double-figure points with 15 in UConn’s win over St.
eight of the last nine games including back-to-back 23-point efforts             John’s at Madison Square Garden on Sunday.
against Syracuse and North Carolina and a career-best 25-point effort                 The third freshman of the week honor marks the most by a
against DePaul.                                                                  UConn player since Charde Houston garnered the award three
     The sophomore is averaging 16.4 points while shooting .504                  times in 2004-05.
from the field over her last nine games.                                              Last year’s BIG EAST Freshman of the Year Renee
     On the defensive end, Greene has tallied 21 steals over the                 Montgomery was honored with the weekly honor twice.
last nine games - an average of 2.3 per contest.
                                                                                 HUSKIES AVOID BACK-TO-BACK OVER AND OVER: The
MONTGOMERY STEALIN’: Sophomore Renee Montgomery                                  Huskies have not lost back-to-back games since the 1992-93 season
matched her season-high with six steals against Rutgers.                         entering Sunday’s game vs. LSU.
   Montgomery, who leads UConn with 61 steals, has nabbed multiple                  The last time UConn dropped consecutive games was during
steals in 17 games this season.                                                  the 1992-93 season when they lost against Providence (3/7/93)
   The Huskies’ game vs. DePaul on Jan. 24 marked the first time in              and Louisville (3/17/93).
a 22-game stretch that Montgomery has failed to register at least one              Connecticut has gone 488 games without back-to-back defeats.
steal.                                                                              The Huskies are 41-0 following a loss during the streak follow-
                                                                                 ing its win over Providence on Jan. 17.
            2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                               8
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MONTGOMERY AND HOUSTON NAMED TO NAISMITH WATCH LIST: University
of Connecticut women’s basketball players Charde Houston and Renee
Montgomery have been selected as two of the top-50 preseason candidates for the
                                                                                                   HUSKIES
2006 Naismith Trophy, presented by Cingular Wireless, which is presented annually               CHAMPIONSHIPS
to the national player of the year.
     The top-50 list was compiled by the Atlanta Tipoff Club’s Board of Selectors, com-           FIVE NATIONAL TITLES
prised of leading basketball journalists, coaches and administrators from around the            1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004
country. The board based its preseason criteria on player performances from last sea-
son along with expectations for the 2006-07 season.                                                EIGHT FINAL FOURS
     In January, the Board of Selectors will narrow its preseason list to the top-30 play-      1991, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2001,
ers in the nation. Those players and others who distinguish themselves throughout                     2002, 2003, 2004
the season, will be eligible for the final ballot in March.
                             Houston was also named to the Preseason Top-30 Watch
                                                                                               BIG EAST TOURNEY CHAMPS
                           List for the Wooden Award, which also recognizes the
                           national player of the year, and was a Preseason All-BIG             1989, 1991, 1994, 1995, 1996,
                           EAST Honorable Mention choice.                                       1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001,
                             Montgomery ranks second on the UConn squad this sea-                     2002, 2005, 2006
                           son with an average of 12.2 points per game and currently
                           leads the team with 107 assists and 61 steals. The sopho-                     BIG EAST
                           more point guard was named the 2006 BIG EAST                         REGULAR SEASON CHAMPS
                           Freshman of the Year as a rookie and after tying the UConn           1989, 1990, 1991, 1994, 1995,
                           freshman assist record with 123.                                     1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000,
                             Connecticut has had three previous players win the
                                                                                                   2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
                           Naismith Award as the nation’s most outstanding player
                           including Rebecca Lobo (1995), Sue Bird (2002) and Diana
                           Taurasi (2003 & 2004).
                                                                                                           THE
                                                                                                 AURIEMMA
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                                                                                                 610-118 (.838) - 22nd season
2006-07 NAIMSITH TROPHY WATCH LIST            Lindsey Medders     Iowa State                  354-65 (.845) - vs. BIG EAST foes
Matee Ajavon         Rutgers                  Renee Montgomery    UConn
Jolene Anderson      Wisconsin                Shay Murphy         USC
Morenike Atunrase    Texas A&M                Courtney Paris      Oklahoma
                                                                                              58-13 (.817) - NCAA Tourney Play
Alison Bales         Duke                     Candace Parker      Tennessee
DeWanna Bonner       Auburn                   Armintie Price      Ole Miss
                                                                                              NAISMITH National Coach of the Year
Sha Brooks           Florida                  Allie Quigley       DePaul                       (1994-95, 1996-97, 1999-00, 2001-02)
Essense Carson       Rutgers                  Noelle Quinn        UCLA
Cori Chambers        Georgia                  JillianRobbins      Tulsa                               ASSOCIATED PRESS
Angela Clark         St. John's               Megan Skouby        Iowa                             National Coach of the Year
Marissa Coleman      Maryland                 Brooke Smith        Stanford
Jazz Covington       Louisville               Kristi Toliver      Maryland
                                                                                               (1994-95, 1996-97, 1999-00, 2002-03)
Jessica Davenport    Ohio State               Mercedes Walker     Pittsburgh
Dee Davis            Vanderbilt               Emily Westerberg    Arizona State                 WBCA National Coach of the Year
Jessica Dickson      South Florida            Candice Wiggins     Stanford                        (1996-97, 1999-00, 2001-02)
Shay Doron           Maryland
Sylvia Fowles        LSU                      Last year's Naismith Trophy recipient was                 VICTOR AWARD
Katie Gearlds        Purdue                                                                        (1994-95, 1995-96, 1999-00)
                                              repeat winner Seimone Augustus from
Chrissy Givens       Middle Tennessee
Devanai Hampton      Cal                      LSU. Other notable women's college player
Lindsey Harding      Duke                     of the year winners include Diana Taurasi,       USBWA National Coach of the Year
Kiera Hardy          Nebraska                 Cheryl Miller, Chamique Holdsclaw and                       (2002-03)
LauraHarper          Maryland                 Sheryl Swoopes.
Cameo Hicks          Washington                                                                    BIG EAST Coach of the Year
Alexis Hornbuckle    Tennessee
Charde Houston       UConn
                                                                                               (1988-89, 1994-95, 1996-97, 1999-00,
Tasha Humphrey       Georgia                                                                            2001-02, 2002-03)
Tiffany Jackson      Texas
Tye Jackson          Houston                                                                           Eight Olympians
Crystal Kelly        Western Kentucky
Crystal Langhorne    Maryland                                                                18 First Team All-America selections
Erlana Larkins       UNC
Ivory Latta          UNC                                                                       13 BIG EAST Players of the Year
Camille Little       UNC
Victoria Lucas-Perry Michigan State                                                           24 Kodak All-District I selections
Dionne Marsh         New Mexico
                                                                                               26 Different Players Have Earned
                                                                                              All-BIG EAST Conference Honors a
                                                                                                        Total of 55 times
             2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                                 9
              1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                     27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
HUSKY STREAKS: UConn is 128-2 in its last 130 BIG EAST
home games...The Huskies have won 23 of their last 25 NCAA
                                                                                     HUSKIES BY THE NUMBERS
Tournament games... the Huskies have sold out 75 of the last 87
                                                                                                                        OVERALL   BIG EAST
regular season games in Gampel Pavilion... Connecticut has                     Leading at the half:                       21-0       11-0
won 95 of its last 102 games against BIG EAST opponents in the                 Trailing at half:                           0-2        0-0
regular season... UConn has won each of its last 196 games vs.                 Tied at the half                            0-0        0-0
unranked teams at home...the Huskies are 63-8 in their last 71 road            Playing overtime:                           0-0        0-0
games.                                                                         Shooting 50% or better:                     9-0        4-0
                                                                               Shooting less than 50%:                    12-2        7-0
SINCE 1999-2000: UConn is 253-24 (.913) overall since the 1999-                Shooting between 40-49.9%:                  7-2       2-0
                                                                               Shooting less than 40%:                     2-0        2-0
00 season. During that span the Huskies have won four national
                                                                               Opponents shoot 50% or better:              0-0        0-0
championships.                                                                 Opponents shoot less than 50%:             21-2       11-0
                                                                               UConn outrebounds its opponent:            19-1       9-0
SINCE 1994-95: Connecticut is 418-37 (.919) overall since the 1994-            Opponent outrebounds UConn:                 2-1       2-0
95 season. During that span the Huskies have won five national                 Teams are tied in rebounds:                 0-0        0-0
championships.                                                                 UConn has 10 or more steals:               13-1        8-0
                                                                               UConn shoots better than 70% FT:            6-0        4-0
THE LAST 100: Over their last 100 games, the Huskies have posted a             Bench outscores opponent bench:            16-2       8-0
                                                                               Scoring less than 50 points:                0-0        0-0
mark of 84-16.*
                                                                               Scoring 50-59 points:                       1-0        1-0
* - first game of last 100 was a 73-70 loss vs. Boston College on              Scoring 60-69 points:                       5-1        3-0
March 8, 2004.                                                                 Scoring 70-79 points:                       2-1        2-0
                                                                               Scoring 80-89 points:                       9-0        3-0
CONFERENCE CONTROL: UConn is 95-7 in its last 102 games vs.                    Scoring 90-99 points:                       3-0        1-0
BIG EAST opponents in the regular season (since Jan. 18, 2001).                Scoring 100 points or more:                 1-0        1-0
                                                                               Allowing 50 points or less:                10-0       6-0
SHOOT THE THREE!!!: UConn enters Sunday’s game vs. LSU hav-                    Allowing 51-59 points:                      6-0       2-0
                                                                               Allowing 60-69 points:                      4-0       2-0
ing made at least one three-point field goal in 165 consecutive
                                                                               Allowing 70-79 points:                      1-1       1-0
games - dating back to the 2002 NCAA National Championship                     Allowing 80-89 points:                      0-1       0-0
Game vs. Oklahoma on March 31, 2002 - when the Huskies                         Allowing 90 points or more:                 0-0       0-0
went 0-for-9 from beyond the arc.                                              Playing in Gampel Pavilion:                 9-0       5-0
                                                                               Playing in Hartford Civic Center:           4-1       0-0
HUSKIES VS. THE UNRANKED: UConn is 192-3 in its last 195                       Playing on the road:                        8-1        6-0
games (dating back to Jan. 31, 1999) overall against opponents not             Playing on a neutral floor:                 0-0        0-0
ranked in the Associated Press Top 25.                                         Playing a home BIG EAST game:               5-0        5-0
                                                                               Playing a road BIG EAST game:               6-0        6-0
  The Huskies’ lone losses came at Notre Dame (Jan. 13, 2004),
                                                                               Game is decided by 1-4 points:              1-0        1-0
Villanova (Feb. 28, 2004) and at Arizona State (Dec. 21, 2004).                Game is decided by 5-10 points:             2-2        2-0
  The Huskies are a tough out against non-ranked opponents at home -           Game is decided by 11 points or more:      18-0        8-0
having won their last 196 games against unranked opponents on their            Playing at night:                          17-1        9-0
home court(s).                                                                 Playing in the afternoon:                   4-1        2-0
 UConn’s last home loss to an unranked foe came on Feb. 27, 1993               Playing on CPTV                            19-0       11-0
vs. Georgetown.                                                                Playing on National Television:            4-2        2-0
                                                                               Mel Thomas leads team in scoring            5-0       2-0
                                                                               Charde Houston leads team in scoring       4-1        3-0
ON CPTV: UConn will play 23 games that will be televised on
                                                                               Renee Montgomery leads team in scoring     3-0        0-0
Connecticut Public Television (CPTV) this season.                              Tina Charles leads team in scoring          6-0       4-0
     The Huskies posted a 23-1 record on CPTV in 2005-06 and are 274-          Brittany Hunter leads team in rebounding   3-1        1-0
7 (.975) overall during broadcasts dating back to the 1993-94 season -         Tina Charles leads team in rebounding      8-0        5-0
including 19-0 in 2006-07.                                                     Charde Houston leads team in rebounding 5-1           4-0
                                                                               One Player in double figures                1-1       0-0
SIX PLAYERS IN DOUBLE-FIGURES: UConn’s 96-53 win at                            Two Players in double figures               3-0       2-0
                                                                               Three Players in double figures             3-0       3-0
Providence on Jan. 17 marked the first time that UConn had six players
                                                                               Four or more players in double figures     13-1       6-0
post double-figure points since March 2, 2004 - a span of 94 games.            All Five starters in double figures         1-0        0-0
                                                                               No Players with double figures              0-0       0-0
SHARP SHOOTING CONTINUES: UConn shot a .645 (40-of-62) clip                    In November                                 4-0        0-0
at Providence on Jan. 17 - its second highest field goal percentage of the     In December                                 7-0        1-0
season and the second time this season it has shot over .600 for a game.       In January                                  8-2        8-0
   The only better shooting effort that the Huskies have enjoyed this sea-     In February                                 2-0        2-0
son came at Virginia on Dec. 18 when UConn registered a .656 (42-of-           In March                                    0-0        0-0
                                                                               In April                                    0-0        0-0
64) clip.                                                                      On Sunday                                   2-0        1-0
   UConn’s first-half field goal percentage at Providence of .686 (23-of-      On Monday                                   3-1        0-0
35) marked its highest in any half this season.                                On Tuesday                                  5-0        4-0
   UConn’s 57 first-half points at Providence also represented its sec-        On Wednesday                                3-0        2-0
ond-highest point total in any half this season bested on by 58 in the first   On Thursday                                 3-0        0-0
half against Seton Hall on Jan. 9.                                             On Friday                                   1-0        0-0
                                                                               On Saturday                                 4-1        3-0
               2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                                                                              10
                 1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                                                     27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
HUSKIES DROP TIGHT GAME AT UNC: UConn overcame a 15-point second half
deficit but dropped an 81-76 decision at North Carolina on Jan, 15.                                                                      HUSKIES
   The game was tied with 1:01 remaining in regulation when Carolina’s Ivory Latta hit
a 3-pointer from the top of the key to secure the win for the Tar Heels.
                                                                                                                       2006-07 SUPERLATIVES
   North Carolina represented the Huskies’ third ranked opponent this season with                                   BIGGEST UCONN LEAD:
UConn owning a previous win over Purdue (66-55) and a loss against Tennessee (70-                                   58 points ..........................84-26 at Georgetown (12/7)
64).                                                                                                                BIGGEST UCONN DEFICIT:
   The Huskies were the second ranked team that North Carolina has faced this sea-                                  18 points ............................47-29 vs. Tennessee (1/6)
son with the Tar Heels earning a 70-57 win over Tennessee on Dec. 3.
                                                                                                                    BIGGEST UCONN LEAD IN A LOSS:
                                                                                                                    5 points ..................................8-3 vs. Tennessee (1/6)
BIG EAST DOMINANCE: The Huskies boast an overall record of 311-83 (.789)
                                                                                                                    BIGGEST UCONN DEFICIT IN A WIN:
in regular season BIG EAST play - and have won either the BIG EAST Regular
                                                                                                                    8 points ..............................33-25 at Holy Cross (12/4)
Season or Tournament title in each of the past 13 seasons.
   During UConn’s run of 11 consecutive BIG EAST regular season titles (1994-                                       BIGGEST UCONN HALFTIME LEAD:
                                                                                                                    43 points ....................................at Georgetown (12/7)
2004), the Huskies owned a sterling 181-7 (.963).
   The Huskies notched their fifth undefeated season in league play in 2002-03 -                                    BIGGEST UCONN HALFTIME DEFICIT:
the most of any other team in the league.                                                                           12 points ............................41-29 vs. Tennessee (1/6)
   UConn also holds the record for most consecutive winning seasons in league                                       BEST UCONN 1ST HALF FG%:
play.                                                                                                               .686 (24-35)..................................at Providence (1/17)
   Since 1986-87, the Huskies have been over .500 for the past 19-straight                                          WORST UCONN 1ST HALF FG%:
seasons. The next closest is Notre Dame, who has posted 10 winning sea-                                             .303 (10-33) ..................................vs. Hartford (12/29)
sons in a row from 1995-2005.                                                                                       BEST UCONN 2ND HALF FG%:
                                                                                                                    .676 (23-34)......................................at Virginia (12/18)
UNDEFEATED BIG EAST SEASONS                                                                                         WORST UCONN 2ND HALF FG%:
2002-03 ......................................16-0                                                                  .310 (9-29) ......................................at Marquette (2/3)
2001-02 ......................................16-0
                                                                                                                    MOST POINTS BY UCONN IN 1ST HALF:
1999-00 ......................................16-0
                                                                                                                    58 points ........................................vs. Seton Hall (1/9)
1996-97 ......................................18-0
1994-95 ......................................18-0                                                                  LEAST POINTS BY UCONN IN 1ST HALF:
                                                                                                                    26 points ........................................vs. Hartford (12/29)
UCONN FIRST SCHOOL WITH 300 BIG EAST WINS: The Huskies boast an                                                     MOST POINTS BY OPPONENT IN 1ST HALF:
overall record of 311-83 (.789) in regular-season BIG EAST games Tuesday’s                                          41 points ................................at North Carolina (1/15)
game vs. Rutgers - the first conference school in history to record 300 league wins                                 ......................................................vs. Tennessee (1/6)
in the program’s history.                                                                                           LEAST POINTS BY OPPONENT IN 1ST HALF:
     Only one other school in BIG EAST history has managed to reach 200                                             12 points ....................................at Georgetown (12/7)
wins in conference play - as Villanova currently boasts 229 wins.                                                   MOST POINTS BY UCONN IN 2ND HALF:
                                                                                                                    51 points ..........................................at Virginia (12/18)
100/100/100 CLUB FOR HOUSTON: UConn junior Charde Houston joined an elite                                           LEAST POINTS BY UCONN IN 2ND HALF:
club at UConn with her first two blocks in UConn’s win over St. John’s on Jan 21 as she                             21 points ..........................................at Marquette (2/3)
became the seventh player in UConn annals to register 100 steals, blocks and assists
                                                                                                                    MOST POINTS BY OPPONENT IN 2ND HALF:
in a career.                                                                                                        42 points ..........................................vs. DePaul (1/24)
   Houston’s third of four steals in UConn’s win at Holy Cross on Dec. 4 marked the
                                                                                                                    LEAST POINTS BY OPPONENT IN 2ND HALF:
100th of her career.
                                                                                                                    14 points ....................................at Georgetown (12/7)
   In addition, Houston reached 100 assists with her first of two at North Carolina on
Jan. 15.
   She becomes the seventh player in UConn annals to reach 100 in steals,
assists and blocks in a career joining Rebecca Lobo (396 blocks/130 steals/260                                                       COLLEGE RPI.COM
assists), Diana Taurasi (147/174/648), Swin Cash (130/148/175), Asjha Jones                                                                   (AS OF FEB. 10)
(151/119/194), Jessica Moore (125/104/167) and Ann Strother (120/119/418).
                                                                                                                                                                     RPI          SOS
                                                                                                                             1     Tennessee                       0.7410              1
                                                                                                                             2     Duke                            0.7205              3
The Last Time....                     UConn won in overtime
                                      12/1/04 - South Florida (H) 75-65
                                                                               UConn had over 65 rebounds
                                                                               11/15/01 - North Carolina (H) - 70
UConn scored 100+ points
                                                                                                                             3     Maryland                        0.6800              6
1/9/07 - Seton Hall (H) 106-58        UConn lost in overtime                   UConn won by 50+ points                       4     Ohio State                      0.6759             33
                                      3/28/06 - Duke (N) 61-63                 12/7/06 - Georgetown (A) +58
UConn Scored 90-100 Points                                                                                                   5     Purdue                          0.6734              4
1/17/07 - Providence (A) 96-53        UConn shot over .600 from field          UConn won by 40-50 points
                                                                                                                             6     North Carolina                  0.6731             53
                                      1/17/07 - Providence (A) .645 (40-62)    1/17/07 - Providence (A) +43
UConn scored 40 or less points                                                                                               7     CONNECTICUT                     0.6687             26
12/29/92 - Vanderbilt (A) 37-57       Opponent shot over .500 from field UConn won by 30-39 points
                                      3/8/04 - Boston College (N) .630 (29-46) 1/13/07 - Syracuse (H) +31 pts.               8     Stanford                        0.6628              8
Opponent scored 90+ points                                                                                                   9     George Washington               0.6623             35
3/30/01 - Notre Dame (N) 75-90        UConn shot under .250 from field         UConn lost by 25+ points
                                      12/29/92 - Vanderbilt (A) .241 (14-58)   2/23/92 - Providence (A) -25 pts.             10    LSU                             0.6585             27
Opponent scored 40 or less points
12/31/06 - Sacred Heart (H) 82-40     Opponent shot under .250 from field
                                      12/7/06 - Georgetown (A) .208 (10-48)
           2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                             11
            1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
THOMAS MOVING UP TOP-10 TREY LIST: UConn junior Mel Thomas enters Sunday’s                    UConn
game vs. LSU in sole possession of eighth place on UConn’s career 3-point field goal list
with 160 career treys - 1 shy of Kerry Bascom’s seventh-place total of 161.
                                                                                              Career Leaders
                                                                                              1,000-POINT CLUB
UCONN CAREER 3-POINT FIELD GOALS LIST                                                           1. Nykesha Sales (95-98)         2,178
  1. Diana Taurasi (01-04)      318                                                             2. Kerry Bascom (88-91)          2,177
  2. Ann Strother (03-06)       290                                                             3. Diana Taurasi (01-04)         2,156
  3. Wendy Davis (89-92)        279                                                             4. Kara Wolters (94-97)          2,141
  4. Sue Bird (99-02)           207                                                             5. Rebecca Lobo (92-95)          2,133
     Jennifer Rizzotti (99-02)  207                                                             6. Svetlana Abrosimova (98-01)   1,865
  6. Maria Conlon (01-04)       170                                                             7. Ann Strother (03-06)          1,699
  7. Kerry Bascom (88-91)       161                                                             8. Shea Ralph (97-01)            1,678
  8. Mel Thomas (03-pres.)      160                                                             9. Barbara Turner (03-06)        1,629
  9. Kristin Lamb (87-90)       151                                                            10. Swin Cash (99-02)             1,583
10. Svetlana Abrosimova (98-01) 141                                                            11. Wendy Davis (89-92)           1,552
 11. Nykesha Sales (95-98)      134                                                            12. Jennifer Rizzotti (93-96)     1,540
12. Amy Duran (96-99)           133                                                            13. Cathy Bochain (80-83)         1,534
                                                                                               14. Asjha Jones (99-02)           1,502
CHARLES 19 BOARDS A FRESHMAN MARK: Tina Charles 19 rebounds vs. Syracuse                       15. Peggy Walsh (83-86)           1,413
on Jan. 13 marked the most-ever by a UConn freshman since Geno Auriemma became                 16. Chris Gedney (87-81)          1,409
coach in 1985-86.                                                                              17. Tamika Williams (99-02)       1,402
  The last time a UConn player had more than 20 rebounds came when Swin Cash                   18. Leigh Curl (82-85)            1,388
pulled down 20 on Feb. 20, 2001 vs. West Virginia - a span of 206 games.                       19. Jamelle Elliott (93-96)       1,387
                                                                                               20. Carla Berube (94-97)          1,381
                                                                                               21. Sue Bird (99-02)              1,378
DEFENDING THEIR TURF: The Huskies boast a record of 241-11 (.956) at home (Storrs
                                                                                               22. Laura Lishness (88-91)        1,303
& Hartford) since the 1993-94 season.                                                          23. Kris Lamb (87-90)             1,244
                                                                                               24. Jessica Moore (02-05)         1,223
GAMPEL DOMINANCE: UConn is 75-2 in its last 77 games at Gampel Pavilion.                       25. Meghan Pattyson (89-92)       1,106
                                                                                               26. Ashley Battle (02-05)         1,054
STREAKING AT HOME VS. NONRANKED FOES: Following its Jan. 27 win over Notre                     27. Amy Duran (96-99)             1,000
Dame, UConn owns a 196-game winning streak on its home court vs. non-ranked oppo-                  Charde Houston (03-pres.)       931
nents.
                                                                                              3-POINT FIELD GOALS
                                                                                                1. Diana Taurasi (01-04)          318
WITH FOUR PLAYERS IN DOUBLE-FIGURE POINTS: Connecticut is a perfect 12-1                        2. Ann Strother (03-06)           290
this season when it has at least four players register double-figure points - the Huskies       3. Wendy Davis (89-92)            279
opened the season 9-0 in such games prior to its Jan. 15 loss at North Carolina.                4. Sue Bird (99-02)               207
                                                                                                   Jennifer Rizzotti (99-02)      207
MOST POINTS AND ASSISTS IN OVER TWO YEARS: UConn’s 106-point effort in its                      6. Maria Conlon (01-04)           170
                                                                                                7. Kerry Bascom (88-91)           161
Jan. 9 win over Seton Hall marked its highest single-game scoring effort since it posted
                                                                                                8. Mel Thomas (03-pres.)          160
107 vs. Buffalo on Nov. 19, 2004 - a span of 83 games. In addition, UConn’s 28 assists          9. Kristin Lamb (87-90)           151
in the win over Seton Hall represented its largest total since handing out 30 against          10. Svetlana Abrosimova (98-01)    141
Buffalo on Nov. 19, 2004.                                                                      11. Nykesha Sales (95-98)          134
                                                                                               12. Amy Duran (96-99)              133
UCONN WOMEN ON BIG MONDAY: Connecticut made its third appearance on ESPN’s
“Big Monday” package, which began to include women’s games last season.                       GAMES PLAYED
   UConn defeated LSU and lost at Rutgers in its two “Big Monday” appearances in               1. Ashley Battle (02-05)           149
                                                                                               2. Jessica Moore (02-05)           145
2005-06.
                                                                                               3. Ashja Jones (99-02)             144
                                                                                                  Diana Taurasi (01-04)           144
SOLID SHOOTING VS. THE HALL: UConn came out on fire in the first half of its 106-              5. Ann Strother (03-06)            143
58 win over Seton Hall on Jan. 9.
  The Huskies first-half field goal percentage of .657 (23-of-35) marked its highest field    FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
goal percentage in an opening half since it shot a .697 (23-of-33) clip vs. Western             1. Tamika Williams (99-02)        .703
Michigan on Nov. 23, 2003 - a span of 118 games.                                                2. Kara Wolters (94-97)           .628
                                                                                                3. Jessica Moore (02-05)          .584
LOTS OF POINTS VS. SETON HALL IN FIRST HALF: Connecticut’s 58 first-half points               BLOCKS
in its 106-58 win over Seton Hall on Jan. 9 marked its most in a half since it netted 58 in    1. Rebecca Lobo (92-95)            396
the opening half vs. Pittsburgh on Feb. 22, 2005 - a span of 58 games.                         2. Kara Wolters (94-97)            370
                                                                                               3. Kelly Schumacher (98-01)        181
UNLUCKY NO. 13: UConn’s loss on Jan. 6 vs. Tennessee marked its first loss of the              4. Peggy Walsh (83-86)             162
season - in its 13th game - after 12 consecutive wins to open the season.                      5. Asjha Jones (99-02)             151
                                                                                               6. Diana Taurasi (01-04)           147
   Connecticut also opened the 1997-98 season 12-0 - before losing in its 13th game by
                                                                                               7. Swin Cash (99-02)               130
a 84-69 count - also vs. Tennessee.                                                            8. Jessica Moore (02-05)           125
                                                                                               9. Ann Strother (03-06.)           120
                                                                                                  Charde Houston (03-pres.)       108
            2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                                         12
             1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                          27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
MCLAREN NAMED BIG EAST FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK                                      Tina Charles posted 13 points and 12 rebounds at West
AFTER NETTING DOUBLE-DOUBLE IN FIRST START: UConn                           Virginia on Jan. 2 - while Charde Houston (16 points) and Kalana
freshman Kaili McLaren made her first career start in UConn’s               Greene (15 points) each came up just one rebound short of join-
win over Sacred Heart on Dec. 31 and responded with one of the              ing her with a double-double - both finished with nine rebounds.
best games of her young career.
   McLaren registered her first double-double with career-highs in          AURIEMMA JOINS 600 CLUB: UConn head coach Geno Auriemma
both points (14) and rebounds (15) in the Huskies’ 82-40 win.               became the 14th active and 17th coach all-time to reach the 600-win mile-
   McLaren was named BIG EAST Freshman of the Week after                    stone in UConn’s win over Sacred Heart on Dec. 31.
averaging 10.5 points and 10.5 rebounds over the week - she is                   With his 600th win on Dec. 31, Auriemma becomes the fastest
the second UConn player to receive the conference honor this                coach to reach 600 victories, taking just 716 games - 18 faster than
season.                                                                     the current quickest to the mark - Tennessee head coach Pat
                                                                            Summitt.
NATIONAL ATTENDANCE LEADERS: UConn enters Sunday’s
game vs. LSU averaging the second-most fans per game nation-                AURIEMMA MILESTONE WINS
ally with an average of 11,152 over 14 home games.                          #100 Iowa State   12/31/91              69-56
  Connecticut has played before five of the top 15 crowds                   #200 Pittsburgh   1/2/95               100-67
nationally.                                                                 #300 Rhode Island 12/29/97             101-38
                                                                            #400 Illinois     12/10/00              97-55
GENO FASTEST TO 600: UConn head coach Geno Auriemma                         #500 Texas        4/6/03                71-69
became the fastest coach in NCAA Division I women’s basketball              #600 Sacred Heart 12/31/06              82-40
history to reach 600 career wins in terms of both seasons and
games needed as he notched the milestone win on Dec. 31 vs.                 HEAD COACH GENO AURIEMMA: UConn boss Geno Auriemma
Sacred Heart at the Hartford Civic Center.                                  is in his 22nd season at the helm of the Husky program and recently
   Auriemma took just 716 games to reach 600 career victories -             became the 14th active and 17th coach all-time in NCAA Division I
18 games faster than the previous quickest to the mark -                    women’s basketball to record 600-career wins.
Tennessee’s Pat Summitt who took 734 games over 23 seasons                        During his decorated tenure at Connecticut, Auriemma has guid-
to reach 600 career wins.                                                   ed the Huskies to five national championships, including three in the
                                                                            last five seasons.
JOIN COACH GENO AURIEMMA'S COURT OF HONOR AT
                                                                                  Auriemma boasts a career mark of 610-118 (.838) - his
THE NAISMITH MEMORIAL BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME:
                                                                            career winning percentage of .838 is second-best all-time in
University of Connecticut women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma is
                                                                            NCAA annals among active coaches.
once again being recognized by the Naismith Memorial Basketball
                                                                               He was named BIG EAST Coach of the Year for the sixth time
Hall of Fame - this time through the Court of Honor Program.
                                                                            in 2002-03. He also was honored as the 2003 Associated Press
    The Court of Honor Program allows friends, family and sup-
                                                                            Coach of the Year and the 2003 USBWA Coach of the Year.
porters of a Hall of Fame coach the opportunity to be recognized
                                                                              Overall in his career, Auriemma has received a total of 15 nation-
at the Basketball Hall of Fame in perpetuity. By participating, your
                                                                            al coach of the year honors.
name will appear on a plaque at the main entrance to the Hall of
Fame museum in Springfield, Mass. A replica plaque will also be
                                                                            HUSKIES IN HARTFORD: Since 1980, UConn has played a total of
provided to the University of Connecticut for display.
                                                                            80 games at the Hartford Civic Center.
    Auriemma was enshrined into the Naismith Memorial
                                                                                 The Huskies have posted a 70-10 mark in those contests,
Basketball Hall of Fame in the fall of 2006.
                                                                            including 4-1 this season.
    Your $1,000 tax deductible contribution to the Basketball Hall of
                                                                                 The Huskies were 12-1 in games played at the Hartford Civic
Fame will help preserve the history of the game as well as allow the Hall
                                                                            Center in 2005-06.
to continue providing educational programming that reaches youth
throughout the country.
                                                                            SELLOUTS IN HARTFORD: Since 2000, UConn has played in front
    The Court of Honor program is a meaningful way to forever link
                                                                            of 37 sellout crowds at the Hartford Civic Center.
your name with one of the greatest coaches in college basketball
history at the birthplace of the game and its museum of legends -
                                                                            HUSKIES IN DECEMBER: The Huskies have also enjoyed tremen-
the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
                                                                            dous success in the month of December as they boast an all-time mark
    To join Coach Auriemma's Court of Honor, please call (413)
                                                                            of 149-54 (.734) during the month following the Dec. 31 win over Sacred
781-6500 or go to hoophall.com
                                                                            Heart to close out the 2006 calender year.
                                                                                The Huskies had won 60 consecutive games during the month of
SMALL CROWD: The crowd of 806 that witnessed UConn’s
                                                                            December prior to a 61-50 loss at Arizona State on 12/21/04.
game at West Virginia on Jan. 2 marked the smallest for a UConn
                                                                                Following its Dec. 31 with Sacred Heart, UConn has won 75 of their
women’s basketball game (home or away) since 363 people
                                                                            last 78 games played in the final month of the calendar year dating back
turned out on Feb. 24, 1994 at Syracuse - a span of over 451
                                                                            to December 30, 1993.
games.

NEAR FIRST TIME FEAT AT WVU: UConn came within one
rebound of accomplishing something it had never done in its pro-
gram’s history - having multiple players post double-double efforts
in back-to-back games.
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BACK-TO-BACK DOUBLE-DOUBLE HIGHLIGHT SPURT FOR                               HUSKIES POST ALL FIVE STARTERS IN DOUBLE-DIGITS:
GREENE: UConn sophomore Kalana Greene posted the second                      Connecticut pulled off a feat in its 93-58 win over Colorado State
double of her career in as many games with 14 points and 16                  that it had not accomplished since the 2002-03 season.
rebounds in the Huskies’ win over Hartford on Dec. 29.                          All five UConn starters posted double-figure points in the
                                                                             win over Colorado State on Dec. 21 - marking the first time
SAME STARTING FIVE IN FIRST 10 GAMES: UConn opened                           the Huskies have turned the trick since Nov. 22, 2002 vs.
the game on Dec. 29 vs. Hartford with the same starting five for             Wright State - a span of 150 games.
the 10th consecutive game - marking the first time the Huskies
have opened the first 10 games of the season with the same                   HONORING GREATNESS: UConn’s Dec. 21 game vs. Colorado
starting lineup since 2003-04 - the last time the Huskies won                State featured a special postgame ceremony that will honor each
the national championship.                                                   of the 10 previous First-Team All-America selections in the pro-
                                                                             gram’s history as well as head coach Geno Auriemma.
WEEKNIGHT HUSKIES: UConn’s meeting with Oakland (Mich.) on                      The former athletes and Auriemma were recognized with a
Dec. 23 represented a first for the Huskies in two areas this season.        new visual tribute that will be permanently displayed at Gampel
     The Saturday game marked the first time the Huskies have                Pavilion as part of the facility’s new banner-display system.
played a game on a weekend as each of the Huskies initial eight
games (five home, three road) have been played between Monday                HUSKIES SHOOT LIGHTS OUT AT VIRGINIA: Connecticut shot
and Thursday.                                                                its best single-game field goal percentage in nearly six years with
     In addition, the Dec. 23 contest was the Huskies first afternoon        its .656 (42-of-64) clip in its 96-60 road win at Virginia on Dec. 18.
game of the season as each of their opening eight games have been                  The percentage marked the Huskies highest in a 200-game
night contests.                                                              span, since it recorded a .726 (45-of-62) percentage on Feb. 23,
                                                                             2001 vs. St. John’s.
CHARLES NAMED BIG EAST FOW: UConn’s Tina Charles has                               In addition, Connecticut’s first-half field goal percentage of
been named the BIG EAST Freshman of the Week for the period end-             .633 (19-of-30) marked its highest in an opening half since it shot
ing Dec. 26.                                                                 .652 (15-of-23) vs. Arizona State on Dec. 21, 2004.
     Charles averaged 12.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 2.3 blocks while               The Huskies .676 (23-of-34) clip in the second half of its win
leading UConn to a 3-0 week that included victories over Virginia,           at Virginia marked its highest field goal percentage in any half
Colorado State and Oakland (Mich.).                                          since it shot .696 (16-of-23) at DePaul on Jan. 28, 2006.
     Charles shot an impressive (17-of-26) .654 over Connecticut’s
three wins for the week.                                                     UCONN VS. IN-STATE OPPONENTS: Since 1974, UConn has played
     She tallied 12 points and seven rebounds in win at Virginia on Dec.     a total of 69 games vs. opponents from the state of Connecticut and own
18 while shooting 6-of-10 from the field and blocking a season-best six      a mark of 47-22 (.681) in those games following its win over Sacred
shots in just 18 minutes of action.                                          Heart on Dec. 31.
     The freshman followed that with 15 points and eight rebounds in 22            The Huskies have played 22 games vs. in-state foes since Geno
minutes, while shooting 7-of-9 overall in win over Colorado State on         Auriemma took over in 1985-86 and boast an unblemished mark of 22-
Dec. 21.                                                                     0 in those contests.
     Charles has tallied double-figure points in five games this season,
including three of the last four overall entering Friday’s game with         UCONN VS. IN-STATE OPPONENTS
Hartford.                                                                    Bridgeport. ...................................................3-1
     Charles is the first UConn player to be recognized by the confer-       Central Connecticut ....................................9-5
ence this season.                                                            Eastern Connecticut ..................................5-1
                                                                             Fairfield ......................................................11-5
GREENE NETS FIRST DOUBLE-DOUBLE DURING BREAK-                                Hartford ........................................................8-0
OUT WEEK: UConn sophomore Kalana Greene has been named the                   Quinnipiac ....................................................1-0
BIG EAST Freshman of the Week for the period ending Dec. 26posted            Sacred Heart................................................1-0
the first double-double of her career with 14 points and 13 rebounds in      Southern Connecticut ................................1-7
the Huskies’ win over Oakland (Mich.) on Dec. 23.                            Wesleyan ....................................................1-0
      The double-double effort capped off a great week for Greene,           Yale .............................................................7-3
who led the team with a 17.3 point scoring average and a .706 clip
from the field (24-of-34) while leading UConn to a perfect 3-0 mark          ESPNU DEBUT: The Connecticut-Virginia game on Dec. 18
that included a win at Virginia and home victories against                   marked the first time a UConn women’s basketball regular season
Colorado State and Oakland.                                                  game has been televised on ESPNU. The Huskies appeared on
                                                                             the “U” in the postseason when they defeated DePaul on March
LOOKING FOR 90: UConn came up just short in its quest to score 90            6, 2006 - in the BIG EAST Semifinals.
points for the third consecutive game when it faced Oakland (Mich.)
on Dec. 23 when it finished with 85 points. The Huskies have put up          GREENE ENJOYS CAREER NIGHT IN WIN AT UVA: UConn
96 points (at Virginia) and 93 points (vs. Colorado State) in their previ-   sophomore Kalana Greene had a career night on Dec. 18 in the
ous two games.                                                               Huskies 96-60 win at Virginia.
      The Huskies have not put together a three-game stretch of 90-               The sophomore wing dropped in a career-best 21 points
plus scoring efforts since the first three games of the 2001-02 season       while shooting a solid 10-of-12 from the field.
- a year that saw Connecticut post a 39-0 mark and win the program’s              In addition, Greene matched her career-best rebounding
third national championship.                                                 effort in the victory with nine boards.
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     The guard has posted double-figure points in four games this         last time coming on Jan. 3, 1992 - a 65-60 Georgetown win in
season - already matching her total in that category from her             Washington, D.C.
entire freshman season.                                                        This is the fourth consecutive year that UConn has opened
                                                                          BIG EAST play on the road.
SWANIER HITS 200 ASSISTS: UConn junior Ketia Swanier’s first of                The Huskies are 2-2 vs. Georgetown all-time vs. the Hoyas in
three assists in the win over Georgetown on Dec. 7 marked the 200th of    the BIG EAST opener.
her career. The junior guard reached the 200-assist plateau in her 74th        UConn was Georgetown’s BIG EAST opener last season, but
career game.                                                              the Hoyas marked the Huskies second conference opponent in
                                                                          2005-06 as Connecticut opened up league play on Dec. 8, 2005
FRIENDLY GAMPEL CONFINES: Following its Feb. 6 game vs.                   at Villanova.
Rutgers, the Huskies boast a record of 183-5 (.973) in Gampel Pavilion
since 1993-94.                                                            HUSKIES IN ROAD OPENERS: Following its win on Dec. 4 at
     UConn has won 75 of its last 77 games at Gampel Pavilion and         Holy Cross the Huskies boast a 24-9 record in its first game away
are 228-17 (.931) at the facility all-time.                               from home of the season.
                                                                                The Huskies have won 10 of their last 11 initial road (or neu-
SEASON RECORDS AT GAMPEL                                                  tral) games of the season following its win at Holy Cross with the
1993-94 ......................................19-0                        lone loss coming on Nov. 21, 2004 against North Carolina in
1994-95 ......................................18-0                        Raleigh.
1995-96 ......................................18-1
1996-97 ......................................17-0                        MONTGOMERY SPARKS WIN OVER NO. 9/9 PURDUE:
1997-98 ......................................16-0                        Sophomore point guard Renee Montgomery took matters into her
1998-99 ......................................12-1                        own hands in leading the Huskies to a win over then-No. 9/9 Purdue
1999-00 ......................................15-1                        on Nov. 30 in Storrs.
2000-01 ......................................14-0                            Montgomery sparked a 17-2 UConn first-half run that gave
2001-02 ......................................14-0                        the Huskies control of the game and finished with a career-
2002-03 ........................................8-0                       high 26 points in leading the Huskies to a win over their first
2003-04 ........................................7-0                       ranked opponent of the season.
2004-05 ........................................8-1
2005-06 ........................................8-1                       ALL-TIME VS. 06-07 OPPONENTS: Connecticut boasts a com-
2006-07 ........................................9-0                       bined all-time mark of 343-123 (.736) all-time vs. opponents on its
                                                                          2006-07 schedule. The Huskies have a winning record in the all-
HUSKIES IN NOVEMBER: Following its win over No. 9/9 Purdue                time series with 21 of their 28 different opponents this season.
on Nov. 30, UConn boasts an all-time mark of 74-14 (.841) in                      UConn will be facing three programs for the first time
games played in the month of November.                                    (Richmond, Sacred Heart and Oakland (Mich.).
   The last time UConn dropped a game in the month of                             The Huskies have a losing record in their all-time series
November came on Nov. 21, 2004 at the Jimmy V Classic, when               with only one team North Carolina (2-4).
the Huskies fell 71-65 to North Carolina.                                         Connecticut is .500 in the all-time series with Purdue (1-1),
   UConn has won nine consecutive games in the month of                   Virginia (2-2) and Louisville (1-1).
November.
                                                                          BANNER NIGHT: Prior to the Nov. 30 vs. Purdue the Huskies
EARLY START TO CONFERENCE SLATE: Thursday’s meeting                       unveiled a pair of banners honoring head coach Geno
(Dec. 7) with Georgetown marked the Huskies earliest start to the         Auriemma for his induction into the Naismith Memorial Hall of
conference slate since the 2001-02 season and only the second             Fame and the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame last September
time since 2001-02 that UConn has opened the league schedule              and April respectively.
before the turn of the New Year, the other coming last season.
     The Huskies opened on Dec. 8 last season on the road at              DOMINANCE OVER BIG EAST AT HOME: UConn is 128-2 in its last
Villanova - a 72-56 UConn win.                                            130 BIG EAST home games - dating back to Feb. 27, 1993.
     Connecticut opened league play in 2001-02 on Dec. 2                  * - record does not include BIG EAST Tournament games at the
with an 88-28 home win over St. John’s.                                   Hartford Civic Center or Gampel Pavilion.
UCONN IN BIG EAST OPENERS: Thursday’s meeting with                        NO SENIORS, NO PROBLEM: The year’s Connecticut squad
Georgetown marked UConn’s 25th BIG EAST regular season                    enters the season without a senior for the first time since 2002-03.
opener in its history.                                                       During that year, UConn went on to win the program’s second
     The Huskies are 20-5 all-time in conference openers follow-          straight and fourth overall national championship with a starting
ing its 84-26 win over the Hoyas - and have won their last 15             lineup that featured two freshmen (Ann Strother and Barbara
straight conference openers.                                              Turner).
     UConn’s last loss in a BIG EAST opener came against                     In addition, 2002-03 was also the last year that Connecticut dropped
Georgetown on Jan. 3, 1992 by the score of 65-60.                         an exhibition contest (11/13/02 - vs. Houston Jaguars - 79-73).
     This year’s opener marked the the fourth time that the
Huskies have opened conference play against the Hoyas - the
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NATION’S TOP CROWDS (AS OF 2/5)                                                  NATIONAL ATTENDANCE LEADERS (AS OF 2/5)
Rk.   Game                                             Atten.                          Team                 Total     G           Avg.
1.    Duke at Tennessee                                21,118                    1.    Tennessee            165,326   12        13,777
2.    Notre Dame at Tennessee                          19,092                    2.    CONNECTICUT          146,416   13        11,263
3.    North Carolina at Maryland                       17,950                    3.    Texas Tech           108,026   10        10,803
4.    Tennessee at Connecticut                         16,294                    4.    Oklahoma             91,917    9         10,213
5.    Stanford at Tennessee                            15,491                    5.    New Mexico           122,545   13         9,427
6.    Minnesota at Wisconsin                           15,269                    6.    Maryland             126,072   14         9,005
7.    Mississippi State at Tennessee                   14,881                    7.    Iowa State           112,942   13         8,688
8.    South Florida at Michigan State                  14,759                    8.    Purdue               80,935    11         7,358
9.    Hartford at Connecticut                          14,442                    9.    Michigan State       85,880    13         6,606
10.   UNLV at New Mexico                               13,849                    10.   Notre Dame           75,273    12         6,273
11.   Sacred Heart at Connecticut                      13,635                    11.   Wisconsin            78,558    13         6,043
12.   Xavier at Cincinnati                             13,176                    12.   Minnesota            77,643    13         5,973
13.   Richmond at Connecticut                          12,883                    13.   Baylor               88,832    15         5,922
14.   Oklahoma State at Texas Tech                     12,617                    14.   Penn State           63,985    11         5,817
15.   Oakland at Connecticut                           12,474                    15.   Kentucky             73,689    13         5,668
                                                                                 16.   Duke                 61,300    11         5,573
POLE POSITION: The University of Connecticut women’s basketball                  17.   Missouri State       54,061    10         5,407
team has been a regular in the Associated Press & ESPN Coaches Top 25            18.   LSU                  55,246    11         5,022
for 259 consecutive weeks.                                                       19.   Texas                74,224    15         4,948
      The Huskies are currently ranked No. 5, the first week they have been      20.   Vanderbilt           59,009    13         4,539
slotted at No. 7 (released Feb. 4).
      The Huskies are currently ranked No. 4 in the USA Today/ESPN
Coaches Poll (released Feb. 5).

POLL TALK: Below are some notes related to UConn’s current Associated
Press ranking.

Notes accurate for polls released the week of Monday, Feb. 4
    The Huskies have been ranked in the AP Poll or 259 consecutive
    weeks.
    The Huskies have been ranked No. 1 (AP) for a record-total of 94
    weeks in the program’s history.
    The Huskies have earned the No. 1 ranking the in AP Poll seven times
    in their history.
    UConn’s longest run as the nation’s top ranked squad spanned 30
    weeks (Nov. 9, 1999-Jan. 15, 2001).
    Its shortest stretch at the top spot was a one-week stay (Feb.
    24-March 1, 2004)
    In the four seasons that UConn has opened as the No. 1 team in
    the Associated Press poll, the Huskies have won a three national
    titles (2000, 2002, 2004) and lost twice in the national semifinals
    (1996, 2001).
    UConn has advanced to the Final Four in each of the five seasons
it opened No. 1 in the Preseason AP Poll.
    UConn had been ranked in the AP Top-10 for 199 consecutive
    weeks prior to the Dec. 27, 2004 poll, which had them at No. 11.

BACK TO BACK WITH FIVE IN DOUBLES: The Huskies Nov. 28 win
over Boston University and Nov. 18 win over Colgate marked the first
time that Connecticut has had back-to-back games with players in dou-
ble-figure points since the 1999-2000 season when the Huskies pulled
off the trick on November 26, 1999 against Old Dominion and November
28, 1999 against Pepperdine - a span of 253 games.
                                                                              Sophomore Renee Montgomery is one of five Huskies averaging
                                                                              double-figure points.
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ITALY RECAP: The University of Connecticut women’s basketball                 OTHER ITALY HIGHLIGHTS
team spent Nov. 18-25 on a Italian Tour that took them to Sorrento and
                                                                              Saturday, Nov. 18
Rome, Italy.
                                                                                - Huskies depart for Rome
   During the trip the Huskies posted a 2-0 mark in a pair of exhibition
                                                                              Sunday, Nov. 19
games against Italian Series A Teams Napoli and Viterbo.
                                                                                - Huskies arrive in Rome
Highlights of the trip are listed below as well as recaps from both             - Arrive at St. Peter’s Square for Mass and Papal Blessing
exhibition victories.                                                           - Depart For Sorrento

Game #1 Avellino, Italy (Nov. 21, 2006): The University of                    Monday, Nov. 20
Connecticut women’s basketball team used an 18-6 run over the final             - Depart to Geno Auriemma’s hometown on Montella for ceremony
10 minutes to open its two-game Italy exhibition schedule with a 78-57        honoring Huskies head coach
win over Napoli on Tuesday night in Avellino, Italy.                          Tuesday, Nov. 21
    Two Huskies finished the contest with double-doubles as freshman            - Game in Avellino (8:45 p.m. Italy Time)
Tina Charles tallied 14 points and 14 rebounds and junior Charde
Houston totaled 13 points and 10 rebounds.                                    Wednesday, Nov. 22
    The loss marked the first of the season for the Napoli squad, which        - Huskies depart for Rome
entered the contest boasting a 6-0 record, good for first place in the        Thursday, Nov. 23
Italian League standings.                                                       - Huskies tour Vatican Museum
    Joining Charles and Houston with double-figure points were guards
                                                                                - Game in Viterbo (5:30 p.m. Italy Time)
Renee Montgomery and Mel Thomas, who each finished with 13
points.                                                                       Friday, Nov. 24
    The Huskies won despite shooting just 12-of-27 from the free throw          - Huskies tour Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Coliseum and
line and committing 19 turnovers to Napoli’s 12.                              Forum
    Connecticut found itself tied with Napoli after the first 10 minutes at
                                                                                 - Huskies join U.S. Marines at U.S. Embassy in Rome for official kick-
24-24 before pulling away by limiting Napoli to just 20 points over the
                                                                              off of the annual “Toys for Tots” program.
final 20 minutes of regulation.
                                                                              Saturday, Nov. 25
Game #2 Viterbo, Italy (Nov. 23, 2006): Sophomore Kalana Greene                 - Huskies return to Connecticut
led all players with 22 points as the UConn women’s basketball team
closed out its two-game Italy exhibition schedule with an 81-56 win at        CHARLES WASTES NO TIME SEEING DOUBLE: UConn fresh-
Viterbo on Thursday evening.                                                  man Tina Charles became the fastest player in UConn history to
    The Huskies led 25-19 after one quarter of action and took control        record a double-double in a career since Ann Strother in 2002-
of the contest by out-scoring Viterbo 23-6 in the second quarter en           03 by tallying 18 points and 17 rebounds in the team’s win over
route to the 25-point victory.                                                Colgate on Nov. 16 - her second career game.
    Greene scored 16 of her 22 points in the opening half and junior               Charles only needed the opening 20 minutes to accumulate
Charde Houston totaled 12 rebounds in the opening 20 minutes to               double-figure numbers as she totaled 15 points and 11 rebounds
lead UConn’s first-half surge that saw them leading 48-25 at halftime.        in the opening 20 minutes of the win over Colgate.
    Greene also had a solid outing from the free throw line as she con-            Strother totaled 11 points and 11 rebounds in her first
nected on 10-of-11 attempts.                                                  career collegiate game on Nov. 22, 2002 vs. Wright State.
    Junior Brittany Hunter played 20 minutes and tallied 19 points (16
in the first half) and six rebounds. Sophomore point guard Renee              DEFENSE RULES VS. COLGATE: Connecticut limited Colgate to
Montgomery totaled 13 points to round out UConn’s double-figure               17 first-half points and just 37 for the game in its win over the Raiders
scorers.                                                                      on Nov. 16.
    Montgomery also added nine assists and six steals in the win while           The 17 first-half points marked the fewest by a UConn opponent
directing the Connecticut offense.                                            since West Virginia was limited to 16 in the 2006 BIG EAST
    Houston led the Huskies on the boards with 14 rebounds as her and         Championship Game on March 7, 2006 and the 37 total points marked
Hunter combined to lead the Huskies in the paint in a game that saw           the lowest single-game output by a Connecticut opponent since
the Huskies play without freshman center Tina Charles who was held            Syracuse tallied 36 on Feb. 22, 2006.
out of the game as a precautionary measure due to a minor shoulder               The UConn defense’s dominant first-half also forced Colgate into 17
injury she suffered in practice on Wednesday.                                 turnovers in the first 20 minutes - matching their first-half point total.
    Charles is expected to play Tuesday, Nov. 28 when UConn host                 The Raiders .209 field goal percentage also represented the
Boston University at Gampel Pavilion.                                         lowest figure by a UConn opponent since Providence was limited
    Ines Ajanovich was the only Viterbo player to finish in double-digit      to a .173 clip on Feb. 5, 2005.
points with 10.
    Viterbo made a run in the third quarter as they out-scored UConn          17 REBOUNDS BY CHARLES MOST SINCE...: UConn freshman
20-17 but the Huskies came back with a 16-11 margin in the final quar-        Tina Charles pulled down 17 rebounds in the Huskies 81-37 win over
ter to put the game away.                                                     Colgate on Nov. 16 - the most by a UConn player since Asjha Jones
                                                                              tallied 18 rebounds vs. Oklahoma on Dec. 22, 2001 - a span of 172
                                                                              games.
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HUNTER NOTCHES FIRST DOUBLE-DOUBLE OF SEASON:                                UCONN PICKED AS PRESEASON FAVORITE IN BIG EAST POLL:
Junior Brittany Hunter 12 points and 10 rebounds in the win over             The University of Connecticut women’s basketball team was
Colgate on Nov. 16 marked her SECOND double-double at UConn and              selected as the favorite in the 2006-07 BIG EAST preseason
the fourth of her career - her previous was a 12 point 11 rebound effort     coaches poll.
at Cleveland State on Nov. 27, 2005.                                            The Huskies earned 11 of 16 possible votes in the poll, which
                                                                             was released on Oct. 26 at the conference’s annual media day at
UCONN IN HOME OPENERS: The Huskies always are comfortable                    the ESPN Zone in New York City’s Times Square.
in their home base - especially in their first appearance in front of the       Freshman Tina Charles was voted the preseason freshman of
home folks as they have compiled an impressive 28-5 all-time mark in         the year by the league’s coaches. Charles is a New York City
home openers following Monday’s game with Richmond.                          native who led Christ the King High School to back-to-back
    UConn is now 21-1 in home openers under head coach Geno                  national championships the last two seasons. She recently played
Auriemma.                                                                    for the 2006 USA Basketball U-18 National Team.
    The Huskies only loss under Auriemma in a home opener came on               Sophomore Renee Montgomery was named to the preseason
Nov. 29, 1990 - a 17-point loss vs. Iowa (58-41).                            All-BIG EAST Team. She is the only sophomore this year to
    Connecticut has won its last 16 home openers following Monday’s          receive that honor. Last season Montgomery tied the UConn
meeting with Richmond.                                                       freshman assist record and was recognized as the BIG EAST
                                                                             Freshman of the Year. She led the 2006 USA Basketball U-20
PRESEASON HISTORY: Connecticut’s 102-61 win over the Houston                 team to a gold medal in the FIBA Americas U-20 Championship
Jaguars in its exhibition finale improved its record to 18-1 in exhibition   for Women this summer.
contests dating back to 1997.                                                   Junior Charde Houston received All-BIG EAST Honorable
   The Huskies only exhibition loss in that span came during the 2002-       mention for the second season in a row. Houston averaged 9.5
03 campaign when it dropped a 79-73 decision to the Houston Jaguars          points and 4.8 rebounds per game as a sophomore.
on Nov. 13, 2002 at Gampel Pavilion.
   UConn has won 10 consecutive exhibition games following its win           2006-07 Preseason Coaches' Poll
over the Houston Jaguars.                                                    1. Connecticut (11)   221
                                                                             2. Rutgers (5)        215
HOUSTON NAMED TO WOODEN PRESEASON WATCH LIST:                                3. DePaul             179
UConn junior Charde Houston has been named to the 30-player                  4. Louisville         176
Wooden Award Preseason Watch List, which was released earlier                5. Pittsburgh         152
this week.                                                                   6. St. John's         148
    Houston averaged 9.5 points as a sophomore and has posted                7. USF                136
double-figure points 36 times in her career, including 16 times last         8. Marquette          123
season.                                                                      9. West Virginia      117
Wooden Preseason Top-30 Watch List                                           10. Villanova         110
Matee Ajavon          Rutgers               Jr.                              11. Notre Dame        108
Morenike Atunrase     Texas A&M             Jr.                              12. Cincinnati        82
Alison Bales          Duke                 Sr.                               13. Georgetown        57
Marissa Coleman       Maryland             So.                               14. Providence        45
Jessica Davenport     Ohio State           Sr.                               15. Syracuse          30
Dee Davis             Vanderbilt           Sr.
                                                                             16. Seton Hall        21
Jessica Dickson       South Florida        Sr.
Shay Doron            Maryland             Sr.
Sylvia Fowles         LSU                   Jr.                              2006-07 Preseason Player of the Year
Lindsey Harding       Duke                 Sr.                               Jessica Dickson, Sr., F, USF
Cameo Hicks           Washington           Sr.
Alexis Hornbuckle     Tennessee             Jr.                              2006-07 Preseason Freshman of the Year
Charde Houston        Connecticut           Jr.                              Tina Charles, Fr., C, Connecticut (Jamaica, N.Y./Christ the King)
Tasha Humphrey        Georgia               Jr.
Tye Jackson           Houston               Jr.                              2006-07 Preseason All-BIG EAST Team
Crystal Kelly         W. Kentucky           Jr.                              Matee Ajavon, Jr., G, Rutgers
Crystal Langhorne     Maryland              Jr.                              Essence Carson, Jr., G/F, Rutgers
Erlana Larkins        No. Carolina          Jr.                              Angela Clark, Sr., F, St. John's
Ivory Latta*          No. Carolina         Sr.                               *Jazz Covington, Sr., C, Louisville
Camille Little        No. Carolina         Sr.                               *Jessica Dickson, Sr., F, USF
Lyndsey Medders       Iowa State           Sr.                               Renee Montgomery, So., G, Connecticut
Shay Murphy           USC                  Sr.                               Christina Quaye, Sr., F, Marquette
Courtney Paris*       Oklahoma             So.                               Allie Quigley, Jr., G, DePaul
Candace Parker        Tennessee            So.                               Marcedes Walker, Jr., C, Pittsburgh
Armintie Price        Mississippi          Sr.                               Mallorie Winn, R-Sr., G, Pittsburgh
Noelle Quinn          UCLA                 Sr.                               *Kia Wright, R-Jr., G, St. John's
Jillian Robbins       Tulsa                Sr.                               *unanimous selection
Tiffany Jackson       Texas                Sr.
Kia Vaughn            Rutgers              So.                               2006-07 Preseason All-BIG EAST Honorable Mention
Candice Wiggins       Stanford              Jr.                              Charde Houston, Jr., F, Connecticut
                                                                             Treasure Humphries, Sr., G, Cincinnati
                                                                             Kia Vaughn, So., C, Rutgers
            2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                  18
             1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                       27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
CPTV TO BE UCONN FLAGSHIP STATION FOR 13TH
STRAIGHT SEASON: Connecticut Public Television (CPTV) will tele-
vise 23 regular season UConn women’s basketball games in 2006-07.                   U C o n n
    This marks the 13th consecutive season that CPTV has served as
the primary TV home of UConn women’s basketball and the partnership
allows the Huskies to be the most televised women’s basketball pro-
                                                                               2006-07 Honors
gram in America.                                                          TINA CHARLES
    Veteran broadcaster Bob Picozzi will serve as the play-by-play           BIG EAST Preseason
voice of the Huskies while former UConn player and coach Meghan              Freshman of the Year
Culmo will provide color and analysis.                                       BIG EAST Freshman of the Week (Feb. 5)
                                                                             BIG EAST Freshman of the Week (Jan. 22)
ANOTHER CHANGE IN THE BOOTH: Bob Joyce will serve as
                                                                             BIG EAST Freshman of the Week (Jan. 15)
the new radio voice of the UConn women’s basketball team begin-
                                                                             BIG EAST Freshman of the Week (Dec. 27)
ning this season replacing Joe D’Ambrosio on the UConn/WTIC
Radio Network.
                                                                          CHARDE HOUSTON
   Joyce will team with former UConn national player of the year
                                                                            Naimsith Trophy Top-50 Watch List
Kara Wolters to form the regular broadcast team.
                                                                            Wooden Award Top-30 Watch List
                                                                            All-BIG EAST Preseason Honorable
DUNKIN’ DONUTS SUPPORTS UCONN STUDENT ATHLETES:
                                                                            Mention
The UConn Division of Athletics is excited to announce the third
straight season of the Connecticut Dunkin’ Donuts Franchisee
                                                                          KAILI MCLAREN
Scholarship Fund. Over the next five years, Dunkin’ Donuts will con-
tribute more than $100,000 to the scholarship fund in order to support      BIG EAST Freshman of the Week (Jan. 2)
the academic and athletic goals of UConn's deserving student-ath-
letes.                                                                    RENEE MONTGOMERY
      For every UConn men’s dunk, women’s three-pointer and foot-           Naimsith Trophy Top-50 Watch List
ball touchdown scored during Husky home games, a $150 contribu-             All-BIG EAST Preseason Team
tion will be made to the scholarship fund. The fund will provide schol-
arship assistance for a deserving Connecticut student-athlete to          KALANA GREENE
become a UConn Husky! For up to date information on the status of           BIG EAST Player of the Week (Jan. 28)
the scholarship fund, visit UConnHuskies.com.
                                                                          MEL THOMAS
UCONN ASSISTANT COACH TONYA CARDOZA NAMED TO NEW                            CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine
ENGLAND BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME: UConn assistant coach                      Academic All-District I (Second Team)
Tonya Cardoza was one of 10 individuals with UConn ties to be
inducted into The New England Basketball Hall of Fame on Oct. 6 in
Kingston, R.I.
     Cardoza was inducted as a high school player and is entering
her 13th season as an assistant coach at UConn and has been a part
of the each of the program’s five national championships.
     A standout college performer at Virginia, she was an All-America
and previously an All-State basketball performer at Boston English
High School.
     In 1997, she was inducted into the Boston English Hall of Fame,
only the second woman to receive the honor. Cardoza is a native of
Roxbury, Mass.

MEL THOMAS NAMED ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT: University of
Connecticut junior Mel Thomas has been named to the
CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 1 Second Team.
     Thomas boasts a 3.4 grade point average while majoring in busi-
ness and this marks her first-ever CoSIDA Academic All-District I
selection.
     Her selection marks the 11th time a UConn player has been
chosen as a member of one of the CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine
Academic All-District I squads.
                                               HEAD COACH GENO AURIEMMA
                   THE ARCHITECT OF THE NATION’S MOST VISIBLE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL PROGRAM

                                               G        eno Auriemma has redefined the meaning of success in college women's basketball in his 21 years as head coach of the
                                                       University of Connecticut.
                                                  During his illustrious tenure, Auriemma has transformed the UConn program into the standard that all others are measured, both
                                            on and off the court.
                                                  Under his guidance, the Huskies been transformed from a program with only one winning record to its credit to its current state,
                                            which includes five national championships, eight Final Fours and 27 BIG EAST titles since Auriemma’s arrival in 1985.
                                                  On the court, his success includes five national championships and complete dominance in the BIG EAST Conference. Off the
                                            court, success means a flawless graduation rate and one of the most beloved sports teams in the country.
                                                  This unmatched success, which is the standard for collegiate programs nationally, was recognized with Auriemma’s induction into
                                            both the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (Springfield, Mass.) and the Women Basketball Hall of Fame (Knoxville, Tenn.)
                                            in 2006.
                                                 He currently ranks among the winningest active coaches in terms of winning percentage at .835 and is the first coach in women's
                                            basketball history to guide a team to five consecutive Final Four appearances. He enters the season needing just 11 wins to become the
                                            13th coach in NCAA Division I history to total 600 career victories.
                                                 Auriemma is a five-time national coach-of-the-year and has been named the BIG EAST coach-of-the-year six times.
                                                 His 20-year overall record stands at 589-116 (.835), one of the best winning percentages among active Division I coaches and he is
                                            the second fastest coach overall to eclipse the 500-win mark - taking just 599 games to reach the milestone.
                                                 The Huskies consistency has been remarkable as the program has won either the BIG EAST Regular Season or Tournament title in
                                            each of the past 13 seasons and 16 of the past 18 overall.
                                                 The Huskies have won the BIG EAST Tournament crown in each of the past two years and extended their streak of consecutive
                                            NCAA Regional appearances to 13 seasons with its Elite Eight berth in 2006. Auriemma also guided UConn to its 11th 30-win sea-
                                            son in 2006 and its 11th in the past 13 seasons.
                                                 The 2003-04 season was a historical one - even for the tradition-rich Connecticut program - as it became only the second program
                                            in NCAA history to win three consecutive national titles.
UConn    head   coach      Geno                  The road to their third straight title was a bumpy one at times for the Huskies, but with Auriemma's leadership the team never
Auriemma was enshrined in both              wavered from achieving their ultimate goal, despite encountering a few detours along the way.
the Naismith Memorial and                        In 2003-04, the Huskies tied the NCAA-record for consecutive home court wins at 69 straight games and won the BIG
Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame             EAST Regular Season Title for the 11th consecutive season.
in 2006.                                         Senior standout Diana Taurasi was named Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four for the second consecutive season
                                            and was also honored as the Naismith National Player of the Year for the second time, in addition to being the recipient of the
                                            Honda Award and the Nancy Lieberman Award.
                                                 The 2002-03 season, despite a handful of newcomers, mirrored Auriemma teams of the past. The squad continued the pro-
                                            gram’s winning tradition by bringing home UConn's fourth women's basketball national championship, and also broke the
                                            NCAA Division I women's record for most consecutive victories with 70-straight. Connecticut broke the previous record of
                                            54 set by Louisiana Tech with its 55th-straight win on January 18, 2003, versus Georgetown in the Hartford Civic Center.
                                                 For the fourth time in UConn history, the Huskies finished the regular season undefeated with a perfect 29-0 record. They
                                            went on to capture UConn's 10th straight BIG EAST regular season title, 13th overall, and continued their winning ways into
                                            the postseason making their seventh Final Four appearance.
                                                 After two competitive games in the Final Four, the Huskies earned their fourth NCAA Women's Basketball Championship
      GENO AURIEMMA                         and became only the third school to do so in back-to-back years. Junior Diana Taurasi was named the 2003 Final Four Most
           FILE                             Outstanding Player, while freshman Ann Strother was named to the Final Four All-Tournament team. It was the first time in
  BORN:                                     women's or men's basketball history that a program earned the national championship without a senior on its roster.
  March 23, 1954 in Montella, Italy              Accolades for the 2002-03 season continued to pour in. Auriemma was named the BIG EAST Coach of the Year as well
                                            as the United States Basketball Writer's Association (USBWA) Women's Basketball Coach of the Year and Associated Press
  HIGH SCHOOL:                              Coach of the Year. Taurasi garnered Player of the Year honors from the Associated Press, USBWA and Naismith and earned the
  Bishop Kenrick High School,               Wade Trophy and the NCAA Honda Award for the nation's most outstanding women's basketball player. Taurasi earned her sec-
  Norristown, Pennsylvania (1972)           ond straight Kodak All-American award and was named an Associated Press First Team All-American for her outstanding play
                                            and leadership during UConn's 37-1 run through the 2002-03 championship season.
  COLLEGE:                                       Auriemma's 2001-02 squad recorded the second undefeated season in program history with a 39-0 mark and registered
  Montgomery County Community               UConn's third national championship and sixth Final Four appearance. Auriemma's teams also won the 1995 and 2000 nation-
  College, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania (1974)   al titles.
  West Chester State College, West               Featuring Kodak All-Americans Sue Bird, Swin Cash and Diana Taurasi, the 2001-02 Huskies posted an NCAA record-
  Chester, Pennsylvania (1981)              tying 39 wins and a 35.4 average margin of victory, another NCAA record. His team also earned its 12th BIG EAST regular
                                            season title and 11th BIG EAST tournament crown as the Huskies made their 14th straight NCAA appearance.
  COACHING CAREER:                               The 1999-2000 national championship season included a then-school-record 19-straight weeks ranked No. 1 in the nation-
  Assistant Girls' Coach, Bishop            al polls and a final record of 36-1.
  McDevitt HS, Wyncote, PA (1976-                UConn captured the program's first national title in 1994-95, when Auriemma led the Huskies to a perfect 35-0 record.
  1978) Assistant Women's Coach, St.        UConn was only the second team in Division I women's basketball history to go undefeated en route to the national champi-
  Joseph's University, Philadelphia,        onship. The Huskies became the first unbeaten team in NCAA history (all divisions, men or women) to win 35 games in a sea-
  PA (1978-79) Assistant Boys'              son.
  Coach, Bishop Kenrick HS,                      Under Auriemma's direction, UConn ranked second nationally in Division I victories in the 1990's (Jan. 1, 1990-Dec. 31,
  Norristown, PA (1979-81) Assistant        1999) with 290 total wins. The Huskies were also second in the nation in total winning percentage (.860) in the decade as well
  Women's Coach, University of              as establishing a BIG EAST record for conference victories (158).
  Virginia, Charlottesville, VA (1981-           After inheriting a Husky program that had just one winning season in its 11-year history, Auriemma has posted 20 winning
  85) Head Women's Coach,                   seasons since arriving at UConn in August of 1985. The Huskies also now hold every BIG EAST single-game and single-sea-
  University of Connecticut, Storrs,        son home court attendance record.
  CT (1985-present).                             Since 1988-89, the first season the Huskies earned a BIG EAST regular season championship, UConn ranks No. 1 among all BIG
                                            EAST teams in league regular season wins (274-29, a .904 winning percentage). Coupled with UConn's 47-5 (.904) record in BIG
                                            EAST Tournament action since 1989.
                                                                                                    The development of national caliber student-athletes has been Auriemma's forte
AURIEMMA YEAR-BY-YEAR                                                                           during his UConn coaching tenure. Every recruited freshman that has played for
                                                                                                Auriemma at Connecticut and completed her eligibility at UConn has obtained her
 Year        School             W/L       Pct.              NCAA Tournament Finish              undergraduate degree.
 1985-86 Connecticut            12-15     .444                                                      Impressively, since the 1991-92 season, 32 of UConn's starters - 21 different
                                                                                                players - have been on the Dean's List.
 1986-87 Connecticut            14-13     .519                                                      Among these 17 players are four of the most highly acclaimed women's bas-
 1987-88 Connecticut            17-11     .607                                                  ketball players ever - Rebecca Lobo, Jennifer Rizzotti, Kara Wolters and Sue
 1988-89 #Connecticut* 24-6               .800                         NCAA First Round         Bird. All four of these student-athletes earned Associated Press National Player
                                                                                                of the Year honors and won the Wade Trophy and Honda Broderick Awards.
 1989-90 #Connecticut 25-6                .806                     NCAA Second Round            Most recently, Diana Taurasi joined the elite four by being named a consensus
 1990-91 #Connecticut* 29-5               .853              NCAA Final Four Semifinals          National Player of the Year in 2002-03.
                                                                                                    Auriemma has coached 10 First Team Kodak All-Americans, with the most
 1991-92 Connecticut            23-11     .676                     NCAA Second Round
                                                                                                recent selections of Bird, Cash and Taurasi. This includes 11 consecutive sea-
 1992-93 Connecticut            18-11     .621                         NCAA First Round         sons (1993-2004) where at least one UConn player earned Kodak All-America
 1993-94 #Connecticut* 30-3               .936                         NCAA Final Eight         honors - a total of 18 honors, with Taurasi earning her third selection in 2004.
                                                                                                    UConn's home court record also stands as one of the most impressive in the
 1994-95 #Connecticut* 35-0               1.000    NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
                                                                                                nation. In Auriemma's tenure, UConn is 312-33 at home against collegiate oppo-
 1995-96 #Connecticut* 34-4               .895              NCAA Final Four Semifinals          nents, including a 14-2 mark in 2005-06, for a sparkling .904 winning percentage.
 1996-97 #Connecticut* 33-1               .971                      NCAA Regional Final             By building such a dynamic program, Huskymania fan support and enthusi-
                                                                                                asm is at an all-time high. UConn was third nationally in total home attendance
 1997-98 #Connecticut* 34-3               .919                      NCAA Regional Final
                                                                                                for all Division I women's programs in 2005-06, attracting 223,503 fans for 19
 1998-99 #Connecticut* 29-5               .853                NCAA Regional Semifinals          home dates in Harry A. Gampel Pavilion and the Hartford Civic Center. The
 1999-00 #Connecticut* 36-1               .973     NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                      Huskies have boasted an advance sellout of nearly every game in Gampel
                                                                                                Pavilion and the Hartford Civic Center dating back to November 1999.
 2000-01 #Connecticut* 32-3               .914              NCAA Final Four Semifinals              Prior to taking the UConn position, Auriemma served as the primary assis-
 2001-02 #Connecticut* 39-0               1.000    NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                      tant women's coach at the University of Virginia under head coach Debbie Ryan
 2002-03 #Connecticut 37-1                .973     NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                      from 1981-85. He helped lead the Cavaliers to the Atlantic Coast Conference
                                                                                                championship in 1984.
 2003-04 #Connecticut 31-4                .886     NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                          Before his Virginia position, Auriemma was assistant women's basketball coach
 2004-05 Connecticut* 25-8                .758             NCAA Regional Semifinals             at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia with then-head coach Jim Foster (now
 2005-06 Connecticut* 32-5                .865                   NCAA Regional Final            Ohio State women's basketball head coach). He also coached boys' basketball at his
                                                                                                high school alma mater, Bishop Kenrick High School in Norristown, Pa., from
 2006-07 Connecticut            21-2      .913                                                  1979-81.
 TOTALS 21 YEARS                610-118 .838              FIVE NATIONAL TITLES                      Auriemma has found success even beyond the college coaching ranks due to his
                                                                                                involvement with USA Basketball. In the summer of 2000, Auriemma represented
 # - BIG EAST Regular Season Champions
                                                                                                the United States at the Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, as an assistant coach
  *- BIG EAST Tournament Champions                                                              of the gold medal winning Olympic Team.
                                                                                                    That same summer, Auriemma led the 2000 USA Women's Basketball Junior
                                                                                                World Championship team to a gold medal in the COPABA Junior World Cup
Qualifying Tournament in Argentina. Auriemma and the squad advanced to the 2001 FIBA Junior World Championship for women held in the Czech Republic in July of 2001, and
returned with the bronze. In April of 1996, he was co-head coach of the National Senior All-Stars when the All-Stars met the United States National Team.
    During the summer of 1996, he served as coach of the USA Basketball Select Team in Colorado Springs, Colo. In January of 1995, Auriemma was named an assistant coach of the
USA World University Games Women's Basketball Team, which played in Fukuoka, Japan, in the summer of 1995; due to personal conflicts, however, he had to relinquish that position.
He also served as head coach of the West Team at the 1993 U.S. Olympic Festival in San Antonio, Texas.
    In the summer of 2002, Auriemma was selected as a member of the inaugural induction class to the New England Basketball Hall of Fame.
    In addition to his coaching duties, Auriemma serves on several national basketball committees. He was a four-year member of the Kodak All-America Selection Committee and
was named chair of that committee in January of 1992. He has also been a voting member of the USA TODAY/WBCA Top 25 Poll. He was recently named to the Women’s
Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Board of Directors.
    Auriemma has also served as an analyst during ABC’s and ESPN’s coverage of the WNBA in each of the past three seasons.
    An accomplished speaker, Auriemma also is involved in numerous regional and state charitable and educational efforts. For the last nine years, Auriemma has been the chair of
Why-Me of New England, a fund-raising organization for breast cancer research, and also has served as the State of Connecticut honorary chair for the American Heart Association.
    In the fall of 1993, Auriemma was elected into the National Mortar Board academic honor society for his outstanding contributions to UConn academics and for community
service.
    Auriemma currently serves as co-chair of the Connecticut Arthritis Foundation. In May of 1994, Auriemma was awarded the prestigious UConn Club Outstanding Contribution
Award for his service and commitment to Husky athletics.
    In tribute to the Huskies' first NCAA National Championship, and for his commitment to intercollegiate athletes and service in the community, Auriemma received two special
awards in 1995.
    He was one of four recipients of the 1995 Center for the Study of Sport in Society "National Student-Athlete Day Giant Steps Award", presented in Boston. He was also hon-
ored with "Geno Auriemma Day" at the National Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass., on August 9, 1995.
    Auriemma has given back to the university as well. In November 1998, he and his wife Kathy gave a $125,000 gift to the University of Connecticut Library.
    Auriemma is a 1981 graduate of West Chester with a B.A. in political science. He resides in Manchester, Conn., with Kathy and their three children: Jenna (23), Alyssa (21) and
Michael (18).
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               1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                                      27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
              UCONN                                                 2006 UCONN SIGNING CLASS FINALIZED
            BASKETBALL
                                                                    Storrs, Conn., November 16, 2006 - The following is a list of the University of

     ON THE AIRWAVES                                                Connecticut's Women's Basketball Letter of Intent signees as of Thursday, Nov. 16.

                                                                    UConn head coach Geno Auriemma on This Year’s Signing Class:
LIVE VIDEO WEBCASTS: UConn fans across                              “You really need two good players in every class at least, and I think we got two really good
the globe can access UConn women’s basketball                       players. We got a point guard that fits in with the way we like to play. Lorin Dixon is a win-
games live via the internet at:                                     ner. She is tremendously talented. She comes from a great background. Maya Moore is a
  http://cptv.org/tvuconnwbhoopstreams.asp                          big guard that can play virtually anywhere. She plays well on the perimeter and she plays
                                                                    well on the inside. It’s almost like we signed three players because of all the flexibility Maya
                        OR                                          gives with her versatility.”
          click on the women’s basketball
                 webcast link on the                                Lorin Dixon, 5-3, Guard, New York, N.Y. (Christ the King HS): Former prep teammate
         women’s basketball homepage at                             of current UConn freshman Tina Charles...averaged 11.2 points and 7.1 assists as a jun-
                UConnHuskies.com                                    ior to lead Christ The King H.S. to a 30-0 record and No. 1 ranking in the final USA Today
                                                                    National Poll...ranked No. 33 nationally by Blue Star...ranked No. 33 nationally by All-Star
The webcasts are available on a subscription                        Girls Report...has led Christ The King to 57 consecutive victories over the past two sea-
basis at the following price levels:                                sons...scored 34 points as a junior and was named the MVP of the New York State
                                                                    Tournament after leading the Royals to a 79-66 victory over Murry Bergtraum in the New
Season ....................................................$44.95   York State Federation Class AA Final...has established herself as one of the most athletic
30-Day Pass............................................$19.95       players and top defenders in this year’s senior class...named an EA Sports Second Team
2-Day Pass ................................................$9.95    All-America choice in 2006...2006 New York Daily News All-City First Team choice...2006
                                                                    All-Queens First Team.
For the ninth consecutive season, the
University of Connecticut women’s basketball                        UConn head coach Geno Auriemma on Lorin Dixon:
games will be broadcast on the UConn/WTIC                           “One of the key things I like about Lauren is her willingness to play defense full court. She
                                                                    is used to winning. I have never let a player’s size determine whether I recruit them or not.
Radio Network. WTIC and its powerful
                                                                    I’ve had 5-10 power forwards and won it 5-5 point guards. It is a matter if you can play bas-
50,000 watt radio signal reaches 23 states                          ketball or not. Lorin Dixon may be the fastest person ever with a basketball in her hands.”
and parts of Canada.
     WTIC 1080 AM will carry the Huskies’                           Maya Moore, 6-1, Guard/Forward, Lawrenceville, Ga. (Collins Hill HS): Averaged 23.2
entire regular season schedule as well as all                       points, 11.3 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 5.4 steals as a junior at Collins Hill H.S...led the
BIG EAST and NCAA Tournament games.                                 Eagles to a 31-1 record as a junior and the Georgia Class 5A State Championship and a
     Husky women’s basketball games are                             No. 2 in the final USA Today National Poll...the Eagles lone loss was a 79-75 overtime set-
                                                                    back vs. No. 1 Christ The King High School and future UConn teammates Lorin Dixon and
called by Joe D’Ambrosio, Kara Wolters,
                                                                    Tina Charles in the Tournament of Champions Final in Arizona...honored as the Naismith
Bob Joyce and Randy LaVigne.                                        Award winner, which recognizes the national high school player of the year...she was only
     In addition, the UConn women’s basket-                         the second junior ever to receive the honor...she is the fourth UConn recruit to win the
ball teams games can be listened to on-line                         Naismith Award, joining Tamika Williams (1998), Diana Taurasi (2000) and Ann Strother
by logging on at:                                                   (2002)...recognized as 2006 Miss Georgia Basketball...2006 Parade First Team All-
                                                                    America choice...led Collins Hill H.S. to a 94-3 record and three consecutive trips to the
 www.UCONNHuskies.com                                               state final in each of her initial three prep seasons...will be seeking to lead Collins Hill H.S.
                                                                    to its third consecutive Georgia Class 5A State Title as a senior...won a gold medal as a
          or                                                        member of the U.S. U-18 National Team...ranked No. 1 nationally by Blue Star...ranked
                                                                    No. 2 nationally by All-Star Girls Report...averaged 16.4 points and 7.9 rebounds at 2005
     www.WTIC.com                                                   Nike Nationals...2005 Orlando Sentinel All-South choice...2005 & 2006 Georgia Class 5A
                                                                    Player of the Year...2005 & 2006 Area Player of the Year...2005 &2006 County Player of
            UCONN SPORTS NETWORK                                    the Year...2005 & 2006 Street & Smith All-America First Team...named to USA Today
              For Women’s Basketball                                Freshman and Sophomore All-America Team...2004 Street & Smith Honorable Mention
                                                                    All-America...2004 Georgia Class 5A All-State First Team.
   Hartford                               1080-AM WTIC
   Willimantic                             1400-AM WILI             UConn head coach Geno Auriemma on Maya Moore:
   Old Saybrook                           1420-AM WLIS              “I think with Maya Moore you are talking about somebody who as a high school player has
   Middletown                           1150-AM WMRD                been able to pretty much accomplish just about anything and everything that can be
   Danbury                                800-AM WLAD               accomplished by a high school player. Team-wise, whether it has been her high school or
   Bridgeport                              600-AM WICC              AAU team or Team USA, she has been able to lead those teams to a high level. As an
   New London                           102.3-FM WXLM               individual, she has been able to do it in a variety of ways. She is a throwback-kind of bas-
                                                                    ketball player and may be as good of an offensive player as I have ever seen coming out
   Norwalk                               1350-AM WNLK
                                                                    of high school in terms of her athleticism. She can score points and then pick up the
   Stamford                              1400-AM WSTC               opposing team’s point guard fullcourt, that is very unusual in college basketball, much less
                                                                    high school. So you’ve got someone who takes great pride in herself, her schoolwork and
                                                                    her basketball at both ends of the floor as well as everything else she does. We have as
                                                                    many, if not more, impressive individuals come through this program as any place in
                                                                    America in the 20-plus years I have been here. And I don’t think I am going out on a limb
                                                                    when I say that I don’t think any of them came in here with more going for them then Maya
                                                                    does, maybe the same but not more.”
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              1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                     27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
                       UCONN ANNOUNCES FIRST CLASS
     OF WOMEN'S BASKETBALL "HUSKIES OF HONOR"
STORRS, Conn. (December 5, 2006) --- Ten First Team               Kerry Bascom (1987-1991): 1990-91 First Team All-American; 1991 NCAA
All-Americans and Hall of Fame head coach Geno                    Regional Most Outstanding Player; Three-Time Big East Conference Player
Auriemma will constitute the inaugural class of inductees to      of the Year (1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91; 1989 Big East Championship Most
the University of Connecticut women's basketball "Huskies         Outstanding Player; Led UConn to first appearance in the NCAA "Final Four"
of Honor" recognition program.                                    (1991).
The inaugural class of UConn women's basketball
                                                                  Rebecca Lobo (1991-1995): 1994-95 National Collegiate Player of the Year;
"Huskies of Honor" inductees will be recognized in formal
postgame ceremonies on Thurs., December 21, when                  Two-time First Team All-American (1993-94, 1994-95); 1995 NCAA "Final
Connecticut hosts Colorado State at 7:30 p.m. at Gampel           Four" Most Outstanding Player; Two-time Big East Conference Player of the
Pavilion.                                                         Year (1993-94, 1994-95); Led UConn to 1995 NCAA National Championship
                                                                  with perfect 35-0 record; 1996 USA Olympic Gold Medalist.
In launching the "Huskies of Honor" program, UConn
Athletics will pay visible tribute in the Harry A. Gampel         Jennifer Rizzotti (1992-1996): 1995-96 National Collegiate Player of the
Pavilion to the top players and coaches in UConn men's            Year; Two-time First Team All-American (1994-95, 1995-96); Two-time NCAA
and women's basketball history.
                                                                  Regional Most Outstanding Player (1995, 1996); 1995-96 Big East
Included among the 10 First Team All-Americans that will          Conference Player of the Year.
help launch the UConn Women's Basketball "Huskies of
Honor" program are five players who earned National               Kara Wolters (1993-1997): 1996-97 National Collegiate Player of the Year;
Collegiate Player of the Year honors while playing at             Two-time First Team All-American (1995-96, 1996-97); Two-time Big East
Connecticut-Diana Taurasi (2003, 2004), Sue Bird (2002),          Championship Most Outstanding Player (1995, 1996); 1996-97 Big East
Kara Wolters (1997), Jennifer Rizzotti (1996), Rebecca            Conference Player of the Year; 2000 USA Olympic Gold Medalist.
Lobo (1995). The other five honorees - all of them All-
Americans -- are Swin Cash, Svetlana Abrosimova, Shea
                                                                  Nykesha Sales (1994-1998): Two-time First Team All-American (1996-97,
Ralph, Nykesha Sales and Kerry Bascom.
                                                                  1997-98); 1997 Big East Championship Most Outstanding Player; 1997-98
Auriemma, inducted this year as a member of both the              Big East Conference Player of the Year; UConn Career Scoring Leader
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and the                 (2,178 points).
Women's Basketball Hall of Fame, will join his 10 All-
American stars in the "Huskies of Honor" inaugural class.         Svetlana Abrosimova (1997-2001): Three-time First Team All-American
In his first 21 seasons as UConn coach Coach Auriemma             (1998-99, 1999-00, 2000-01); 2000 NCAA "Final Four" All-Tournament Team;
has led the Huskies to five NCAA National Championships           2000 NCAA Regional Most Outstanding Player; 1998-99 Big East
(1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004), eight trips to the "Final
                                                                  Conference Player of the Year.
Four", and a record-setting 27 Big East Conference titles.

"We believe this will be a very special night with eight of our   Shea Ralph (1996-2001): 1999-2000 First Team All-American; 2000 NCAA
ten former student-athletes and Coach Auriemma attending          "Final Four" Most Outstanding Player; 1999 Big East Championship Most
in person. Svet and Shea will be part of our inaugural class      Outstanding Player; 1999-2000 Big East Conference Player of the Year.
unveiling and we will also pay special honor to Svet and
Shea when their schedules permit them to be here in per-          Sue Bird (1998-2002): 2001-02 National Collegiate Player of the Year; 2001-
son," says Hathaway.                                              02 First Team All-American; 2002 NCAA Regional Most Outstanding Player;
                                                                  2001-02 Big East Conference Player of the Year; 2004 USA Olympic Gold
At the ceremony on December 21, each of the honorees
will be recognized with the unveiling of 11 separate four         Medalist.
foot-by-five foot panels. The panels for each of the 10
UConn All-Americans will include the name, uniform num-           Swin Cash (1998-2002): 2001-02 First Team All-American; 2002 NCAA
ber and years of collegiate competition for the Husky             "Final Four" Most Outstanding Player; Three-time Big East Championship All-
greats. The honor will not retire that jersey number, allow-      Tournament Team (1999, 2000, 2002); 2004 USA Olympic Gold Medalist.
ing for future use of the numbers.
                                                                  Diana Taurasi (2000-2004): Two-time National Collegiate Player of the Year
In addition to the large individual panels honoring the
                                                                  (2002-03, 2003-04); Three-time First Team All-American (2001-02, 2002-03,
inductees that will be displayed adjacent to the scoreboard
on the East end of Gampel Pavilion, each honoree will also        2003-04); Two-time NCAA "Final Four" Most Outstanding Player (2003,
have a plaque unveiled that will be on permanent display          2004); Two-time Big East Conference Player of the Year (2002-03, 2003-04);
on the lobby level of Gampel Pavilion. The 11 plaques will        2004 USA Olympic Gold Medalist.
include an action photo of each honoree and summarize in
text the top career achievements for each "Huskies of             Geno Auriemma: Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee
Honor" inductee. Those plaques will be on display begin-          (Class of 2006); Women's Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee (Class of 2006);
ning on the Jan. 9 game vs. Seton Hall.                           Five-time National Coach of the Year (1994-95, 1996-97; 1999-00; 2001-02;
                                                                  2002-03).
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                         THE START OF A NEW TRADITION
              Division of Athletics Announce Plans For New “Huskies of Honor”
                              Individual Player Recognition Display
The University of Connecticut Division of Athletics will institute a new display program in the Harry A. Gampel Pavilion during the 2006-07 academic
year, which will recognize both outstanding teams and individuals from the men’s and women’s basketball programs.
    This new display enhancement program will replace the existing banners that currently hang in Gampel Pavilion and have been in place since the
early 1990s.
    “The remarkable on-going success of UConn men’s and women’s basketball, combined with our desire to launch a ‘Huskies of Honor’ program,
has created an immediate need to develop a new and enhanced method to display all of the achievements of Husky Basketball,” says Connecticut
Director of Athletics Jeff Hathaway. “Instituting a ‘Huskies of Honor’ program has been an important priority for Coach Auriemma, Coach Calhoun and
myself since I returned to UConn in 2003. With the implementation of this new display program, the additional space for the ‘Huskies of Honor’ is now
available.
    “We are running out of banner locations with our current team recognition system and presently there is no space available in Gampel Pavilion to
honor the men and women who have helped create the phenomenal success that is Connecticut Basketball. The new display systems that will be
installed this season will ensure the capability to annually update and honor anticipated team successes well into the future while also creating much-
needed wall space to allow us to begin honoring men and women who have left their individual marks on the Connecticut Basketball programs.”
    Team accomplishments of the UConn men’s basketball program will be displayed at the West end of Gampel Pavilion while the team accomplish-
ments of the Husky women’s basketball program will be showcased at the East end.
    A total of 14 grid panels will be installed within Gampel Pavilion, each accommodating a maximum of 21 year-by-year achievements of the UConn
men’s and women’s programs. Each grid panel measures 21 feet long by 10 feet high and is an engineered aluminum system with metal rails to allow
for annual updating of specific team accomplishments.
    Team accomplishments to be recognized on these 14 grid panels are BIG EAST regular season titles, BIG EAST tournament championships, NCAA
Championship appearances, NCAA Sweet 16 appearances, NCAA Elite Eight appearances, and NCAA Final Four appearances – for the men’s and
women’s programs -- and National Invitation Tournament appearances by the men’s team.
    UConn’s seven national championship teams will continue to be recognized with the men’s achievements on the North wall and the women’s
achievements on the South wall. These displays will each measure eight feet by 10 feet and will include specific NCAA Final Four logos for each of the
seven national championships. A new addition to the North wall will be a display recognizing the 1988 National Invitation Tournament (NIT) champi-
onship. There will also be Hall of Fame displays honoring men’s coach Jim Calhoun and women’s coach Geno Auriemma.
    Jim Calhoun’s display recognizing his induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame was unveiled during the 2005-2006 season.
    Two displays recognizing Geno Auriemma’s induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and his induction in the Women’s
Basketball Hall of Fame will be unveiled in pre-game ceremonies on November 30 when UConn hosts Purdue in a nationally-televised game on espn2.
    In addition to the team recognition panels and the national championship and Hall of Fame recognition panels, beginning this season the Division
of Athletics will launch a “Huskies of Honor” program, paying tribute to the top players and coaches in UConn men’s and women’s basketball history.
    The “Huskies of Honor” recognition program will be featured on the East and West walls of Gampel Pavilion to the left and right of the two score-
boards. Individual panels, each measuring four foot by five foot, will include the name, uniform number and years of competition for Husky greats. The
honor will not retire that jersey number, allowing for future use of the numbers by the UConn men’s and women’s basketball programs.
    In addition to the individual panels for the “Huskies of Honor”, each honoree will also have a plaque created on wall space near the entrance doors
to Gampel Pavilion that will include an action photo and summarize in text the top career achievements for each honoree.
    A committee within the UConn Division of Athletics will work with both basketball coaching staffs in selecting the annual honorees for the UConn
Basketball “Huskies of Honor” program.
    “We are planning a season-long celebration of our basketball heritage in 2006-07 as we introduce this state-of-the-art visual identity program,” says
Hathaway. We plan to recognize our inaugural class of ‘Huskies of Honor’ at two separate ceremonies this coming season during men’s and women’s
home games in Gampel Pavilion.”
    The current banner system in Gampel Pavilion includes 80 banners that represent UConn’s team successes in BIG EAST, NCAA and NIT history.
Without a change, the system could accommodate only 17 more banners and there is an average of six new banners each year. The current system
includes 32 banners that hang from duct work in Gampel Pavilion.
    The new system, when launched this year, will immediately honor 153 UConn team accomplishments and can expand to a total of 294 year-by-year
team accomplishments. The new enhancement program will not have any displays hanging from duct work and creates needed new space to begin
the “Huskies of Honor” individual recognitions.
    “We have had remarkable success in the sports of men’s and women’s basketball that rivals any school in the nation,” says Hathaway. “We are very
proud of the history of Connecticut Basketball and this new display program will allow us to showcase all of that success to our fans. We also have to
plan for the future and part of that future is continued success and our ability to effectively update annual achievements and honors.”
    The Gampel Pavilion enhancement program is being coordinated by Harrison Jenkins Design of Bloomfield, Connecticut.
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   AROUND THE BIG EAST
  2006-07 STANDINGS (as of Feb. 9)
                                                                                    CONNECTICUT BASKETBALL
              Conference
              W L Pct.
CONNECTICUT 11 0 1.000
                           All Games
                         W L
                         21 2
                                  Pct
                                  .913
                                                                                           2006-07 UCONN ROSTER
Louisville    7 3 .700   21 3     .875
Rutgers       7 3 .700   14 7     .667                                     NO.   NAME                POS.   CL./EL. HT.                  HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL)
Marquette     7 3 .700   19 4     .826                                      2    Tahirah Williams     G     So./So. 6-0    Montclair, N.J. (Immaculate Heart Acad.)
USF           7 3 .700   17 6     .739
West Virginia 7 4 .636   16 8     .667                                     11    Ketia Swanier        G      Jr./Jr. 5-7              Columbus, Ga. (Columbus)
Pittsburgh    6 4 .600   18 5     .783                                     13    Jacquie Fernandes    G      Fr./Fr. 5-9         Pawcatuck, Conn. (Stonington)
Notre Dame    6 4 .600   15 8     .652
Seton Hall    6 5 .545   14 8     .636                                     14    Meghan Gardler       F      Fr./Fr. 6-0      Springfield, Pa. (Cardinal O’Hara)
DePaul        5 6 .455   15 9     .625
Cincinnati    4 7 .364   13 10    .565
                                                                           20    Renee Montgomery     G     So./So. 5-7     St. Albans, W. Va. (South Charleston)
St. John's    3 7 .300    7 14    .333                                     24    Charde Houston       F      Jr./Jr  6-1          San Diego, Calif, (San Diego)
Providence    2 8 .200   12 11    .522
Syracuse      2 8 .200    8 15    .348
                                                                           25    Mel Thomas           G      Jr./Jr. 5-9     Cincinnati, Ohio (Mount Notre Dame)
Georgetown    2 9 .182   12 12    .500                                     31    Tina Charles         C      Fr./Fr. 6-4         Jamaica, N.Y. (Christ the King)
Villanova     1 9 .100    7 16    .304
                                                                           32    Kalana Greene        G     So./So. 5-10       Saint Stephen, S.C. (Timberland)
                                                                           41    Kaili McLaren        F      Fr./Fr. 6-2 Washington, D.C. (Our Lady of Good Counsel)
2006-07 PLAYERS/FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK
                                                                           44    Brittany Hunter     F/C     Sr./Jr. 6-3          Columbus, Ohio (Brookhaven)
November 20
POW ................................Shantia Grace, South Florida           51    Cassie Kerns        C/F    So./So. 6-3              Valparaiso, Ind. (Valparaiso)
FOW ....................................Epiphanny Prince, Rutgers
November 27
POW ................................Shavonte Zellous, Pittsburgh
                                                                            Head Coach:                 Geno Auriemma (22nd season, West Chester ‘81)
FOW ......................................Nicole Michael, Syracuse
                                                                            Associate Head Coach: Chris Dailey (22nd season, Rutgers ‘82)
December 4
POW ................................Angel McCoughtry, Louisville            Assistant Coaches:          Tonya Cardoza (13th season, Virginia ‘91)
FOW ......................................Nicole Michael, Syracuse

December 11                                                                                             Jamelle Elliott (10th season, Connecticut ‘96)
POW..............................................Allie Quigley, DePaul
FOW ....................................Ashley Booker , Seton Hall          Basketball Operations:      Jack Eisenmann (6th season)
December 19
POW ................................Angel McCoughtry, Louisville
FOW ....................................Epiphanny Prince, Rutgers
                                                                                   P R O N U N C I A T I O N S
                                                                                                      PRO-nun-see-a-shuns
December 27
POW ................................Angel McCoughtry, Louisville
FOW ............................................Tina Charles, UConn

January 2
                                                                           Geno Auriemma                                                    Charde Houston
POW ............................................Jessica Dickson, USF       Ore-ee-Emm-ah                                                         Char-DAY
FOW ..........................................Kaili McLaren, UConn

January 8
POW ..............................................Catherine Bove, PC
                                                                           Kalana Greene                                                       Kaili McLaren
FOW ................................................Nicole Michael, SU     KA-lay-NA                                                                 Kie-LEE
January 15
POW ............................................Olayinka Sanni, WVU
FOW ............................................Tina Charles, UConn        Ketia Swanier                                                    Tahirah Williams
January 22
                                                                           Key-SHA                                                               TA-hear-AH
POW ....................................................Charel Allen, ND   Swan-YEAH
FOW ............................................Tina Charles, UConn

January 28                                                                 Jacquie Fernandes
POW ........................................Kalana Greene, UConn
FOW ..................................................Carla Jacobs, UC     Fer-NAN-DEEZ
February 5
POW ............................................Jessica Dickson, USF
FOW ............................................Tina Charles, UConn


UPCOMING GAMES
Sunday, February 11
Villanova @ Seton Hall ....................................2:00    PM
Connecticut @ LSU ..........................................3:00   PM
West Virginia @ Rutgers ..................................3:00     PM
DePaul @ Notre Dame ....................................5:30       PM
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                   2006-07 UCONN SCHEDULE & RESULTS
                                                   (21-2, 11-0 BIG EAST)
Date    Opponent                 W L    Score Half Score          Site                            Att.    Record           High Scorer
11/2    Team Concept (Ex.)       W      101-87  60-47             Gampel Pavilion                8,817       ---           Houston (30)
11/8    Houston Jaguars (Ex.)    W      102-61  55-35             Gampel Pavilion                7,542       ---           Thomas (28)
11/13   Richmond                 W      84-50   44-26             Hartford Civic Center         12,883       1-0           Thomas (23)
11/16   Colgate                  W      81-37   49-17             Gampel Pavilion                9,312       2-0           Charles (18)
11/28   Boston University        W       84-51  46-15             Gampel Pavilion                9,315       3-0           Thomas (14)
11/16   9/9 Purdue               W       66-55  35-20             Gampel Pavilion                9,628       4-0       Montgomery (26)
12/4    at Holy Cross            W       83-64  42-35             DCU Center                     2,124       5-0           Houston (22)
12/7    at Georgetown*           W       84-26  55-12             McDonough Arena                1,143    6-0, 1-0  Houston/Charles (14)
12/18   at Virginia              W      96-60   45-32             John Paul Jones Arena         5,532        7-0            Greene (21)
12/21   Colorado State           W      93-58   55-27             Gampel Pavilion               9,507        8-0 Montgomery/ Thomas (19)
12/23   Oakland (Mich.)          W       85-53  43-26             Hartford Civic Center         12,474       9-0            Greene (14)
12/29   Hartford                 W       62-36  26-18             Hartford Civic Center         14,442      10-0       Montgomery (16)
12/31   Sacred Heart             W       80-42  40-25             Hartford Civic Center         13,635      11-0           Charles (15)
1/2     at West Virginia*        W       63-44  40-24             WVU Coliseum                    806    12-0, 1-0         Houston (16)
1/6     4/4 Tennessee               L    64-70  29-41             Hartford Civic Center         16,294      12-1           Houston (23)
1/9     Seton Hall*              W      106-58  58-29             Gampel Pavilion                9,431   13-1, 3-0         Charles (20)
1/13    Syracuse*                W       76-45  34-20             Gampel Pavilion                9,833   14-1, 4-0          Greene (23)
1/15    at 2/2 North Carolina       L   76-82   36-41             Carmichael Auditorium         7,853       14-2            Greene (23)
1/17    at Providence*           W      96-53   57-30             Dunkin’ Donuts Center         2,565    15-2, 5-0         Charles (18)
1/21    at St. John’s*           W       84-63  37-24             Madison Square Garden         11,716   16-2, 6-0         Thomas (19)
1/24    DePaul*                  W      88-76   42-34             Gampel Pavilion                9,459   17-2, 7-0          Greene (25)
1/27    Notre Dame*              W       64-47  29-23             Gampel Pavilion               10,167   18-2, 8-0         Charles (12)
1/30    at Cincinnati*           W      70-60   38-26             Fifth Third Arena              2,837   19-2, 9-0          Greene (20)
2/3     at 16/18 Marquette*      W       31-20  52-48             Al McGuire Center              4,000   20-2, 10-0        Charles (20)
2/6     22/25 Rutgers*           W`      70-60  30-23             Gampel Pavilion                9,710   21-2, 11-0        Houston (16)
2/11    at LSU                                                    Maravich Center
2/13    Louisville*                                               Gampel Pavilion
2/17    Pittsburgh*                                               Hartford Civic Center
2/20    at South Florida*                                         Sun Dome
2/24    Villanova*                                                Hartford Civic Center
2/26    at Rutgers*                                               Louis Brown Athletic Center
* - BIG EAST game
(Ex.) - Exhibition Game




  2006-07 ATTENDANCE
                  Totals                   Average
 All Games:       194,702 (23)             8,465 (23)
      Home:       156,126 (14)             11,152 (14)
      Road:       38,576 (9)               4,286 (9)
     Neutral:     --------                 --------
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                      G     A    M       E     -       B   Y   -     G     A      M     E           H      I      G      H      S
Date    Opponent                Points                     Rebounds               Assists                      Steals                            Blocks
11/13   Richmond                Thomas (23)                Charles (10)           Montgomery (7)               Swanier (4)                  Three w/ (2)
11/16   Colgate                 Charles (18)               Charles (17)           Greene (4)                   Houston/Swanier (3)           Charles (5)
11/28   Boston University       Thomas (14)                Houston (11)           Swanier (6)                  Swanier (3)           Houston/Hunter (2)
11/16   9/9 Purdue              Montgomery (26)            Hunter (9)             Houston (5)                  Houston (4)                  Houston (4)
12/4    at Holy Cross           Houston (22)               Hunter (7)             Montgomery (7)               Houston/McLaren (4)           Charles (2)
12/7    at Georgetown*          Charles/Houston (14)       Hunter (9)             Swanier (3)                  Three w/(3)           Charles/Hunter (1)
12/18   at Virginia             Greene (21)                Greene (9)             Montgomery (9)               Montgomery (3)                Charles (6)
12/21   Colorado State          Montgomery/Thomas (19)     Charles/Greene (8)     Montgomery/Swanier (7)       Montgomery (5)               Houston (2)
12/23   Oakland (Mich.)         Greene (14)                Greene (13)            Montgomery (6)               Montgomery (5)               Houston (4)
12/29   Hartford                Montgomery (16)            Greene (16)            Swanier (5)                  Greene (3)                   McLaren (6)
12/31   Sacred Heart            Charles (15)               McLaren (15)           Montgomery (5)               Swanier (3)                  Three w/(1)
1/2     at West Virginia*       Houston (16)               Charles (12)           Montgomery (5)               Greene (4)                    Charles (2)
1/6     4/4 Tennessee           Houston (23)               Houston (8)            Montgomery (6)               Montgomery (3)                 Hunter (3)
1/9     Seton Hall*             Thomas (23)                Charles (12)           Montgomery (8)               Three w/(3)          Charles/McLaren (2)
1/13    Syracuse*               Greene (23)                Charles (19)           Montgomery (9)               Greene (5)                    Charles (5)
1/15    at 2/2 No. Carolina     Greene (23)                Hunter (9)             Swanier (8)                  Greene (5)                    Charles (2)
1/17    at Providence*          Charles (18)               Houston (7)            Montgomery (6)               Montgomery (6)         Houston/McLaren (1)
1/21    at St. John’s*          Thomas (19)                Houston (9)            Swanier (8)                  Swanier (3)                  Houston (4)
1/24    DePaul*                 Greene (25)                Greene (12)            Houston (7)                  Greene/Swanier (3)            Charles (2)
1/27    Notre Dame*             Charles (12)               Charles/Houston (10)   Houston/Swanier (4)          Montgomery (2)                Charles (9)
1/30    at Cincinnati*          Greene (20)                Charles/McLaren (8)    Montgomery/McLaren (4)       Swanier (1)                 McClaren (4)
2/3     at 16/18 Marquette*     Charles (20)               Charles (14)           Swanier (5)                  Houston/Montgomery (3)Charles/Houston (2)
2/6     22/25 Rutgers*          Houston (16)               Houston (11)           Montgomery (4)               Montgomery (6)                Charles (6)
2/11    at LSU
2/13    Louisville*
2/17    Pittsburgh*
2/20    at South Florida*
2/24    Villanova*
2/26    at Rutgers*
        Totals times Led        Greene (6)                 Charles (9)            Montgomery (13)              Montgomery (10)            Charles (14)
                                Charles (6)                Houston (6)            Swanier (8)                  Swanier (9)                Houston (9)
                                Houston (5)                Greene (5)             Houston (3)                  Greene (6)                 McLaren (5)
                                Thomas (4)                 Hunter (4)             Greene (1)                   Houston (5)                  Hunter (2)
                                Montgomery (3)             McLaren (2)            McLaren (1)                  McLaren (1)                 Greene (1)
                                                                                                                                       Montgomery (1)
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        G      A      M     E   -      B      Y   -   G    A    M     E       S    T      A   R   T      E    R     S
Date    Opponent                    Center            Power Forward       Small Forward       Shooting Guard        Point Gaurd
11/13   Richmond                    Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
11/16   Colgate                     Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
11/28   Boston University           Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
11/16   9/9 Purdue                  Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
12/4    at Holy Cross               Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
12/7    at Georgetown*              Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
12/18   at Virginia                 Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
12/21   Colorado State              Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
12/23   Oakland (Mich.)             Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
12/29   Hartford                    Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
12/31   Sacred Heart                McLaren (F)       Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
1/2     at West Virginia*           McLaren (F)       Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
1/6     4/4 Tennessee               McLaren (F)       Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
1/9     Seton Hall*                 McLaren (F)       Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
1/13    Syracuse*                   Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
1/15    at 2/2 North Carolina       Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
1/17    at Providence*              Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
1/21    at St. John’s*              Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
1/24    DePaul*                     Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
1/27    Notre Dame*                 Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
1/30    at Cincinnati*              Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
2/3     at 16/18 Marquette*         Charles           McLaren             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
2/6     22/25 Rutgers*              Charles           Houston             Greene (G)          Thomas               Montgomery
2/11    at LSU
2/13    Louisville*
2/17    Pittsburgh*
2/20    at South Florida*
2/24    Villanova*
2/26    at Rutgers*
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GAME #1           November 13, 2006                     Hartford Civic Center           Hartford, Conn.                 GAME #2             November 16, 2006                     Gampel Pavilion           Storrs, Conn.
                       RICHMOND - 50                      #8/8 CONNECTICUT - 85                                                              COLGATE - 37                     #8/7 CONNECTICUT - 81
HARTFORD, Conn. (November 13, 2006) - Led by junior Mel Thomas’ 23 points, including a career-tying five           STORRS, Conn. (November 16, 2006) - Tina Charles and Brittany Hunter both had double-doubles as the No.
three-pointers, the No. 8/8 University of Connecticut women’s basketball team cruised to an 84-50 win over         8/8 University of Connecticut women’s basketball team cruised to an 81-37 win over Colgate before 9,312 fans
Richmond in its season opener at the Hartford Civic Center.                                                        on Thursday night at Harry A. Gampel Pavilion in Storrs. The Huskies improve to 2-0 with the win while the
Following Thomas were three others in double figures including junior Charde Houston with 20 points and nine       Raiders dip to 1-2.
rebounds.                                                                                                               Charles finished the night with 18 points and 17 rebounds while Hunter chipped in 12 points and 10 boards
     Sophomore Kalana Greene tied her career-high with 14 points while sophomore Renee Montgomery fin-             to the Husky cause. Charles’ double-double in her second career game is the earliest that a Husky has scored
ished with 12.                                                                                                     a double-double into her career since Ann Strother had 11 points and 11 rebounds in her collegiate debut, Nov.
     Thomas got things going just eight seconds into the game with a three-pointer off a dish from freshman        22, 2002 against Wright State.
Tina Charles. The Spiders came back to take a 7-5 lead after a three-pointer from Johanna McKnight, but                 UConn came out of the gates quickly with Charles scoring just 10 seconds into the game. The Huskies
Charles would answer with a jumper to tie things up at 7-7.                                                        would run their lead to 10-4 at 16:43 when Charde Houston put back a Renee Montgomery miss and forced
     UConn scored 11 unanswered points to take a 34-18 advantage with Thomas and Montgomery combining              the Raiders to call a 30-second timeout.
for three shots behind the arc in that time. Down the stretch, the Huskies limited Richmond to six points in the        The pace of the game slowed significantly after that with neither team hitting another basket until Charles
final five minutes of the first half with their stifling defense.                                                  put back a fifth attempt at 14:01 to put UConn up 16-4. The Huskies would hold a 16-7 edge at the 12-minute
     Going into the break, Thomas led the team with 18 points while going 4-6 from three-point range.              television timeout as, while struggling on offense, shooting just 7-of-20, UConn’s defense made an impact forc-
     The Huskies started the second half with a 9-0 run with Houston having four of those points. A block by       ing eight Raider turnovers and holding Colgate to 3-of-11 shooting early.
Houston would transition into a jumper by Thomas off a Montgomery assist to go up 68-43.                                Montgomey hit a 15-foot jumper on UConn’s first possession out of the break and UConn’s trapping
     In the last 6:09 of the game, UConn would go without a field goal, only scoring free throws. However they     defense forced Colgate into a backcourt violation. Hunter sank a pair of free throws off of that possession to
were still able to take the game in dominating fashion 84-50 as all 13 players made appearances in the first       put UConn up 20-7 at 11:05. A Mel Thomas three-pointer would extend that lead to 16 points at 23-7. After Katie
game of the season.                                                                                                Garman hit a three-pointer, UConn would go on a 14-0 run keyed by a pair of Thomas threes to go up 37-10.
     As a team UConn took control in the post with 43 points in the paint while limiting Richmond to 16. The            UConn’s lead hit the 30-point plateau on a Montgomery jumper with 1:01 left in the half that put the Huskies
Huskies are now 28-5 in home openers while improving their season opener record to 18-4 since Geno                 on top 47-17. Two Charles free throws capped the opening stanza’s scoring and sent the teams to their respec-
Auriemma took over the program in 1985-86.                                                                         tive locker rooms with UConn on top, 49-17.
                                                                                                                        Charles led UConn at the break with 15 points by which time she already had a double-double with 11
Richmond 1-1                         tot-fg  3-pt                   rebounds                                       rebounds. Thomas added 11 points for UConn as well. The Raiders had a pair of players with six points each
## Player                          fg fga fg fga ft            ftaof de tot pf tp a to blk            s   min      but were done in by 17 turnovers, matching their 17 points.
33 THOMAS, Nikita            f      1 4 0 0 0                   0 4 6 10 4 2 0 0 1                    1   21            Cargle scored seven points shortly after the end of the run, cutting UConn’s edge to 77-32 with just over
35 CAMPION, Christina        f      8 17 4 7 0                  0  2 3 5 1 20 2 1 0                   0   31       four minutes to play. The junior would led Colgate with 18 points on the night. After emptying their respective
14 POWELL, Kara              g      2 5 2 3 1                   2  1 2 3 2 7 3 2 0                    0   29       benches, the two sides would trade baskets for the remainder of the contest, one which finished with UConn
15 HENDRIX, DeUnna           g      1 5 0 0 0                   0  1 2 3 0 2 1 0 0                    0   17       prevailing 81-37.
32 MCKNIGHT, Johanna         g      3 10 1 4 0                  0 1 0 1 2 7 1 4 0                     1   23
23 HOLZER, Katie                    0 5 0 1 2                   6  1 2 3 2 2 1 2 0                    0   18       Colgate 1-2                           tot-fg       3-pt             rebounds
24 WILLIAMS, Sarah                  2 13 1 7 0                  0  1 1 2 1 5 0 0 0                    0   21       ## Player                           fg fga      fg fga ft       fta
                                                                                                                                                                                     of de tot pf tp a to blk            s   min
25 HAWKINS, Erin                    1 5 0 2 0                   3  1 0 1 2 2 1 4 0                    2   19       02 GILLARD, Caitlin     f            0 6         0 0 1           2 4 2 6 3 1 0 2 1                    0   21
34 BELL, Danielle                   1 4 0 1 1                   2 1 0 1 3 3 1 1 0                     0   13       44 BRESCACIN, Carly     f            0 4         0 0 0           0 2 0 2 2 0 0 2 0                    0   15
44 ZYGAITE, Augustina               0 1 0 0 0                   0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0                     0    6       01 MARTIN, Shevorne     g            0 8         0 0 0           0 3 2 5 2 0 2 5 0                    1   26
45 MIRANOVIC, Tanja                 0 2 0 1 0                   0  1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0                    0    2       03 CARGLE, Melanie      g            8 12        2 3 0           0 1 1 2 1 18 3 2 0                   3   31
    TEAM                                                           6 7 13            1                             22 POLINSKI, Gretchen g              0 6         0 6 0           0 1 5 6 3 0 1 5 1                    1   26
    Totals                         19 71      8     26    4    13 20 24 44 17 50 10 16 1              4 200        20 MARTIN, Becca                     2 4         1 3 0           0 1 1 2 0 5 0 0 0                    0   10
                                                                                                                   24 WILLIAMS, Tahara                  1 7         1 4 0           2 0 1 1 1 3 1 0 0                    0   18
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-35 28.6%             2nd Half: 9-36 25.0%          Game: 26.8%       DEADBALL               33 WHITE, Michaela                   0 2         0 0 0           0 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 2                    0   10
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-15 33.3%              2nd Half: 3-11 27.3%          Game: 30.8%       REBOUNDS               42 GARMAN, Katie                     2 11        2 10 0          0 2 0 2 3 6 0 0 0                    1   14
F Throw % 1st Half: 1-2 50.0%               2nd Half: 3-11 27.3%          Game: 30.8%       5                      43 BRONZO, Elise                     1 7         0 2 0           0 0 4 4 1 2 0 2 2                    0   19
                                                                                                                   55 MCGARRY, Katherine                0 0         0 0 2           2 0 1 1 1 2 0 2 0                    1   10
Connecticut 1-0                      tot-fg  3-pt              rebounds                                               TEAM                                                            2 2 4             3
## Player                          fg fga fg fga ft          of de tot pf tp a to
                                                               fta                              blk   s   min         Totals..............             14 67       6     28   3    6 16 20 36 19 37 7 25 6               7 199
24 HOUSTON, Charde      f           9 12 0 0 2                2 7 9 1 20 1 0
                                                                3                                2    3   29
31 CHARLES, Tina        c           2 10 0 0 1                1 9 10 2 5 3 1
                                                                5                                2    0   22       TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 7-33 21.2%                 2nd Half: 7-34 20.6%        Game: 20.9%       DEADBALL
20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g              4 9 2 5 2                 0 2 2 1 12 7 2
                                                                2                                0    3   30       3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-13 23.1%                 2nd Half: 3-15 20.0%        Game: 21.4%       REBOUNDS
25 THOMAS, Mel          g           8 14 5 8 2                  3
                                                              1 5 6 2 23 4 2                     0    1   36       F Throw % 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%                   2nd Half: 3-6 50.0%         Game: 50.0%       5
32 GREENE, Kalana       g           7 12 0 0 0                4 3 7 2 14 1 1
                                                                0                                0    1   27
02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah                0 1 0 0 0                 0 0 0 1 0 1 0
                                                                0                                0    0    4       Connecticut 2-0                       tot-fg  3-pt               rebounds
11 SWANIER, Ketia                   0 1 0 0 3                 1 3 4 1 3 5 1
                                                                4                                0    4   19       ## Player                           fg fga fg fga ft            fta
                                                                                                                                                                                  of de tot pf tp a to blk               s   min
13 FERNANDES, Jacquie               0 0 0 0 0                 0 1 1 0 0 0 0
                                                                0                                0    0    2       24 HOUSTON, Charde      f            5 7 0 0 0                   2
                                                                                                                                                                                   2 4 6 3 10 2 1 0                      3   17
14 GARDLER, Meghan                  0 0 0 0 0                 0 1 1 0 0 0 2
                                                                0                                1    0    5       31 CHARLES, Tina        c            7 18 0 0 4                  8
                                                                                                                                                                                  10 7 17 0 18 1 1 5                     2   29
22 PHILLIPS, Kristen                0 0 0 0 0                 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
                                                                0                                1    0    2       20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g               5 11 0 2 2                  2
                                                                                                                                                                                   0 2 2 2 12 2 3 1                      2   25
41 MCLAREN, Kaili                   1 4 0 1 1                 0 0 0 2 3 2 1
                                                                2                                2    0   11       25 THOMAS, Mel          g            6 12 3 7 0                  0
                                                                                                                                                                                   0 2 2 1 15 1 1 0                      0   28
44 HUNTER, Brittany                 2 2 0 0 0                 0 3 3 1 4 0 0
                                                                0                                0    0    7       32 GREENE, Kalana       g            2 7 0 0 2                   3
                                                                                                                                                                                   2 6 8 1 6 4 3 1                       1   23
51 KERNS, Cassie                    0 1 0 0 0                 0 1 1 1 0 0 0
                                                                0                                0    0    6       02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah                 1 1 0 0 1                   2
                                                                                                                                                                                   1 1 2 0 3 0 2 1                       0    8
   TEAM                                                       4 1 5                                                11 SWANIER, Ketia                    1 2 0 0 1                  0 3 3 0 3 1 1 0
                                                                                                                                                                                    2                                    3   18
   Totals..............            33 66      7     14 11 19 13 36 49 14 84 24 11                8 12 200          13 FERNANDES, Jacquie                0 0 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                   0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0                       0    4
                                                                                                                   14 GARDLER, Meghan                   0 2 0 2 0                  0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0
                                                                                                                                                                                    0                                    0   14
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 17-34 50.0%             2nd Half: 16-32 50.0%         Game: 50.0%       DEADBALL               22 PHILLIPS, Kristen                 0 2 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                   0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1                       0    2
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 6-11 54.5%              2nd Half: 1-3 33.3%           Game: 50.0%       REBOUNDS               41 MCLAREN, Kaili                    1 6 0 1 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                   2 2 4 2 2 0 2 0                       1    9
F Throw % 1st Half: 4-10 40.0%              2nd Half: 7-9 77.8%           Game: 57.9%       4                      44 HUNTER, Brittany                  5 6 0 0 2                   2
                                                                                                                                                                                   6 4 10 1 12 2 2 2                     1   11
                                                                                                                   51 KERNS, Cassie                     0 1 0 0 0                  0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0
                                                                                                                                                                                    0                                    0   12
Officials: Bill Titus, John Palmerno, Patti Fernandes                                                                 TEAM                                                         3 1 4
Technical fouls: Richmond-None. UConn Huskies-None.                                                                   Totals..............             33 75       3     12 12 21 26 35 61 11 81 15 18 11               13 200
Attendance: 12883
                                                                                                                   TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 18-43 41.9%                2nd Half: 15-32 46.9%       Game: 44.0%       DEADBALL
Score by Periods                   1st            2nd         Total                                                3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-9 33.3%                  2nd Half: 0-3 0.0%          Game: 25.0%       REBOUNDS
Richmond                           26              24          50                                                  F Throw % 1st Half: 10-17 58.8%                2nd Half: 2-4 50.0%         Game: 57.1%       5
UConn Huskies                      44              40          84
                                                                                                                   Officials: Denise Brooks-Clauser, Bryan Brunette, Joseph Vaszily
                                                                                                                   Technical fouls: Colgate-None. UConn Huskies-None.
                                                                                                                   Attendance: 9312

                                                                                                                   Score by Periods                    1st             2nd        Total
                                                                                                                   Colgate                             17               20         37
                                                                                                                   UConn Huskies                       49               32         81
                    2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                                                                                                            29
                    1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                                                                                   27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
    GAME #3            November 28, 2006                 Gampel Pavilion             Storrs, Conn.                    GAME #4             November 30, 2006                   Gampel Pavilion             Storrs, Conn.
                 BOSTON UNIVERSITY - 51                        #7/7 CONNECTICUT - 84                                                    #9/9 PURDUE - 55                      #7/7 CONNECTICUT - 66
STORRS, Conn. (November 28, 2006) - With five players in double figures, the No. 7/7 University of               STORRS, Conn. (November 30, 2006) - Fueled by sophomore Renee Montgomery’ career-high nine field
Connecticut women’s basketball team dominated Boston University 84-51 on Tuesday night at Gampel                 goals and career-high tying 26 points, the No. 7/7 University of Connecticut women’s basketball team rolled to
Pavilion.                                                                                                        a 66-55 win over No.9/9 Purdue on Thursday, November 30 at Gampel Pavilion.
     Junior Mel Thomas led all scorers with 14 points as she posted a perfect 4-4 shooting performance from           UConn improves to 4-0 for the second consecutive year and the 10th time in the last 11 seasons.
beyond the arc. Junior Charde Houston recorded her first double-double of the season as she had 12 points             Montgomery’s 26 points represented her 18th career game in double-figure points and third in four games
and brought down 11 rebounds.                                                                                    this season. It also marked her third career game with 20 or more points.
     The Huskies (3-0) jumped out to an early 14-4 lead after junior Ketia Swanier took a steal back for two          Purdue led for the first 12 minutes of the half as both teams played tight defense. With the Boilermakers
points. UConn used a 12-0 run to increase the advantage to 27-8 as junior Brittany Hunter came up with two       up 16-13, junior Ketia Swanier answered with a three-pointer to tie things up. The next trip down the floor, jun-
blocks in that time.                                                                                             ior Charde Houston would drive to the basket for two to go up 18-16.
     Two back-to-back three pointers by Thomas would put the Huskies up 37-10 at 3:59 while freshman Tina             Montgomery kept the momentum going as she was fouled driving to the basket and converted on the free
Charles added to the total with two jump shots in less than 30 seconds for a 41-15. UConn closed the half by     throw for the three-point play. Not 20 seconds later would sophomore Kalana Greene come up with a three-
going on a 19-5 run and out-rebounded the Terriers 33-11.                                                        point play of her own after getting fouled under the hoop.
     UConn came out to score the first six points of the second half, as Houston posted up to score for the           Freshman Tina Charles got a bucket to help UConn go up 27-19 with the Boilermakers calling a timeout.
Huskies in the paint. Freshman Meghan Gardler got her first career points scoring on a layup after a dish from   The Huskies would capitalize on a 17-2 run to close out the first half with a 35-20 advantage.
Swanier at 13:15.                                                                                                     Montgomery hit from beyond the arc to open to second half and go up 38-25. Junior Brittany Hunter bat-
     Another three-pointer from Thomas would show the score at 69-32 with less than nine minutes left in the     tled under the boards to put up two more for the Huskies with a 44-30 edge. At 10:44, Houston would take a
game. Down the stretch, freshman Jacquie Fernandes was able to convert on two free throws to push the lead       dish from Swanier for an easy layup to go up by 15, tying the Huskies largest lead of the game.
to 80-39.                                                                                                             The Boilermakers would cut the lead to five after Erin Lawless hit from three-point range. Junior Mel
     Charles finished the night with 12 points and eight rebounds while Kalana Greene (St. Stephen, S.C.) came   Thomas answered with a three-pointer of her own to put the Huskies back on top by 10.
up with 11 points and collected a career-high nine rebounds. Hunter rounded out the scorers in double figures     During the final minute, Montgomery and Thomas each capitalized on a pair free throws to ensure the Husky
with 10 points and grabbed seven rebounds.                                                                       victory.
     The Huskies controlled the inside game over Boston University as UConn had 44 points in the paint while      Houston finished the night with nine points and seven rebounds, while Hunter was a big defensive force with
limiting the Terriers to just 10.                                                                                nine rebounds. Thomas added eight points with Charles having six.
     Katie Meinhardt was the leading scorer for Boston University with 12 points.                                 UConn improves to 106-46 all-time vs. ranked opponents and 93-27 vs. ranked foes since the 1994-95 sea-
                                                                                                                 son. Tonight’s win marked the 593rd win in head coach Geno Auriemma’s career.
Boston University 3-2                tot-fg  3-pt                 rebounds
## Player                          fg fga fg fga ft           ftaof de tot pf tp a to blk          s   min
02 KOVACH, Erica            f       2 8 0 3 0                  2 2 0 2 3 4 1 2 0                   0   27
21 HINTON, Aly              f       0 3 0 0 2                  2 0 6 6 2 2 3 2 2                   1   30        Purdue 6-1                             tot-fg 3-pt                rebounds
12 KINNEARY, Christine      g       1 3 0 1 2                  2 0 1 1 3 4 1 6 0                   0   22        ## Player                           fg fga fg fga ft          fta
                                                                                                                                                                                 of de tot pf tp a to blk              s   min
13 MEINHARDT, Katie         g       5 15 2 6 0                 0 2 1 3 2 12 0 2 0                  1   29        32 WISDOM-HYLTON, Linds              f   5 13 0 0              0 1 5 4 9 4 10 2 4                     2    1 37
14 RAFFO, Cheri             g       2 7 1 3 0                  1 0 4 4 2 5 1 2 2                   0   35        35 LAWLESS, Erin        f            7 12 3 4 3                3 1 3 4 1 20 2 3 1                     0   40
00 DEVINE, Kasey                    1 1 0 0 0                  0 0 1 1 1 2 2 0 2                   0    9        00 HOWELL, Jodi         g            4 7 3 6 0                 0 0 3 3 2 11 2 1 0                     2   26
01 DINI, Kristi                     3 7 1 5 0                  0 0 0 0 1 7 1 1 0                   1   17        01 GEARLDS, Katie       g            2 18 0 9 0                0 1 2 3 4 4 3 4 1                      0   40
11 JEAN, Corinne                    2 5 2 4 0                  0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0                   0    6        20 MALONE, FahKara      g            3 9 1 5 1                 1 0 0 0 4 8 5 6 0                      2   37
20 SCHULZ, Jacy                     0 1 0 1 2                  2 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0                   0    3        15 CAMPBELL, Danielle                1 3 0 0 0                 0 2 1 3 1 2 0 1 1                      0    8
23 UMEZ-ERONINI, A.                 1 3 0 0 1                  2 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0                   0    8        24 FREEMAN, Lakisha                  0 2 0 0 0                 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 1 0                      0   12
33 FOLK, Kristen                    2 3 0 0 0                  0 0 2 2 1 4 0 0 0                   0   14           TEAM                                                          4 2 6             1
   TEAM                                                          1 5 6                                              Totals..............             22 64     7     24   4    5 14 16 30 16 55 16 21 5                5 200
   Totals..............            19 56      6     23   7    11 6 20 26 18 51 9 15 6              3 200
                                                                                                                 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-28 32.1%              2nd Half: 13-36 36.1%          Game: 34.4%       DEADBALL
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 6-27 22.2%              2nd Half: 13-29 44.8%          Game: 33.9%     DEADBALL              3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-9 11.1%               2nd Half: 6-15 40.0%           Game: 29.2%       REBOUNDS
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-11 9.1%               2nd Half: 5-12 41.7%           Game: 26.1%     REBOUNDS              F Throw % 1st Half: 1-1 100%                2nd Half: 3-4 75.0%            Game: 80.0%       1
F Throw % 1st Half: 2-4 50.0%               2nd Half: 5-7 71.4%            Game: 63.6%     1
                                                                                                                 Connecticut 4-0                       tot-fg  3-pt             rebounds
                                                                                                                 ## Player                           fg fga fg fga ft         of de tot pf tp a to blk
                                                                                                                                                                               fta                                     s   min
Connecticut 3-0                          tot-fg  3-pt                  rebounds                                  24 HOUSTON, Charde      f            4 9 0 0 1                 4
                                                                                                                                                                               1 6 7 2 9 5 3 4                         4   35
## Player                          fg     fga fg fga ft       fta    of de tot pf tp a to blk      s   min       31 CHARLES, Tina        c            3 5 0 0 0                 0
                                                                                                                                                                               2 1 3 0 6 1 3 1                         0   23
24 HOUSTON, Charde      f           5      8 0 0 2             2      3 8 11 1 12 2 2 2            0   19        20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g               9 17 2 5 6                6
                                                                                                                                                                               1 3 4 3 26 3 9 1                        1   34
31 CHARLES, Tina        c           5      7 0 0 2             4      2 6 8 1 12 0 1 0             0   20        25 THOMAS, Mel          g            2 3 2 2 2                 2
                                                                                                                                                                               0 1 1 0 8 2 2 0                         3   40
20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g              2      6 0 3 2             4      0 0 0 0 6 1 2 0              1   16        32 GREENE, Kalana       g            2 7 0 2 1                 1
                                                                                                                                                                               1 4 5 2 5 0 4 0                         0   20
25 THOMAS, Mel          g           5      6 4 4 0             0      0 3 3 1 14 4 1 0             0   33        11 SWANIER, Ketia                    1 1 1 1 0                 0
                                                                                                                                                                               1 4 5 0 3 3 2 0                         1   20
32 GREENE, Kalana       g           3      9 0 1 5             8      5 4 9 1 11 2 1 0             1   19        41 MCLAREN, Kaili                    2 6 0 3 1                 2
                                                                                                                                                                               0 4 4 1 5 0 0 0                         0   12
02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah                1      2 0 0 1             2      0 3 3 0 3 3 0 0              1   15        44 HUNTER, Brittany                  2 3 0 0 0                 1
                                                                                                                                                                               4 5 9 2 4 1 2 1                         0   16
11 SWANIER, Ketia                   2      5 0 1 0             0      0 0 0 1 4 6 1 0              3   19           TEAM                                                       2      2
13 FERNANDES, Jacquie               0      0 0 0 2             2      0 2 2 2 2 0 2 0              0    7           Totals..............             25 51     5     13 11 16 12 28 40 10 66 15 25 7                   9 200
14 GARDLER, Meghan                  1      6 0 2 2             3      1 3 4 2 4 1 0 1              1   17
41 MCLAREN, Kaili                   3      5 0 0 0             0      0 1 1 3 6 1 0 0              1   15        TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-29 44.8%             2nd Half: 12-22 54.5%          Game: 49.0%       DEADBALL
44 HUNTER, Brittany                 4      9 0 0 2             4      7 0 7 1 10 1 1 2             0   11        3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-7 42.9%               2nd Half: 2-6 33.3%            Game: 38.5%       REBOUNDS
51 KERNS, Cassie                    0      0 0 0 0             0      0 2 2 1 0 0 1 0              0    9        F Throw % 1st Half: 6-8 75.0%               2nd Half: 5-8 62.5%            Game: 68.8%       3
   TEAM                                                                   2 2
   Totals..............            31 63      4     11 18 29         18 34 52 14 84 21 12 5        8 200         Officials: Dennis DeMayo, Bonita Spence, Michele St. Pierre
                                                                                                                 Technical fouls: PURDUE-None. UConn Huskies-None.
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 18-37 48.6%             2nd Half: 13-26 50.0%          Game: 49.2%     DEADBALL              Attendance: 9628
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-6 50.0%               2nd Half: 1-5 20.0%            Game: 36.4%     REBOUNDS
F Throw % 1st Half: 7-12 58.3%              2nd Half: 11-17 64.7%          Game: 62.1%     5                     Score by Periods                    1st           2nd        Total
                                                                                                                 Purdue                              20             35         55
Officials: John Palermo, Bryan Brunette, Rita E. Roach                                                           UConn Huskies                       35             31         66
Technical fouls: BOSTON UNIV-None. UConn Huskies-None.
Attendance: 9351


Score by Periods                   1st            2nd        Total
Boston University                  15              36         51
UConn Huskies                      46              38         84
                    2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                                                                                                                 30
                     1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                                                                                       27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
     GAME #5             December 4, 2006                 DCU Center             Worcester, Mass.                      GAME #6             December 7, 2006                   McDonough Arena               Washington, D.C.
                      #7/7 CONNECTICUT - 83                           HOLY CROSS - 64                                                        #7/7 CONNECTICUT - 84                         GEORGETOWN - 26
WORCESTER, Mass. (December 4, 2006) - Junior Charde Houston led four UConn players with a game-high                   WASHINGTON, D.C. (December 7, 2006) - Junior Charde Houston and freshman Tina Charles each dropped
22 points, as the No.7/7 University of Connecticut women’s basketball team downed Holy Cross 83-64 on                 14 points as the No. 7/7 University of Connecticut women's basketball team rolled past Georgetown 84-26 in
Monday, December 4 in Worcester, Mass.                                                                                the Huskies BIG EAST opener on Thursday, December 7, in Washington, D.C.
     Sophomore Renee Montgomery scored 16 points and added seven assists while junior Brittany Hunter                      The Huskies remain undefeated on the season at 6-0 and 1-0 in the BIG EAST, a record in which they have
came up with 12 points and seven rebounds in just 11 minutes of play. Sophomore Kalana Greene had 10                  attained 10 of the last 11 seasons. With the win, UConn has now won 20 straight over the Hoyas.
points on the night.                                                                                                       Playing the earliest conference game since the 2001-02 season, the Huskies won their 15th straight BIG
     UConn improves to 5-0 on the season for the second straight year and ups its mark to 56-7 on the road            EAST opener and improve to 20-5 all-time in conference openers.
since February 1, 2001. The Huskies are 25-3 all-time against the Patriot League and extended their winning                Sophomore Renee Montgomery also scored in double figures as she had 11 points on the night.
streak in the against Patriot League opponents to 23.                                                                      Already up 8-5 in the first half with 15:25 on the clock, Houston added to the lead with a jumper. Junior
     The Huskies were down for much of the first half as the Crusaders were hot from beyond the arc shooting          Brittany Hunter came off the bench to extend the score to 15-8 at 12:18 as she was wide open down in the
6-of-7 from three-point range. Holy Cross was 13-of-23, shooting 56.5 percent from the field in the first half, the   post.
best for a UConn opponent in the opening 20 minutes since Notre Dame shot 60.7 percent on March 6, 2001.                   At the 9:55 mark, freshman Kaili McLaren converted on a shot after grabbing an offensive rebound to show
     Montgomery would score on a layup at 4:33 in the first half to get UConn to within two. Greene scored off        the score at 20-9. Junior Mel Thomas would then nail three free throw attempts after being fouled from behind
a dish from Thomas to tie the game at 33-33.                                                                          the three-point line. Montgomery capped off a 12-0 run by the Huskies after driving through the lane untouched
     A basket by freshman Kaili McLaren would allow the Huskies to take the lead for the first time since it led      for two points.
4-3. McLaren then followed with a three-pointer to take a 38-35 advantage. Montgomery converted on two free                Montgomery put the Huskies up by 30 at 42-12 as she knocked down a shot from beyond the arc. Down
throws to close out the first half at 42-35 following a 17-2 UConn run.                                               the stretch, sophomore Kalana Greene cut off a pass for the steal, taking it the length of the floor and convert-
     After allowing Holy Cross to shoot 67 percent from the field in the first half, UConn came out to stifle the     ing on two free throws after an intentional foul was called on Georgetown.
Crusaders with their defense, limiting them to 32 percent in the second half on 9-of-28 shooting.                          UConn went on a 24-0 run in the last six minutes of the first half and shut down the Hoyas by limiting
     The Crusaders would get to within 10 points at 8:08. But Greene would come up with a steal that would            Georgetown to just 12 points in the first 20 minutes of play as they lead 55-12. The Hoyas 12 points were the
lead to a Hunter layup.                                                                                               fewest a UConn opponent had scored since Providence was limited to just six points on February 5, 2005, a
     The Huskies used a 10-0 run that lasted over three minutes to take a 20-point lead at 75-55. Hunter scored       54-game span.
three of those baskets and grabbed two rebounds in the that span.                                                          UConn would not let up as the beginning of the second half remained at the same quick pace as the first.
     UConn held Holy Cross scoreless for the last 2:11 of the game to close out the 83-64 win.                        Charles dropped two free throws to take a 46 point edge at the 15:00 mark. Greene would score off a put back
     McLaren and junior Mel Thomas both scored nine points, with McLaren’s performance being a career-high,           underneath the basket for a 68-21 lead.
while shooting 4-6 from the floor.                                                                                         Hunter scored nine points with seven rebounds in only eight minutes of play off the bench. Greene had
                                                                                                                      eight points while Thomas, McLaren and Williams all registered six points.
Connecticut 5-0                       tot-fg  3-pt                 rebounds                                                The Huskies had a 31-2 advantage in points off the bench as all 12 players who dressed for the game
## Player                           fg fga fg fga ft           fta
                                                                 of de tot pf tp a to blk               s   min       scored. UConn's 20 field goals in the first half alone were double what Georgetown amassed for the entire
24 HOUSTON, Charde      f           11 14 0 0 0                 0 4 2 6 2 22 3 2 0                      4   34        game which was 10.
31 CHARLES, Tina        c            1 5 0 0 1                  2 2 2 4 1 3 1 2 2                       0   14
20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g               7 12 0 2 2                 3 1 3 4 2 16 7 1 0                      2   33        Connecticut 6-0, 1-0                  tot-fg  3-pt             rebounds
25 THOMAS, Mel          g            3 9 1 5 2                  2 0 1 1 1 9 2 2 0                       1   39        ## Player                           fg fga fg fga ft          fta
                                                                                                                                                                                   of de tot pf tp a to blk                 s   min
32 GREENE, Kalana       g            5 8 0 0 0                  2 5 1 6 1 10 3 3 0                      3   22        24 HOUSTON, Charde      f            6 6 0 0 2                 4
                                                                                                                                                                                    1 4 5 2 14 2 1 0                        0   16
02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah                 0 0 0 0 0                  0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0                       0    3        32 GREENE, Kalana       f            3 8 0 1 2                 4
                                                                                                                                                                                    4 0 4 1 8 1 0 0                         3   19
11 SWANIER, Ketia                    1 4 0 0 0                  0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0 0                       2   23        31 CHARLES, Tina        c            5 10 0 0 4                5
                                                                                                                                                                                    2 5 7 3 14 0 3 1                        0   17
13 FERNANDES, Jacquie                0 0 0 0 0                  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                       0    1        20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g               4 10 1 3 2                2
                                                                                                                                                                                    1 3 4 1 11 2 4 0                        3   25
14 GARDLER, Meghan                   0 1 0 0 0                  0 1 2 3 0 0 0 3 0                       0    5        25 THOMAS, Mel          g            1 3 1 2 3                 3
                                                                                                                                                                                    1 0 1 0 6 2 0 0                         0   27
41 MCLAREN, Kaili                    4 6 1 1 0                  0 1 1 2 1 9 1 1 0                       4   14        02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah                 3 3 0 0 0                 1
                                                                                                                                                                                    2 0 2 0 6 0 1 0                         1   15
44 HUNTER, Brittany                  6 8 0 0 0                  0 3 4 7 3 12 0 0 0                      0   11        11 SWANIER, Ketia                    2 4 0 2 0                 0
                                                                                                                                                                                    0 3 3 1 4 3 1 0                         3   20
51 KERNS, Cassie                     0 0 0 0 0                  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0                       0    1        13 FERNANDES, Jacquie                1 2 0 0 0                 0
                                                                                                                                                                                    2 1 3 0 2 0 0 0                         2    8
   TEAM                                                           1 2 3                                               14 GARDLER, Meghan                   1 4 0 3 0                1 2 3 0 2 2 1 0
                                                                                                                                                                                     1                                      0   14
   Totals..............             38 67      2     8    5    9 18 18 36 14 83 21 15 2                16 200         41 MCLAREN, Kaili                    2 5 0 1 2                 3
                                                                                                                                                                                    3 5 8 4 6 1 1 0                         0   20
                                                                                                                      44 HUNTER, Brittany                  4 6 0 0 1                4 2 6 1 9 1 2 1
                                                                                                                                                                                     2                                      0    8
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 19-32 59.4%              2nd Half: 19-35 54.3%          Game: 56.7%        DEADBALL               51 KERNS, Cassie                     1 3 0 0 0                 0
                                                                                                                                                                                    0 1 1 0 2 0 1 0                         0   11
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-5 40.0%                2nd Half: 0-3 0.0%             Game: 25.0%        REBOUNDS                  TEAM                                                       1 2 3
F Throw % 1st Half: 2-3 66.7%                2nd Half: 3-6 50.0%            Game: 55.6%        1                         Totals..............             33 64     2     12 16 25 22 28 50 13 84 14 15 2                  12 200

                                                                                                                      TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 20-32 62.5%             2nd Half: 13-32 40.6%          Game: 51.6%       DEADBALL
Holy Cross 3-6                            tot-fg  3-pt                  rebounds                                      3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-5 40.0%               2nd Half: 0-7 0.0%             Game: 16.7%       REBOUNDS
## Player                           fg     fga fg fga ft       fta    of de tot pf tp a to blk          s   min       F Throw % 1st Half: 13-20 65.0%             2nd Half: 3-5 60.0%            Game: 64.0%       4
33 KEIL, Brittany       f            4      10 1 4 2            2      2 2 4 3 11 3 2 1                 1   30
52 FOLEY, Kaitlin       c            3      5 0 0 2             2      0 1 1 0 8 0 6 0                  0   30        Georgetown 7-3, 0-1                   tot-fg  3-pt                 rebounds
05 ALOISI, Laura        g            4       9 1 4 4            4      2 3 5 3 13 7 5 0                 2   38        ## Player                           fg fga fg fga ft          ftaof de tot pf tp a to blk             s   min
13 MCLAUGHLIN, Ashley g              1       3 0 0 0            0      1 2 3 0 2 4 2 0                  1   23        33 WHEELER, Katrina          f       1 3 0 0 0                 2  1 2 3 2 2 0 4 1                     1   22
14 MCFADDEN, Briana     g            4       6 3 5 2            2      0 1 1 3 13 2 3 0                 0   25        44 MARLOW, Kieraah           f       4 11 1 3 3                5  3 3 6 4 12 0 4 0                    3   28
03 CUSHNIE, Christy                  0       2 0 1 0            0      0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0                  0    2        54 DIOP, Aminata             c       0 7 0 1 0                 2  3 3 6 3 0 1 3 0                     1   30
11 CARPER, Tayana                    0       1 0 0 0            0      1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0                  0    2        2 HEIDLOFF, Kristin          g       2 4 1 2 1                 2  1 2 3 3 6 1 0 0                     0   26
20 MERRIHUE, Jessica                 2       3 1 2 0            0      0 0 0 0 5 1 0 0                  0    7        23 FULLER, Shanice           g       2 5 0 0 0                 1  1 2 3 4 4 1 5 0                     0   21
31 BRENNAN-MCBRIDE, A.                       0 0 0 0            0      0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1                  0    1 2      10 COX, Meredith                     0 4 0 4 0                 0  0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0                     0   14
42 GRUZYNSKI, Kathy                  0       1 0 0 0            0      0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0                  1    7        11 POLLACK, Brina                    0 4 0 0 0                 0  0 1 1 3 0 1 2 0                     0   19
44 O'DELL, Bethany                   4      11 4 7 0            0      4 2 6 3 12 1 3 0                 0   34        20 BENN, Zhondria                    0 1 0 0 0                 0  1 1 2 2 0 0 0 1                     1    5
   TEAM                                                                1 2 3                                          22 KIRKLAND, Kenya                   0 2 0 1 0                 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0                     0   13
   Totals..............             22 51 10 23 10 10                 11 13 24 14 64 19 23 1            6 200         3 CARLIN, Kate                       0 4 0 4 0                 0  0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0                     0   15
                                                                                                                      30 BUTLER, Jaleesa                   1 3 0 1 0                 0  0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0                     0    7
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-23 56.5%              2nd Half: 9-28 32.1%           Game: 43.1%        DEADBALL                  TEAM                                                           2 2 4
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 7-11 63.6%               2nd Half: 3-12 25.0%           Game: 43.5%        REBOUNDS                  Totals..............             10 48     2     16   4    12 12 17 29 23 26 5 25 2                6 200
F Throw % 1st Half: 2-2 100%                 2nd Half: 8-8 100%             Game: 100%         0,1
                                                                                                                      TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 5-25 20.0%              2nd Half: 5-23 21.7%           Game: 20.8%       DEADBALL
Officials: Denise Brooks-Clauser, Frank Geiselman, John Riordan                                                       3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 0-8 0.0%                2nd Half: 2-8 25.0%            Game: 12.5%       REBOUNDS
Technical fouls: UCONN-None. Holy Cross-None.                                                                         F Throw % 1st Half: 2-8 25.0%               2nd Half: 2-4 50.0%            Game: 33.3%       4
Attendance: 2124
                                                                                                                      Officials: Kathleen Lynch, Lisa Mattingly, John Orminski
Score by Periods                    1st            2nd        Total                                                   Technical fouls: UCONN-None. Georgetown-None.
UCONN                               42              41         83                                                     Attendance: 1143
Holy Cross                          35              29         64
                                                                                                                      Score by Periods                    1st           2nd        Total
                                                                                                                      UCONN                               55             29         84
                                                                                                                      Georgetown                          12             14         26
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                       1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                                                                                                   27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
GAME #7            December 18, 2006                  John Paul Jones Arena                   Charlottesville, Va.                       GAME #8             December 21, 2006                  Gampel Pavilion               Storrs, Conn.
                           #6/6 CONNECTICUT - 96                            VIRGINIA - 60                                                            COLORADO STATE - 58                           #6/6 CONNECTICUT - 93
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (December 18, 2006) - Sophomore Kalana Greene’s career-high 21 points powered the                        STORRS, Conn. (December 21, 2006) - All five starters scored in double figures as the No. 6/6 University of
No. 6/6 University of Connecticut women’s basketball team to a 96-60 win over Virginia on Monday night at John Paul           Connecticut women’s basketball team powered past Colorado State 93-58 on Thursday night at Harry A. Gampel Pavilion
Jones Arena in Charlottesville, Va., in a game that saw UConn post its highest single-game field goal percentage in near-     in Storrs, Conn.
ly six years.                                                                                                                      Following the victory, 10 former First Team All-Americans and head coach Geno Auriemma were honored as the first
      UConn shot 65.6% for the game going 42-of-64 marking the highest field goal percentage since February 23, 2001,         class inducted into the Huskies of Honor. A new visual tribute is now on permanent display at Gampel Pavilion.
when the Huskies shot 72.8% and went 45-of-62 against St. John’s - a span of 200 games.                                            The win marked the first time five UConn starters scored in double figures since November 22, 2002 when the
      Greene was one of five Huskies to score in double figures as sophomore Renee Montgomery put up 17 points and            Huskies defeated Wright State 85-39 – a span of 150 games. UConn improves to 8-0 for the first time since 2003-04 and
a tied a career-high with nine assists while freshman Tina Charles scored 12 points and added a career-best six blocks.       the ninth time since 1996-97.
Juniors Brittany Hunter and Ketia Swanier each added 10 points in the win.                                                         Sophomore Renee Montgomery and junior Mel Thomas led the way with 19 points apiece. Montgomery’s 19 points
      UConn runs its record to 7-0 for the first time since 2003-04 and the ninth time since 1996-97. Each of UConn's seven   represented her fifth consecutive game in double figures while Thomas knocked down five three-pointers in the victory.
wins this season have been by 11 points or more.                                                                                   Sophomore Kalana Greene posted 17 points with eight rebounds while freshman Tina Charles finished the night
      The Huskies lead the all-time series with Virginia by a 3-2 margin and have won the last three meetings. Tonight        with 15 points and eight rebounds. Junior Charde Houston (San Diego, Calif.) completed the list of starters in double fig-
marked UConn’s first game after a 10-day layoff. The Huskies last action was on December 7 at Georgetown.                     ures as she had 10 points, five rebounds and two blocks.
      The Cavaliers came out strong and took a 5-4 advantage, but a jumper by Montgomery gave UConn the lead for                   Charles scored the first points of the game with a layup. The Rams (5-6) answered with a three on the next posses-
good at 6-4. Montgomery would then pull up for another jump shot at the free throw line on the next possession.               sion, but Charles would again come up with a layup along the baseline for two points. Montgomery knocked down a three-
      Junior Mel Thomas hit from three-point range to cap off an 11-0 run by the Huskies at 16:33, forcing Virginia into a    pointer to take a 7-3 lead.
timeout. Swanier answered with a full-court dash before dropping a short pass to Montgomery who then made a quick                  UConn went on a 9-0 run before Colorado State hit from beyond the arc to end the drought. Houston hit for a two at
look to Hunter for a layup and a 24-15 advantage.                                                                             12:32 off a quick pass in the lane from Montgomery.
      Thomas hit from beyond the arc again at 9:19 while Montgomery would convert on a Cavalier turnover moments later             Freshman Kaili McLaren completed two free throws to extend an already sizeable UConn lead to 34-15 at the 7:47
to extend the lead to 12 at 29-17. Virginia would cut the lead to seven at 35-28 with 2:32 left on the clock but Greene       minute mark. Junior Ketia Swanier dished to Greene who was waiting under the basket for the easy two points at 38-15.
would silence the crowd by putting two more points on the board end the Cavaliers' push and start a 10-4 UConn run to              Charles put two more up on the glass for a 40-18 lead with 5:31 on the clock. Montgomery capped off the first half
end the half.                                                                                                                 with a drive through the lane for a layup to send the Huskies into the locker room with a 55-27 advantage.
      The Huskies wore out the Cavaliers with their quickness in the first-half closing run. Thomas hit on two free throws         The Rams didn’t have a single field goal in the first half as all of their points came from beyond the arc or from the
with only .4 seconds remaining in the half, sending UConn into the locker room with a 45-32 halftime lead.                    free throw line. Until the 2:55 mark, Colorado State only collected 21 points, all three-pointers, before Marilyn Moulton con-
      Greene got the second half off to a good start with a jumper after a steal by Montgomery. A block by Charles would      verted on a free throw.
trigger a layup for Montgomery as the Huskies went up by 19 and the Cavaliers calling a timeout less than two minutes              UConn’s 55 first half points marked its highest effort an the opening half this season.
into the half with the score 51-32.                                                                                                Charles started the second half just as she did the first by scoring on a layup less than a minute into the period. A
      Hunter hit on a shot along the baseline to put the Huskies up 55-35 at 16:03. Greene scored from three-point range,     jumper by Greene put the Huskies up by 28 before Thomas hit from three-point range at 12:36 to go up 67-36. Greene
her first three of the season, with 14:11 on the clock for a 60-37 lead.                                                      then tacked on two more fighting through traffic for the layup.
      Swanier came up with a steal and added to an already sizeable UConn lead with a layup to cap off a 25-9 run by the           Houston battled down in the post for two points to take a 76-43 lead. Sophomore Tahirah Williams put the icing on the
Huskies. She would then hit from just in front of the three-point line to up the UConn lead to 86-52.                         cake for the Huskies as she scored on an easy lay-in off a pass from freshman Jacquie Fernandes to take the game 93-58.
      UConn improves to 58-7 on the road since February 1, 2001 while tonight marked the 596th victory of head coach               Tonight’s win marked the 597th of UConn head coach Geno Auriemma’s career. UConn improves to 69-2 at Gampel
Geno Auriemma.                                                                                                                Pavilion over the last 71 games and is 178-5 in the building since 1993-94.

Connecticut 7-0                              tot-fg  3-pt              rebounds                                               Colorado State 5-6                        tot-fg  3-pt     rebounds
## Player                              fg     fga fg fga ft        ftaof de tot pf tp a to blk                 s   min        ## Player                               fg fga fg fga ft            fta
                                                                                                                                                                                        of de tot pf tp a to blk                               s   min
24 HOUSTON, Charde      f               3       5 0 0 0             0 1 4 5 3 6 2 3 0                          2   24         35 CORNELL, Juanise              f       0 3 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                        0 0 0 5 0 0 1 0                                        0   18
31 CHARLES, Tina        c               6      10 0 0 0             2 1 6 7 3 12 0 4 6                         0   18         51 MOULTON, Marilyn              c       2 3 0 0 1                   2
                                                                                                                                                                                        0 1 1 3 5 3 1 1                                        0   30
20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g                  7      11 0 2 3             3 1 2 3 1 17 9 3 0                         3   31         03 MULLANEY, Kelly Jo            g       7 10 4 6 0                  0
                                                                                                                                                                                        0 1 1 4 18 1 1 0                                       0   32
25 THOMAS, Mel          g               2       5 2 4 2             2 0 1 1 1 8 2 0 0                          1   33         04 HUNTER, Sara                  g       3 9 2 7 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                        0 0 0 4 8 4 5 0                                        0   30
32 GREENE, Kalana       g              10      12 1 1 0             0 1 8 9 2 21 2 1 0                         1   26         20 NOHR, Molly                   g       2 10 1 3 2                  5
                                                                                                                                                                                        2 3 5 1 7 3 3 0                                        0   27
02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah                    2       2 0 0 0             0 0 2 2 0 4 1 1 0                          0    7         10 RITTER, Raysha                        0 2 0 1 1                   2
                                                                                                                                                                                        0 2 2 2 1 0 1 0                                        0    8
11 SWANIER, Ketia                       4       6 0 0 2             3 0 3 3 1 10 3 2 0                         2   23         12 FRANCE, Justine                       0 0 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                        0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0                                        0    2
13 FERNANDES, Jacquie                   0       0 0 0 0             0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0                          0    4         21 NEAL, Emily                           3 5 2 4 2                   2
                                                                                                                                                                                        0 1 1 2 10 2 5 0                                       0   24
14 GARDLER, Meghan                      2       2 2 2 0             0 1 0 1 2 6 0 0 0                          0    6         22 FINLEY, Kelly                         1 6 1 3 6                   6
                                                                                                                                                                                        2 4 6 2 9 0 1 0                                        1   22
41 MCLAREN, Kaili                       0       3 0 1 0             0 0 6 6 5 0 4 2 0                          0   14         33 McFARLAND, Ashley                     0 0 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                        0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                                        0    5
44 HUNTER, Brittany                     5       7 0 0 0             2 0 2 2 0 10 0 0 3                         0    9         42 MASON, Nya                            0 0 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                        0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                                        0    2
51 KERNS, Cassie                        1       1 0 0 0             0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1                          0    5            TEAM                                                   2 5 7              1
   TEAM                                                                   2 2                                                    Totals..............                 18 48 10 24 12 17 6 17 23 24 58 13 20 1                                  1 200
   Totals..............                42 64      5     10    7    12 5 37 42 18 96 24 16 10                   9 200
                                                                                                                              TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 7-20 35.0%                   2nd Half: 11-28 39.3%             Game: 37.5%          DEADBALL
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 19-30 63.3%                 2nd Half: 23-34 67.6%            Game: 65.6%         DEADBALL                 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 7-13 53.8%                   2nd Half: 3-11 27.3%              Game: 41.7%          REBOUNDS
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-5 40.0%                   2nd Half: 3-5 60.0%              Game: 50.0%         REBOUNDS                 F Throw % 1st Half: 6-8 75.0%                    2nd Half: 6-9 66.7%               Game: 70.6%          1
F Throw % 1st Half: 5-5 100%                    2nd Half: 2-7 28.6%              Game: 58.3%         3
                                                                                                                              Connecticut 8-0                           tot-fg  3-pt               rebounds
Virginia 8-3                                 tot-fg  3-pt                   rebounds                                          ## Player                               fg fga fg fga ft            fta
                                                                                                                                                                                                 of de tot pf tp a to blk                      s   min
## Player                              fg     fga fg fga ft        fta    of de tot pf tp a to blk             s   min        24 HOUSTON, Charde      f                4 8 0 0 2                   4
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0 5 5 1 10 0 1 2                             1   23
01 Littles, Lyndra              f       4      17 0 1 6            10     5 4 9 1 14 0 0 0                     0   35         31 CHARLES, Tina        c                7 9 0 0 1                   4
                                                                                                                                                                                                  4 4 8 3 15 1 2 1                             0   22
04 Williams, Siedah             c       4      10 0 1 3             3     3 4 7 0 11 1 2 0                     1   22         20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g                   5 8 1 3 8                  10
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0 1 1 0 19 7 0 0                             5   26
05 Zoll, Sharnee                g       3      12 2 9 0             0      0 3 3 3 8 4 3 0                     3   38         25 THOMAS, Mel          g                6 14 5 11 2                 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                  2 5 7 1 19 2 1 0                             1   36
10 McGuire, Brenna              g       1       8 1 5 0             0     0 0 0 1 3 0 1 0                      1   31         32 GREENE, Kalana       g                7 10 0 0 3                  6
                                                                                                                                                                                                  5 3 8 2 17 2 1 0                             1   25
22 Wright, Monica               g       3      12 0 1 4             4     3 2 5 4 10 1 7 0                     1   24         02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah                     2 4 0 0 2                   2
                                                                                                                                                                                                  1 0 1 1 6 1 0 1                              0   15
03 Kellum, Paulisha                     2       5 0 0 2             2     2 1 3 0 6 1 1 0                      0   24         11 SWANIER, Ketia                        2 3 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0 2 2 4 4 7 3 1                              1   20
12 Millner, Britnee                     0       1 0 0 0             0     1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0                      1    2         13 FERNANDES, Jacquie                    0 0 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  2 1 3 0 0 0 1 0                              0    4
21 McKnight, Tara                       0       0 0 0 0             0     0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                      0    1         14 GARDLER, Meghan                       0 2 0 2 1                   2
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0 0 0 4 1 1 0 0                              1   15
30 Robertson, Abby                      3       7 0 0 2             2      2 2 4 3 8 0 2 0                     1   21         41 MCLAREN, Kaili                        0 1 0 0 2                   2
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0 2 2 3 2 1 0 0                              0    5
32 Hartig, Jayna                        0       1 0 1 0             0      0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                     0    2         51 KERNS, Cassie                         0 2 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1                              0    9
    TEAM                                                                   3 3 6                                                 TEAM                                                             1 4 5
    Totals..............               20 73      3     18 17 21          19 19 38 12 60 7 17 0                8 200             Totals..............                 33 61       6     16 21 32 15 28 43 20 93 22 10 6                        10 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-35 28.6%                 2nd Half: 10-38 26.3%            Game: 27.4%         DEADBALL                 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 20-34 58.8%                  2nd Half: 13-27 48.1%             Game: 54.1%          DEADBALL
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-10 30.0%                  2nd Half: 0-8 0.0%               Game: 16.7%         REBOUNDS                 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-8 37.5%                    2nd Half: 3-8 37.5%               Game: 37.5%          REBOUNDS
F Throw % 1st Half: 9-9 100%                    2nd Half: 8-12 66.7%             Game: 81.0%         1                        F Throw % 1st Half: 12-14 85.7%                  2nd Half: 9-18 50.0%              Game: 65.6%          7

Officials: Bryan Enterline, Joanne Aldrich, Diana DePaul                                                                      Officials: Mary Day, Roy Gulbeyan, Jessie Dickerson
Technical fouls: #6/6 Connecticut-None. Virginia-None.                                                                        Technical fouls: Colorado State-None. UConn Huskies-None.
Attendance: 5532                                                                                                              Attendance: 9507

Score by Periods                       1st            2nd         Total                                                       Score by Periods                        1st             2nd        Total
#6/6 Connecticut                       45              51          96                                                         Colorado State                          27               31         58
Virginia                               32              28          60                                                         UConn Huskies                           55               38         93
                     2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                                                                                                                                 32
                       1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                                                                                                  27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
GAME #9             December 23, 2006                       Hartford Civic Center                Hartford, Conn.              GAME #10               December 29, 2006                     Hartford Civic Center                 Hartford, Conn.
                           OAKLAND - 53                      #6/6 CONNECTICUT - 85                                                                       HARTFORD - 36                      #5/5 CONNECTICUT - 63
HARTFORD, Conn. (December 23, 2006) - Sophomore Kalana Greene collected the first double-double of her                        HARTFORD, Conn. (December 29, 2006) - Sophomore Kalana Greene posted her second straight double-double
career with 13 points and 14 rebounds to lead the No. 6/6 University of Connecticut women’s basketball team over              of her career with 14 points and a career-high 16 rebounds as the No. 5/5 University of Connecticut women’s basketball
Oakland 85-53 on Saturday afternoon at the Hartford Civic Center in Hartford, Conn.                                           team dismantled Hartford 62-36 on Friday night at the Hartford Civic Center in Hartford, Conn.
      Three other UConn players posted double-figures as junior Brittany Hunter had 13 points with nine rebounds, while            Sophomore Renee Montgomery also scored in double figures with 16 points. Freshman Kaili McLaren came up with
junior Mel Thomas and sophomore Renee Montgomery each added 10 points.                                                        a career-high six blocks while adding six points.
      Greene’s 13 rebounds also represented a career-high in that category. Montgomery’s 10 points extended her con-               Tonight’s win moves UConn to 10-0 to start the season for the first time since 2002-03 and the sixth time since 1996-
secutive game streak of totaling double-figure points to six consecutive contests. Hunter’s 13 points was her fifth double-   97. UConn improves to 8-0 all-time versus Hartford.
digit scoring game this season.                                                                                                    The Huskies took an early 4-2 lead after freshman Tina Charles scored low in the post off a pass from junior Charde
      UConn opens the season at 9-0 for the first time since 2003-04 and the ninth time since 1996-97. Today’s game           Houston. The Hawks (7-6) responded to take back the lead at 4-6 before McLaren tied up the score at 6-6 on an easy
marked UConn’s first-ever meeting with Oakland and it’s first versus an opponent from the Mid-Continent Conference.           lay-in at 13:42.
      Freshman Tina Charles scored UConn's first seven points of the contest to give the Huskies a7-1 advantage less               Hartford refused to back down as they held a 14-8 advantage but junior Ketia Swanier closed the gap with a 3-point-
than two minutes into the contest. Hunter hit on a jumper to increase the advantage to 13-7 at 16:29. Montgomery drove        er at 8:17. A turnover by the Hawks resulted in three points for UConn as Montgomery connected from beyond the arc
along the baseline for a layup before Thomas hit from three-point range to key an 18-2 run for UConn.                         with the score 15-16. Montgomery would hit another trey to tie the score at 18-18 with 2:36 on the clock.
      Montgomery extended the lead for the Huskies to 29-15 when she beat three Oakland defenders and en route to the              Greene added a bucket on a layup to go up 20-18. Greene then took the ball down court after a steal to tack on two
basket. Junior Ketia Swanier took advantage of a hole in the Grizzlies' defense to tack on two more points for the Huskies    more late in the half for a 22-18 lead. McLaren capped off an 11-0 run for the Huskies at the end of the half to head into
and force Oakland to take a timeout.                                                                                          the locker room holding a 26-18 advantage.
      Greene scored two points down in the post for a 41-22 advantage with 2:21 left in the half. Hunter continued to dom-         UConn wasted no time in the second half going on a 13-3 run as Houston hit with a basket in the paint before Greene
inate offensively under the glass as she got a bucket with less than a minute left in the half to go up 43-26, a lead which   scored on the next possession with a bucket of her own to take a 30-18 lead.
the Huskies took into the locker room at halftime.                                                                                 Junior Mel Thomas was a perfect 3-for-3 from the free throw line after being fouled from beyond 3-point range to
      Thomas opened the second half by hitting from beyond the arc with 17:13 on the clock. Greene scored on a shot           extend the lead to 33-18 with 17:50 on the clock. Montgomery added to the UConn lead with a pull-up jumper at 9:44.
underneath the basket after a quick pass from Houston to go up 56-32. On the next possession it was Montgomery’s turn              At the 7:15 mark, Montgomery drove through the lane for two more at 48-30. With 2:50 left in the game, Swanier
for the bucket with Greene assisting at 14:20.                                                                                picked off Hartford and took the ball the full length of the court for the easy bucket and a 20-point advantage at 56-36. A
      Freshman Kaili McLaren connected on a free throw attempt after she was fouled under the basket to complete the          layup by Montgomery sealed the game for the Huskies with a final score of 62-36.
three-point play. Moments later an Oakland turnover resulted in Montgomery taking the ball the length of the court for an          Houston had eight points with seven rebounds while Swanier also added eight points. Thomas finished the night with
easy lay-in and a 67-36 advantage.                                                                                            six points.
      Thomas found McLaren low in the post for a bucket to push the score to 73-41. Swanier added to the lead with a               Tonight’s victory marks the 599th win of head coach Geno Auriemma’s career. UConn extends its home court win-
jump shot just inside the three-point line at 77-48. Down the stretch, McLaren dropped a pass down low to sophomore           ning streak versus non-ranked opponents to 191 consecutive games.
Tahirah Williams for the score at 3:23. Freshman Meghan Gardler knocked down three-pointer with less than 20 seconds
in the game to win 85-53.                                                                                                     Hartford 7-6                             tot-fg  3-pt                 rebounds
      Today’s 32-point win marked UConn’s ninth consecutive win by at least 11 points and its seventh by more than 30         ## Player                              fg fga fg fga ft              of de tot pf tp a to blk
                                                                                                                                                                                                 fta                                         s   min
points. With today’s victory, UConn head coach Geno Auriemma now has 598 career victories.                                    24 HOOD, Danielle        f              4 15 0 0 0                  31 1 2 3 8 0 0 0                           0   35
                                                                                                                              44 KELLEY, Katie         f              4 11 0 0 1                  11 4 5 3 9 0 1 1                           1   34
Oakland (Mich.) 4-8                      tot-fg  3-pt                  rebounds                                               14 WITT, Ikea            g              2 5 0 0 1                   11 5 6 2 5 1 4 0                           0   39
## Player                              fg fga fg fga ft            fta
                                                                     of de tot pf tp a to blk                  s   min        23 ETIENNE, Lisa         g              6 12 0 2 0                  20 4 4 2 12 1 5 0                          1   37
05 PIGGOTT, Nicole              f       7 15 0 2 0                  00 2 2 2 14 2 2 0                          3   33         33 SCHAEFER, MaryLynneg                 0 8 0 8 0                   00 2 2 0 0 1 1 0                           0   32
32 REISING, Hanna               f       0 6 0 5 0                   0 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 1                          0   19         10 GOMEZ, Courtney                      0 2 0 1 0                   00 0 0 1 0 0 2 0                           1   11
04 PIKE, Jessica                g       5 14 1 3 1                  2 3 3 6 2 12 2 2 1                         0   29         15 DIDONATO, Katie                      0 0 0 0 0                   00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                           0    1
20 TERAVA, Riikka               g       2 2 1 1 0                   0 1 2 3 1 5 0 6 0                          0   27         40 DELVA, Diana                         1 2 0 0 0                   01 3 4 2 2 0 0 0                           0   11
33 BAKER, Bonnie                g       0 3 0 0 2                   4 2 3 5 2 2 2 3 1                          2   14             TEAM                                                             3 2 5
03 PURYEAR, Joya                        0 0 0 0 0                   0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1                          0   11             Totals..............               17 55      0     11    2    7 7 21 28 13 36 3 13 1                      3 200
10 JELTEMA, Melissa                     3 8 0 0 0                   02 2 4 2 6 1 0 0                           2   18
14 BOOKER, Dominique                    0 2 0 0 0                   0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0                          0    4         TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-31 29.0%                  2nd Half: 8-24 33.3%             Game: 30.9%         DEADBALL
22 SOWERS, Elizabeth                    1 3 0 0 0                   0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0                          0    7         3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 0-7 0.0%                    2nd Half: 0-4 0.0%               Game: 0.0%          REBOUNDS
23 KIDD, April                          3 7 0 0 0                   0 1 1 2 3 6 2 2 0                          1   17         F Throw % 1st Half: 0-4 0.0%                    2nd Half: 2-3 66.7%              Game: 28.6%         2
40 BRYER, Rachel                        1 1 0 0 0                   0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 2                          0   10
45 GREER, Charlese                      2 7 0 0 0                   1 3 0 3 0 4 2 1 0                          1   11         Connecticut 10-0                         tot-fg  3-pt                   rebounds
   TEAM                                                               1 4 5                                                   ## Player                              fg fga fg fga ft            ftaof de tot pf tp a to blk                 s   min
   Totals..............                24 68      2     11    3    7 15 19 34 14 53 13 17 6                    9 200          24 HOUSTON, Charde      f               4 9 0 0 0                   2  2 5 7 3 8 3 7 2                         1   28
                                                                                                                              31 CHARLES, Tina        c               2 6 0 0 0                   0  3 4 7 0 4 0 0 0                         0    6
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-35 34.3%                 2nd Half: 12-33 36.4%            Game: 35.3%         DEADBALL                 20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g                  7 14 2 5 0                  1  0 2 2 3 16 3 2 0                        1   35
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 0-4 0.0%                    2nd Half: 2-7 28.6%              Game: 18.2%         REBOUNDS                 25 THOMAS, Mel          g               1 5 1 2 3                   3  1 3 4 1 6 0 0 0                         0   39
F Throw % 1st Half: 2-4 50.0%                   2nd Half: 1-3 33.3%              Game: 42.9%         2                        32 GREENE, Kalana       g               5 12 0 0 4                  6  7 9 16 1 14 1 2 0                       3   36
                                                                                                                              02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah                    0 2 0 0 0                   0  1 3 4 1 0 1 1 0                         0    8
Connecticut 9-0                          tot-fg  3-pt                   rebounds                                              11 SWANIER, Ketia                       3 8 0 2 2                   2  0 4 4 1 8 5 1 0                         2   24
## Player                              fg fga fg fga ft            ftaof de tot pf tp a to blk                 s   min        13 FERNANDES, Jacquie                   0 0 0 0 0                   0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                         0    1
24 HOUSTON, Charde      f               2 6 0 0 2                   2  3 4 7 1 6 3 2 4                         1   19         41 MCLAREN, Kaili                       3 6 0 1 0                   0  2 4 6 3 6 0 3 6                         2   22
31 CHARLES, Tina        c               4 7 0 0 1                   1  2 1 3 1 9 0 0 0                         0    7         51 KERNS, Cassie                        0 0 0 0 0                   0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                         0    1
20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g                  5 14 0 3 0                  0  1 1 2 0 10 6 2 0                        5   31            TEAM                                                                3      3
25 THOMAS, Mel          g               3 10 2 6 2                  2  1 1 2 1 10 3 0 0                        1   32            Totals..............                25 62      3     10    9    14 19 34 53 13 62 13 16 8                   9 200
32 GREENE, Kalana       g               7 12 0 0 0                  0  4 9 13 3 14 2 2 0                       3   23
02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah                    2 3 0 1 0                   1  2 2 4 0 4 0 0 0                         0   15         TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-33 30.3%                 2nd Half: 15-29 51.7%            Game: 40.3%         DEADBALL
11 SWANIER, Ketia                       3 8 0 2 0                   0  0 1 1 0 6 3 2 0                         1   25         3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-5 40.0%                   2nd Half: 1-5 20.0%              Game: 30.0%         REBOUNDS
13 FERNANDES, Jacquie                   0 0 0 0 0                   0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                         0    4         F Throw % 1st Half: 4-7 57.1%                   2nd Half: 5-7 71.4%              Game: 64.3%         2
14 GARDLER, Meghan                      1 4 1 3 1                   2  1 4 5 2 4 2 0 1                         0   15
41 MCLAREN, Kaili                       4 5 0 0 1                   1  1 3 4 2 9 3 3 1                         0   11         Officials: Bonita Spence, Joanne Aldrich, John Orminski
44 HUNTER, Brittany                     6 9 0 0 1                   2  5 4 9 0 13 0 0 2                        0   10         Technical fouls: Hartford Hawks-None. UConn Huskies-None.
51 KERNS, Cassie                        0 1 0 0 0                   0  0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0                         0    8         Attendance: 14442
   TEAM                                                                4 1 5
   Totals..............                37 79      3     15    8    11 24 31 55 10 85 22 12 8                  11 200          Score by Periods                       1st            2nd         Total
                                                                                                                              Hartford Hawks                         18              18          36
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 19-43 44.2%                 2nd Half: 18-36 50.0%            Game: 46.8%         DEADBALL                 UConn Huskies                          26              36          62
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-8 12.5%                   2nd Half: 2-7 28.6%              Game: 20.0%         REBOUNDS
F Throw % 1st Half: 4-5 80.0%                   2nd Half: 4-6 66.7%              Game: 72.7%         2

Officials: Bob Trammell, Janice Aliberti, Joseph Vaszily
Technical fouls: Oakland (Mich.)-None. UConn Huskies-None.
Attendance: 12474

Score by Periods                       1st            2nd         Total
Oakland (Mich.)                        26              27          53
UConn Huskies                          43              42          85
                     2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                                                                                                                                      33
                       1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                                                                                                     27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
GAME #11              December 31, 2006                      Hartford Civic Center                Hartford, Conn.                   GAME #12                January 2, 2007                  WVU Coliseum                  Morgantown, W Va.
                       SACRED HEART - 40                           #5/5 CONNECTICUT - 82                                                                #5/5 CONNECTICUT - 63                              WEST VIRGINIA - 44
HARTFORD, Conn. (December 31, 2006) - The No. 5/5 University of Connecticut women’s basketball team remains                    MORGANTOWN, W. Va. (January 2, 2007) - Freshman Tina Charles (Jamaica, N.Y.) led the charge of three play-
perfect at 11-0 with an 82-40 win over Sacred Heart on Sunday afternoon at the Hartford Civic Center and in the process        ers in double-figures with her second consecutive double-double with 16 points and 12 rebounds as the No. 5/5 University
gave head coach Geno Auriemma his 600th career victory.                                                                        of Connecticut women’s basketball team toppled West Virginia 63-44 on Tuesday night at the WVU Coliseum in
      Auriemma is the fastest coach in NCAA Division I women’s basketball to reach 600 career wins needing just 716            Morgantown, W.Va.
games, 18 faster than the previous fastest, Tennessee head coach Pat Summit. He becomes the 14th active coach and                   Junior Charde Houston (San Diego, Calif.) had 16 points with nine rebounds in the victory. Sophomore Kalana
17th coach all-time to reach the milestone in NCAA Division I women’s basketball.                                              Greene (Saint Stephen, S.C.) has scored in double-figures in five of the last six games with 15 points and nine rebounds
      Freshman Kaili McLaren made her first career start and netted her first career double-double with 14 points and 15       tonight.
rebounds while freshman Tina Charles also scored a double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds to lead the team.                   With tonight’s win, UConn opens the season at 12-0 for the first time since 2002-03 and the eighth time since 1996-
Sophomore Renee Montgomery had 14 points while junior Mel Thomas scored 10 to push the number of UConn play-                   97. UConn is now 18-1 all-time vs. West Virginia and extends its winning streak in the series to 18 consecutive games.
ers in double-figure points to four. Sophomore Kalana Greene pounded the boards for 11 rebounds and also had eight                  Freshman Kaili McLaren (Washington, D.C) scored the first points of the game for the Huskies down low in the post
points on the day.                                                                                                             for a 2-2 score. Sophomore Renee Montgomery (St. Albans, W.Va.) found Greene in transition for the easy bucket at
      UConn improves to 11-0 for the first time since 2002-03 and the eighth time since 1996-97.                               15:23. Houston converted on two free throws to close the West Virginia (8-5, 0-2 BIG EAST) lead to one at 10-11.
      The Huskies got their first points of the game from junior Charde Houston as she scored on a bucket low in the paint          The Huskies took the lead when Charles scored in the paint which Montgomery followed up with a steal at the other
after a dish from McLaren to tie the score 2-2. Thomas connected on a three-pointer as the shot clock expired to close         end of the court. The Mountaineers hit a 3-pointer with 11:36 on the clock to regain the lead at 14-13.
the gap at 9-11 with 14:39 remaining on the clock.                                                                                  Houston came up with a big jumper to tie things up at 19-19 which she then followed up with another bucket after
      UConn took the lead at 13-11 after McLaren came up with a bucket in the post. Charles hit under the basket for the       beating the defender on the very next possession for the 21-19 advantage. Greene made the most out of a mismatch
two points at 11:01. Charles would score again to push the lead to 21-17 after a short pass from junior Ketia Swanier.         under the basket as she laid in two more for the Huskies at 3:52.
Thomas’ attempt from 18 feet was good with 5:51 on the clock to go up 26-23.                                                        Montgomery’s attempt from beyond the arc was good for an eight point lead with just over two minutes left to play in
      Greene found McLaren waiting under the basket for the easy two at 4:11. Greene then got a bucket of her own to           the first half. Junior Mel Thomas (Cincinnati, Ohio) hit a 3-pointer of her own with 1:15 on the clock before Montgomery
extend the lead to six at 30-24. With 2:47 remaining in the first half, Swanier drove through the lane for an easy lay-in to   came back on the following possession only 10 seconds later to make yet another trey.
go up by 10.                                                                                                                        The Huskies closed the first half with a 25-5 run over the final 7:35 to turn a four-point deficit into a 16-point halftime
      Thomas converted on two free throws with less than two minutes left in the half to extend the UConn advantage to         advantage.
38-25. A jumper by Montgomery lifted the lead to 40-25, a 15-point advantage the Huskies took into the locker room at               Houston went to the line to hit two free throws at 15:37 in the second half for a 17-point UConn lead. Junior Ketia
halftime.                                                                                                                      Swanier (Columbus, Ga.) helped the Huskies go up by 18 with under 13 minutes to play as she nailed a 3-pointer. On
      UConn contained Sacred Heart to zero field goals for the last 7:19 of the first half.                                    the next trip back down the court, Greene laid in two off the glass after a nice dish from Swanier at the 12:19 mark.
      Houston scored on back-to-back possessions to open the second half with a 48-29 lead. Charles scored two points               Charles fought under the basket for two points to add to the UConn lead at 59-40 with 5:46 left in the game. Houston
on a hook shot low in the paint at 14:54. Montgomery hit from beyond the arc at 13:37 to go up 54-33.                          grabbed another bucket after a turnaround jumper in the paint with 2:56 left on the clock and a 22-point advantage.
      Swanier picked off a Sacred Heart pass which converted into two points for Greene to give the Huskies a 21-point              UConn kept control of the game in the closing minutes to win 63-44.
lead. Another steal by Swanier with 11:51 on the clock resulted in easy lay-in for the point guard with the score 60-35.            Montgomery finished the night with seven points while Thomas had five.
      McLaren fought her way around two Pioneer defenders for a bucket down in the paint at 10:29. Montgomery’s trey                UConn improves to 59-7 on the road dating back to Feb. 1, 2001 following tonight's win over West Virginia.
at 7:53 increased an already sizeable UConn advantage to 68-37.
      Sophomore Tahirah Williams hit under the bucket after a quick inbound pass from sophomore Cassie Kerns at 6:10.          Connecticut 12-0, 2-0                      tot-fg  3-pt              rebounds
Kerns then scored on a jumper of her own for a 77-40 lead. Swanier sealed the game with a three-pointer with just 12           ## Player                                fg fga fg fga ft          of de tot pf tp a to blk
                                                                                                                                                                                                    fta                                           s   min
seconds on the clock to take the game by a score of 82-40.                                                                     24 HOUSTON, Charde      f                 5 10 0 0 6                1 8 9 2 16 1 2 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                     7                                            0   28
      Sacred Heart’s Amanda Pape scored 19 points for the Pioneers which pushed her to become the school’s all-time            32 GREENE, Kalana       f                 6 10 1 2 2                1 8 9 1 15 2 4 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                     2                                            4   38
leading scorer.                                                                                                                41 MCLAREN, Kaili       f                 2 6 0 1 0                 0 1 1 3 4 1 4 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                     0                                            1   20
      UConn has won each of its opening 11 games by at least an 11-point margin. Today marked the first meeting between        20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g                    2 6 2 5 1                 0 3 3 4 7 5 5 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                     2                                            3   28
UConn and Sacred Heart.                                                                                                        25 THOMAS, Mel          g                 1 3 1 3 2                 2 3 5 1 5 2 1 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                     2                                            1   35
                                                                                                                               11 SWANIER, Ketia                         1 4 1 4 0                 0 0 0 3 3 3 3 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                     0                                            0   18
Sacred Heart 6-6                         tot-fg  3-pt                   rebounds                                               13 FERNANDES, Jacquie                     0 0 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                                0    1
## Player                              fg fga fg fga ft             ftaof de tot pf tp a to blk                 s   min        14 GARDLER, Meghan                        0 0 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                                0    2
12 BROWN, Katie                 f       0 7 0 7 0                    0 0 2 2 1 0 1 2 1                          3   29         2 WILLIAMS, Tahirah                       0 0 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                   0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0                                0    4
00 SOWINSKI, Kaitlin            c       3 8 0 0 1                    2 0 3 3 3 7 1 1 1                          1   36         31 CHARLES, Tina                          4 9 0 0 5                   8
                                                                                                                                                                                                   5 7 12 2 13 0 4 2                              0   24
11 MORAY, Lisa                  g       3 9 1 7 0                    0 1 3 4 3 7 3 1 0                          3   24         51 KERNS, Cassie                          0 0 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                                0    2
22 BURKE, Kerri                 g       3 8 1 1 0                    0 0 0 0 1 7 4 3 0                          0   33            TEAM                                                             4 1 5             1
31 PAPE, Amanda                 g       7 19 0 5 5                   6 2 1 3 2 19 1 1 0                         1   38            Totals..............                 21 48       5     15 16 21 13 32 45 17 63 14 25 4                          9 200
05 GIBSON, Lindsey                      0 3 0 0 0                    0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0                          0   18
15 GRUBER, Liz                          0 1 0 1 0                    0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0                          0    6         TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-31 45.2%                   2nd Half: 7-17 41.2%               Game: 43.8%         DEADBALL
24 CAIN, Khalia                         0 3 0 1 0                    0 0 3 3 0 0 1 2 0                          0   16         3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-9 33.3%                     2nd Half: 2-6 33.3%                Game: 33.3%         REBOUNDS
   TEAM                                                                    3 3            1                                    F Throw % 1st Half: 9-11 81.8%                    2nd Half: 7-10 70.0%               Game: 76.2%         2
   Totals..............                16 58       2     22    6     8 4 16 20 12 40 11 12 2                    8 200
                                                                                                                               West Virginia 8-6, 0-2                     tot-fg  3-pt                   rebounds
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-32 31.3%                  2nd Half: 6-26 23.1%             Game: 27.6%         DEADBALL                 ## Player                                fg fga fg fga ft            ftaof de tot pf tp a to blk                   s   min
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-10 10.0%                   2nd Half: 1-12 8.3%              Game: 9.1%          REBOUNDS                 22 COLE, Chakhia                 f        1 7 0 0 0                   1  1 1 2 5 2 2 3 0                           4   27
F Throw % 1st Half: 4-6 66.7%                    2nd Half: 2-2 100%               Game: 75.0%         4                        45 SANNI, Yinka                  c        5 13 0 0 3                  5  3 4 7 4 13 2 5 1                          3   30
                                                                                                                               1 OWENS, Laquita                 g        6 12 4 7 0                  0  1 1 2 1 16 1 2 0                          1   36
Connecticut 11-0                         tot-fg  3-pt               rebounds                                                   2 DAVIS, Sparkle                 g        2 9 2 7 1                   2  0 4 4 0 7 1 1 0                           0   30
## Player                              fg fga fg fga ft             fta
                                                                  of de tot pf tp a to blk                      s   min        3 GOODLEY, Kendra                g        1 3 0 0 0                   0  0 0 0 2 2 3 3 0                           0   15
24 HOUSTON, Charde      f               3 6 0 0 0                    0
                                                                   2 0 2 0 6 0 1 0                              1   11         10 HOLESTINE, Brittany                    0 0 0 0 1                   2  0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0                           0    1
41 MCLAREN, Kaili       f               6 10 0 0 2                   2
                                                                   6 9 15 2 14 3 3 0                            0   27         11 DAVIS-WHITE, Britney                   0 1 0 0 0                   0  0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0                           0    5
20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g                  6 11 2 3 0                   0
                                                                   0 0 0 1 14 5 2 1                             2   32         23 POWELL, Ashley                         0 2 0 0 0                   0  0 1 1 1 0 1 2 0                           2   19
25 THOMAS, Mel          g               2 10 1 7 5                   6
                                                                   1 0 1 1 10 1 1 0                             0   31         31 JOYE, Lateefah                         1 5 0 0 0                   2 1 2 3 1 2 0 1 2                            0   13
32 GREENE, Kalana       g               4 9 0 1 0                    0
                                                                   1 10 11 1 8 2 3 1                            1   28         32 SMALL, Melanie                         0 2 0 0 0                   0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0                            1   14
02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah                    2 3 0 0 0                    0
                                                                   3 2 5 1 4 3 0 0                              1   15         35 KELLY, Tameka                          0 0 0 0 0                   0  0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0                           0    2
11 SWANIER, Ketia                       4 6 1 2 0                    0
                                                                   1 4 5 1 9 3 3 0                              3   27         50 WHITE, Ranisha                         0 2 0 0 1                   2  2 0 2 2 1 0 0 1                           1    8
13 FERNANDES, Jacquie                   0 0 0 0 0                  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                     0                                          0    3            TEAM                                                                  4 2 6
31 CHARLES, Tina                        6 12 0 0 3                   6
                                                                   6 5 11 1 15 1 0 1                            0   19            Totals..............                 16 56       6     14    6    14 12 17 29 19 44 11 19 4                     12 200
51 KERNS, Cassie                        1 1 0 0 0                  0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0
                                                                     0                                          0    7
   TEAM                                                            1 5 6             1                                         TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-26 34.6%                    2nd Half: 7-30 23.3%               Game: 28.6%         DEADBALL
   Totals..............                34 68       4     13 10 14 21 36 57 8 82 20 14 3                         8 200          3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-10 40.0%                    2nd Half: 2-4 50.0%                Game: 42.9%         REBOUNDS
                                                                                                                               F Throw % 1st Half: 2-4 50.0%                     2nd Half: 4-10 40.0%               Game: 42.9%         4
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 17-33 51.5%                  2nd Half: 17-35 48.6%            Game: 50.0%         DEADBALL
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-5 20.0%                    2nd Half: 3-8 37.5%              Game: 30.8%         REBOUNDS                 Officials: Bill Titus, Sue Blauch, Kathy Ridilla
F Throw % 1st Half: 5-6 83.3%                    2nd Half: 5-8 62.5%              Game: 71.4%         1                        Technical fouls: Connecticut-None. West Virginia-None.
                                                                                                                               Attendance: 806
Officials: Frank Geiselman, Michele St. Pierre, Jerome Skrine
Technical fouls: Sacred Heart-None. UConn Huskies-None.                                                                        Score by Periods                        1st             2nd         Total
Attendance: 13635                                                                                                              Connecticut                             40               23          63
                                                                                                                               West Virginia                           24               20          44
Score by Periods                       1st             2nd         Total
Sacred Heart                           25               15          40
UConn Huskies                          40               42          82
                     2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                                                                                                                                      34
                       1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                                                                                                     27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
 GAME #13                January 6, 2007                Hartford Civic Center                  Hartford, Conn.                         GAME #14                January 9, 2007                 Gampel Pavilion                   Storrs, Conn.
                     #4/4 TENNESSEE - 70                         #5/5 CONNECTICUT - 64                                                                   SETON HALL - 58                        #7/5 CONNECTICUT - 106
HARTFORD, Conn. (January 6, 2007) - The No. 5/5 University of Connecticut women's basketball team used a furi-                STORRS, Conn. (January 9, 2007) - Paced by four players in double-figures, the No. 7/5 University of Connecticut
ous second-half rally to erase an 18-point deficit but came up just short as it fell to No. 4/4 Tennessee 70-64 on Saturday   women’s basketball team put together its highest single-game scoring effort in over two years as the Huskies pummeled BIG
afternoon at the Hartford Civic Center.                                                                                       EAST foe Seton Hall 106-58 on Tuesday night at Gampel Pavilion.
      Junior Charde Houston scored 23 points, while adding eight rebounds to lead the Huskies in the loss, her third game           Junior Mel Thomas led all scorers with 23 points, which was highlighted by four three-pointers that moved
with 20-plus points this season.                                                                                              her past Amy Duran and Nykesha Sales and into sole possession of 10th place on the UConn career 3-point list
The loss snapped UConn’s 12-game winning streak to open the season. The Huskies have now lost three-straight meet-            with her current total of 136 treys.
ings with Tennessee.                                                                                                                Freshman Tina Charles posted her team-best fourth double-double of the season with a season-high 20 points and 12
      Freshman Kaili McLaren got the Huskies on the board first with aggressive play under the basket. Junior Mel Thomas      rebounds while junior Charde Houston registered 19 points.
dove for a steal on the following Tennessee possession and with a quick pass to sophomore Renee Montgomery, UConn                   Sophomore Renee Montgomery rounded out the players in double-figure points with 17.
suddenly took a 4-0 advantage.                                                                                                      UConn won its 13th game of the season by a margin of 11 points or more. UConn also extended its winning streak ver-
      Sophomore Kalana Greene scored on a backdoor cut from Montgomery along the baseline to go up 8-4. The Lady              sus Seton Hall to 23 consecutive games and leads the all-time series against the Pirates 43-10.
Vols took their first lead of the game at 10-9 when Alexis Hornbuckle got a bucket with 13:27 on the clock.                         Houston was the first to score for the Huskies at 19:05 and followed it up with a baseline jumper not 15 seconds later
      Freshman Tina Charles tied things up at 17-17 with a nice spin move in the lane at 8:06, but Tennessee answered         after a steal by Thomas for a 4-2 lead. Houston laid in two more after beating two Seton Hall (9-6, 1-3 BIG EAST) defend-
moments later with a 3-pointer from Sidney Spencer. Thomas sunk a trey to get the Huskies within four at 26-22 with less      ers in the lane with 16:48 on the clock.
than six minutes remaining in the first half.                                                                                       Thomas connected on three free throw attempts after being fouled from beyond-the-arc for a 12-4 early advantage.
      Junior Charde Houston got two points in the paint to close the UConn deficit to eight with the score 34-26. Sophomore   Montgomery followed with back-to-back treys to cap off a 17-4 UConn run.
Ketia Swanier hit on both free throw attempts with 2:06 to go and the scoreboard reading 34-28.                                     Charles got in the action with a bucket at 11:15. Junior Ketia Swanier followed with a full-court lay-in following at steal
      The Lady Vols held on to the lead to go into the locker room at halftime leading 41-29. The 41 points scored by         to up the UConn margin to 34-15.
Tennessee marked the most points scored by a UConn opponent and the first time the Huskies trailed at halftime this           Following a block by sophomore Kalana Greene , Tahirah Williams completed a three-point play after she was fouled on a
season.                                                                                                                       successful drive through the lane.
      Tennessee opened the second half with a 6-0 run which was highlighted on a dunk by Candace Parker, Greene                     Montgomery grabbed her second steal of the night and gave it up to Thomas for the bucket to increase the UConn lead
knocked down a jumper with 17:25 on the clock which junior Brittany Hunter followed up with two free-throws to close in       to 25 points with 58 seconds to play in the first half.
at 47-33.                                                                                                                           The Huskies' nine first-half steals were their most in a half this season. UConn shot 65.7 (23-of-35) percent in the first
      A steal by Swanier resulted in an easy bucket for Houston. Montgomery grabbed a defensive rebound on the follow-        half, its highest field goal percentage of a first half since shooting 69.7 (23-of-33) percent against Western Michigan on
ing play and launched a pass half court which found Houston under the basket for the easy lay-in with the score 48-37.        November 23, 2003 – a 118-game span.
      Swanier scored on a fast break off a dish from Hunter which got the crowd on its feet at 13:33. Montgomery pulled             With the shot clock winding down, Houston used a hook shot to put UConn up 65-36 in the opening minutes of the sec-
up for a jumper at the free throw line to close in on the Lady Vols lead of five at 52-47 with 11:39 on the clock.            ond half. Charles fought in the low post for a basket with 13:26 on the clock.
      Charles beat Parker one-on-one in the lane for two points to make the score 54-49. McLaren trimmed the advantage              Thomas hit from 3-point range to extend the lead to 79-45. Just 39 seconds later, another three-point attempt by Thomas
to three on the next trip down the court after battling through two defenders down in the post.                               was good, marking her third 3-pointer of the evening. Freshman Kaili McLaren (Washington, D.C.) hit a jump shot for two
      Houston grabbed two more points under the basket with less than seven minutes remaining in the game down by             points with 10:57 remaining.
only two. Thomas nailed a trey out of the corner to tie the game at 58-58 with 4:48 on the clock.                                   Freshman Meghan Gardler hit a trey from well beyond the 3-point line for a 37-point lead at 92-55.
      With only 23.5 seconds left in the game, Houston got a basket to get to within three at 67-64. Alexis Hornbuckle              Sophomore Cassie Kerns connected on a bank shot for her first points of the contest at 2:39. Montgomery took over
sealed the game for Tennessee at 70-64 with two free throws.                                                                  late in the game collecting five of the final 12 points as the Huskies eclipsed the century mark to win 106-58.
      Thomas finished with eight points while Charles had seven on the day. McLaren, Greene and Hunter each con-                    Greene finished with eight points while McLaren brought down eight rebounds on the night.
tributed six points apiece.                                                                                                         Tonight marked UConn’s second game this season with more than one player totaling at least 20 points.
      UConn still leads the all-time series with Tennessee 13-9. Today’s game marked the 37th sellout all-time at the
Hartford Civic Center                                                                                                         Seton Hall 9-6, 1-3                        tot-fg  3-pt                    rebounds
                                                                                                                              ## Player                                fg fga fg fga ft             ftaof de tot pf tp a to blk                   s   min
Tennessee 14-1                               tot-fg  3-pt                  rebounds                                           02 WOMACK, Noteisha              f        3 9 0 0 2                    2  2 4 6 1 8 1 2 2                           1   25
## Player                              fg     fga fg fga ft       fta    of de tot pf tp a to blk              s   min        11 BLAKE, Monique                f        4 9 0 0 1                    2  2 0 2 2 9 3 1 1                           1   15
01 SPENCER, Sidney              f       4      13 3 7 3            4      4 5 9 3 14 3 1 0                     3   37         01 BOOKER, Ashley                g        1 3 0 0 0                    0  0 2 2 0 2 0 1 0                           1   18
03 PARKER, Candace              f      12      22 0 0 6            9      7 5 12 3 30 4 2 6                    1   40         14 KORPIVAARA, Heta              g        3 10 0 0 0                   0  1 1 2 2 6 0 1 0                           0   18
55 ANOSIKE, Nicky               c       3      9 0 0 0             0      3 0 3 2 6 0 2 3                      1   24         21 MUKOSIEJ, Ela                 g        1 3 0 0 1                    1  0 0 0 1 3 0 3 0                           0    6
00 BOBBITT, Shannon             g       3      7 3 6 0             0      0 1 1 1 9 2 1 0                      1   34         00 HARRIS, Amber                          4 6 0 0 3                    5  1 7 8 1 11 1 0 0                          2   27
14 HORNBUCKLE, Alexis           g       2      10 0 2 2            2      3 3 6 4 6 3 2 1                      1   33         04 LABADIE, Annick                        1 4 1 3 0                    0  0 2 2 4 3 4 2 0                           2   22
02 MCMAHAN, Cait                        0       0 0 0 0            0      0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0                      1    5         10 SULLIVAN, Nikole                       1 2 0 0 0                    0  1 0 1 1 2 1 1 1                           1   12
13 REDDING, Dominique                   0      0 0 0 0             0      0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0                      0    4         15 EMERY, Nicole                          3 10 0 1 0                   0  2 1 3 3 6 1 3 0                           0   21
33 AUGUSTE, Alberta                     1       6 0 0 0            0      2 0 2 1 2 1 1 0                      0    9         23 MESSINA, Brittney                      2 6 0 0 0                    1  0 2 2 0 4 2 0 1                           0   22
44 FULLER, Alex                         1      3 1 2 0             0      0 2 2 1 3 1 0 0                      0   14         24 RHODIN, Jadis                          2 7 0 1 0                    0  0 1 1 3 4 1 5 0                           2   14
   TEAM                                                                       4 4                                                 TEAM                                                                  6 3 9
   Totals..............                26 70      7     17 11 15         19 21 40 16 70 14 10 10               8 200              Totals..............                 25 69       1     5     7    11 15 23 38 18 58 14 19 5                    10 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-41 39.0%                 2nd Half: 10-29 34.5%            Game: 37.1%         DEADBALL                 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-34 38.2%                    2nd Half: 12-35 34.3%             Game: 36.2%          DEADBALL
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 6-12 50.0%                  2nd Half: 1-5 20.0%              Game: 41.2%         REBOUNDS                 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 0-1 0.0%                       2nd Half: 1-4 25.0%               Game: 20.0%          REBOUNDS
F Throw % 1st Half: 3-3 100%                    2nd Half: 8-12 66.7%             Game: 73.3%         0                        F Throw % 1st Half: 3-6 50.0%                      2nd Half: 4-5 80.0%               Game: 63.6%          3

Connecticut 12-1                         tot-fg  3-pt              rebounds                                                   Connecticut 13-1, 3-0                      tot-fg  3-pt      rebounds
## Player                              fg fga fg fga ft           fta
                                                                 of de tot pf tp a to blk                      s   min        ## Player                                fg fga fg fga ft             fta
                                                                                                                                                                                         of de tot pf tp a to blk                                 s   min
24 HOUSTON, Charde      f              10 18 0 0 3                 6
                                                                  0 8 8 2 23 2 4 2                             1   37         24 HOUSTON, Charde      f                 9 12 0 0 1                   3
                                                                                                                                                                                          0 2 2 2 19 0 1 0                                        3   22
41 MCLAREN, Kaili       f               3 7 0 0 0                  0
                                                                  3 2 5 2 6 1 1 0                              0   16         41 MCLAREN, Kaili       f                 1 4 0 0 0                    0
                                                                                                                                                                                          4 4 8 1 2 3 3 2                                         1   23
20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g                  2 11 0 5 0                 0
                                                                  2 3 5 1 4 6 1 0                              3   39         20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g                    5 11 4 8 3                   6
                                                                                                                                                                                          1 1 2 2 17 8 2 0                                        3   29
25 THOMAS, Mel          g               2 5 2 4 2                  2
                                                                  0 0 0 0 8 1 2 0                              1   28         25 THOMAS, Mel          g                 8 12 4 8 3                   3
                                                                                                                                                                                          0 3 3 1 23 1 0 1                                        0   25
32 GREENE, Kalana       g               3 9 0 2 0                  0
                                                                  0 2 2 1 6 3 3 0                              0   31         32 GREENE, Kalana       g                 3 4 0 0 2                    4
                                                                                                                                                                                          1 2 3 3 8 3 3 1                                         1   22
11 SWANIER, Ketia                       1 1 0 0 2                  2
                                                                  0 4 4 2 4 2 2 0                              2   19         02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah                      2 4 0 0 3                    3
                                                                                                                                                                                          0 3 3 0 7 0 1 0                                         2   11
31 CHARLES, Tina                        3 4 0 0 1                  4
                                                                  3 1 4 0 7 0 0 0                              0   11         11 SWANIER, Ketia                         1 4 0 2 0                    0
                                                                                                                                                                                          0 3 3 0 2 9 1 0                                         3   19
44 HUNTER, Brittany                     2 5 0 0 2                  3
                                                                  4 2 6 4 6 2 1 3                              0   19         13 FERNANDES, Jacquie                     0 1 0 0 0                    0
                                                                                                                                                                                          0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0                                         0    3
   TEAM                                                           3 7 10 1                                                    14 GARDLER, Meghan                        2 6 2 5 0         1 0 1 2 6 1 1 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                     0                                            0   17
   Totals..............                26 60      2     11 10 17 15 29 44 13 64 17 14 5                        7 200          31 CHARLES, Tina                          9 10 0 0 2                   4
                                                                                                                                                                                          2 10 12 2 20 2 0 2                                      0   21
                                                                                                                              51 KERNS, Cassie                          1 1 0 0 0         1 1 2 0 2 0 0 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                     0                                            0    8
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-29 37.9%                 2nd Half: 15-31 48.4%            Game: 43.3%         DEADBALL                    TEAM                                                     2 1 3
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-6 16.7%                   2nd Half: 1-5 20.0%              Game: 18.2%         REBOUNDS                    Totals..............                  41 69 10 23 14 23 12 30 42 14 106 28 12 7                                 13 200
F Throw % 1st Half: 6-10 60.0%                  2nd Half: 4-7 57.1%              Game: 58.8%         5
                                                                                                                              TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 23-35 65.7%                    2nd Half: 18-34 52.9%             Game: 59.4%          DEADBALL
Officials: Dee Kantner, Lisa Mattingly, Denise Brooks-Clauser                                                                 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-10 40.0%                     2nd Half: 6-13 46.2%              Game: 43.5%          REBOUNDS
Technical fouls: Tennessee-None. UConn Huskies-TEAM.                                                                          F Throw % 1st Half: 8-14 57.1%                     2nd Half: 6-9 66.7%               Game: 60.9%          2
Attendance: 16294
                                                                                                                              Officials: June Courteau, John Riordan, Michele St. Pierre
                                                                                                                              Technical fouls: Seton Hall-None. UConn Huskies-None.
Score by Periods                       1st            2nd        Total
                                                                                                                              Attendance: 9431
Tennessee                              41              29         70
UConn Huskies                          29              35         64                                                          Score by Periods                         1st             2nd         Total
                                                                                                                              Seton Hall                               29               29           58
                                                                                                                              UConn Huskies                            58               48          106
                     2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                                                                                                                                    35
                       1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                                                                                                    27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
      GAME #15               January 13, 2007                 Gampel Pavilion                 Storrs, Conn.                    GAME #16                January 15, 2007                  Carmichael Auditorium                      Chapel Hill, N.C.
                          SYRACUSE - 45                      #7/5 CONNECTICUT - 76                                                                #6/5 CONNECTICUT - 76                            #2/2 NORTH CAROLINA - 82
STORRS, Conn. (January 13, 2007) - The No. 7/5 University of Connecticut women’s basketball team overcame a                    CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (January 15, 2007) - The No. 6/5 University of Connecticut women’s basketball team overcame
sluggish start where it missed 10 of its first 11 shots before it went on a 15-0 run over the next six minutes en route to a   a 15-point deficit in the second half but fell just short as No. 2/2 North Carolina clipped the Huskies 82-76 on Monday night
76-45 BIG EAST victory over Syracuse on Saturday afternoon at Gampel Pavilion.                                                 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
With the win, UConn is now 14-1 and 4-0 in the BIG EAST on the season. UConn extends its winning streak over                         UConn is now 14-2 on the season while the Tar Heels improve to 20-0.
Syracuse to 15 consecutive games.                                                                                                    Sophomore Kalana Greene led the team and tied a career-best with 23 points, marking her 10th game in double-fig-
     Freshman Tina Charles had her second straight double-double with a career-high 19 rebounds and 14 points. Her             ure points this season. Junior Brittany Hunter (Columbus, Ohio) scored 10 points and pulled down nine rebounds while
19 rebounds were the most by a UConn player since Swin Cash pulled down 20 on February 20, 2001 vs. West Virginia-             junior Charde Houston also tallied 10 points.
a span of 206 games. Charles’ rebound total was also the highest total ever by a UConn freshman since Geno Auriemma                  Junior Mel Thomas tied the game early at 4-4 with a jumper. Greene scored under the basket off a quick inbound
became head coach in 1985.                                                                                                     pass from freshman Kaili McLaren with 14:16 on the clock.
     Sophomore Kalana Greene scored a career-high 23 points, her ninth game in double-figure points this season.                     Greene’s fade-away jump shot was good to get the Huskies to within six points at 14-8. Asteal by junior Ketia Swanier
     Junior Charde Houston finished with 11 points while sophomore Renee Montgomery rounded out the four players in            transitioned into a layup at 10:37 as Hunter hit along the baseline for two to make the score 20-15.
double-figure points with 10.                                                                                                        Swanier cut through two Tar Heel defenders in the lane to foe a pair at 7:24. Greene hit a reverse layup with 5:21
     Driving along the baseline, Greene grabbed the first points of the game for the Huskies at 2-2. Charles nailed two        remaining in the first half before Houston knocked down two free throws to close the North Carolina lead to five at 32-27.
free throws for the lead which they would not relinquish for the rest of the game.                                                   A North Carolina turnover led to a layup by sophomore Renee Montgomery at 5:21. Hunter dropped in two points to
     Montgomery cut off a Syracuse pass and dished to Greene for the layup at 14:24 up 11-4. Houston hit a jump shot           get the Huskies within one at 34-33.
on the next possession at 13-4.                                                                                                      North Carolina held a five-point halftime advantage despite committing over 20 turnovers in the opening 20 minutes.
     Junior Ketia Swanier knocked down a trey for a 22-10 advantage with 7:41 remaining in the first half. Montgomery          UConn shot 8-of-29 from the field to open the game before going 8-of-9 over the final 7:19 before intermission.
pulled up for a jumper just inside the three-point line for the 24-12 lead.                                                          Thomas opened the second half by draining a three-pointer at 18:22 to trim the margin to four at 45-41.
     A steal by freshman Meghan Gardler resulted in a basket for Charles at the other end of the court. Moments later,               North Carolina went on a 10-2 run over the next 4:23 to open its largest lead of the game at 60-45.
Swanier would swipe a steal of her own and pass to Charles who was waiting under the basket to go up 28-18.                          Houston and Greene responded for Connecticut with back-to-back buckets to trim the North Carolina advantage to
     In the closing seconds of the first half, Montgomery connected on two free throw attempts as UConn went into the          60-49 at 12:14 to begin a 25-10 UConn run over the next 8:06 to knot the game at 68-68 with 5:09 remaining.
locker room leading 34-20 at the halftime break.                                                                                     Greene scored eight points and Tina Charles added seven to spark the UConn rally.
     Junior Mel Thomas hit from beyond the arc less than a minute into the second half. Charles responded with a bas-                Greene also keyed the Huskies' on defense down the stretch with a steal that led to Montgomery converting on the
ket and a foul and converted on the subsequent free throw to increase the UConn advantage to 40-22 at 18:21.                   other end to give the Huskies their first lead of the game at 70-68 with 4:51 to play in the game.
     Houston hit over two Orange defenders in the post for a bucket for a 24-point lead with 14:07 on the clock. Houston             North Carolina battled back to reclaim the lead with a 3-pointer by North Carolina’s Ivory Latta with less than a minute
put up two more points in the paint at 57-33.                                                                                  in the game at 79-76 lead at the 1:01 mark.
     Charles laid one in off the glass after an offensive rebound with 7:49 on the clock. Houston added a three-point play           North Carolina would out-score UConn 6-0 over the final 2:11 to account for the final 82-76 margin.
with the bucket and free throw for a 64-38 lead. On the next possession, Montgomery charged down court and pulled up                 UConn falls to 1-2 versus ranked opponents this season. The Huskies are now 1-1 on ESPN2 this season and 24-
for a jumper just inside the free throw line.                                                                                  9 since the 2001-02 season.
     Greene came up with a steal and added two points after racing past the Syracuse defender at 4:11. Thomas’ attempt               Swanier finished the night with 10 points while shooting 5-of-6 from the field and handing out eight assists. Charles
from three-point range was good with 3:37 to play in the game and a 71-42 lead.                                                finished with nine points and a pair of blocks.
     With 17.7 seconds left in the game, freshman Jacquie Fernandes put the icing on the cake with two free throws as
the Huskies won 76-45.                                                                                                         Connecticut 14-2                          tot-fg  3-pt               rebounds
     Montgomery’s nine assists matched a career-high while Houston grabbed eight rebounds.                                     ## Player                               fg fga fg fga ft           of de tot pf tp a to blk
                                                                                                                                                                                                   fta                                          s   min
     UConn extends its winning streak versus non-ranked opponents to 194 consecutive games and improves to 71-2 at             24 HOUSTON, Charde      f                4 6 0 0 2                  2 2 4 4 10 2 7 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                    3                                           1   22
Gampel Pavilion over its last 73 games.                                                                                        31 CHARLES, Tina        c                4 7 0 0 1                  0 3 3 5 9 3 0 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                    1                                           0   13
                                                                                                                               20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g                   3 15 0 4 0                 0 1 1 3 6 3 1 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                    0                                           4   35
Syracuse 8-10, 2-3                       tot-fg  3-pt               rebounds                                                   25 THOMAS, Mel          g                2 9 1 5 1                   2
                                                                                                                                                                                                   3 2 5 5 6 3 1 0                              0   27
## Player                              fg fga fg fga ft            fta
                                                                  of de tot pf tp a to blk                      s   min        32 GREENE, Kalana       g                9 19 0 2 5                  8
                                                                                                                                                                                                   1 3 4 4 23 2 4 1                             5   40
32 MICHAEL, Nicole      f               3 9 0 3 4                   5
                                                                   2 4 6 4 10 1 9 1                             1   28         02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah                     0 0 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                              0    3
44 LISNERE, Lina        f               0 3 0 0 1                   2
                                                                   1 7 8 1 1 1 3 0                              0   21         11 SWANIER, Ketia                        5 6 0 1 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                   0 2 2 1 10 8 4 0                             2   31
14 SIPAVICIUTE, Vaida c                 3 9 0 1 6                   6
                                                                   3 3 6 1 12 0 1 1                             0   37         14 GARDLER, Meghan                       1 1 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                   0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0                              0    5
03 JOHNSON, Cintia      g               3 9 0 1 4                   7
                                                                   0 4 4 1 10 4 6 0                             1   39         41 MCLAREN, Kaili                        0 1 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                   1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0                              1    6
20 GOODWIN, Fantasia g                  4 11 3 6 0                  0
                                                                  0 1 1 1 11 0 1 0                              1   26         44 HUNTER, Brittany                      4 7 0 0 2                   4
                                                                                                                                                                                                   2 7 9 2 10 0 0 1                             1   18
04 MCMILLEN, Ashley                     0 4 0 3 0                   0
                                                                   0 3 3 0 0 1 3 0                              0   28            TEAM                                                             2      2          1
10 VARA, Roz                            0 0 0 0 1                   2
                                                                   1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0                              0    3            Totals..............                 32 71       1     12 11 18 11 21 32 25 76 22 18 4                        14 200
13 BOIDOCK, Anne Marie                  0 0 0 0 0                  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                    0                                           0    2
22 COVINGTON, Cassondra                    0 1 0 1                  0
                                                                   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                              0    0 2       TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-38 42.1%                  2nd Half: 16-33 48.5%             Game: 45.1%          DEADBALL
33 RILEY, Mary Joe                      0 5 0 3 0                   0
                                                                   0 1 1 3 0 1 0 0                              0   14         3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 0-5 0.0%                     2nd Half: 1-7 14.3%               Game: 8.3%           REBOUNDS
   TEAM                                                            5 3 8             1                                         F Throw % 1st Half: 4-9 44.4%                    2nd Half: 7-9 77.8%               Game: 61.1%          5,1
   Totals..............                13 51       3     18 16 22 12 26 38 12 45 8 24 2                         3 200
                                                                                                                               North Carolina 20-0                       tot-fg  3-pt               rebounds
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 6-22 27.3%                   2nd Half: 7-29 24.1%             Game: 25.5%         DEADBALL                 ## Player                               fg fga fg fga ft            fta
                                                                                                                                                                                                  of de tot pf tp a to blk                      s   min
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-5 20.0%                    2nd Half: 2-13 15.4%             Game: 16.7%         REBOUNDS                 02 Larkins, Erlana               f       6 9 0 0 3                   6
                                                                                                                                                                                                  7 9 16 4 15 5 4 1                             1   25
F Throw % 1st Half: 7-11 63.6%                   2nd Half: 9-11 81.8%             Game: 72.7%         3                        20 Little, Camille               f       5 11 0 1 3                  5
                                                                                                                                                                                                  4 5 9 2 13 5 4 0                              2   35
                                                                                                                               30 Pringle, LaToya               c       7 10 0 0 4                1 5 6 4 18 0 3 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                    4                                           1   26
Connecticut 14-1, 4-0                        tot-fg  3-pt           rebounds                                                   12 Latta, Ivory                  g       4 13 2 5 4                  6
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0 3 3 3 14 1 8 0                              1   38
## Player                              fg     fga fg fga ft        fta
                                                                  of de tot pf tp a to blk                      s   min        32 McCants, Rashanda             g       2 5 1 3 1                   4
                                                                                                                                                                                                  1 4 5 1 6 3 5 1                               0   26
24 HOUSTON, Charde      f               5      14 0 0 1             1
                                                                   2 6 8 3 11 3 1 0                             4   28         11 Miller, Alex                          1 6 0 2 3                   4
                                                                                                                                                                                                  1 1 2 2 5 3 2 0                               1   24
31 CHARLES, Tina        c               5       8 0 0 4             5
                                                                   7 12 19 1 14 1 4 5                           3   33         14 Claytor, Heather                      2 4 1 3 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                   0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0                              0    9
20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g                  4      12 0 5 2             2
                                                                   1 3 4 3 10 9 2 0                             1   33         21 McFarland, Iman                       2 4 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  1 0 1 2 4 0 0 0                               0   11
25 THOMAS, Mel          g               2       5 2 5 0             0
                                                                   2 1 3 1 6 0 0 0                              0   34         51 Breland, Jessica                      1 1 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0 2 2 0 2 0 0 0                               0    6
32 GREENE, Kalana       g              11      22 0 4 1            2 3 5 4 23 3 1 0
                                                                    2                                           5   25            TEAM                                                             1 1 2
02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah                    0       1 0 0 0             0
                                                                   0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0                              0    8            Totals..............                 30 63       4     14 18 29 16 30 46 18 82 17 26 5                        6 200
11 SWANIER, Ketia                       1       6 1 4 2            0 2 2 2 5 4 2 0
                                                                    2                                           3   22
13 FERNANDES, Jacquie                   0       0 0 0 2             2
                                                                   0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1                              0    3         TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 15-31 48.4%                  2nd Half: 15-32 46.9%             Game: 47.6%          DEADBALL
14 GARDLER, Meghan                      2       5 1 4 0             0
                                                                   0 1 1 0 5 0 2 1                              0    9         3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-6 16.7%                    2nd Half: 3-8 37.5%               Game: 28.6%          REBOUNDS
51 KERNS, Cassie                        0       0 0 0 0             0
                                                                   0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0                              0    5         F Throw % 1st Half: 10-17 58.8%                  2nd Half: 8-12 66.7%              Game: 62.1%          6
   TEAM                                                            3 1 4
   Totals..............                30 73       4     22 12 14 17 29 46 17 76 21 13 7                       16 200          Officials: Eric Brewton, Bryan Enterline, Dee Kantner
                                                                                                                               Technical fouls: Connecticut-None. North Carolina-None.
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-36 38.9%                  2nd Half: 16-37 43.2%            Game: 41.1%         DEADBALL                 Attendance: 7853
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-13 7.7%                    2nd Half: 3-9 33.3%              Game: 18.2%         REBOUNDS
F Throw % 1st Half: 5-6 83.3%                    2nd Half: 7-8 87.5%              Game: 85.7%         2                        Score by Periods                        1st             2nd        Total
                                                                                                                               Connecticut                             36               40         76
Officials: Tina Napier, John Palermo, Rita E. Roach                                                                            North Carolina                          41               41         82
Technical fouls: Syracuse-None. UConn Huskies-None.
Attendance: 9833

Score by Periods                       1st             2nd        Total
Syracuse                               20               25         45
UConn Huskies                          34               42         76
                     2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                                                                                                                                   36
                       1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                                                                                                   27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
GAME #17              January 17, 2007                 Dunkin’ Donuts Center                     Providence, R.I.             GAME #18                January 21, 2007                  Madison Square Garden                        New York, N.Y.
                        #6/5 CONNECTICUT - 96                             PROVIDENCE - 53                                                                 #6/5 CONNECTICUT - 84                            ST. JOHN’S - 63
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (January 17, 2007) - Six players scored in double-figure points for the first time in 94 games to            NEW YORK, N.Y. (January 21, 2007) - Mel Thomas tied her career-high with five three-pointers, all in the first half, to
lead the No. 6/5 women's basketball team to a 96-53 victory over BIG EAST opponent Providence College at the Dunkin'          lead the University of Connecticut to a 84-63 win over BIG EAST foe St. John's on Sunday afternoon at Madison Square
Donuts Center in Providence on Wednesday night.                                                                               Garden.
     The Huskies extended their winning streak to 22 straight games over Providence, a streak that dates back to the 93-            The Huskies, who were making their Madison Square Garden debut, improve to 16-2 overall and remain a perfect
94 season.                                                                                                                    6-0 in conference play. St. John's falls to 5-12 and 0-6 in the BIG EAST. Connecticut continues their winning streak to 23
     Connecticut improves to 15-2 overall and remains a perfect 5-0 in BIG EAST play. While Providence drops to 12-6          games over the Red Storm, dating back to the 1992-93 season.
on the year and 2-3 in BIG EAST games.                                                                                              Thomas finished the contest with 19 points and three assists. Kalana Greene , Renee Montgomery and Tina Charles
     The Huskies shot a season high .686 from the field in the first half, converting on 24 of 35 attempts. Sophomore         joined Thomas in double figure points. Greene poured in 14 points and swiped two steals. Montgomery added 15 points
Kalana Greene poured in all 12 of her points in that 1st half. Freshman Tina Charles and Renee Montgomery would also          on 6-of-10 shooting and Charles in her homecoming chipped in 15 points and pulled down six rebounds.
join Greene's double-figure effort in the first half. Montgomery posted 11 points in the half, while Charles dropped in 17.         UConn pulled away early behind three 3-pointers by Thomas in a span of 1:04 early in the first half. The Huskies
Charles finished the contest with 18 points to lead all Connecticut scorers.                                                  would build on that run and lead by 13 going into the break at 37-24.
     UConn took control of the game by stringing together a 13-2 run midway through the first and then out-scored                   In the second half Connecticut jumped out with a 9-0 run through the first 4:06 to up its margin to 46-24. The Huskies
Providence 11-0 over the final 1:55 in that half.                                                                             would go on to out-score St. John's by 12 in the final 20 minutes to secure the 21-point victory.
     Joining Greene, Charles and Montgomery in double-figures were three other Huskies. Junior Mel Thomas scored 17                 Junior Charde Houston pulled in nine rebounds and blocked four shots. With her second block of the game she
points including five three-point baskets, moving her into ninth place all-time at UConn in that category. Ketia Swanier      became the seventh UConn player ever to record 100 blocks, 100 steals and 100 assists in a career. Ketia Swanier also
added 14 points, three assists and three steals, while freshman Kaili McLaren scored 10 points.                               contributed to the UConn offense with eight assists.
     UConn led the contest by as many as 45 points in the second half. Providence's final lead would end with 17:59                 Kia Wright led St. John's in scoring with a 19 point performance, she was also 11 for 12 at the free throw line. Monique
remaining in the first half.                                                                                                  McLean dropped in 17 points, while Tiina Sten added 14. Wright scored her 1,000th career point during the game's first
     Providence's Chelsea Marandola led all scorers in the contest with 19 points on 9-16 from the field. Marandola was       half.
the only Friar to reach double-figure scoring. Kendria Holmes had a team high five assists to help out the Providence
offense.                                                                                                                      Connecticut 16-2, 6-0                     tot-fg  3-pt               rebounds
                                                                                                                              ## Player                               fg fga fg fga ft           of de tot pf tp a to blk
                                                                                                                                                                                                  fta                                          s   min
Connecticut 15-2, 5-0                        tot-fg  3-pt                  rebounds                                           24 HOUSTON, Charde      f                2 2 0 0 1                   4
                                                                                                                                                                                                  4 5 9 3 5 2 2 4                              2   28
## Player                              fg     fga fg fga ft        fta    of de tot pf tp a to           blk   s   min        31 CHARLES, Tina        c                5 8 0 0 5                   7
                                                                                                                                                                                                  4 2 6 2 15 0 1 1                             0   18
20 MONTGOMERY, Renee *                  5      7 0 1 2              5     0 1 1 0 12 6 1                  0    6   26         20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g                   6 10 3 5 0                  0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  1 4 5 3 15 2 5 0                             2   28
24 HOUSTON, Charde      *               2       4 0 0 1             1     2 5 7 1 5 1 2                   1    0   23         25 THOMAS, Mel          g                5 15 5 14 4                 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                  1 1 2 0 19 3 1 0                             2   37
25 THOMAS, Mel          *               6      10 5 9 0             0     0 4 4 0 17 0 0                  0    0   22         32 GREENE, Kalana       g                6 11 0 1 2                  2
                                                                                                                                                                                                  1 1 2 4 14 2 3 0                             2   23
31 CHARLES, Tina        *               7       9 0 0 4             6     1 3 4 0 18 0 1                  0    0   18         02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah                     2 3 0 1 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0 1 1 2 4 0 2 0                              0    7
32 GREENE, Kalana       *               6       9 0 0 0             0     3 2 5 2 12 1 2                  0    2   22         11 SWANIER, Ketia                        3 5 0 1 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0 2 2 1 6 8 1 0                              3   21
02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah                    2      3 0 0 2              2     0 2 2 0 6 1 0                   0    1   14         13 FERNANDES, Jacquie                    0 0 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0                              0    3
11 SWANIER, Ketia                       6      10 0 2 2             2     0 3 3 1 14 3 2                  0    3   21         14 GARDLER, Meghan                       0 3 0 2 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  1 1 2 1 0 0 2 0                              0    9
13 FERNANDES, Jacquie                   0       0 0 0 0             0     1 0 1 1 0 0 1                   0    0   13         41 MCLAREN, Kaili                        1 1 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  1 5 6 2 2 0 1 1                              0   13
14 GARDLER, Meghan                      0       1 0 1 0             1     0 5 5 2 0 1 1                   0    0   15         44 HUNTER, Brittany                      2 5 0 0 0                   1
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0 1 1 0 4 0 0 0                              0    8
41 MCLAREN, Kaili                       5       6 0 0 0             0     2 0 2 3 10 1 1                  1    0   12         51 KERNS, Cassie                         0 0 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0                              0    5
44 HUNTER, Brittany                     1       2 0 0 0             2     0 0 0 0 2 0 0                   0    0    4            TEAM                                                                 4 4
51 KERNS, Cassie                        0       1 0 0 0             0     0 2 2 1 0 0 0                   0    0   10            Totals..............                 32 63       8     24 12 18 13 27 40 19 84 20 19 6                        11 200
   TEAM                                                                       1 1
   Totals..............                40 62      5     13 11 19          9 28 37 11 96 14 11             2 12 200            TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 15-37 40.5%                  2nd Half: 17-26 65.4%             Game: 50.8%          DEADBALL
                                                                                                                              3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 6-17 35.3%                   2nd Half: 2-7 28.6%               Game: 33.3%          REBOUNDS
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 24-35 68.6%                 2nd Half: 16-27 59.3%            Game: 64.5%         DEADBALL                 F Throw % 1st Half: 1-5 20.0%                    2nd Half: 11-13 84.6%             Game: 66.7%          5
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-5 40.0%                   2nd Half: 3-8 37.5%              Game: 38.5%         REBOUNDS
F Throw % 1st Half: 7-13 53.8%                  2nd Half: 4-6 66.7%              Game: 57.9%         5                        St. John’s 5-12, 1-5                      tot-fg  3-pt        rebounds
                                                                                                                              ## Player                               fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blk                            s   min
Providence 12-6, 2-3                         tot-fg  3-pt                  rebounds                                           13 STEN, Tiina                   f       6 15 1 4 1 2 0 3 3 2 14 0 5 0                                           0   38
## Player                              fg     fga fg fga ft        fta    of de tot pf tp a to blk             s   min        45 TATE, Angel                   f       3 9 0 0 1 1 5 2 7 0 7 0 1 0                                             1   26
02 BAUGH, Kristina              *       1      3 0 1 1              2     0 0 0 2 3 0 3 0                      1   18         12 WRIGHT, Kia                   g       4 16 0 3 11 12 2 2 4 2 19 5 6 0                                         5   35
10 MARANDOLA, Chelsea           *       9      16 1 5 0             0     1 0 1 1 19 2 2 0                     2   34         20 MCLEAN, Monique               g       5 14 1 6 6 6 2 4 6 2 17 3 3 0                                           2   37
11 LORENC, Aga                  *       1       1 0 0 0             0     0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0                      0    5         32 ROTOLO, Nikki Jo              g       1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 2 0 2 0                                             0   14
21 BOVE, Catherine              *       2      7 0 2 4              4     0 4 4 1 8 3 0 0                      1   33         22 PATTERSON, Allie                      0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                                             0    6
33 COURNOYER, Emily             *       2       5 0 0 2             2     0 3 3 4 6 1 1 2                      0   25         24 CURTIS, Charisse                      0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                                             0    6
03 ETHERIDGE, Ashley                    0      0 0 0 0              0     0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0                      0    1         25 MCCORVEY, Joy                         2 7 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 3 4 0 2 0                                             0   24
20 HOLMES, Kendria                      1      9 0 3 0              2     0 3 3 2 2 5 5 0                      0   29         52 MITCHELL, Recee                       0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 4 0 2 0 0                                             0   14
24 SNYDER, Shauna                       3       8 1 2 0             0     0 1 1 1 7 0 2 0                      1   26              TEAM                                                    4 3 7
50 HOWARD, Danielle                     1      1 0 0 0              0     2 0 2 1 2 0 1 0                      0    9              Totals..............               21 64 2 14 19 23 17 19 36 14 63 10 19 0                                  8 200
55 CLARK, Jessica                       2      4 0 0 0              0     1 0 1 4 4 0 0 0                      0   20
   TEAM                                                                   1 5 6              1                                TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 8-29 27.6%                   2nd Half: 13-35 37.1%             Game: 32.8%          DEADBALL
   Totals..............                22 54      2     13    7    10     5 16 21 18 53 12 17 2                5 200          3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 0-6 0.0%                     2nd Half: 2-8 25.0%               Game: 14.3%          REBOUNDS
                                                                                                                              F Throw % 1st Half: 8-10 80.0%                   2nd Half: 11-13 84.6%             Game: 82.6%          3
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-28 50.0%                 2nd Half: 8-26 30.8%             Game: 40.7%         DEADBALL
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-6 33.3%                   2nd Half: 0-7 0.0%               Game: 15.4%         REBOUNDS                 Officials: Jack Rearon, Cameron Inouye, Rachele Jones
F Throw % 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%                    2nd Half: 7-10 70.0%             Game: 70.0%         2                        Technical fouls: Connecticut-None. St. John's-None.
                                                                                                                              Attendance: 11716
Officials: Sally Bell, Janice Aliberti, Sue Blauch
Technical fouls: #6/5 Connecticut-None. Providence-None.                                                                      Score by Periods                        1st             2nd        Total
Attendance: 2565                                                                                                              Connecticut                             37               47         84
                                                                                                                              St. John's                              24               39         63
Score by Periods                       1st            2nd         Total
#6/5 Connecticut                       57              39          96
Providence                             30              23          53
                      2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                                                                                                                                     37
                       1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                                                                                                      27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
      GAME #19               January 24, 2007                  Gampel Pavilion                 Storrs, Conn.                            GAME #20               January 27, 2007                    Gampel Pavilion                Storrs, Conn.
                            DEPAUL - 76                       #7/5 CONNECTICUT - 88                                                                        NOTRE DAME - 47                         #7/5 CONNECTICUT - 64
STORRS, Conn. (January 24, 2007) - Sophomore Kalana Greene had her third double-double of the season with a                     STORRS, Conn. (January 27, 2007) - Freshman Tina Charles’ nine blocks tied the UConn single-game record
career-high 25 points and 12 rebounds to lead the No. 7/5 University of Connecticut women’s basketball team to an 88-           matching Rebecca Lobo and Kelly Schumacher as the No. 7/5 University of Connecticut women’s basketball team
76 victory over BIG EAST foe DePaul on Wednesday night at Gampel Pavilion.                                                      defeated Notre Dame 64-47 in front of a sellout crowd of 10,167 on Saturday night at Gampel Pavilion.
UConn improves to 17-2 and 7-0 in the BIG EAST, while DePaul falls to 13-7 and 3-4 in the conference.                                 Her nine blocks also is the most recorded by a freshman in BIG EAST conference history surpassing the previous
      UConn’s win tonight allowed the team to put together its second winning streak of three games or more this season.        record of eight by Kara Wolters (Connecticut) and Vaida Sipavicuite (Syracuse).
The Huskies have won five of their last six games overall.                                                                            Charles also finished with 12 points and 10 rebounds, coming just short of becoming only the second UConn player
      Junior Charde Houston finished with 19 points and a career-high seven assists. Freshman Tina Charles and junior           since Laura Lishness to put together a triple-double. Lishness posted 14 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists on March 5,
Brittany Hunter each scored 11 points in the win.                                                                               1989 versus Providence.
      UConn opened the contest scoring the first six points of the game as Charles took advantage of a mismatch in the                With the victory, UConn moves to 18-2 on the season and a perfect 8-0 in the BIG EAST. Notre Dame falls to 13-7
post for two points less than 30 seconds in. Houston drove through the lane for a basket to put the Huskies up 10-7 with        and 4-3 in conference play. The Huskies have won six of their last seven games overall and have won each of the past
15:16 on the clock. DePaul’s Allie Quigley tied up the game at 10-10 with a layup, but Greene responded with two free           four meetings with Notre Dame.
throws to put UConn back on top.                                                                                                      UConn is 10-1 at home all-time against Notre Dame and tonight’s win marks the 699th in the history of the UConn
      Greene connected from beyond the arc at 13:08 to go up 15-12. China Threatt’s attempt from three-point range tied         women’s basketball program.
the game again at 17-17, but junior Mel Thomas nailed a 3-pointer of her own just eight seconds later on the following                Sophomore Kalana Greene’s 10 points extended her streak of games with double-figure points to six straight.
possession to regain the lead.                                                                                                        Sophomore Renee Montgomery gave the Huskies their first lead of the contest at 4-2 after driving along the base-
      Hunter laid in two off the glass for a four-point lead with 6:27 left in the first half. UConn went on a 10-0 run which   line for a bucket. Junior Charde Houston hit two free throws to put UConn up 12-8 with 11:26 on the clock. Notre Dame
included a steal by junior Ketia Swanier that Hunter finished for a bucket at the other end.                                    kept the game close at 12-11 when Crystal Erwin hit on a 3-pointer.
      The Huskies went into the locker room at the halftime break holding a 42-34 advantage.                                          Junior Ketia Swanier knocked down a trey a few moments later to add to the UConn lead at 17-12. Sophomore Kaili
      Greene drove along the baseline to put the Huskies up 50-41 at the 16:18 mark to open the second half. Thomas hit         McLaren tacked on two more points scoring in the paint at the 7:05 mark. Junior Mel Thomas (Cincinnati, Ohio) connected
back-to-back 3-pointers to give UConn a 62-47 edge with 12:21 on the clock.                                                     from beyond the arc with less than five minutes to go in the half to give the Huskies an eight-point advantage at 24-16.
      Hunter fought under the basket for two points to finish off a 22-8 run the put the Huskies up 64-47. Swanier found the          Thomas hit again from 3-point range this time with 2:17 remaining to stay ahead at 27-21. The Huskies held a 29-23
bottom of the net for a 3-pointer with 10:36 to go in the game.                                                                 lead heading into the locker room at halftime after holding the Irish without a field goal over the final 3:17 of half.
      Houston completed a three-point play after being fouled on a jumper to go up 74-59. DePaul fought back to make it               Charles began the second half with a bucket less than 30 seconds in after fighting off two Notre Dame defenders
a five point game with 2:05 to go, but Houston answered back with a jumper to maintain a 78-71 advantage.                       under the basket. McLaren hit a jumper with 12:41 on the clock which junior Brittany Hunter followed up with two points
      Connecticut close out the game with a 10-5 run to account for the final margin.                                           of her own on the very next possession to take a 14-point lead at 44-30.
                                                                                                                                      Thomas drilled her third 3-pointer of the night with 9:45 left to play in the game. Greene then followed up with a base-
DePaul 13-7, 3-4                          tot-fg  3-pt                  rebounds                                                line jumper for a 49-34 edge. Charles hit in the lane for two points off a dish from Houston to cap off a 17-8 run by the
## Player                               fg fga fg fga ft            fta
                                                                      of de tot pf tp a to blk                   s   min        Huskies over a seven-minute span.
23 SMITH, Caprice               f        9 12 1 4 0                  0 0 2 2 5 19 0 5 0                          1   28               Two free throws by McLaren with 1:21 to go sealed the game as the Huskies went on to win by a final score of 64-47.
01 QUIGLEY, Sam                 g        1 5 0 2 2                   4 2 4 6 4 4 3 3 0                           1   26               Houston posted nine points and 10 rebounds while Thomas also recorded nine points in the win. Montgomery fin-
03 RUBINO, Jenna                g        6 17 2 6 1                  2 2 2 4 5 15 1 4 0                          2   33         ished with eight points.
14 QUIGLEY, Allie               g        7 12 2 5 0                  02 6 8 2 16 3 3 2                           1   35               UConn extends its homecourt winning streak versus non-ranked opponents to 196 consecutive games. The Huskies
22 MITIDIERO, Missy             g        2 7 1 6 0                   00 2 2 2 5 5 0 0                            3   34         have now won six of their last seven games overall.
12 THREATT, China                        7 9 1 1 0                   0 0 2 2 2 15 3 2 1                          0   29
33 MEDLEY, Holly                         1 6 0 3 0                   0 2 1 3 0 2 1 0 0                           0   15         Notre Dame 13-7, 4-3                      tot-fg  3-pt                   rebounds
   TEAM                                                                3 2 5                                                    ## Player                               fg fga fg fga ft               of de tot pf tp a to blk
                                                                                                                                                                                                     fta                                         s   min
   Totals..............                33 68       7     27    3    6 11 21 32 20 76 16 17 3                     8 200          23 SMITH, Caprice                f       9 12 1 4 0                   0 0 2 2 5 19 0 5 0                         1   28
                                                                                                                                01 QUIGLEY, Sam                  g       1 5 0 2 2                    4 2 4 6 4 4 3 3 0                          1   26
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-34 41.2%                  2nd Half: 19-34 55.9%             Game: 48.5%         DEADBALL                 03 RUBINO, Jenna                 g       6 17 2 6 1                   2 2 2 4 5 15 1 4 0                         2   33
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-13 23.1%                   2nd Half: 4-14 28.6%              Game: 25.9%         REBOUNDS                 14 QUIGLEY, Allie                g       7 12 2 5 0                   02 6 8 2 16 3 3 2                          1   35
F Throw % 1st Half: 3-6 50.0%                    2nd Half: 0-0 0.0%                Game: 50.0%         3                        22 MITIDIERO, Missy              g       2 7 1 6 0                    00 2 2 2 5 5 0 0                           3   34
                                                                                                                                12 THREATT, China                        7 9 1 1 0                    0 0 2 2 2 15 3 2 1                         0   29
Connecticut 17-2, 7-0                     tot-fg  3-pt              rebounds                                                    33 MEDLEY, Holly                         1 6 0 3 0                    0 2 1 3 0 2 1 0 0                          0   15
## Player                               fg fga fg fga ft          of de tot pf tp a to blk
                                                                    fta                                          s   min            TEAM                                                                3 2 5
24 HOUSTON, Charde      f                7 10 0 0 5                  8
                                                                   1 6 7 3 19 7 2 0                              2   26             Totals..............                33 68       7     27   3     6 11 21 32 20 76 16 17 3                    8 200
31 CHARLES, Tina        c                5 9 0 0 1                 5 2 7 1 11 0 3 2
                                                                     2                                           1   20
20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g                   3 7 0 3 0                   1
                                                                   0 1 1 2 6 1 2 0                               0   20         TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-34 41.2%                  2nd Half: 19-34 55.9%             Game: 48.5%          DEADBALL
25 THOMAS, Mel          g                3 8 3 8 0                   0
                                                                   0 5 5 0 9 3 1 1                               1   40         3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-13 23.1%                   2nd Half: 4-14 28.6%              Game: 25.9%          REBOUNDS
32 GREENE, Kalana       g                9 17 1 2 6                  8
                                                                   6 6 12 0 25 1 2 0                             3   40         F Throw % 1st Half: 3-6 50.0%                    2nd Half: 0-0 0.0%                Game: 50.0%          3
11 SWANIER, Ketia                        2 6 1 3 2                 0 0 0 1 7 4 2 0
                                                                     2                                           3   27
41 MCLAREN, Kaili                        0 4 0 1 0                   0
                                                                   1 3 4 1 0 0 3 0                               0    9         Connecticut 18-2, 8-0                     tot-fg  3-pt               rebounds
44 HUNTER, Brittany                      3 4 0 0 5                   6
                                                                   3 1 4 1 11 0 2 1                              2   18         ## Player                               fg fga fg fga ft             fta
                                                                                                                                                                                                   of de tot pf tp a to blk                      s   min
   TEAM                                                            2      2                                                     24 HOUSTON, Charde      f                7 10 0 0 5                   8
                                                                                                                                                                                                    1 6 7 3 19 7 2 0                             2   26
   Totals..............                32 65       5     17 19 27 18 24 42 9 88 16 17 4                         12 200          31 CHARLES, Tina        c                5 9 0 0 1                    2
                                                                                                                                                                                                    5 2 7 1 11 0 3 2                             1   20
                                                                                                                                20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g                   3 7 0 3 0                  0 1 1 2 6 1 2 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                      1                                          0   20
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-36 44.4%                  2nd Half: 16-29 55.2%             Game: 49.2%         DEADBALL                 25 THOMAS, Mel          g                3 8 3 8 0                    0
                                                                                                                                                                                                    0 5 5 0 9 3 1 1                              1   40
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-9 22.2%                    2nd Half: 3-8 37.5%               Game: 29.4%         REBOUNDS                 32 GREENE, Kalana       g                9 17 1 2 6                   8
                                                                                                                                                                                                    6 6 12 0 25 1 2 0                            3   40
F Throw % 1st Half: 8-10 80.0%                   2nd Half: 11-17 64.7%             Game: 70.4%         2                        11 SWANIER, Ketia                        2 6 1 3 2                    2
                                                                                                                                                                                                    0 0 0 1 7 4 2 0                              3   27
                                                                                                                                41 MCLAREN, Kaili                        0 4 0 1 0                  1 3 4 1 0 0 3 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                      0                                          0    9
Officials: Wesley Dean, Kathleen Lynch, Art Bomengen                                                                            44 HUNTER, Brittany                      3 4 0 0 5                  3 1 4 1 11 0 2 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                      6                                          2   18
Technical fouls: DePaul-None. UConn Huskies-None.                                                                                  TEAM                                                             2      2
Attendance: 9459                                                                                                                   Totals..............                 32 65       5     17 19 27 18 24 42 9 88 16 17 4                         12 200

Score by Periods                       1st             2nd         Total                                                        TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-36 44.4%                  2nd Half: 16-29 55.2%             Game: 49.2%          DEADBALL
DePaul                                 34               42          76                                                          3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-9 22.2%                    2nd Half: 3-8 37.5%               Game: 29.4%          REBOUNDS
UConn Huskies                          42               46          88                                                          F Throw % 1st Half: 8-10 80.0%                   2nd Half: 11-17 64.7%             Game: 70.4%          2

                                                                                                                                Officials: Wesley Dean, Kathleen Lynch, Art Bomengen
                                                                                                                                Technical fouls: DePaul-None. UConn Huskies-None.
                                                                                                                                Attendance: 9459

                                                                                                                                Score by Periods                        1st             2nd         Total
                                                                                                                                DePaul                                  34               42          76
                                                                                                                                UConn Huskies                           42               46          88
                     2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                                                                                                                                    38
                       1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                                                                                                    27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
    GAME #21              January 30, 2007                   Fifth Third Arena              Cincinnati, Ohio                       GAME #22               February 3, 2007                  Al McGuire Center                  Milwaukee, Wis.
                         #6/5 CONNECTICUT - 70                            CINCINNATI - 60                                                           #6/5 CONNECTICUT - 52                            #16/18 MARQUETTE - 48
CINCINNATI, Ohio (January 30, 2007) - Fueled by sophomore Kalana Greene’s 20 points, the No. 6/5 University of                 MILWAUKEE, Wis. (February 3, 2007) - Freshman Tina Charles had her seventh double-double of the season with
Connecticut women’s basketball team earned the program’s 700th win with a 70-60 victory over BIG EAST foe Cincinnati           a season-high 20 points and 14 rebounds as the No. 6/5 University of Connecticut held off a late second-half surge from
on Tuesday night at Fifth Third Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio.                                                                     No. 16/18 Marquette on Saturday night for a 52-48 win at the Al McGuire Center in Milwaukee, Wisc.
UConn is now the 18th team in NCAA Division I women’s basketball program to achieve 700 wins.                                  UConn moves to 20-2 on the season and stays a perfect 10-0 in the BIG EAST. Marquette drops to 19-4 and 7-3 in the
     UConn improves to 19-2 and remains perfect at 9-0 in the BIG EAST. Cincinnati falls to 12-9 and 3-6 in the conference.    conference.
     Tonight’s game marked UConn’s first-ever appearance in Cincinnati. The Huskies are now 7-1 on the road this sea-                Tonight’s win marked UConn’s 20th of the season and marked the 14th consecutive season and the 18th time in the
son and have won 62 of their last 70 road games dating back to February 2001.                                                  program’s history – all under UConn head coach Geno Auriemma.
     Greene’s 20 points extended her streak of games with double-figure points to seven consecutive and marked her                   UConn extended its winning streak to seven consecutive games following tonight’s win – it’s second-longest such
16th such game this season. Junior Mel Thomas (Cincinnati, Ohio) and sophomore Renee Montgomery (St. Albans,                   streak of the season. UConn has now won eight of its last nine games overall.
W.Va.) each finished with 14 points, marking Thomas’ 10th game in double-figure points this season and the 15th of the               Charles is now tied with Tamika Williams for the most double-doubles by a UConn freshman since 1997-98 when
season for Montgomery.                                                                                                         Williams also registered seven. Sophomore Renee Montgomery collected 12 points for her 15th game in double-figures
     The Bearcats jumped out to a 6-0 lead to begin the contest, but a 19-0 run over the next 4:10 by the Huskies saw          this season.
UConn taking a 19-6 advantage. The run was highlighted by a deep 3-pointer from Montgomery and a jumper on the                       Charles got the first bucket of the night less than 30 seconds into the contest after a feed from freshman Kaili
wing by Greene.                                                                                                                McLaren. Charles ended a 4:30 scoring drought for the Huskies with two points in the paint with Marquette leading 7-4.
     Montgomery drove through the lane untouched for two points at the 11-minute mark before freshman Kaili McLaren                  Junior Mel Thomas drained a 3-pointer to tie things up at 11-11 after a steal by junior Charde Houston. Charles scored
nailed two from the stripe to put UConn up 23-10. Greene got another basket with 3:41 on the clock before Thomas hit           off a no-look pass from junior Ketia Swanier (Columbus, Ga.) in the paint that fueled a 16-4 run by the Huskies for an 18-
from beyond the arc for a 13-point advantage at 34-21.                                                                         11 advantage.
     With less than a minute remaining in the first half, freshman Tina Charles fought in the post for a bucket. The Huskies         Thomas connected for her second trey of the game to extend UConn’s lead by 10 at 23-13. Swanier came up with
owned a 38-26 edge going into the halftime break. UConn was a perfect 9-of-9 from the free throw line in the opening 20        a steal which resulted in a layup for Charles at the 4:42 mark. Houston laid in two off the glass in the final 30 seconds of
minutes.                                                                                                                       the first half which allowed UConn to own a 31-20 lead going into the halftime break.
     Thomas knocked down her third 3-pointer of the night with 18:16 on the clock for a 43-32 lead. On the ensuing pos-              UConn limited Marquette to its lowest point total in any half this season as it held the Golden Eagles to 20 first-half
session, Charles sealed off a Bearcat defender for a basket after a quick pass from Montgomery.                                points and UConn’s 11-point halftime margin was the largest Marquette has faced this season.
     Cincinnati trimmed the UConn lead to seven points at 45-38 by out-scoring the Huskies 19-10 over the opening 5:34               Montgomery opened the second half 1:27 in with a jumper to add to the UConn lead at 35-23. Junior Brittany Hunter
of the second half before Greene converted for two on a layup at 13:31 to go up by nine at 47-38.                              had a steal which Greene converted for two points in the lane off the fast break with 14:43 to go at 39-29.
     Junior Ketia Swanier ended a 10-0 run by Cincinnati with a long-range jumper to stay ahead at 55-52 but a layup by              Charles hit under the basket to end an 11-4 run by the Golden Eagles to remain ahead 41-35. Montgomery com-
the Bearcats cut the lead again to just one point.                                                                             pleted the three-point play after being fouled while driving to the basket to go up 50-43 with 3:28 left in the game.
     Cincinnati took its first lead since 6-0 with two free throws to move ahead 56-55. UConn regained the lead after the            Marquette followed with a 5-0 run to close to within 50-48 with 35 seconds remaining.
help of two free throws by Thomas with 5:10 to go. Montgomery hit a clutch 3-pointer for a 62-60 lead.                               With 11.1 seconds remaining, Montgomery knocked down two free throws that allowed the Huskies to win 52-48.
     A block by McLaren transitioned into two points in the paint for Greene as UConn went up by four. Montgomery                    UConn improves to 2-0 all-time against Marquette. UConn has won 63 of its last 70 road games since Feb. 2001 fol-
drained a jumper just inside in the top of the key with 59 seconds remaining in the game to cap off a late 7-0 run that put    lowing tonight’s win.
the Huskies up 66-60.                                                                                                                UConn moves to 107-48 all-time versus ranked opponents and 94-29 in such games dating back to the start of the
     Connecticut out-scored Cincinnati 15-2 over the final 5:05 of regulation. Cincinnati had one field goal over the final    1994-95 season.
5:49 of the contest.
     McLaren had eight points and eight rebounds in the win while Swanier also contributed eight points.                       Connecticut 20-2, 10-0                       tot-fg  3-pt               rebounds
     UConn is 93-7 in its last 100 BIG EAST Conference games following tonight’s win – dating back to Jan. 18, 2001.           ## Player                              fg     fga fg fga ft           of de tot pf tp a to blk
                                                                                                                                                                                                   fta                                          s   min
                                                                                                                               41 MCLAREN, Kaili       f               0       1 0 0 0              0 0 2 2 1 0 1 2 0                           0    4
Connecticut 19-2, 9-0                    tot-fg  3-pt               rebounds                                                   31 CHARLES, Tina        c              10      14 0 0 0              0 5 9 14 3 20 2 5 2                         2   35
## Player                              fg fga fg fga ft           of de tot pf tp a to
                                                                   fta                                    blk   s   min        20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g                  4      13 0 1 4              6 1 3 4 1 12 4 4 0                          3   36
24 HOUSTON, Charde      f               0 0 0 0 0                   0
                                                                   0 0 0 0 0 0 1                           0    0    4         25 THOMAS, Mel          g               2       8 2 5 0              0 1 4 5 0 6 1 1 0                           0   39
31 CHARLES, Tina        c               2 6 0 0 2                   4
                                                                   3 5 8 5 6 1 1                           0    0   24         32 GREENE, Kalana       g               3      11 0 0 0              0 1 2 3 1 6 1 3 1                           2   28
20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g                  4 11 2 4 4                 1 2 3 2 14 4 3
                                                                    4                                      1    0   31         11 SWANIER, Ketia                       2       5 0 1 0              0 0 1 1 2 4 5 4 0                           1   32
25 THOMAS, Mel          g               3 9 3 7 5                   5
                                                                   0 2 2 0 14 0 0                          1    0   38         14 GARDLER, Meghan                      0       0 0 0 0              0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0                           0    3
32 GREENE, Kalana       g              10 17 0 1 0                  0
                                                                   1 6 7 3 20 1 3                          0    0   39         24 HOUSTON, Charde                      2       5 0 0 0              0 0 1 1 2 4 1 2 2                           3   15
02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah                    0 1 0 0 0                  0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                    0                                      1    0    2         44 HUNTER, Brittany                     0       1 0 0 0              0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0                           1    8
11 SWANIER, Ketia                       3 5 0 1 2                  1 2 3 0 8 3 3
                                                                    2                                      0    1   28            TEAM                                                                2 1 3
14 GARDLER, Meghan                      0 2 0 2 0                  1 2 3 3 0 0 0
                                                                    0                                      0    0    9            Totals..............                23 58       2     7     4    6 10 24 34 13 52 15 22 5                    12 200
41 MCLAREN, Kaili                       3 7 0 0 2                  3 5 8 4 8 4 0
                                                                    2                                      4    0   25
   TEAM                                                                2 2                                                     TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-29 48.3%                  2nd Half: 9-29 31.0%              Game: 39.7%         DEADBALL
   Totals..............                25 58       5     15 15 17 10 26 36 17 70 13 11                     7 1 200             3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-4 50.0%                    2nd Half: 0-3 0.0%                Game: 28.6%         REBOUNDS
                                                                                                                               F Throw % 1st Half: 1-2 50.0%                    2nd Half: 3-4 75.0%               Game: 66.7%         0
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-29 44.8%                  2nd Half: 12-29 41.4%            Game: 43.1%         DEADBALL
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-7 42.9%                    2nd Half: 2-8 25.0%              Game: 33.3%         REBOUNDS                 Marquette 19-4, 7-3                       tot-fg  3-pt              rebounds
F Throw % 1st Half: 9-9 100%                     2nd Half: 6-8 75.0%              Game: 88.2%         2,1                      ## Player                               fg fga fg fga ft            fta
                                                                                                                                                                                                 of de tot pf tp a to blk                       s   min
                                                                                                                               32 OSAGIE-LANDRY, E. f                   1 4 0 0 1                 2 3 5 3 3 2 3 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                    2                                           0   25
Cincinnati 12-9, 3-6                     tot-fg  3-pt               rebounds                                                   45 McCULLOUGH, Jasminef                  2 8 0 0 1                   2
                                                                                                                                                                                                 3 8 11 0 5 1 0 3                               2   28
## Player                              fg fga fg fga ft           of de tot pf tp a to
                                                                   fta                                    blk   s   min        34 QUAYE, Christina     c                7 13 1 3 5                  6
                                                                                                                                                                                                  6 3 9 4 20 1 5 0                              3   33
40 STEPHENS, Jill               f       1 5 0 0 2                   2
                                                                   2 2 4 2 4 0 0                           0    0   18         20 ELLIS, Krystal       g                4 15 1 6 1                  2
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0 3 3 2 10 1 4 0                              2   32
52 JONES, Michelle              c       3 6 0 0 5                   5
                                                                  0 5 5 3 11 1 2                           0    0   27         24 KAMM, Danielle       g                1 6 0 5 2                   2
                                                                                                                                                                                                 1 3 4 2 4 2 2 0                                1   27
23 JACOBS, Carla                g       3 11 2 6 4                  4
                                                                   1 1 2 0 12 3 2                          0    1   37         05 MONFRE, Erin                          0 2 0 2 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  2 2 4 1 0 3 1 0                               1   21
25 MORGAN, Angel                g       2 11 1 2 1                  2
                                                                   1 3 4 2 6 2 0                           0    1   29         11 HARRIS, Janelle                       0 1 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0                               0    2
44 HUMPHRIES, Treasure          g       5 14 1 4 0                  0
                                                                   1 4 5 3 11 2 3                          0    3   32         14 LAM, Kelly                            2 5 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  1 1 2 1 4 0 1 0                               1   15
14 OGIDE, Emy                           5 6 0 0 2                  1 3 4 1 12 0 2
                                                                    4                                      0    0   23         21 KOVALENKO, Svetlana                   0 0 0 0 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0 3 3 1 0 0 4 0                               1    7
22 BELLMAN, Shelly                      0 2 0 2 0                  1 2 3 2 0 2 2
                                                                    0                                      0    0   16         42 THROWER, Marissa                      1 4 0 2 0                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0                               1   10
32 TWEHUES, Karen                       1 4 0 3 0                  5 1 6 3 2 0 0
                                                                    0                                      0    0   12            TEAM                                                            3      3
34 STEVENS, Stephanie                   0 2 0 1 2                  0 0 0 0 2 0 0
                                                                    2                                      0    0    6            Totals..............                18 58       2     18 10 14 18 26 44 14 48 10 22 3                        12 199
   TEAM                                                            3 2 5
   Totals..............                20 61       4     18 16 19 15 23 38 16 60 10 11                     0 5 200             TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 8-27 29.6%                   2nd Half: 10-31 32.3%             Game: 31.0%         DEADBALL
                                                                                                                               3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-9 11.1%                    2nd Half: 1-9 11.1%               Game: 11.1%         REBOUNDS
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 8-26 30.8%                   2nd Half: 12-35 34.3%            Game: 32.8%         DEADBALL                 F Throw % 1st Half: 3-4 75.0%                    2nd Half: 7-10 70.0%              Game: 71.4%         2,1
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-11 18.2%                   2nd Half: 2-7 28.6%              Game: 22.2%         REBOUNDS
F Throw % 1st Half: 8-9 88.9%                    2nd Half: 8-10 80.0%             Game: 84.2%         2                        Officials: Dennis DeMayo, Denise Brooks-Clauser, Patti Fernandes
                                                                                                                               Technical fouls: 6/5 Connecticut-None. 16/18 Marquette-None.
Officials: June Courteau, Joanne Aldrich, Laura Morris                                                                         Attendance: 4000
Technical fouls: Connecticut-None. Cincinnati-None.
Attendance: 2837                                                                                                               Score by Periods                       1st             2nd         Total
                                                                                                                               6/5 Connecticut                        31               21          52
Score by Periods                       1st             2nd        Total                                                        16/18 Marquette                        20               28          48
Connecticut                            38               32         70
Cincinnati                             26               34         60
                     2006-07 UCONN HUSKIES BASKETBALL GAME NOTES                                                                                  39
                       1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS                                                      27 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
      GAME #23              February 6, 2007                 Gampel Pavilion               Storrs, Conn.
                    #22/25 RUTGERS - 60                          #5/4 CONNECTICUT - 70
STORRS, Conn. (February 6, 2007) - Three University of Connecticut women’s basketball players registered dou-
ble-doubles for the first time since January 9, 1994 – a span of 476 games, as the No. 5/4 Huskies downed No. 22/25
Rutgers 60-50 on Tuesday night at Gampel Pavilion.
      Junior Charde Houston scored 16 points with 11 rebounds while sophomore Kalana Greene and freshman Tina
Charles each added 15 points and 10 rebounds apiece to complete the trio of double-doubles. Jamelle Elliott (12 pts./10
rebs), Rebecca Lobo (22 pts./17 rebs) and Kara Wolters (14 pts./10 rebs) were the last to turn the trick on Jan. 9, 1994
against Georgetown.
      Charles’ double-double marked her eighth of the season and tied the record for most in a single-season by a UConn
freshman, matching Rebecca Lobo who totaled eight in 1991-92.
      Houston posted her second double-double of the season and fifth of her career in the win, while Greene scored her
fourth double-double this season.
      UConn moves to 21-2 on the season and and moves to 11-0 in the BIG EAST for the first time since the 2002-03
season and the seventh time in the program’s history. Rutgers drops to 14-7 and 7-3 in the conference.
      Tonight’s win extended UConn’s current winning streak to seven consecutive games and the Huskies have won eight
of its last nine overall. Rutgers marked UConn’s second straight game versus a ranked opponent and the second in a
stretch of four consecutive games against ranked opponents - the first-such in UConn regular-season history.
      Charles got things underway with a bucket in the paint 33 seconds in. Houston hit jumpers on two consecutive pos-
sessions to give the Huskies a 10-3 advantage at 13:49.
      Junior Ketia Swanier connected from beyond the arc to increase the UConn lead to 21-8. A steal by junior Mel
Thomas moments later converted into a layup at the other end of the hardwood for Greene with 5:47 to play in the first
half.
      Sophomore Renee Montgomer drove through the lane for a layup with the score 30-21. UConn hung onto a seven-
point lead at 30-23 heading into the halftime break. Houston led the Huskies with eight points while Greene dominated
the glass with seven rebounds in the first 20 minutes of play.
      UConn opened the second half with an 11-0 run over the opening 4:37 that was sparked by six points from Greene.
The run was highlighted by a layup from Greene off a quick pass from Swanier as well as a bucket by Charles after she
fought off two defenders in low the post.
      Houston hit for two points while Greene scored on the ensuing possession to go up by 12 at 47-35. Montgomery
knocked down two free throws with 2:15 left in the game ahead at 55-44.
      UConn wouldn’t allow Rutgers to get any closer than nine points with less than two minutes remaining as the Huskies
held on to win 60-50.
      Montgomery had her 17th game in double-figure points this season with 16 while adding six steals and four assists.
      UConn improves to 95-7 in the last 102 games versus BIG EAST opponents dating back to Jan. 18, 2001. The
Huskies are now 19-4 all-time against Rutgers and 12-1 at home versus the Scarlet Knights.

Rutgers 14-7, 7-3                       tot-fg  3-pt                 rebounds
## Player                             fg fga fg fga ft              of de tot pf tp a to blk
                                                                  fta                                        s   min
05 CARSON, Essence             f       3 11 2 5 0                  00 9 9 4 8 3 4 1                          1   39
21 ZURICH, Heather             f       0 1 0 0 0                   02 3 5 1 0 0 1 0                          0   20
15 VAUGHN, Kia                 c       7 12 0 0 2                  41 7 8 3 16 1 3 1                         0   37
22 AJAVON, Matee               c       4 7 0 0 1                   21 1 2 5 9 0 6 0                          2   26
10 PRINCE, Epiphanny           g       4 11 1 2 2                  20 4 4 2 11 3 3 0                         1   35
04 JERNIGAN, Dee Dee                   0 3 0 1 0                   00 1 1 3 0 2 2 0                          1   18
24 MCCURDY, Myia                       0 0 0 0 0                   00 1 1 1 0 0 0 0                          0    6
35 RAY, Brittany                       2 7 2 4 0                   00 1 1 2 6 1 0 0                          0   15
43 JUNAID, Rashidat                    0 1 0 0 0                   01 0 1 1 0 0 0 1                          0    4
   TEAM                                                             2 2 4              1
   Totals..............               20 53       5     12   5    8 7 29 36 22 50 10 20 3                    5 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-25 36.0%                 2nd Half: 11-28 39.3%            Game: 37.7%         DEADBALL
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-7 57.1%                  2nd Half: 1-5 20.0%              Game: 41.7%         REBOUNDS
F Throw % 1st Half: 1-2 50.0%                  2nd Half: 4-6 66.7%              Game: 62.5%         3

Connecticut 21-2, 11-0                  tot-fg  3-pt                 rebounds
## Player                             fg fga fg fga ft             of de tot pf tp a to blk
                                                                  fta                                        s   min
24 HOUSTON, Charde      f              7 16 0 0 2                  33 8 11 3 16 1 6 1                        2   38
31 CHARLES, Tina        c              6 10 0 0 3                  69 1 10 3 15 1 3 6                        0   36
20 MONTGOMERY, Renee g                 2 11 0 3 6                  80 5 5 2 10 4 2 0                         6   35
25 THOMAS, Mel          g              0 4 0 2 0                   00 1 1 0 0 1 1 0                          1   26
32 GREENE, Kalana       g              6 12 0 1 3                  83 7 10 2 15 0 1 1                        1   36
11 SWANIER, Ketia                      1 3 1 2 1                   20 0 0 0 4 3 0 0                          0   25
14 GARDLER, Meghan                     0 0 0 0 0                   00 1 1 0 0 0 0 0                          0    2
41 MCLAREN, Kaili                      0 0 0 0 0                   00 0 0 0 0 0 3 0                          0    2
   TEAM                                                                 3 3
   Totals..............               22 56       1     8    15 27 15 26 41 10 60 10 16 8                   10 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-27 37.0%                2nd Half: 12-29 41.4%            Game: 39.3%         DEADBALL
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-4 25.0%                  2nd Half: 0-4 0.0%               Game: 12.5%         REBOUNDS
F Throw % 1st Half: 9-14 64.3%                 2nd Half: 6-13 46.2%             Game: 55.6%         2

Officials: Dee Kantner, Mark Zentz, Yvette McKinney
Technical fouls: Rutgers-None. UConn Huskies-None.
Attendance: 9710

Score by Periods                      1st             2nd        Total
Rutgers                               23               27         50
UConn Huskies                         30               30         60
                                   2
                               AT FIRST GLANCE
                                                          TAHIRAH WILLIAMS
                                                          6-0   So./So. Guard
                                                          Montclair, N.J. (Immaculate Heart Academy)
                                                                                                             CAREER HIGHS-ALL GAMES
                          Gives the Huskies another solid option at the guard and wings                      Points ................................9, UNC (12/5/05)
                          slots...is an athletic player that displays great hustle and enthusi-              FG Made ..........................4, UNC (12/5/05)
asm while she is on the floor...could provide a spark for the Huskies this season, particular-               FG Atts. ................................4, Three Times
ly on the defensive end of the floor...saw action in 21 games last season.                                   3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
                                                                                                             3-Pt. FGA ................................1, Two Times
                                                                                                             FT ........................................3, Two Times
2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                           FT Att. ........................4, Syracuse (2/22/06)
                                                                                                             Off. Reb. ............3, Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
Appeared in 18 games this season in a reserve role...recorded a season-high seven points
                                                                                                             Def. Reb. ..............................3, Three Times
against Seton Hall (1/9)...matched her career-high in minutes with 15 against and brought                    Total Reb. ..........5, Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
down a career-high five rebounds against Sacred Heart (12/31)...played 15 minutes with four                  Assists ....................................3, Two Times
rebounds against Oakland (12/23)...appeared Colorado State (12/21) game for 15 min-                          TO ..........................................2, Two Times
utes...played 15 minutes in the BIG EAST opener against Georgetown (12/7)...played 15                        Blocks ....................................1, Four Times
                                                                                                             Steals ......................................2, Two Times
minutes against Boston University (11/28)
                                                                                                             Minutes ................................15, Five Times

                                                                                                             CAREER HIGHS-BIG EAST GAMES
                                                                                                             Points ........................7, Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                                                                                             FG Made ..............3, Georgetown (12/7/06)
                                                                                                             FG Atts. ................................3, Three Times
                                                                                                             3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
                                                                                                             3-Pt. FGA ..................1, St. John’s (1/21/07)
                                                                                                             FT ........................................3, Two Times
                                                                                                             FT Att. ........................4, Syracuse (2/22/06)
                                                                                                             Off. Reb. ................2, Georgetown (12/7/06)
                                                                                                             Def. Reb. ....................3, Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                                                                                             Total Reb. ..................3, Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                                                                                             Assists ....................1, Providence (1/17/07)
                                                                                                             TO ............................2, St. John’s (1/21/07)
                                                                                                             Blocks ....................................................N/A
                                                                                                             Steals..........................2, Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                                                                                             Minutes ................15, Georgetown (12/7/06)


                                                                                                             2006-07 SEASON HIGHS
                                                                                                             Points ..............................7, Seton Hall (1/9)
                                                                                                             FG Made ....................3, Georgetown (12/7)
                                                                                                             FG Atts. ..................................4, Two Times
                                                                                                             3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
                                                                                                             3-Pt. FGA ................................1, Two Times
WILLIAMS GAME-BY-GAME                                                                                        FT ................................3, Seton Hall (1/9)
OPP.              MIN       FG-A   3-PT     FT-A     OR   DR     REB    PF    A   TO   B   S    PTS          FT Att...............................3, Seton Hall (1/9)
Richmond           4         0-1    0-0      0-0      0    0      0      0    1    0   0   0      0          Off. Reb. ................3, Sacred Heart (12/31)
Colgate            8         1-1    0-0      1-2      1    1      2      0    0    2   1   0      3          Def. Reb. ..............................3, Three Times
Boston Univ.      15         1-2    0-0      1-2      0    3      3      0    3    0   0   1      3          Total Reb.................5, Sacred Heart (12/31)
Holy Cross         3         0-0    0-0      0-0      0    0      0      1    0    0   0   0      0          Assists ....................................3, Two Times
Georgetown        15         3-3    0-0      0-1      2    0      2      0    0    1   0   1      6          TO ..........................................2, Two Times
Virginia           7         2-2    0-0      0-0      0    2      2      0    1    1   0   0      4          Blocks ..................................1, Three Times
Colorado State    15         2-4    0-0      2-2      1    0      1      1    1    0   1   0      6          Steals ..............................2, Seton Hall (1/9)
Oakland           15         2-3    0-1      0-1      2    2      4      0    0    0   0   0      4          Minutes ................................15, Five Times
Hartford           8         0-2    0-0      0-0      1    3      4      1    1    1   0   0      0
Sacred Heart      15         2-3    0-0      0-0      3    2      5      1    3    0   0   1      4
West Virginia      4         0-0    0-0      0-0      0    1      1      1    0    1   0   0      0
Seton Hall        11         2-4    0-0      3-3      0    3      3      0    0    1   0   2      7
Syracuse           8         0-1    0-0      0-0      0    0      0      1    0    0   0   0      0
North Carolina     3         0-0    0-0      0-0      0    0      0      0    0    0   0   0      0
Providence        14         2-3    0-0      2-2      0    2      2      0    1    0   0   1      6
St. John’s         4         2-3    0-1      0-0      0    1      1      2    0    2   0   0      4
Notre Dame         3         0-0    0-0      0-0      0    0      0      0    0    1   0   1      3
Cincinnati         2         0-1    0-0      0-0      0    0      0      0    0    0   1   0      0

WILLIAMS’ CAREER STATISTICS
Year      GP     GS   Min    Avg   FG     FGA Pct    FG   FGA   Pct    FT    FTA Pct Off Def   Tot    Avg   PF    FO      Ast      TO     Blk Stl         Pts       Avg
2005-06   21     0     97    4.6   14     25 .560    0     0    .000    9     15 .600 3   11    14    0.7   14     0        1       6      3    7          37       1.8
2006-07   18     0    157    8.7   19     33 .576    0     2    .000    9     13 .692 10 20     30    1.7    9     0       11      10      3    7          47       2.6
TOTAL     39     0    254    6.5   33      58 .569    0    2    .000   18     28 .643 13 31     44    1.1   23     0       12      16      6   14          84       2.2
                                                           KETIA SWANIER
                                 11
                             AT FIRST GLANCE
                                                           5-7  Jr./Jr. Guard
                                                           Columbus, Ga. (Columbus)

                         Has enjoyed playing the role of UConn’s change-of-pace
                                                                                                                CAREER HIGHS-ALL GAMES
                                                                                                                Points ................14, Providence (1/17/07)
                         guard...has the ability to change the speed of the game on both                        FG Made ................6, Providence (1/17/07)
ends of the floor due to her exceptional quickness...became the first UConn freshman to                         FG Atts. ................10, Providence (1/17/07)
open the season as the team’s starting point guard in 2004-05...led team with 65 steals and                     3-Pt. FG ..................................1, 16 Times
ranked third on squad with 111 assists in 2005-06...saw action in each of the team’s 37                         3-Pt. FGA ..................5, Stanford (3/25/05)
games during sophomore season.                                                                                  FT ......................3, Pittsburgh (1/21/06)
                                                                                                                FT Att.....................4, Pittsburgh (1/21/06)
                                                                                                                Off. Reb. ..............................2, Two Times
2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                              Def. Reb.....................7, Marist (11/12/05)
Appeared in all 23 games this season in a reserve role...leads the BIG EAST in                                  Total Reb. ..................8, Marist (11/12/05)
assist/turnover ratio at +2.15...currently ranks 5th in the BIG EAST with 4.30 assists                          Assists ................10, Cincinnati (1/12/06)
per game and 8th with an average of 2.04 steals per contest...ranks 72nd among                                  TO ........................................ 6, Two Times
                                                                                                                Blocks ..........1, Colorado State (12/21/06)
nation’s assist leaders...has posted double-figure points six times in her career...played a                    Steals ..........................6, Army (12/31/05)
season-high and tied a career-best with 32 minutes agianst Marquette (2/3)...dropped eight                      Minutes ..............................32, Two Times
points against Cincinnati (1/30)...scored seven points with four assists and three steals
against DePaul (1/24)...had a career-high 14 points in 21 minutes against Providence                            CAREER HIGHS-BIG EAST GAMES
(1/17)...scored 10 points shooting 5-of-6 in 31 minutes against North Carolina (1/15)...record-                 Points ................14, Providence (1/17/07)
ed a season-high nine assists against Seton Hall (1/9)...played 27 minutes with nine points                     FG Made ............6, Providence (1/17/07)
against Sacred Heart (12/31)...played 25 minutes against Oakland (12/23)...saw action for                       FG Atts. ............10, Providence (1/17/07)
20 minutes with a season-high seven assists against Colorado State (12/21)...played 23 min-                     3-Pt. FG ................................1, 10 Times
utes and scored in double figures with a season-high 10 points against Virginia                                 3-Pt. FGA..........................4, Three Times
(12/18)...played 23 minutes against Holy Cross (12/5)...tallied 20 minutes and pulled down                      FT ......................3, Pittsburgh (1/21/06)
five rebounds in the win against No. 9/9 Purdue (11/30).                                                        FT Att.....................4, Pittsburgh (1/21/06)
                                                                                                                Off. Reb. ..............................2, Two Times
                                                                                                                Def. Reb. ................5, Syracuse (2/22/06)
                                                                                                                Total Reb. ..............7, Syracuse (2/22/06)
                                                                                                                Assists ................10, Cincinnati (1/12/06)
                                                                                                                TO ......................................5, Four Times
                                                                                                                Blocks ................................................N/A
                                                                                                                Steals ....................................3, 13 Times
                                                                                                                Minutes..................32, Marquette (2/3/07)
SWANIER GAME-BY-GAME
OPP.              MIN     FG-A   3-PT     FT-A       OR   DR     REB    PF     A    TO    B   S    PTS
Richmond          19       0-1    0-0      3-4        1    3      4      1     5     1    0   4      3          2006-07 SEASON HIGHS
Colgate           18       1-2    0-0      1-2        0    3      3      0     1     1    0   3      3          Points ....................14, Providence (1/17/07)
Boston Univ.      19       2-5    0-1      0-0        0    0      0      1     6     1    0   3      4          FG Made ................6, Providence (1/17/07)
Purdue            20       1-1    1-1      0-0        1    4      5      0     3     2    0   1      3          FG Atts. ................10, Providence (1/17/07)
Holy Cross        23       1-4    0-0      0-0        0    0      0      2     4     0    0   2      2          3-Pt. FG ..................................1, Five Times
Georgetown        20       2-4    0-2      0-0        0    3      3      1     3     1    0   3      4          3-Pt. FGA ................................4, Two Times
Virginia          23       4-6    0-0      2-3        0    3      3      1     3     2    0   2     10          FT ..............................3, Richmond (11/13)
Colorado State    20       2-3    0-0      0-0        0    2      2      4     7     3    1   1      4          FT Att. ..........................4, Richmond (11/13)
Oakland           25       3-8    0-2      0-0        0    1      1      0     3     2    0   1      6          Off. Reb. ........................2, Oakland (12/23)
Hartford          24       3-8    0-2      2-2        0    4      4      1     5     1    0   2      8          Def. Reb. ................................4, Four Times
Sacred Heart      27       4-6    1-2      0-0        1    4      5      1     3     3    0   3      9          Total Reb. ................................5, Two Times
West Virginia     18       1-4    1-4      0-0        0    0      0      3     3     3    0   0      3          Assists ............................9, Seton Hall (1/9)
Tennessee         19       1-1    0-0      2-2        0    4      4      2     2     2    0   2      4          TO ..............................5, Notre Dame (1/27)
Seton Hall        19       1-4    0-2      0-0        0    3      3      0     9     1    0   3      2          Blocks ..................1, Colorado State (12/21)
Syracuse          22       1-6    1-4      2-2        0    2      2      2     4     2    0   3      5          Steals ..........................4, Richmond (11/13)
North Carolina    31       5-6    0-1      0-0        0    2      2      1     8     4    0   2     10          Minutes ..........................32, Marquette (2/3)
Providence        21      6-10    0-2      2-2        0    3      3      1     3     2    0   3     14
St. John’s        21       3-5    0-1      0-0        0    2      2      1     8     1    0   3      6
DePaul            27       2-6    1-3      2-2        0    0      0      1     4     2    0   3      7
Notre Dame        22       1-4    1-1      2-2        0    3      3      1     4     5    0   1      5
Cincinnati        28       3-5    0-1      2-2        1    2      3      0     3     3    0   1      8
Marquette         32       2-5    0-1      0-0        0    1      1      2     5     4    0   1      4
Rutgers           25       1-3    1-2      1-2        0    0      0      0     3     0    0   0      4


SWANIER’S CAREER STATISTICS
Year      GP     GS Min    Avg FG       FGA    Pct   FG   FGA    Pct   FT    FTA    Pct Off Def   Tot    Avg    PF   FO     Ast TO Blk Stl                Pts      Avg
2004-05   31     5 431    13.9 32        76   .421    7   28    .250    7    16    .438 6    41    47    1.5    30    0      69  44 0   44                 78      2.5
2005-06   37     1 664    17.9 54       114   .474    9   34    .265   22    35    .629 9   74     83    2.2    59   0      111 75  0   65                139      3.8
2006-07   23     0 523    22.7 50       107   .467    7   32    .219   21    25    .840 4   49     53    2.3    26   0       99  46 1   47                128      5.6
TOTAL     91     6 1618   17.8 136      297   .458   23   94    .245   50    76    .658 19 164    183    2.0   115   0      279 165 1 156                 345      3.8
                                                          JACQUIE FERNANDES
                               13
                               AT FIRST GLANCE
                                                          5-9  Fr./Fr. Guard
                                                          Pawcatuck, Conn. (Stonington)

                         Initially joined the team as a walk-on before being offered a schol-
                                                                                                          CAREER HIGHS-ALL GAMES
                                                                                                          Points....................................2, Three Times
                         arship two weeks later...should provide depth for the Huskies at                 FG Made ..............1, Georgetown (12/7/06)
the guard position...becomes first UConn player to hail from the state of Connecticut since               FG Atts. ................2, Georgetown (12/7/06)
Maria Conlon (2001-04)...finished her career as the all-time leading scorer at Stonington                 3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
                                                                                                          3-Pt. FGA................................................N/A
(Conn.) High School.                                                                                      FT ........................................2, Two Times
                                                                                                          FT Att.......................................2, Two Times
2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                        Off. Reb. ..................................2, Two Times
                                                                                                          Def. Reb. ................................1, Four Times
Appeared in 16 games this season in a reserve role.                                                       Total Reb. ................................3, Two Times
                                                                                                          Assists ......................3, St. John’s (1/21/07)
                                                                                                          TO ......................2, Boston Univ. (11/28/06)
                                                                                                          Blocks ........................1, Syracuse (1/13/07)
                                                                                                          Steals ....................2, Georgetown (12/7/06)
                                                                                                          Minutes ................13, Providence (1/17/07)


                                                                                                          CAREER HIGHS-BIG EAST GAMES
                                                                                                          Points ......................................2, Two Times
                                                                                                          FG Made ..............1, Georgetown (12/7/06)
                                                                                                          FG Atts. ................2, Georgetown (12/7/06)
                                                                                                          3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
                                                                                                          3-Pt. FGA................................................N/A
                                                                                                          FT ..........................2, Syracuse (1/13/07)
                                                                                                          FT Att. ........................2, Syracuse (1/13/07)
                                                                                                          Off. Reb. ................2, Georgetown (12/7/06)
                                                                                                          Def. Reb. ..............1, Georgetown (12/7/06)
                                                                                                          Total Reb. ..............3, Georgetown (12/7/06)
                                                                                                          Assists ......................3, St. John’s (1/21/07)
                                                                                                          TO ..........................1, Providence (1/17/07)
                                                                                                          Blocks ........................1, Syracuse (1/13/07)
                                                                                                          Steals ....................2, Georgetown (12/7/06)
                                                                                                          Minutes ................13, Providence (1/17/07)

                                                                                                          2006-07 SEASON HIGHS
                                                                                                          Points....................................2, Three Times
                                                                                                          FG Made ....................1, Georgetown (12/7)
                                                                                                          FG Atts. ......................2, Georgetown (12/7)
                                                                                                          3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
                                                                                                          3-Pt. FGA................................................N/A
                                                                                                          FT ........................................2, Two Times
                                                                                                          FT Att.......................................2, Two Times
                                                                                                          Off. Reb. ..............................2, Three Times
FERNANDES GAME-BY-GAME                                                                                    Def. Reb. ................................1, Four Times
OPP.              MIN       FG-A   3-PT    FT-A     OR   DR   REB    PF    A   TO   B   S    PTS          Total Reb. ................................3, Two Times
Richmond           2         0-0    0-0     0-0      0    1    1      0    0    0   0   0      0          Assists ......................3, St. John’s (1/21/07)
Colgate            4         0-0    0-0     0-0      0    0    0      0    0    1   0   0      0          TO ............................2, Boston Univ. (11/28)
Boston Univ.       7         0-0    0-0     2-2      0    2    2      2    0    2   0   0      2          Blocks ............................1, Syracuse (1/13)
Holy Cross         1         0-0    0-0     0-0      0    0    0      0    0    0   0   0      0          Steals..........................2, Georgetown (12/7)
Georgetown         8         1-2    0-0     0-0      2    1    3      0    0    0   0   2      2          Minutes ......................13, Providence (1/17)
Virginia           4         0-0    0-0     0-0      0    1    1      0    0    0   0   0      0
Colorado State     4         0-0    0-0     0-0      2    1    3      0    0    1   0   0      0
Oakland            4         0-0    0-0     0-0      0    0    0      0    0    0   0   0      0
Hartford           1         0-0    0-0     0-0      0    0    0      0    0    0   0   0      0
Sacred Heart       3         0-0    0-0     0-0      0    0    0      0    0    0   0   0      0
West Virginia      1         0-0    0-0     0-0      0    0    0      0    0    0   0   0      0
Seton Hall         3         0-1    0-0     0-0      0    0    0      1    1    0   0   0      0
Syracuse           3         0-0    0-0     2-2      0    0    0      0    1    0   1   0      2
Providence        13         0-0    0-0     0-0      1    0    1      1    0    1   0   0      0
St. John’s         3         0-0    0-0     0-0      0    0    0      0    3    0   0   0      0
Notre Dame         2         0-0    0-0     0-0      1    0    1      0    0    0   0   0      0


FERNANDES’ CAREER STATISTICS
Year    GP       GS   Min    Avg   FG     FGA Pct   FG   FGA Pct    FT    FTA Pct Off Def   Tot    Avg   PF    FO      Ast      TO     Blk Stl         Pts       Avg
2006-07 16       0    63     3.9   1       3 .333    0    0 .000     4     4 1.000 6   6     12    0.8    4     0       5        5      1   2           6        0.4
TOTAL   16       0     63    3.9    1      3 .333    0    0 .000     4     4 1.000 6   6     12    0.8    4     0       5        5      1   2           6        0.4
                                                           MEGHAN GARDLER
                               14
                               AT FIRST GLANCE
                                                           6-0   Fr./Fr. Forward
                                                           Springfield, Pa. (Cardinal O’Hara)

                           Is expected to provide depth for the Huskies on the wing...also
                                                                                                           CAREER HIGHS-ALL GAMES
                                                                                                           Points ......................................6, Two Times
                           gives the Huskies another player who can shoot from the outside                 FG Made ..............................2, Three Times
and handle the ball...her father was Geno Auriemma’s high school coach at Bishop Kenrick                   FG Atts. ..................................6, Two Times
High School in Norristown, Pa.                                                                             3-Pt. FG ..................................2, Two Times
                                                                                                           3-Pt. FGA ..................5, Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                                                                                           FT ....................2, Boston Univ. (11/28/06)
2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                         FT Att. ................3, Boston Univ. (11/28/06)
                                                                                                           Off. Reb. ..............................1, Seven Times
Appeared in 18 games this season in a reserve role...matched career-bests with 17 minutes
                                                                                                           Def. Reb. ................5, Providence (1/17/07)
and six points against Seton Hall (1/9)...played 15 minutes and grabbed a 5 rebounds                       Total Reb. ................................5, Two Times
against Oakland (12/23)...saw action for 15 minutes against Colorado State (12/21)...scored                Assists ....................................2, Two Times
six points against Virginia (12/18)...played 17 minutes in win over Boston University (11/28).             TO ..........................3, Holy Cross (12/5/06)
                                                                                                           Blocks ....................................1, Five Times
                                                                                                           Steals ......................................1, Two Times
                                                                                                           Minutes..................................17, Two Times


                                                                                                           CAREER HIGHS-BIG EAST GAMES
                                                                                                           Points ........................6, Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                                                                                           FG Made ................................2, Two Times
                                                                                                           FG Atts. ......................6, Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                                                                                           3-Pt. FG......................2, Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                                                                                           3-Pt. FGA ..................5, Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                                                                                           FT ........................................................N/A
                                                                                                           FT Att.......................................1, Two Times
                                                                                                           Off. Reb. ................................1, Four Times
                                                                                                           Def. Reb. ................5, Providence (1/17/07)
                                                                                                           Total Reb.................5, Providence (1/17/07)
                                                                                                           Assists ..................2, Georgetown (12/7/06)
                                                                                                           TO ..........................................2, Two Times
                                                                                                           Blocks......................................1, Two Times
                                                                                                           Steals......................................................N/A
                                                                                                           Minutes ....................17, Seton Hall (1/9/07)

                                                                                                           2006-07 SEASON HIGHS
                                                                                                           Points ......................................6, Two Times
                                                                                                           FG Made ..............................2, Three Times
                                                                                                           FG Atts. ..................................6, Two Times
                                                                                                           3-Pt. FG ..................................2, Two Times
                                                                                                           3-Pt. FGA ........................5, Seton Hall (1/9)
                                                                                                           FT ........................2, Boston Univ. (11/28)
                                                                                                           FT Att. ......................3, Boston Univ. (11/28)
GARDLER GAME-BY-GAME                                                                                       Off. Reb. ..............................1, Seven Times
OPP.              MIN       FG-A   3-PT     FT-A     OR   DR   REB    PF    A   TO   B   S    PTS          Def. Reb.......................5, Providence (1/17)
Richmond           5         0-0    0-0      0-0      0    1    1      0    0    2   1   0      0          Total Reb. ................................5, Two Times
Colgate           14         0-2    0-2      0-0      0    1    1      1    1    1   0   0      0          Assists ....................................2, Two Times
Boston Univ.      17         1-6    0-2      2-3      1    3    4      2    1    0   1   1      4          TO ................................3, Holy Cross (12/5)
Holy Cross         5         0-1    0-0      0-0      1    2    3      0    0    3   0   0      0          Blocks ....................................1, Four Times
Georgetown        14         1-4    0-3      0-1      1    2    3      0    2    1   0   0      2          Steals ......................................1, Two Times
Virginia           6         2-2    2-2      0-0      1    0    1      2    0    0   0   0      6          Minutes..................................17, Two Times
Colorado State    15         0-2    0-2      1-2      0    0    0      4    1    1   0   1      1
Oakland           15         1-4    1-3      1-2      1    4    5      2    2    0   1   0      4
West Virginia      2         0-0    0-0      0-0      0    0    0      0    0    0   0   0      0
Seton Hall        17         2-6    2-5      0-0      1    0    1      2    1    1   1   0      6
Syracuse           9         2-5    1-4      0-0      0    1    1      0    0    2   1   0      5
North Carolina     5         1-1    0-0      0-0      0    0    0      0    0    0   0   0      2
Providence        15         0-1    0-1      0-1      0    5    5      2    1    1   0   0      0
St. John’s         9         0-3    0-2      0-0      1    1    2      1    0    2   0   0      0
Notre Dame         3         0-1    0-1      0-0      0    0    0      0    0    0   0   0      0
Cincinnati         9         0-2    0-2      0-0      1    2    3      3    0    0   0   0      0
Marquette          3         0-0    0-0      0-0      0    0    0      1    0    0   0   0      0
Rutgers            2         0-0    0-0      0-0      0    1    1      0    0    0   0   0      0

GARDLER’S CAREER STATISTICS
Year    GP       GS   Min    Avg   FG     FGA Pct    FG   FGA Pct    FT    FTA Pct Off Def   Tot    Avg   PF    FO      Ast      TO     Blk Stl          Pts       Avg
2006-07 18       0    165    9.2   10     40 .250    6    29 .207    4      9 .444 8    23    31    1.7   20     0       9       13      5   2            30       1.7
TOTAL   18       0    165    9.2   10      40 .250    6    29 .207    4     9 .444 8    23    31    1.7   20     0       9       13      5   2            30       1.7
                                                              RENEE MONTGOMERY
                              20
                             AT FIRST GLANCE
                                                              5-7    So./So. Guard
                                                              St. Albans, W. Va. (South Charleston)

                              Selected as a Preseason Naismith Trophy Candidate as one of the top-50
                                                                                                                CAREER HIGHS-ALL GAMES
                                                                                                                Points ....................................26, Two Times
                              players in the country...Named to All-BIG EAST Preseason Team...enjoyed           FG Made ......................9, Purdue (11/30/06)
                              a tremendous rookie season which saw her tie the UConn freshman assist            FG Atts. ......................17, Purdue (11/30/06)
record and be recognized as the BIG EAST Freshman of the Year...spent the summer leading the USA                3-Pt. FG ..................................4, Two Times
U-20 National Team to a gold medal and the FIBA Americas U-20 Championship for Women in Mexico                  3-Pt. FGA..............................8, Three Times
City...led team with 123 assists, which tied Pam Webber for the most assists ever by a UConn fresh-             FT ........................................8, Two Times
man...has a knack for knocking down a big shot when the situation calls for one...her range extends             FT Att. ............10, Colorado State (12/21/06)
beyond the 3-point arc as she drilled 39 treys as a freshman - third most on the squad...also excels on         Off. Reb. ..............................3, Three Times
the defensive end as she notched 63 steals in 2005-06...will also see time at shooting guard when paired        Def. Reb. ........................5, Rutgers (2/6/07)
up in the backcourt with fellow point guard Ketia Swanier.                                                      Total Reb. ........................7, DePaul (3/6/06)
                                                                                                                Assists ....................................9, Four Times
                                                                                                                TO ................................9, Purdue (11/30/06)
2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                              Blocks ..................2, Coppin State (3/19/06)
Has tallied double-figure points in 17 games this season...has posted 20 or more points three times in          Steals ..........................8, Hofstra (12/22/05)
career...has posted double-figure points 32 times in her career...ranks 29th among BIG EAST scoring             Minutes ....................39, Tennessee (1/6/06)
leaders at 12.2 ppg...ranks first on the squad, second in the BIG EAST and 54th nationally with
4.65 assists per game...ranks third among BIG EAST Conference leaders at 2.65 steals per                        CAREER HIGHS-BIG EAST GAMES
game...ranks eighth in the BIG EAST in assist turnover ratio at 1.70...had 10 points with six steals            Points ......................26, Louisville (1/31/06)
and four assists against Rutgers (2/6)...scored 12 points against Marquette (2/3)...had 14 points in 31         FG Made ..................8, Seton Hall (1/10/07)
minutes of action against Cincinnati (1/30)...scored 15 points against St. John’s (1/21)...dropped 12           FG Atts. ....................15, Syracuse (2/22/06)
points shooting 5-of-7 with a season-high six steals against Providence (1/17)...had 10 points a tied a         3-Pt. FG ..................................4, Two Times
career-high with nine assists against Syracuse (1/13)...scored 17 points and tied a career-best four treys      3-Pt. FGA ............................8, Three Times
against Seton Hall (1/9)...had eighth straight game in double-figure points with 14 as well as five assists     FT ............................8, Louisville (1/31/06)
against Sacred Heart (12/31)...had 16 points against Hartford (12/29)...scored in double figures with 10        FT Att.......................................8, Two Times
points against Oakland (12/23)...dropped 19 points and tied a career-best with eight free throws against        Off. Reb. ..............................3, Three Times
Colorado State (12/21)...scored 17 points and tied a career-best in assists with nine against Virginia          Def. Reb. ........................5, Rutgers (2/6/07)
(12/18)...had 11 points in 25 minutes in the BIG EAST opener against Georgetown (12/7)...dropped 16             Total Reb. ........................7, DePaul (3/6/06)
points in 33 minutes in the win over Holy Cross (12/5)...nailed a career-best nine field goals tied career-     Assists ....................................9, Two Times
high with 26 points in the win against No. 9/9 Purdue (11/30)...posted 12 points in 25 minutes vs. Colgate      TO ........................................5, Three Times
                                                                                                                Blocks......................................1, Two Times
(11/16).
                                                                                                                Steals ......................................6, Two Times
                                                                                                                Minutes..................................38, Two Times

                                                                                                                2006-07 SEASON HIGHS
                                                                                                                Points..............................26, Purdue (11/30)
MONTGOMERY GAME-BY-GAME                                                                                         FG Made ..........................9, Purdue (11/30)
OPP.              MIN    FG-A    3-PT     FT-A     OR   DR     REB    PF    A    TO     B     S    PTS          FG Atts. ..........................17, Purdue (11/30)
Richmond          30      4-9     2-5      2-2      0    2      2      1    7     2     0     3     12          3-Pt. FG ..........................4, Seton Hall (1/9)
Colgate           25     5-11     0-2      2-2      0    2      2      2    2     3     1     2     12          3-Pt. FGA ........................8, Seton Hall (1/9)
Boston Univ.      16      2-6     0-3      2-4      0    0      0      0    1     2     0     1      6          FT ......................8, Colorado State (12/21)
Purdue            34     9-17     2-5      6-6      1    3      4      3    3     9     1     1     26          FT Att. ................10, Colorado State (12/21)
Holy Cross        33     7-12     0-2      2-3      1    3      4      2    7     1     0     2     16          Off. Reb. ........................2, Tennessee (1/6)
Georgetown        25     4-10     1-3      2-2      1    3      4      1    2     4     0     3     11          Def. Reb. ............................5, Rutgers (2/6)
Virginia          31     7-11     0-2      3-3      1    2      3      1    9     3     0     3     17          Total Reb. ............................5, Three Times
Colorado State    26      5-8     1-3     8-10      0    1      1      0    7     0     0     5     19          Assists ....................................9, Two Times
Oakland           31     5-14     0-3      0-0      1    1      2      0    6     2     0     5     10          TO ....................................9, Purdue (11/30)
Hartford          35     7-14     2-5      0-1      0    2      2      3    3     2     0     1     16          Blocks ....................................1, Four Times
Sacred Heart      32     6-11     2-3      0-0      0    0      0      1    5     2     1     2     14          Steals ......................................6, Two Times
West Virginia     28      2-6     2-5      1-2      0    3      3      4    5     5     0     3      7          Minutes ........................39, Tennessee (1/6)
Tennessee         39     2-11     0-5      0-0      2    3      5      1    6     1     0     3      4
Seton Hall        29     5-11     4-8      3-6      1    1      2      2    8     2     0     3     17
Syracuse          33     4-12     0-5      2-2      1    3      4      3    9     2     0     1     10
North Carolina    35     3-15     0-4      0-0      0    1      1      3    3     1     0     4      6
Providence        26      5-7     0-1      2-5      0    1      1      0    6     1     0     6     12
St. John’s        28     6-10     3-5      0-0      1    4      5      3    2     5     0     2     15
DePaul            20      3-7     0-3      0-1      0    1      1      2    1     2     0     0      6
Notre Dame        27      3-7     0-3      2-5      0    2      2      2    3     5     0     2      8
Cincinnati        31     4-11     2-4      4-4      1    2      3      2    4     3     1     0     14
Marquette         36     4-13     0-1      4-6      1    3      4      1    4     4     0     3     12
Rutgers           35     2-11     0-3      6-8      0    5      5      2    4     2     0     6     10


MONTGOMERY’S CAREER STATISTICS
Year      GP     GS Min Avg FG          FGA Pct    FG   FGA    Pct   FT    FTA Pct Off Def        Tot    Avg   PF    FO     Ast TO Blk Stl               Pts       Avg
2005-06   37     35 1035 28.0 124       288 .431   39   116   .336   43    54 .796 26 54           80    2.2   52    0      123 81  3  63                330       8.9
2006-07   23     23 685 29.8 104        244 .426   21    83   .253   51    72 .708 12 48           60    2.6   39    0      107 63  4  61                280      12.2
TOTAL     60     58 1720 28.7 228       532 .429   60   199   .302   94    126 .746 38 102        140    2.3   91    0      230 144 7 124                610      10.2
                                                                  CHARDE HOUSTON
                               24
                               AT FIRST GLANCE
                                                                  6-1   Jr./Jr. Forward
                                                                  San Diego, Calif. (San Diego)

                                 Selected to the Preseason Naismith Trophy Top-50 List...Named to the
                                                                                                                  CAREER HIGHS-ALL GAMES
                                                                                                                  Points ..............................25, Texas (1/17/05)
                                 Preseason Wooden Award Watch Top-30 List...enters her junior season              FG Made ................................11, Two Times
                                 looking to take the next step as one of the nation’s elite all-around play-      FG Atts. ............................23, LSU (1/16/06)
ers... her consistency on both ends of the court this season will go a long way into determining the              3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
Huskies’ ultimate level of success this season...possesses a well-rounded offensive game and is more              3-Pt. FGA ............................2, LSU (1/16/06)
than capable of creating her own shot...averaged 9.5 points per game as a sophomore while shooting                FT ..........................................7, Two Times
.527 from the field....also tallied 36 steals and 30 blocks during her sophomore campaign.                        FT Att. ..................10, Notre Dame (2/19/06)
                                                                                                                  Off. Reb. ................5, Notre Dame (1/30/05)
                                                                                                                  Def. Reb. ................11, Seton Hall (1/22/05)
2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                                Total Reb. ..........................14, LSU (1/16/06)
Has posted double-figure points in 13 games this season...tallied two double-doubles this season.....has          Assists ............................7, DePaul (1/24/07)
posted double-figure points 49 times in her career...has recorded five double-doubles in her career...has         TO ............................8, Oklahoma (11/20/05)
posted 20-plus points eight times in her career...ranks second in BIG EAST with a .573 field goal                 Blocks ....................................4, Eight Times
percentage...ranks 11th in BIG EAST and second on the squad with 1.26 blocks per game...had                       Steals........................................5, Two Times
her second double-double of the season with 16 points and 11 rebounds in a career-high 38 minutes                 Minutes ..........................38, Rutgers (2/6/07)
against Rutgers (2/6)...recorded 9 points with 10 rebounds against Notre Dame (1/27)...had 19 points
witha career-high seven assists against DePaul (1/24)...posted four blocks and nine rebounds against              CAREER HIGHS-BIG EAST GAMES
St. John’s (1/21) which allowed her to become the seventh UConn player ever to record 100 blocks, 100
                                                                                                                  Points ....................................20, Two Times
steals and 100 assists in a career...scored 10 points against North Carolina (1/15)...had 11 points and           FG Made ..............................9, Three Times
eight rebounds against Syracuse (1/13)...recorded 19 points shooting 9-for-12 against Seton Hall                  FG Atts. ....................18, Syracuse (2/19/05)
(1/9)...dropped a season-best 23 points in a career-high 37 minutes against Tennessee (1/6)...scored a            3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
team-high 16 points with nine rebounds against West Virginia (1/2)...dropped 10 points with five                  3-Pt. FGA................................................N/A
rebounds and two blocks against Colorado State (12/21)...had 14 points, going a perfect 6-for-6 in field          FT ........................................7, Two Times
goals in just 16 minutes in the BIG EAST opener against Geogetown (12/7)...scored 22 points, tying her            FT Att. ..................10, Notre Dame (2/19/06)
career-high of 11 field goals and got her 100th career steal in the win over Holy Cross (12/5)...played           Off. Reb. ................5, Notre Dame (1/30/05)
35 minutes against No. 9/9 Purdue (11/30) while totaling nine points, seven rebounds, five assists, four          Def. Reb. ................11, Seton Hall (1/22/05)
blocks and four steals in win over Boilermakers...had a double-double in the win against Boston                   Total Reb. ..............13, Seton Hall (1/22/05)
University (11/28) with 12 points and 11 rebounds...tallied 20 points and nine rebounds in season-open-           Assists ..........................7, DePaul (1/24/07)
ing win over Richmond (11/13).                                                                                    TO ..........................................7, Two Times
                                                                                                                  Blocks ....................................4, Five Times
                                                                                                                  Steals ....................5, Georgetown (2/16/05)
                                                                                                                  Minutes ........................38, Rutgers (2/6/07)



HOUSTON GAME-BY-GAME                                                                                              2006-07 SEASON HIGHS
OPP.              MIN      FG-A    3-PT     FT-A       OR   DR     REB   PF     A    TO    B    S    PTS          Points............................23, Tennessee (1/6)
Richmond          29       9-12     0-0      2-3        2    7      9     1     1     0    2    3     20          FG Made ....................11, Holy Cross (12/5)
Colgate           17         5-7    0-0      0-2        2    4      6     3     2     1    0    3     10          FG Atts. ........................18, Tennessee (1/6)
Boston Univ.      19         5-8    0-0      2-2        3    8      11    1     2     2    2    0     12          3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
Purdue            35         4-9    0-0      1-4        1    6       7    2     5     3    4    4      9          3-Pt. FGA................................................N/A
Holy Cross        34       11-14    0-0      0-0        4    2      6     2     3     2    0    4     22          FT ............................7, Notre Dame (1/27)
Georgetown        16         6-6    0-0      2-4        1    4      5     2     2     1    0    0     14          FT Att.......................................8, Two Times
Virginia          24        3-5     0-0      0-0        1    4      5     3     2     3    0    2      6          Off. Reb. ..............................4, Three Times
Colorado State    23        4-8     0-0      2-4        0    5      5     1     0     1    2    1     10          Def. Reb. ................................8, Four Times
Oakland           19         2-6    0-0      2-2        3    4       7    1     3     2    4    1      6          Total Reb. ..............................11, Two Times
Hartford          28         4-9    0-0      0-2        2    5       7    3     3     7    2    1      8          Assists ................................7, DePaul (1/24)
Sacred Heart      11         3-6    0-0      0-0        2    0       2    0     0     1    0    1      6          TO ........................................7, Three Times
West Virginia     28        5-10    0-0      6-7        1    8      9     2     1     2    0    0     16          Blocks ..................................4, Three Times
Tennessee         37       10-18    0-0      3-6        0    8      8     2     2     4    2    1     23          Steals....................................4, Three Times
Seton Hall        22        9-12    0-0      1-3        0    2      2     2     0     1    0    3     19          Minutes ..............................38, Rutgers (2/6)
Syracuse          28        5-14    0-0      1-1        2    6       8    3     3     1    0    4     11
North Carolina    22        4-6     0-0      2-3        2    2      4     4     2     7    0    1     10
Providence        23        2-4     0-0      1-1        2    5      7     1     1     2    1    0      5
St. John’s        28         2-2    0-0      1-4        4    5       9    3     2     2    4    2      5
DePaul            26        7-10    0-0      5-8        1    6      7     3     7     2    0    2     19
Notre Dame        28         1-5    0-0      7-8        4    6      10    3     4     7    3    0      9
Cincinnat          4         0-0    0-0      0-0        0    0      0     0     0     1    0    0      0
Marquette         15         2-5    0-0      0-0        0    1       1    2     1     2    2    3      4
Rutgers           38        7-16    0-0      2-3        3    8      11    3     1     6    1    2     16

HOUSTON’S CAREER STATISTICS
Year       GP    GS Min      Avg    FG    FGA    Pct   FG   FGA    Pct FT     FTA    Pct Off Def    Tot    Avg    PF   FO      Ast TO Blk Stl                  Pts       Avg
2004-05    33    12 643     19.5   148    296   .500   0     1    .000 62     99    .626 49 129     178    5.4    62   0        42  69 49 51                   358      10.8
2005-06    33     4 556     16.8   125    237   .527   0     2    .000 63      89   .708 50 109     159    4.8    66   1        28  85 30 36                   313       9.5
2006-07    23    22 554     24.1   110    192   .573   0     0    .000 40     67    .597 40 106     146    6.3    47   0        47  60 29 38                   260      11.3
TOTAL      89    38 1753    19.7   383    725   .528   0     3    .000 165    255   .647 139 344    483    5.4   175   1       117 214 108 125                 931      10.5
                                                               MEL THOMAS
                              25
                              AT FIRST GLANCE
                                                               5-9   Jr./Jr. Guard
                                                               Cincinnati, Ohio (Mount Notre Dame)

                             Top returning scorer for Connecticut in 2006-07 after averaging 11.2 points
                                                                                                                 CAREER HIGHS-ALL GAMES
                                                                                                                 Points ........................25, Hofstra (12/22/05)
                             during sophomore season...is expected to be among the nation’s top 3-               FG Made ..............9, Holy Cross (12/19/05)
                             point field goal shooters...led the BIG EAST and ranked 16th nationally last        FG Atts. ..............16, Holy Cross (12/19/05)
season with a .429 percentage from beyond-the-arc...one of the Huskies leaders in the backcourt...is a           3-Pt. FG ..............................5, Seven Times
gritty player who has a nose for the ball on defense...ranked third on the squad with 53 steals last sea-        3-Pt. FGA ................14, St. John’s (1/21/07)
son...named BIG EAST Most Improved Player following sophomore season...also recognized as the                    FT ..........................6, Providence (2/5/05)
MVP of the Preseason WNIT.                                                                                       FT Att.......................................7, Two Times
                                                                                                                 Off. Reb. ..................................3, Two Times
                                                                                                                 Def. Reb. ......................7, DePaul (1/28/06)
2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                               Total Reb. ............................7, Three Times
Has posted double-figure points in 10 games this season...named to CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine                      Assists ............8, George Mason (12/27/04)
Academic All-District I Second Team...has posted double-figure points 34 times in her career...has post-         TO......................5, Arizona State (12/21/04)
ed 20-plus points eight times in her career...ranks first on squad and second in BIG EAST                        Blocks ........................................1, 13 Times
Conference with 58 treys...also ranks second in BIG EAST and 12th nationally in 3-point field                    Steals....................................4, Three Times
goal percentage at .436...scored 14 points in 38 minutes against Cincinnati (1/30)...dropped five treys          Minutes ..............................40, Three Times
and finished with 19 points against St. John’s (1/21)...scored 17 points shooting 5-of-9 from three-point
range against Providence (1/17)...matched a season-high 23 points with four treys, which launched her            CAREER HIGHS-BIG EAST GAMES
past Amy Duran and Nykesha Sales and into the top 10 on the UConn career 3-point list against Seton
                                                                                                                 Points ........................23, Seton Hall (1/9/07)
Hall (1/9)...scored ten points against Sacred Heart (12/31)...dropped 10 points and tied career-bests            FG Made ..................................8, Two Times
with five 3-pointers and seven rebounds against Colorado State (12/21)...tied her career-high in minutes         FG Atts. ....................15, St. John’s (1/21/07)
with 40 in the win over No. 9/9 Purdue (11/30) while tallying three steals and eight points...had 14 points      3-Pt. FG ................................5, Three Times
and shot a perfect 4-4 from beyond the arc against Boston University (11/28)...tallied 23 points and             3-Pt. FGA ................14, St. John’s (1/21/07)
matched career-high with five 3-pointers in season-opening win over Richmond (11/13).                            FT ............................6, Providence (2/5/05)
                                                                                                                 FT Att. ..........................7, St. John’s (1/2/05)
                                                                                                                 Off. Reb.....................................2, FiveTimes
                                                                                                                 Def. Reb. ........................7, DePaul (1/28/06)
                                                                                                                 Total Reb. ......................7, DePaul (1/28/06)
                                                                                                                 Assists......................6, Providence (2/15/06)
                                                                                                                 TO ............................................3, Two Times
                                                                                                                 Blocks ..................................1, Seven Times
                                                                                                                 Steals................................4, DePaul (3/6/06)
                                                                                                                 Minutes ..................................39, Two Times



                                                                                                                 2006-07 SEASON HIGHS
THOMAS GAME-BY-GAME                                                                                              Points ............................23, Seton Hall (1/9)
OPP.              MIN    FG-A    3-PT     FT-A    OR     DR     REB   PF     A    TO     B     S    PTS          FG Made ........................8, Seton Hall (1/9)
Richmond          36     8-14     5-8      2-3     1      5      6     2     4     2     0     1     23          FG Atts. ........................15, St. John’s (1/21)
Colgate           28     6-12     3-7      0-0     0      2      2     1     1     1     0     0     15          3-Pt. FG..................................5, Four Times
Boston Univ.      33      5-6     4-4      0-0     0      3      3     1     4     1     0     0     14          3-Pt. FGA ....................14, St. John’s (1/21)
Purdue            40      2-3     2-2      2-2     0      1      1     0     2     2     0     3      8          FT ........................................5, Two Times
Holy Cross        39      3-9     1-5      2-2     0      1      1     1     2     2     0     1      9          FT Att. ....................6, Sacred Heart (12/31)
Georgetown        27      1-3     1-2      3-3     1      0      1     0     2     0     0     0      6          Off. Reb. ..................................3, Two Times
Virginia          33      2-5     2-4      2-2     0      1      1     1     2     0     0     1      8          Def. Reb. ..............................5, Three Times
Colorado State    36     6-14    5-11      2-2     2      5      7     1     2     1     0     1     19          Total Reb. ............7, Colorado State (21/21)
Oakland           32     3-10     2-6      2-2     1      1      2     1     3     0     0     1     10          Assists ....................................4, Two Times
Hartford          39      1-5     1-2      3-3     1      3      4     1     0     0     0     0      6          TO ..........................................2, Four Times
Sacred Heart      31     2-10     1-7      5-6     1      0      1     1     1     1     0     0     10          Blocks ..................................1, Three Times
West Virginia     35      1-3     1-3      2-2     2      3      5     1     2     1     0     1      5          Steals ................................3, Purdue (11/30)
Tennessee         28      2-5     2-4      2-2     0      0      0     0     1     2     0     1      8          Minutes..................................40, Two Times
Seton Hall        25     8-12     4-8      3-3     0      3      3     1     1     0     1     0     23
Syracuse          34      2-5     2-5      0-0     2      1      3     1     0     0     0     0      6
North Carolina    27      2-9     1-5      1-2     3      2      5     5     3     1     0     0      6
Providence        22     6-10     5-9      0-0     0      4      4     0     0     0     0     0     17
St. John’s        37     5-15    5-14      4-4     1      1      2     0     3     1     0     2     19
DePaul            40      3-8     3-8      0-0     0      5      5     0     3     1     1     1      9
Notre Dame        35      3-7     3-5      0-0     0      3      3     1     0     0     0     1      9
Cincinnati        38      3-9     3-7      5-5     0      2      2     0     0     0     1     0     14
Rutgers           26      0-4     0-2      0-0     0      1      1     0     1     1     0     1      0


THOMAS’ CAREER STATISTICS
Year      GP     GS Min Avg FG          FGA    Pct FG    FGA    Pct FT     FTA    Pct Off Def      Tot    Avg    PF   FO     Ast     TO     Blk    Stl     Pts       Avg
2004-05   29      4 526 18.1 54         136   .397 26     84   .310 28      42   .667 20 36         56    1.9    30   0       54     31      4     20      162       5.6
2005-06   35     35 1043 29.8 135       276   .489 76    177   .429 46     59    .780 24 59         83    2.4    51   0       66     40      6     53      392      11.2
2006-07   23     23 760 33.0 76         186   .409 58    133   .436 40     43    .930 16 51         67    2.9    19   1       38     18      3     15      250      10.9
TOTAL     87     62 2329 26.8 265       598   .443 160   394   .406 114    144   .792 60 146       206    2.4   100   1      158     89     13     88      804      9.2
                                                                           TINA CHARLES
                                      31
                                      AT FIRST GLANCE
                                                                           6-4   Fr./Fr. Center
                                                                           Jamaica, N.Y. (Christ The King)

                                      Named BIG EASTPreseason Freshman of the Year...the consensus national high school play-
                                                                                                                                           CAREER HIGHS-ALL GAMES
                                                                                                                                           Points ....................................20, Two Times
                                      er of the year during her senior year at Christ the King...led the Royals to back-to-back nation-    FG Made ..................10, Marquette (2/3/07)
                                      al championships during junior and senior prep seasons...should provide an immediate impact          FG Atts. ....................18, Colgate (11/16/06)
both offensively and defensively in the paint...attended same high school as Sue Bird, Chamique Holdsclaw and Lamar Odom.                  3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
                                                                                                                                           3-Pt. FGA................................................N/A
2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                                                         FT ........................................5, Two Times
Has posted double-figure points in 15 games this season...has started 19 games this season...has been named BIG EAST                       FT Att.......................................8, Two Times
Freshman of the Week four times this season...has posted double-figure rebounds in nine games this season...has tallied                    Off. Reb. ..................10, Colgate (11/16/06)
eight double-doubles this season - tying her with Rebecca Lobo for most in a single-season by a UConn freshman...cur-                      Def. Reb...................12, Syracuse (1/13/07)
rently ranks fifth among BIG EAST reboundng leaders at 8.4 rpg...also ranks fourth among conference leaders in                             Total Reb. ................19, Syracuse (1/13/07)
field goal percentage (.570) and second in blocks (2.17)...ranks second on UConn freshman block list with current                          Assists ....................3, Richmond (11/13/06)
total of 50 - 25 by Kara Wolters’ UConn freshman record total of 75...ranks seventh on the UConn freshman                                  TO ..............................5, Marquette (2/3/07)
rebound list with 194 - 15 behind Leigh Curl’s sixth-place total...scored 15 points with 10 rebounds against Rutger s                      Blocks ....................9, Notre Dame (1/27/07)
(2/6)...named BIG EAST Freshman of the Week for the fourth time this season for period ending Feb. 4...had her seventh                     Steals ........................3, Syracuse (1/13/07)
double-double of the season with a season-high 20 points and 14 rebounds against Marquette (2/3)...recorded nine blocks                    Minutes ........................36, Rutgers (2/6/07)
tying a school record and setting a new BIG EAST freshman record against Notre Dame (1/27)...also finished with 12 points
and 10 rebounds against the Fighting Irish, coming just short of becoming only the second UConn player since Laura
Lishness to put together a triple-double...had 11 points against DePaul (1/24)...earned BIG EAST Freshman of the Week                      CAREER HIGHS-BIG EAST GAMES
honors for second straight week for period ending Jan. 22 averaging16.5 points on 70.6 percent shooting in wins over                       Points ....................................20, Two Times
Providence(1/17) and St. John’s (1/21)...scored 15 points in only 18 minutes against St. John’s (1/21/)...dropped 18 points                FG Made ..................10, Marquette (2/3/07)
in only 18 minutes against Providence (1/17)...named BIG EAST Freshman of the Week for the period ending Jan. 15 after                     FG Atts. ....................14, Marquette (2/3/07)
averaging 17.0 points, 15.5 rebounds and 3.5 blocks in UConn's 2-0 week that included wins over Seton Hall and                             3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
Syracuse...brought down a career-high 19 rebounds with 14 points for a second straight double-double against Syracuse                      3-Pt. FGA................................................N/A
(1/13)...her 19 rebounds against Syracuse were the most by a UConn player since Swin Cash pulled down 20 on February                       FT ........................................5, Two Times
20, 2001 versus West Virginia...recorded her third double-double in four games with 20 points and 12 rebounds against                      FT Att. ....................8, West Virginia (1/2/07)
Seton Hall (1/9)...tallied second consecutive double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds against West Virginia                           Off. Reb. ........................9, Rutgers (2/6/07)
(1/2)...scored 15 points and pulled down 11 rebounds against Sacred Heart (12/31)...named BIG EAST Freshman of the                         Def. Reb...................12, Syracuse (1/13/07)
Week for the period ending Dec. 25 after averaging 12.0 points while shooting .654 (17-of-26) from the field in wins over                  Total Reb. ................19, Syracuse (1/13/07)
Virginia (12/18), Colorado State (12/21) and Oakland (12/23)...had 15 points shooting 7-of-9 with eight rebounds against                   Assists ....................................2, Two Times
Colorado State (12/21)...posted 12 points and a career-high six blocks against Virginia (12/18)...scored 14 points and                     TO ..............................5, Marquette (2/3/07)
grabbed 7 rebounds in only 17 minutes in the win over Georgetown (12/7)...tallied 18 points and 17 rebounds in her sec-                    Blocks ....................9, Notre Dame (1/27/07)
ond collegiate game vs. Colgate (11/16), becoming the fastest player in UConn history to post a double-double since Ann                    Steals ........................3, Syracuse (1/13/07)
Strother did it in the first game of her freshman season in 2002-03.                                                                       Minutes ........................36, Rutgers (2/6/07)



                                                                                                                                           2006-07 SEASON HIGHS
CHARLES GAME-BY-GAME                                                                                                                       Points ....................................20, Two Times
OPP.                  MIN       FG-A      3-PT     FT-A       OR      DR       REB      PF      A     TO        B      S     PTS           FG Made........................10, Marquette (2/3)
Richmond              22        2-10       0-0      1-5        1       9        10       2      3      1        2      0       5           FG Atts. ..........................18, Colgate (11/16)
Colgate               29        7-18       0-0      4-8       10       7        17       0      1      1        5      2      18           3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
Boston Univ.          20          5-7      0-0      2-4        2       6         8       1      0      1        0      0      12           3-Pt. FGA................................................N/A
Purdue                23          3-5      0-0      0-0        2       1         3       0      1      3        1      0       6           FT ........................................5, Two Times
Holy Cross            14         1-5       0-0      1-2        2       2         4       1      1      2        2      0       3           FT Att.......................................8, Two Times
Georgetown            17        5-10       0-0      4-5        2       5         7       3      0      3        1      0      14           Off. Reb. ........................10, Colgate (11/16)
Virginia              18        6-10       0-0      0-2        1       6         7       3      0      4        6      0      12           Def. Reb. ......................12, Syracuse (1/13)
Colorado State        22         7-9       0-0      1-4        4       4         8       3      1      2        1      0      15           Total Reb.......................19, Syracuse (1/13)
Oakland                7          4-7      0-0      1-1        2       1         3       1      0      0        0      0       9           Assists..........................3, Richmond (11/13)
Hartford               6          2-6      0-0      0-0        3       4         7       0      0      0        0      0       4           TO ....................................5, Marquette (2/3)
Sacred Heart          19         6-12      0-0      3-6        6       5        11       1      1      0        1      0      15           Blocks ....................9, Notre Dame (1/27/07)
West Virginia         24         4-9       0-0      5-8        5       7        12       2      0      4        2      0      13           Steals ..............................3, Syracuse (1/13)
Tennessee             11          3-4      0-0      1-4        3       1         4       0      0      0        0      0       7           Minutes ..............................36, Rutgers (2/6)
Seton Hall            21        9-10       0-0      2-4        2      10        12       2      2      0        2      0      20
Syracuse              33          5-8      0-0      4-5        7      12        19       1      1      4        5      3      14
North Carolina        13         4-7       0-0      1-1        0       3        3        5      3      0        2      0       9
Providence            18         7-9       0-0      4-6        1       3         4       0      0      1        0      0      18
St. John’s            18          5-8      0-0      5-7        4       2         6       2      0      1        1      0      15
DePaul                20         5-9       0-0      1-2        5       2         7       1      0      3        2      1      11
Notre Dame            27          6-7      0-0      0-1        3       7        10       1      0      3        9      1      12
Cincinnat             24         2-6       0-0      2-4        3       5         8       5      1      1        0      0       6
Marquette             35        10-14      0-0      0-0        5       9        14       3      2      5        2      2      20
Rutgers               36         6-10      0-0      3-6        9       1        10       3      1      3        6      0      15

CHARLES’ CAREER STATISTICS
Year    GP          GS    Min     Avg FG FGA Pct                FG    FGA Pct         FT     FTA Pct Off Def               Tot     Avg    PF    FO      Ast      TO     Blk Stl         Pts       Avg
2006-07 23          19    477    20.7 114 200 .570              0      0 .000         45     85 .529 82 112                194     8.4    40    2       18       42     50   9          273      11.9
TOTAL   23          19    477    20.7 114 200 .570              0      0 .000         45     85 .529 82 112                194     8.4    40    2       18       42      50  9          273      11.9
                                                            KALANA GREENE
                             32
                             AT FIRST GLANCE
                                                            5-10    So./So. Guard
                                                            Saint Stephen, S.C. (Timberland)

                            Is expected to have a major impact for the Huskies on the wing this sea-
                                                                                                              CAREER HIGHS-ALL GAMES
                                                                                                              Points ..........................25, DePaul (1/24/07)
                            son...one of the best slashers on the squad...should have ample opportu-          FG Made ..................11, Syracuse (1/13/07)
                            nity to create scoring chances for herself as well as her teammates with          FG Atts. ....................22, Syracuse (1/13/07)
her driving game...should battle for a starting position on the wing...averaged a double-double during        3-Pt. FG ..................................1, Four Times
every season of her high school career...appeared in 35 games while making three starts during fresh-         3-Pt. FGA....................4, Syracuse (1/13/07)
man campaign...averaged 4.2 points and 2.1 rebounds per contest.                                              FT ........................................6, Two Times
                                                                                                              FT Att.....................................8, Three Times
                                                                                                              Off. Reb. ....................7, Hartford (12/29/06)
2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                            Def. Reb. ........10, Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
Has started all 23 games this season...has scored double-figure points 17 times this season....has            Total Reb. ................16, Hartford (12/29/06)
scored double-figure points 20 times in her career...has tallied four double-doubles this season...leads      Assists ........................4, Colgate (11/16/06)
                                                                                                              TO ..........................................4, Four Times
team and ranks 21st among BIG EAST Conference leaders at 13.3 points per contest...ranks 11th
                                                                                                              Blocks ..........................3, Hartford (12/1/05)
among BIG EAST field goal percentage leaders at .512...ranks 12th among confernce leaders in
                                                                                                              Steals ......................................5, Two Times
steals at 1.91 spg...ranks 14th among BIG EAST rebounding leaders at 7.2 rpg...recorded 15 points             Minutes ..................................40, Two Times
and 10 rebounds against Rutgers (2/6)...scored a game-high 20 points with seven rebounds against
Cincinnati (1/30)...named BIG EAST Player of the Week for period ending Jan. 29 after averaging team-
bests with 17.5 points and 9.5 rebounds over UConn's 2-0 week, that included wins over DePaul and             CAREER HIGHS-BIG EAST GAMES
Notre Dame...recorded 12 points against Notre Dame (1/27)...scored a career-high 25 points with 12            Points ..........................25, DePaul (1/24/07)
rebounds and tied a career-best 40 minutes against DePaul (1/24)...finished with 14 points against St.        FG Made ..................11, Syracuse (1/13/07)
John’s (1/21)...dropped 12 points against Providence (1/17)...scored 23 points in second straight game        FG Atts. ....................22, Syracuse (1/13/07)
and played a career-best 40 minutes against North Carolina (1/15)...had 23 points against Syracuse            3-Pt. FG ..................................1, Two Times
(1/13)...dropped 15 points with nine rebounds playing 38 minutes against West Virginia (1/2)...had dou-       3-Pt. FGA....................4, Syracuse (1/13/07)
ble-figure rebounds with 11 and scored eight points against Sacred Heart (12/31)...had a double-double        FT ..............................6, DePaul (1/24/07)
for second consecutive game with 14 points and a career-high 16 rebounds in 36 minutes against                FT Att. ............................8, DePaul (1/24/07)
Hartford (12/29)...scored first double-double of her career with 14 points and 13 rebounds against            Off. Reb. ........................6, DePaul (1/24/07)
                                                                                                              Def. Reb. ................8, West Virginia (1/2/07)
Oakland (12/23)...totaled 17 points shooting 7-of-10 with eight rebounds against Colorado State
                                                                                                              Total Reb. ....................12, DePaul (1/24/07)
(12/21)...posted 21 points making 10-of-12 field goals with nine rebounds in the win over Virginia
                                                                                                              Assists......................................3, Two Times
(12/18)...had 10 points with six rebounds and a career-best three steals in 22 minutes in win over Holy       TO ............................................4, Two Times
Cross (12/5)...pulled down nine rebounds in win over Boston Univ. (11/28)...totaled 14 points and seven       Blocks ........................................1, Six Times
rebounds in win over Richmond (11/13)...scored 22 points and shot 10-of-11 from the free throw line in        Steals ..........................5, Syracuse (1/13/07)
exhibition win over Viterbo (11/26) during team’s Italian Tour.                                               Minutes ........................40, DePaul (1/24/07)

                                                                                                              2006-07 SEASON HIGHS
                                                                                                              Points ..............................25, DePaul (1/24)
GREENE GAME-BY-GAME                                                                                           FG Made ......................11, Syracuse (1/13)
OPP.              MIN   FG-A    3-PT    FT-A    OR    DR     REB    PF    A    TO     B     S    PTS          FG Atts. ........................22, Syracuse (1/13)
Richmond          27     7-12    0-0     0-0     4     3      7      2    1     1     0     1     14          3-Pt. FG................................1, Three Times
Colgate           23      2-7    0-0     2-3     2     6       8     1    4     3     1     1      6          3-Pt. FGA ........................4, Syracuse (1/13)
Boston Univ.      19      3-9    0-1     5-8     5     4       9     1    2     1     0     1     11          FT ....................................6, DePaul (1/24)
Purdue            20      2-7    0-2     1-1     1     4       5     2    0     4     0     0      5          FT Att. ....................................8, Four Times
Holy Cross        22      5-8    0-0     0-2     5     1       6     1    3     3     0     3     10          Off. Reb...........................7, Hartford (12/29)
Georgetown        19      3-8    0-1     2-4     4     0       4     1    1     0     0     3      8          Def. Reb. ..............10, Sacred Heart (12/31)
Virginia          26    10-12    1-1     0-0     1     8      9      2    2     1     0     1     21          Total Reb. ......................16, Hartford (12/29)
Colorado State    25     7-10    0-0     3-6     5     3      8      2    2     1     0     1     17          Assists ....................................4, Two Times
Oakland           23     7-12    0-0     0-0     4     9      13     3    2     2     0     3     14          TO ..........................................4, Four Times
Hartford          36     5-12    0-0     4-6     7     9      16     1    1     2     0     3     14          Blocks ......................................1, Six Times
Sacred Heart      28      4-9    0-1     0-0     1    10      11     1    2     3     1     1      8          Steals ......................................5, Two Times
West Virginia     38     6-10    1-2     2-2     1     8       9     1    2     4     1     4     15          Minutes..................................40, Two Times
Tennessee         31      3-9    0-2     0-0     0     2       2     1    3     3     0     0      6
Seton Hall        22      3-4    0-0     2-4     1     2       3     3    3     3     1     1      8
Syracuse          25    11-22    0-4     1-2     2     3       5     4    3     1     0     5     23
North Carolina    40    9-19     0-2     5-8     1     3      4      4    2     4     1     5     23
Providence        22      6-9    0-0     0-0     3     2       5     2    1     2     0     2     12
St. John’s        23     6-11    0-1     2-2     1     1       2     4    2     3     0     2     14
DePaul            40     9-17    1-2     6-8     6     6      12     0    1     2     0     3     25
Notre Dame        33      3-7    0-0     4-4     1     6       7     4    2     4     2     1     12
Cincinnati        39    10-17    0-1     0-0     1     6      7      3    1     3     0     0     20
Marquette         28     3-11    0-0     0-0     1     2       3     1    1     3     1     2      6
Rutgers           36     6-12    0-1     3-8     3     7      10     2    0     1     1     1     15

GREENE’S CAREER STATISTICS
Year      GP     GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct           FG   FGA    Pct   FT    FTA Pct Off Def        Tot    Avg    PF   FO     Ast     TO     Blk    Stl     Pts       Avg
2005-06   35      3 475 13.6 58 132 .439         1     5    .200   30     47 .638 25 49          74    2.1    54   0       12     28      9      16     147       4.2
2006-07   23     23 645 28.0 130 254 .512        3    21    .143   42    68 .618 60 105         165    7.2   46    0      41      54      9     44      305      13.3
TOTAL     58     26 1120 19.3 188 386 .487       4    26    .154   72    115 .626 85 154        239    4.1   100   0      53      82     18     60      452       7.8
                                                              KAILI MCLAREN
                               41
                               AT FIRST GLANCE
                                                              6-2  Fr./Fr. Forward
                                                              Washington, D.C. (Our Lady of Good Counsel)

                            The second McDonald’s All-America choice in this year’s fresh-
                                                                                                           CAREER HIGHS-ALL GAMES
                                                                                                           Points ..............14, Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
                            men class...has the size to play inside and the range to take it out           FG Made............6, Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
to the perimeter...should provide a solid presence for the Huskies at both forward posi-                   FG Atts.............10, Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
tions...will push for minutes during freshman season and is expected to provide the Huskies                3-Pt. FG................................1, Three Times
                                                                                                           3-Pt. FGA ....................3, Purdue (11/30/06)
with a nice life off the bench.                                                                            FT ......................................2, Three Times
                                                                                                           FT Att.....................3, Georgetown (12/7/06)
2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                         Off. Reb. ............6, Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
                                                                                                           Def. Reb. ..........9, Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
Appeared in 17 games this season in a reserve role...has started five games...provided a                   Total Reb. ........15, Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
big lift off the bench with eight points, eight rebounds, four assists and four blocks against             Assists ....................................4, Two Times
Cincinnati (1/30)...dropped 10 points shooting 5-of-6 in only 12 minutes against Providence                TO ..........................4, West Virginia (1/2/07)
(1/17)...scored first double-double of her career in first start with career-bests 14 points and           Blocks ........................6, Hartford (12/29/06)
15 rebounds in a career-high 27 minutes of action against Sacred Heart (12/31)...had a                     Steals ......................4, Holy Cross (12/5/06)
                                                                                                           Minutes ............27, Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
career-high six blocks in 22 minutes against Hartford (12/29)...finished with nine points
against Oakland (12/23)...had six rebounds and four assists against Virginia
(12/18)...grabbed eight rebounds and played 20 minutes in front of a hometown crowd at                     CAREER HIGHS-BIG EAST GAMES
Georgetown (12/7)...had nine points and four steals in win over Holy Cross (12/5)...scored                 Points ....................10, Providence (1/17/07)
                                                                                                           FG Made ................5, Providence (1/17/07)
five points and pulled down four rebounds in 12 minutes of action in win over No. 9/9
                                                                                                           FG Atts. ....................7, Cincinnati (1/30/07)
Purdue...played 15 minutes in the Boston University win (11/28).                                           3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
                                                                                                           3-Pt. FGA ............................1, Three Times
                                                                                                           FT ........................................2, Two Times
                                                                                                           FT Att.....................3, Georgetown (12/7/06)
                                                                                                           Off. Reb. ....................4, Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                                                                                           Def. Reb. ................................5, Two Times
                                                                                                           Total Reb. ............................8, Three Times
                                                                                                           Assists ......................4, Cincinnati (1/30/07)
                                                                                                           TO ..........................4, West Virginia (1/2/07)
                                                                                                           Blocks........................4, Cincinnati (1/30/07)
                                                                                                           Steals ......................................1, Two Times
                                                                                                           Minutes....................25, Cincinnati (1/30/07)



                                                                                                           2006-07 SEASON HIGHS
                                                                                                           Points....................14, Sacred Heart (12/31)
MCLAREN GAME-BY-GAME                                                                                       FG Made ................6, Sacred Heart (12/31)
OPP.              MIN       FG-A   3-PT    FT-A     OR   DR    REB    PF    A   TO   B   S    PTS          FG Atts. ................10, Sacred Heart (12/31)
Richmond          11         1-4    0-1     1-2      0    0     0      2    2    1   2   0      3          3-Pt. FG................................1, Three Times
Colgate            9         1-6    0-1     0-0      2    2      4     2    0    2   0   1      2          3-Pt. FGA..........................3, Purdue (11/30)
Boston Univ.      15         3-5    0-0     0-0      0    1      1     3    1    0   0   1      6          FT ......................................2, Three Times
Purdue            12         2-6    0-3     1-2      0    4      4     1    0    0   0   0      5          FT Att. ........................3, Georgetown (12/7)
Holy Cross        14         4-6    1-1     0-0      1    1      2     1    1    1   0   4      9          Off. Reb. ................6, Sacred Heart (12/31)
Georgetown        20         2-5    0-1     2-3      3    5      8     4    1    1   0   0      6          Def. Reb. ................9, Sacred Heart (12/31)
Virginia          14         0-3    0-1     0-0      0    6     6      5    4    2   0   0      0          Total Reb...............15, Sacred Heart (12/31)
Colorado State     5         0-0    0-0     2-2      0    2      2     3    1    0   0   0      2          Assists ....................................4, Two Times
Oakland           11         4-5    0-0     1-1      1    3      4     2    3    3   1   0      9          TO ..........................4, West Virginia (1/2/07)
Hartford          22         3-6    0-1     0-0      2    4      6     3    0    3   6   2      6          Blocks..............................6, Hartford (12/29)
Sacred Heart      27        6-10    0-0     2-2      6    9     15     2    3    3   0   0     14          Steals............................4, Holy Cross (12/5)
West Virginia     20         2-6    0-1     0-0      0    1      1     3    1    4   1   1      4          Minutes ................27, Sacred Heart (12/31)
Tennessee         16         3-7    0-0     0-0      3    2      5     2    1    1   0   0      6
Seton Hall         2         1-4    0-0     0-0      4    4      8     1    3    3   2   1      2
North Carolina     6         0-1    0-0     0-0      1    1     2      1    1    0   0   1      0
Providence        12         5-6    0-0     0-0      2    0     2      3    1    1   1   0     10
St. John’s        13         1-1    0-0     0-0      1    5      6     2    0    1   1   0      2
DePaul             9         0-4    0-1     0-0      1    3      4     1    0    3   0   0      0
Notre Dame        11         2-3    0-0     2-2      1    1      2     1    0    0   0   0      6
Cincinnati        25         3-7    0-0     2-2      3    5     8      4    4    0   4   0      8
Marquette          4         0-1    0-0     0-0      0    2      2     1    1    2   0   0      0
Rutgers            2         0-0    0-0     0-0      0    0      0     0    0    3   0   0      0


MCLAREN’S CAREER STATISTICS
Year    GP       GS   Min    Avg   FG     FGA Pct   FG   FGA Pct     FT    FTA Pct Off Def   Tot    Avg   PF    FO      Ast      TO     Blk Stl         Pts       Avg
2006-07 22       5    301   13.7   43     97 .443   1    11 .091     13    16 .813 31 61     92     4.2   47    1       28       34      18 11          100       4.5
TOTAL   22       5    301   13.7   43     97 .443   1    11 .091     13    16 .813 31 61      92    4.2   47     1       28      34      18 11          100       4.5
                                                            BRITTANY HUNTER
                               44
                               AT FIRST GLANCE
                                                            6-3  Jr./Jr. Center/Forward
                                                            Columbus, Ohio (Brookhaven)

                           A former national high school player of the year that transfered
                                                                                                         CAREER HIGHS-ALL GAMES
                                                                                                         Points ........................20, N.C. State (3/1/04)
                           from Duke to UConn following her freshman season...enters this                FG Made ..................10, N.C. State (3/1/04)
season healthy for the first time since arriving at Connecticut...is expected to be a big factor         FG Atts. ....................14, N.C. State (3/1/04)
for the Huskies in the post...saw action in 32 games last season while averaging 4.9 points              3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
                                                                                                         3-Pt. FGA ................................................N/A
and 2.5 rebounds in 9.2 minutes per game.                                                                FT ..............................5, DePaul (1/24/07)
                                                                                                         FT Att.......................8, Wake Forest (3/6/04)
2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                       Off. Reb.......................6, Colgate (11/16/06)
                                                                                                         Def. Reb. ................9, Georgia Tech (1/8/04)
Appeared in 15 games this season in a reserve role...has one double-double this                          Total Reb. ............12, Georgia Tech (1/8/04)
season...has four double-doubles in her career...has tallied double-figure points in seven               Assists ........................4, Clemson (2/27/04)
games this season...had 11 points against DePaul (1/24)...scored 10 points with nine                     TO ....................................5, Elon (11/21/03)
rebounds against North Carolina (1/15)...played a season-best 19 minutes with six points                 Blocks ......................................5, Two Times
and six rebounds against Tennessee (1/6)...dropped a season-high 13 points with nine                     Steals ......................................3, Four Times
                                                                                                         Minutes ..................................25, Two Times
rebounds against Oakland (12/23)...came off the bench to score 10 points with three blocks
in just nine minutes of play against Virginia (12/18)...notched nine points with six rebounds            CAREER HIGHS-BIG EAST GAMES
in only eight minutes against Georgetown (12/7)...scored 12 points, shooting 6-for-8 in just
                                                                                                         Points ......................13, Cincinnati (1/12/06)
11 minutes of action in win over Holy Cross (12/5)...grabbed nine rebounds and tallied 16                FG Made..................................5, Two Times
minutes in the win over Purdue (11/30)...dropped 10 points against Boston Univ. (11/28)...tal-           FG Atts. ....................9, Pittsburgh (1/21/06)
lied first double-double of UConn career with 12 points and 10 rebounds in win over Colgate              3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
(11/16).                                                                                                 3-Pt. FGA ................................................N/A
                                                                                                         FT ..............................5, DePaul (1/24/07)
                                                                                                         FT Att. ............................6, DePaul (1/24/07)
                                                                                                         Off. Reb. ................4, Georgetown (12/7/06)
                                                                                                         Def. Reb. ..................5, Pittsburgh (1/21/06)
                                                                                                         Total Reb. ..................7, Pittsburgh (1/21/06)
                                                                                                         Assists ..................................1, Three Times
                                                                                                         TO ............................5, Pittsburgh (1/21/06)
                                                                                                         Blocks........................4, Pittsburgh (1/21/06)
                                                                                                         Steals ........................2, St. John’s (1/14/06)
                                                                                                         Minutes....................23, Pittsburgh (1/21/06)

                                                                                                         2006-07 SEASON HIGHS
                                                                                                         Points............................13, Oakland (12/23)
                                                                                                         FG Made ................................6, Two Times
                                                                                                         FG Atts. ..................................9, Two Times
                                                                                                         3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
                                                                                                         3-Pt. FGA................................................N/A
                                                                                                         FT ....................................5, DePaul (1/24)
                                                                                                         FT Att. ................................6, DePaul (1/24)
                                                                                                         Off. Reb. ..................7, Boston Univ. (11/28)
                                                                                                         Def. Reb. ..........................5, Purdue (11/30)
HUNTER GAME-BY-GAME                                                                                      Total Reb. ......................10, Colgate (11/16)
OPP.              MIN       FG-A   3-PT   FT-A   OR   DR     REB    PF    A   TO   B   S    PTS          Assists ....................................2, Two Times
Richmond           7         2-2    0-0    0-0    0    3       3     1    0    0   0   0      4          TO ..........................................2, Five Times
Colgate           11         5-6    0-0    2-2    6    4      10     1    2    2   2   1     12          Blocks......................................3, Two Times
Boston Univ.      11         4-9    0-0    2-4    7    0       7     1    1    1   2   0     10          Steals ................................2, DePaul (1/24)
Purdue            16         2-3    0-0    0-1    4    5       9     2    1    2   1   0      4          Minutes ........................19, Tennessee (1/6)
Holy Cross        11         6-8    0-0    0-0    3    4       7     3    0    0   0   0     12
Georgetown         8         4-6    0-0    1-2    4    2       6     1    1    2   1   0      9
Virginia           9         5-7    0-0    0-2    0    2       2     0    0    0   3   0     10
Oakland           10         6-9    0-0    1-2    5    4       9     0    0    0   2   0     13
Tennessee         19         2-5    0-0    2-3    4    2       6     4    2    1   3   0      6
North Carolina    18         4-7    0-0    2-4    2    7      9      2    0    0   1   1     10
Providence         4         1-2    0-0    0-2    0    0       0     0    0    0   0   0      2
St. John’s         8         2-5    0-0    0-1    0    1       1     0    0    0   0   0      4
DePaul            18         3-4    0-0    5-6    3    1       4     1    0    2   1   2     11
Notre Dame         8         2-4    0-0    1-2    0    1       1     1    0    2   2   1      5
Marquette          8         0-1    0-0    0-0    0    1       1     2    0    1   0   1      0

HUNTER’S CAREER STATISTICS (AT UCONN)
Year      GP     GS   Min    Avg FG FGA Pct      FG   FGA    Pct   FT    FTA Pct Off Def   Tot    Avg   PF    FO      Ast      TO     Blk Stl         Pts       Avg
2005-06   32     2    294    9.2 66 133 .496     0     0    .000   26    41 .634 30 49      79    2.5   39     0       3       41      14 10          158       4.9
2006-07   15     0    166   11.1 48 78 .615      0     0    .000   16    31 .516 38 37      75    5.0   19     0       7       13      18  6          112       7.5
TOTAL     47     2    460    9.8 114 211 .540    0     0    .000   42     72 .583 68 86    154    3.3   58     0       10      54      32 16          270       5.7
                                                                CASSIE KERNS
                               51
                               AT FIRST GLANCE
                                                                6-3   So./So. Center/Forward
                                                                Valparaiso, Ind. (Valparasio)

                            Should see increased playing time this year after averaging 5.1
                                                                                                             CAREER HIGHS-ALL GAMES
                                                                                                             Points..........................................2, 14 Times
                            minutes over 21 games as a freshman...has the versatility to play                FG Made ....................................1, 13 Times
in the paint or away from the basket due to her effective mid-range jumper...has the ability                 FG Atts. ..................3, Georgetown (12/7/06)
to be a major contributor for the Huskies this season...may get the opportunity to earn some                 3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
                                                                                                             3-Pt. FGA ................................................N/A
playing time on the wing in addition to the post...joins Brittany Hunter, Tina Charles and                   FT ......................2, Virginia Tech (3/31/06)
Kristin Phillips as options at the center positon...averaged 1.0 points and 0.7 rebounds dur-                FT Att. ......................................2, Two Times
ing freshman campaign.                                                                                       Off. Reb...................................1, Four Times
                                                                                                             Def. Reb...................................3, Two Times
                                                                                                             Total Reb.............4, Indiana State (11/14/05)
2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                           Assists ................2, Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
Appeared in 15 games this season in a reserve role...tied career-high with 12 minutes vs.                    TO ..........................................1, Eight Times
                                                                                                             Blocks ......................................1, Five Times
Colgate (11/16).
                                                                                                             Steals ....................................1, Three Times
                                                                                                             Minutes ..................................12, Two Times

                                                                                                             CAREER HIGHS-BIG EAST GAMES
                                                                                                             Points ......................................2, Four Times
                                                                                                             FG Made ................................1, Four Times
                                                                                                             FG Atts. ..................3, Georgetown (12/7/06)
                                                                                                             3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
                                                                                                             3-Pt. FGA ................................................N/A
                                                                                                             FT ........................................................N/A
                                                                                                             FT Att.......................................................N/A
                                                                                                             Off. Reb.......................1, Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                                                                                             Def. Reb. ..................2, Seton Hall (1/10/06)
                                                                                                             Total Reb. ....................................Two Times
                                                                                                             Assists......................................1, Two Times
                                                                                                             TO ..........................................1, Four Times
                                                                                                             Blocks......................................................N/A
                                                                                                             Steals ......................................................N/A
                                                                                                             Minutes ................11, Georgetown (12/7/06)

                                                                                                             2006-07 SEASON HIGHS
                                                                                                             Points......................................2, Four Times
                                                                                                             FG Made ................................1, Four Times
                                                                                                             FG Atts. ......................3, Georgetown (12/7)
                                                                                                             3-Pt. FG ..................................................N/A
                                                                                                             3-Pt. FGA................................................N/A
                                                                                                             FT ........................................................N/A
                                                                                                             FT Att. ....................................................N/A
                                                                                                             Off. Reb. ..........................1, Seton Hall (1/9)
KERNS GAME-BY-GAME                                                                                           Def. Reb. ................................2, Two Times
OPP.              MIN       FG-A   3-PT     FT-A     OR   DR     REB    PF    A   TO   B   S    PTS          Total Reb. ................................2, Two Times
Richmond           6         0-1    0-0      0-0      0    1      1      1    0    0   0   0      0          Assists ....................2, Sacred Heart (12/31)
Colgate           12         0-1    0-0      0-0      0    1      1      0    1    0   0   0      0          TO........................................1, Seven Times
Boston Univ.       9         0-0    0-0      0-0      0    2      2      1    0    1   0   0      1          Blocks......................................1, Two Times
Holy Cross         1         0-0    0-0      0-0      0    0      0      0    0    1   0   0      0          Steals......................................................N/A
Georgetown        11         1-3    0-0      0-0      0    1      1      0    0    1   0   0      2          Minutes ..........................12, Colgate (11/16)
Virginia           5         1-1    0-0      0-0      0    0      0      0    1    0   1   0      2
Colorado State     9         0-2    0-0      0-0      0    1      1      1    0    1   1   0      0
Oakland            8         0-1    0-0      0-0      0    0      0      0    0    1   0   0      0
Hartford           1         0-0    0-0      0-0      0    0      0      0    0    0   0   0      0
Sacred Heart       7         1-1    0-0      0-0      0    1      1      0    2    0   0   0      2
West Virginia      2         0-0    0-0      0-0      0    0      0      0    0    0   0   0      0
Seton Hall         8         1-1    0-0      0-0      1    1      2      0    0    0   0   0      2
Syracuse           5         0-0    0-0      0-0      0    0      0      2    0    1   0   0      0
Providence        10         0-1    0-0      0-0      0    2      2      1    0    0   0   0      0
St. John’s         5         0-0    0-0      0-0      0    0      0      1    0    1   0   0      5
Notre Dame         1         0-0    0-0      0-0      0    0      0      0    0    0   0   0      0


KERN’S CAREER STATISTICS
Year      GP     GS   Min    Avg   FG     FGA Pct    FG   FGA   Pct    FT    FTA Pct Off Def   Tot    Avg   PF    FO      Ast      TO     Blk Stl          Pts       Avg
2005-06   21     0    108    5.1   9      19 .474    0     0    .000    3     4 .750 3    11    14    0.7    4     0        6       2      3   3            21       1.0
2006-07   16     0    100    6.3   4      12 .333    0     0    .000    0     0 .000 1    10    11    0.7    7     0        4       7      2   0             8       0.5
TOTAL     37     0    208    5.6   13      31 .419    0    0    .000    3     4 .750 4    21    25    0.7   11     0       10       9      5   3            29       0.8
                    Connecticut Women's Basketball Stats Analysis
                    2006-07     Season
                    Points in Paint      2nd Chance Points    Points off Turnovers   Fast Break           Bench Points
     Opponent        Opponent   UConn     Opponent    UConn     Opponent    UConn     Opponent    UConn    Opponent    UConn
     Richmond           16        43          9         12          4         19          3         14        12         10
       Colgate           4        46          4         21         14         27          6         14        18         20
Boston University       10        44          8         22          9         20          0         18        24         29
       Purdue           14        24          5         15         22         22          4         14         2         12
   at Holy Cross        16        64          9         21         20         26          0         18        17         23
  at Georgetown         12        48          7         18          8         30          0          2         2         31
     at Virginia        30        46         18          9         13         12          6         16        14         32
 Colorado State          6        42          2         14         10         32          2         13        20         13
 Oakland (Mich.)        30        58          5         25         14         20          8          6        20         36
      Hartford          20        36          5         17          8         22          4         17         2         14
   Sacred Heart         14        54          2         22         10         16         10         18         0         30
 at West Virginia       12        28          5          9         19         12          0          2         4         16
    Tennessee           30        40          9         14         22         12         15         20         5         17
     Seton Hall         34        54         16         14          5         23          8         41        30         37
     Syracuse           16        42          9         18          5         28          4         26         1         12
at North Carolina       40        46         18         11         20         17                              16         22
  at Providence         26        54          2         11          4         23                              15         32
   at St. John's                             16          9         10         25                               4         16
       DePaul           32        34          2         21         21         19          8        13         17         18
    Notre Dame          14        30         17         12         22         19          0         9         23         16
   at Cincinnati        26        22         14          8         13         18          4         2         16         16
   at Marquette         26        38         11          6         13         22          7        14          6          8
      Rutgers           26        34          3         12          6         19          2        10          6          4
       at LSU
     Louisville
    Pittsburgh
 at South Florida
      Villanova
     at Rutgers




                    Points in Paint      2nd Chance Points    Points off Turnovers   Fast Break           Bench Points
    TOTALS          Opponents   UConn     Opponents   UConn    Opponents    UConn     Opponents   UConn    Opponents     UConn
                       454       927         196       341        292        483         91        287        274         464
                                          2006-07 UConn Basketball
                        UConn Huskies Combined Team Statistics (as of Feb 08, 2007)
                                                 All games

RECORD:                                 OVERALL              HOME                    AWAY                NEUTRAL
ALL GAMES...........                    (21-2)              (13-1)                  (8-1)                (0-0)
CONFERENCE..........                    (11-0)              (5-0)                   (6-0)                (0-0)
NON-CONFERENCE......                    (10-2)              (8-1)                   (2-1)                (0-0)
                                       |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|               |----REBOUNDS----|
## Player              GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA     Pct 3FG-FGA   Pct FT-FTA    Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO       A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
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32 GREENE, Kalana..... 23-23 645 28.0 130-254 .512     3-21   .143 42-68    .618   60 105 165 7.2 46 0 41 54         9 44 305 13.3
20 MONTGOMERY, Renee.. 23-23 685 29.8 104-244 .426 21-83      .253 51-72    .708   12 48    60 2.6 39 0 107 63       4 61 280 12.2
31 CHARLES, Tina...... 23-19 477 20.7 114-200 .570     0-0    .000 45-85    .529   82 112 194 8.4 40 2 18 42 50          9 273 11.9
24 HOUSTON, Charde.... 23-22 554 24.1 110-192 .573     0-0    .000 40-67    .597   40 106 146 6.3 47 0 47 60 29 38 260 11.3
25 THOMAS, Mel........ 23-23 760 33.0 76-186 .409 58-133 .436 40-43         .930   16 51    67 2.9 19 1 38 18        3 15 250 10.9
11 SWANIER, Ketia..... 23-0   523 22.7 50-107 .467     7-32   .219 21-25    .840    4 49    53 2.3 26 0 99 46        1 47 128 5.6
44 HUNTER, Brittany... 15-0   166 11.1 48-78    .615   0-0    .000 16-31    .516   38 37    75 5.0 19 0      7 13 18     6 112 7.5
41 MCLAREN, Kaili..... 22-5   301 13.7 43-97    .443   1-11   .091 13-16    .813   31 61    92 4.2 47 1 28 34 18 11 100 4.5
02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah.. 18-0   157 8.7 19-33     .576   0-2    .000   9-13   .692   10 20    30 1.7    9 0 11 10      3   7   47 2.6
14 GARDLER, Meghan.... 18-0   165 9.2 10-40     .250   6-29   .207   4-9    .444    8 23    31 1.7 20 0      9 13    5   2   30 1.7
51 KERNS, Cassie...... 16-0   100 6.3    4-12   .333   0-0    .000   0-0    .000    1 10    11 0.7    7 0    4   7   2   0    8 0.5
13 FERNANDES, Jacquie. 16-0    63 3.9    1-3    .333   0-0    .000   4-4   1.000    6   6   12 0.8    4 0    5   5   1   2    6 0.4
22 PHILLIPS, Kristen.. 2-0      4 2.0    0-2    .000   0-0    .000   0-0    .000    0   1    1 0.5    0 0    0   1   2   0    0 0.0
   TEAM...............                                                             40 45    85 3.7    1          3
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   Total.............. 23    4600      709-1448 .490 96-311 .309 285-433 .658 348 674 1022 44.4 324 4 414 369 145 242 1799 78.2
   Opponents.......... 23    4600      461-1392 .331 102-410 .249 202-305 .662 296 468 764 33.2 387 - 254 426 71 151 1226 53.3

 TEAM STATISTICS                  UCONN          OPP          DATE                OPPONENT                   W/L    SCORE   ATTEND
 ---------------------------------------------------          ------------        --------------------       ---    -----   ------
 SCORING..................         1799         1226          11/13/06            RICHMOND                   W      84-50    12883
   Points per game........         78.2         53.3          11/16/06            COLGATE                    W      81-37     9312
   Scoring margin.........        +24.9            -          11/28/06            BOSTON UNIV                W      84-51     9351
 FIELD GOALS-ATT..........     709-1448     461-1392          11/30/06            PURDUE                     W      66-55     9628
   Field goal pct.........         .490         .331          12/04/06       at   Holy Cross                 W      83-64     2124
 3 POINT FG-ATT...........       96-311      102-410         *12/07/06       at   Georgetown                 W      84-26     1143
   3-point FG pct.........         .309         .249          12/18/06       at   Virginia                   W      96-60     5532
   3-pt FG made per game..          4.2          4.4          12/21/06            COLORADO STATE             W      93-58     9507
 FREE THROWS-ATT..........      285-433      202-305          12/23/06            OAKLAND (MICH.)            W      85-53    12474
   Free throw pct.........         .658         .662          12/29/06            HARTFORD HAWKS             W      62-36    14442
 REBOUNDS.................         1022          764          12/31/06            SACRED HEART               W      82-40    13635
   Rebounds per game......         44.4         33.2         *1/2/07         at   West Virginia              W      63-44      806
   Rebounding margin......        +11.2            -          1/6/06              TENNESSEE                    L    64-70    16294
 ASSISTS..................          414          254         *1/9/07              SETON HALL                 W     106-58     9431
   Assists per game.......         18.0         11.0         *1/13/07             SYRACUSE                   W      76-45     9833
 TURNOVERS................          369          426          01/15/07       at   North Carolina               L    76-82     7853
   Turnovers per game.....         16.0         18.5         *1/17/07        at   Providence                 W      96-53     2565
   Turnover margin........         +2.5            -         *1/21/07        at   St. John's                 W      84-63    11716
   Assist/turnover ratio..          1.1          0.6         *1/24/07             DEPAUL                     W      88-76     9459
 STEALS...................          242          151         *1/27/07             NOTRE DAME                 W      64-47    10167
   Steals per game........         10.5          6.6         *01/30/07       at   Cincinnati                 W      70-60     2837
 BLOCKS...................          145           71         *02/03/07       at   16/18 Marquette            W      52-48     4000
   Blocks per game........          6.3          3.1         *02/06/07            RUTGERS                    W      60-50     9710
 WINNING STREAK...........            7            -
   Home win streak........            5            -
 ATTENDANCE...............       156126        38576
   Home games-Avg/Game....     14-11152       9-4286
   Neutral site-Avg/Game..            -          0-0

 SCORE BY PERIODS:                 1st 2nd      Total
 ------------------------------   ---- ----      ----
 UConn Huskies.................    941 858    - 1799
 Opponents.....................    588 638    - 1226
                                          2006-07 UConn Basketball
                        UConn Huskies Combined Team Statistics (as of Feb 08, 2007)
                                            Non-conference games

RECORD:                                 OVERALL              HOME                 AWAY               NEUTRAL
ALL GAMES...........                    (10-2)              (8-1)                (2-1)               (0-0)
CONFERENCE..........                    (0-0)               (0-0)                (0-0)               (0-0)
NON-CONFERENCE......                    (10-2)              (8-1)                (2-1)               (0-0)
                                       |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|               |----REBOUNDS----|
## Player              GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA     Pct 3FG-FGA   Pct FT-FTA    Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO       A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
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20 MONTGOMERY, Renee.. 12-12 367 30.6 62-139 .446      9-42   .214 25-31    .806    6 20    26 2.2 17 0 59 28        3 32 158 13.2
32 GREENE, Kalana..... 12-12 320 26.7 64-126 .508      1-9    .111 20-34    .588   36 62    98 8.2 21 0 24 28        3 20 149 12.4
24 HOUSTON, Charde.... 12-12 298 24.8 64-108 .593      0-0    .000 14-28    .500   22 55    77 6.4 23 0 25 33 18 22 142 11.8
25 THOMAS, Mel........ 12-12 402 33.5 42-102 .412 29-65       .446 23-26    .885    9 24    33 2.8 15 1 25 13        0   9 136 11.3
31 CHARLES, Tina...... 12-10 204 17.0 50-100 .500      0-0    .000 15-37    .405   36 49    85 7.1 17 1 11 14 20         2 115 9.6
44 HUNTER, Brittany... 9-0    112 12.4 36-56    .643   0-0    .000   9-18   .500   31 31    62 6.9 14 0      6   6 14    2   81 9.0
11 SWANIER, Ketia..... 12-0   268 22.3 27-51    .529   2-9    .222 10-13    .769    3 30    33 2.8 14 0 50 22        1 26    66 5.5
41 MCLAREN, Kaili..... 12-2   162 13.5 27-60    .450   1-8    .125   7-9    .778   16 35    51 4.3 27 1 17 16        9   9   62 5.2
02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah.. 10-0    93 9.3 10-18     .556   0-1    .000   4-7    .571    8 13    21 2.1    5 0 10     4   2   2   24 2.4
14 GARDLER, Meghan.... 8-0     82 10.3   5-18   .278   3-11   .273   4-7    .571    4 11    15 1.9 11 0      5   6   3   2   17 2.1
51 KERNS, Cassie...... 9-0     58 6.4    2-7    .286   0-0    .000   0-0    .000    0   6    6 0.7    3 0    4   4   2   0    4 0.4
13 FERNANDES, Jacquie. 9-0     30 3.3    0-0    .000   0-0    .000   2-2   1.000    2   5    7 0.8    2 0    0   4   0   0    2 0.2
22 PHILLIPS, Kristen.. 2-0      4 2.0    0-2    .000   0-0    .000   0-0    .000    0   1    1 0.5    0 0    0   1   2   0    0 0.0
   TEAM...............                                                             24 25    49 4.1    1          2
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   Total.............. 12    2400      389-787 .494 45-145 .310 133-212 .627 197 367 564 47.0 170 3 236 181 77 126 956 79.7
   Opponents.......... 12    2400      247-744 .332 65-241 .270 97-149 .651 153 236 389 32.4 193 - 139 215 44 68 656 54.7

 TEAM STATISTICS                  UCONN          OPP          DATE            OPPONENT                       W/L    SCORE   ATTEND
 ---------------------------------------------------          ------------    --------------------           ---    -----   ------
 SCORING..................          956          656          11/13/06        RICHMOND                       W      84-50    12883
   Points per game........         79.7         54.7          11/16/06        COLGATE                        W      81-37     9312
   Scoring margin.........        +25.0            -          11/28/06        BOSTON UNIV                    W      84-51     9351
 FIELD GOALS-ATT..........      389-787      247-744          11/30/06        PURDUE                         W      66-55     9628
   Field goal pct.........         .494         .332          12/04/06     at Holy Cross                     W      83-64     2124
 3 POINT FG-ATT...........       45-145       65-241          12/18/06     at Virginia                       W      96-60     5532
   3-point FG pct.........         .310         .270          12/21/06        COLORADO STATE                 W      93-58     9507
   3-pt FG made per game..          3.8          5.4          12/23/06        OAKLAND (MICH.)                W      85-53    12474
 FREE THROWS-ATT..........      133-212       97-149          12/29/06        HARTFORD HAWKS                 W      62-36    14442
   Free throw pct.........         .627         .651          12/31/06        SACRED HEART                   W      82-40    13635
 REBOUNDS.................          564          389          1/6/06          TENNESSEE                        L    64-70    16294
   Rebounds per game......         47.0         32.4          01/15/07     at North Carolina                   L    76-82     7853
   Rebounding margin......        +14.6            -
 ASSISTS..................          236          139
   Assists per game.......         19.7         11.6
 TURNOVERS................          181          215
   Turnovers per game.....         15.1         17.9
   Turnover margin........         +2.8            -
   Assist/turnover ratio..          1.3          0.6
 STEALS...................          126           68
   Steals per game........         10.5          5.7
 BLOCKS...................           77           44
   Blocks per game........          6.4          3.7
 WINNING STREAK...........            0            -
   Home win streak........            0            -
 ATTENDANCE...............       107526        15509
   Home games-Avg/Game....      9-11947       3-5170
   Neutral site-Avg/Game..            -          0-0

 SCORE BY PERIODS:                 1st 2nd      Total
 ------------------------------   ---- ----      ----
 UConn Huskies.................    490 466    -   956
 Opponents.....................    323 333    -   656
                                          2006-07 UConn Basketball
                        UConn Huskies Combined Team Statistics (as of Feb 08, 2007)
                                              Conference games

RECORD:                                 OVERALL              HOME                    AWAY                NEUTRAL
ALL GAMES...........                    (11-0)              (5-0)                   (6-0)                (0-0)
CONFERENCE..........                    (11-0)              (5-0)                   (6-0)                (0-0)
NON-CONFERENCE......                    (0-0)               (0-0)                   (0-0)                (0-0)
                                       |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|               |----REBOUNDS----|
## Player              GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA     Pct 3FG-FGA   Pct FT-FTA    Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO       A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
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31 CHARLES, Tina...... 11-9   273 24.8 64-100 .640     0-0    .000 30-48    .625   46 63 109 9.9 23 1        7 28 30     7 158 14.4
32 GREENE, Kalana..... 11-11 325 29.5 66-128 .516      2-12   .167 22-34    .647   24 43    67 6.1 25 0 17 26        6 24 156 14.2
20 MONTGOMERY, Renee.. 11-11 318 28.9 42-105 .400 12-41       .293 26-41    .634    6 28    34 3.1 22 0 48 35        1 29 122 11.1
24 HOUSTON, Charde.... 11-10 256 23.3 46-84     .548   0-0    .000 26-39    .667   18 51    69 6.3 24 0 22 27 11 16 118 10.7
25 THOMAS, Mel........ 11-11 358 32.5 34-84     .405 29-68    .426 17-17 1.000      7 27    34 3.1    4 0 13     5   3   6 114 10.4
11 SWANIER, Ketia..... 11-0   255 23.2 23-56    .411   5-23   .217 11-12    .917    1 19    20 1.8 12 0 49 24        0 21    62 5.6
41 MCLAREN, Kaili..... 10-3   139 13.9 16-37    .432   0-3    .000   6-7    .857   15 26    41 4.1 20 0 11 18        9   2   38 3.8
44 HUNTER, Brittany... 6-0     54 9.0 12-22     .545   0-0    .000   7-13   .538    7   6   13 2.2    5 0    1   7   4   4   31 5.2
02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah.. 8-0     64 8.0    9-15   .600   0-1    .000   5-6    .833    2   7    9 1.1    4 0    1   6   1   5   23 2.9
14 GARDLER, Meghan.... 10-0    83 8.3    5-22   .227   3-18   .167   0-2    .000    4 12    16 1.6    9 0    4   7   2   0   13 1.3
51 KERNS, Cassie...... 7-0     42 6.0    2-5    .400   0-0    .000   0-0    .000    1   4    5 0.7    4 0    0   3   0   0    4 0.6
13 FERNANDES, Jacquie. 7-0     33 4.7    1-3    .333   0-0    .000   2-2   1.000    4   1    5 0.7    2 0    5   1   1   2    4 0.6
   TEAM...............                                                             16 20    36 3.3    0          1
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   Total.............. 11    2200      320-661 .484 51-166 .307 152-221 .688 151 307 458 41.6 154 1 178 188 68 116 843 76.6
   Opponents.......... 11    2200      214-648 .330 37-169 .219 105-156 .673 143 232 375 34.1 194 - 115 211 27 83 570 51.8

 TEAM STATISTICS                  UCONN          OPP          DATE                OPPONENT                   W/L    SCORE   ATTEND
 ---------------------------------------------------          ------------        --------------------       ---    -----   ------
 SCORING..................          843          570         *12/07/06       at   Georgetown                 W      84-26     1143
   Points per game........         76.6         51.8         *1/2/07         at   West Virginia              W      63-44      806
   Scoring margin.........        +24.8            -         *1/9/07              SETON HALL                 W     106-58     9431
 FIELD GOALS-ATT..........      320-661      214-648         *1/13/07             SYRACUSE                   W      76-45     9833
   Field goal pct.........         .484         .330         *1/17/07        at   Providence                 W      96-53     2565
 3 POINT FG-ATT...........       51-166       37-169         *1/21/07        at   St. John's                 W      84-63    11716
   3-point FG pct.........         .307         .219         *1/24/07             DEPAUL                     W      88-76     9459
   3-pt FG made per game..          4.6          3.4         *1/27/07             NOTRE DAME                 W      64-47    10167
 FREE THROWS-ATT..........      152-221      105-156         *01/30/07       at   Cincinnati                 W      70-60     2837
   Free throw pct.........         .688         .673         *02/03/07       at   16/18 Marquette            W      52-48     4000
 REBOUNDS.................          458          375         *02/06/07            RUTGERS                    W      60-50     9710
   Rebounds per game......         41.6         34.1
   Rebounding margin......         +7.5            -
 ASSISTS..................          178          115
   Assists per game.......         16.2         10.5
 TURNOVERS................          188          211
   Turnovers per game.....         17.1         19.2
   Turnover margin........         +2.1            -
   Assist/turnover ratio..          0.9          0.5
 STEALS...................          116           83
   Steals per game........         10.5          7.5
 BLOCKS...................           68           27
   Blocks per game........          6.2          2.5
 WINNING STREAK...........           11            -
   Home win streak........            5            -
 ATTENDANCE...............        48600        23067
   Home games-Avg/Game....       5-9720       6-3844
   Neutral site-Avg/Game..            -          0-0

 SCORE BY PERIODS:                 1st 2nd      Total
 ------------------------------   ---- ----      ----
 UConn Huskies.................    451 392    -   843
 Opponents.....................    265 305    -   570
                                          2006-07 UConn Basketball
                        UConn Huskies Combined Team Statistics (as of Feb 08, 2007)
                                                 vs. Ranked

RECORD:                                 OVERALL              HOME                 AWAY               NEUTRAL
ALL GAMES...........                    (3-2)               (2-1)                (1-1)               (0-0)
CONFERENCE..........                    (2-0)               (1-0)                (1-0)               (0-0)
NON-CONFERENCE......                    (1-2)               (1-1)                (0-1)               (0-0)
                                       |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|               |----REBOUNDS----|
## Player              GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA     Pct 3FG-FGA   Pct FT-FTA    Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO       A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
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24 HOUSTON, Charde.... 5-4    147 29.4 27-54    .500   0-0    .000   8-16   .500    6 25    31 6.2 13 0 11 22        9 11    62 12.4
20 MONTGOMERY, Renee.. 5-5    179 35.8 20-67    .299   2-18   .111 16-20    .800    4 15    19 3.8 10 0 20 17        1 17    58 11.6
31 CHARLES, Tina...... 5-4    118 23.6 26-40    .650   0-0    .000   5-11   .455   19 15    34 6.8 11 1      7 11 11     2   57 11.4
32 GREENE, Kalana..... 5-5    155 31.0 23-58    .397   0-7    .000   9-17   .529    6 18    24 4.8 10 0      6 15    3   8   55 11.0
25 THOMAS, Mel........ 5-5    160 32.0   8-29   .276   7-18   .389   5-6    .833    4   8   12 2.4    5 1    8   7   0   5   28 5.6
11 SWANIER, Ketia..... 5-0    127 25.4 10-16    .625   2-5    .400   3-4    .750    1 11    12 2.4    5 0 21 12      0   6   25 5.0
44 HUNTER, Brittany... 4-0     61 15.3   8-16   .500   0-0    .000   4-8    .500   10 15    25 6.3 10 0      3   4   5   2   20 5.0
41 MCLAREN, Kaili..... 5-2     40 8.0    5-15   .333   0-3    .000   1-2    .500    4   9   13 2.6    5 0    3   6   0   1   11 2.2
14 GARDLER, Meghan.... 3-0     10 3.3    1-1   1.000   0-0    .000   0-0    .000    0   1    1 0.3    1 0    0   0   0   0    2 0.7
02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah.. 1-0      3 3.0    0-0    .000   0-0    .000   0-0    .000    0   0    0 0.0    0 0    0   0   0   0    0 0.0
   TEAM...............                                                              9 11    20 4.0    1          1
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   Total.............. 5     1000      128-296 .432 11-51     .216 51-84    .607   63 128 191 38.2 71 2 79 95 29 52 318 63.6
   Opponents.......... 5     1000      116-308 .377 25-85     .294 48-71    .676   74 122 196 39.2 86 - 67 99 26 36 305 61.0

 TEAM STATISTICS                  UCONN          OPP          DATE            OPPONENT                       W/L    SCORE   ATTEND
 ---------------------------------------------------          ------------    --------------------           ---    -----   ------
 SCORING..................          318          305          11/30/06        PURDUE                         W      66-55     9628
   Points per game........         63.6         61.0          1/6/06          TENNESSEE                        L    64-70    16294
   Scoring margin.........         +2.6            -          01/15/07     at North Carolina                   L    76-82     7853
 FIELD GOALS-ATT..........      128-296      116-308         *02/03/07     at 16/18 Marquette                W      52-48     4000
   Field goal pct.........         .432         .377         *02/06/07        RUTGERS                        W      60-50     9710
 3 POINT FG-ATT...........        11-51        25-85
   3-point FG pct.........         .216         .294
   3-pt FG made per game..          2.2          5.0
 FREE THROWS-ATT..........        51-84        48-71
   Free throw pct.........         .607         .676
 REBOUNDS.................          191          196
   Rebounds per game......         38.2         39.2
   Rebounding margin......         -1.0            -
 ASSISTS..................           79           67
   Assists per game.......         15.8         13.4
 TURNOVERS................           95           99
   Turnovers per game.....         19.0         19.8
   Turnover margin........         +0.8            -
   Assist/turnover ratio..          0.8          0.7
 STEALS...................           52           36
   Steals per game........         10.4          7.2
 BLOCKS...................           29           26
   Blocks per game........          5.8          5.2
 WINNING STREAK...........            2            -
   Home win streak........            1            -
 ATTENDANCE...............        35632        11853
   Home games-Avg/Game....      3-11877       2-5926
   Neutral site-Avg/Game..            -          0-0

 SCORE BY PERIODS:                 1st 2nd      Total
 ------------------------------   ---- ----      ----
 UConn Huskies.................    161 157    -   318
 Opponents.....................    145 160    -   305
                                          2006-07 UConn Basketball
                        UConn Huskies Combined Team Statistics (as of Feb 08, 2007)
                                                 Away games

RECORD:                                 OVERALL              HOME                    AWAY                NEUTRAL
ALL GAMES...........                    (8-1)               (0-0)                   (8-1)                (0-0)
CONFERENCE..........                    (6-0)               (0-0)                   (6-0)                (0-0)
NON-CONFERENCE......                    (2-1)               (0-0)                   (2-1)                (0-0)
                                       |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|               |----REBOUNDS----|
## Player              GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA     Pct 3FG-FGA   Pct FT-FTA    Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO       A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
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32 GREENE, Kalana..... 9-9    257 28.6 58-105 .552     2-8    .250 11-18    .611   18 31    49 5.4 19 0 15 23        3 22 129 14.3
20 MONTGOMERY, Renee.. 9-9    273 30.3 42-95    .442   8-27   .296 18-25    .720    6 22    28 3.1 17 0 42 27        1 26 110 12.2
31 CHARLES, Tina...... 9-8    181 20.1 44-78    .564   0-0    .000 22-35    .629   23 42    65 7.2 24 2      7 21 16     2 110 12.2
25 THOMAS, Mel........ 9-9    297 33.0 25-71    .352 21-54    .389 19-20    .950    8 18    26 2.9    8 1 15     6   1   5   90 10.0
24 HOUSTON, Charde.... 9-8    194 21.6 35-52    .673   0-0    .000 12-19    .632   15 31    46 5.1 19 0 14 22        7 12    82 9.1
11 SWANIER, Ketia..... 9-0    217 24.1 27-49    .551   1-12   .083   6-7    .857    1 16    17 1.9 12 0 40 20        0 17    61 6.8
44 HUNTER, Brittany... 7-0     66 9.4 22-36     .611   0-0    .000   3-11   .273    9 17    26 3.7    8 0    1   3   5   2   47 6.7
41 MCLAREN, Kaili..... 9-2    128 14.2 17-36    .472   1-4    .250   4-5    .800   11 26    37 4.1 24 1 14 12        7   6   39 4.3
02 WILLIAMS, Tahirah.. 8-0     55 6.9    9-12   .750   0-1    .000   2-3    .667    2   6    8 1.0    4 0    2   5   1   2   20 2.5
14 GARDLER, Meghan.... 9-0     68 7.6    4-14   .286   2-10   .200   0-2    .000    5 12    17 1.9    9 0    3   7   0   0   10 1.1
51 KERNS, Cassie...... 6-0     34 5.7    2-5    .400   0-0    .000   0-0    .000    0   3    3 0.5    2 0    1   3   1   0    4 0.7
13 FERNANDES, Jacquie. 6-0     30 5.0    1-2    .500   0-0    .000   0-0    .000    3   2    5 0.8    1 0    3   1   0   2    2 0.3
   TEAM...............                                                             10 15    25 2.8    0          2
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   Total.............. 9     1800      286-555 .515 35-116 .302 97-145 .669 111 241 352 39.1 147 4 157 152 42 96 704 78.2
   Opponents.......... 9     1800      179-528 .339 35-148 .236 107-152 .704 125 180 305 33.9 148 - 101 179 17 68 500 55.6

 TEAM STATISTICS                  UCONN          OPP          DATE                OPPONENT                   W/L    SCORE   ATTEND
 ---------------------------------------------------          ------------        --------------------       ---    -----   ------
 SCORING..................          704          500          12/04/06       at   Holy Cross                 W      83-64     2124
   Points per game........         78.2         55.6         *12/07/06       at   Georgetown                 W      84-26     1143
   Scoring margin.........        +22.7            -          12/18/06       at   Virginia                   W      96-60     5532
 FIELD GOALS-ATT..........      286-555      179-528         *1/2/07         at   West Virginia              W      63-44      806
   Field goal pct.........         .515         .339          01/15/07       at   North Carolina               L    76-82     7853
 3 POINT FG-ATT...........       35-116       35-148         *1/17/07        at   Providence                 W      96-53     2565
   3-point FG pct.........         .302         .236         *1/21/07        at   St. John's                 W      84-63    11716
   3-pt FG made per game..          3.9          3.9         *01/30/07       at   Cincinnati                 W      70-60     2837
 FREE THROWS-ATT..........       97-145      107-152         *02/03/07       at   16/18 Marquette            W      52-48     4000
   Free throw pct.........         .669         .704
 REBOUNDS.................          352          305
   Rebounds per game......         39.1         33.9
   Rebounding margin......         +5.2            -
 ASSISTS..................          157          101
   Assists per game.......         17.4         11.2
 TURNOVERS................          152          179
   Turnovers per game.....         16.9         19.9
   Turnover margin........         +3.0            -
   Assist/turnover ratio..          1.0          0.6
 STEALS...................           96           68
   Steals per game........         10.7          7.6
 BLOCKS...................           42           17
   Blocks per game........          4.7          1.9
 WINNING STREAK...........            4            -
   Home win streak........            0            -
 ATTENDANCE...............            0        38576
   Home games-Avg/Game....          0-0       9-4286
   Neutral site-Avg/Game..            -          0-0

 SCORE BY PERIODS:                 1st 2nd      Total
 ------------------------------   ---- ----      ----
 UConn Huskies.................    381 323    -   704
 Opponents.....................    244 256    -   500
                                            2006-07 UConn Basketball
                    UConn Huskies Game-by-Game Points-Rebounds-Assists (as of Feb 08, 2007)
                                                   All games


                                                    02        11          13        14         20        22         24         25         31
Opponent                Date        Score   WL WILLIAMS, SWANIER,K FERNANDES GARDLER,M MONTGOMER PHILLIPS, HOUSTON,C THOMAS,ME CHARLES,T
--------                ----        -----   -- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- ---------
RICHMOND                11/13/06    84-50   W     0- 0- 1   3- 4- 5     0- 1- 0   0- 1- 0   12- 2- 7   0- 0- 0   20- 9- 1   23- 6- 4   5-10- 3
COLGATE                 11/16/06    81-37   W     3- 2- 0   3- 3- 1     0- 0- 0   0- 1- 1   12- 2- 2   0- 1- 0   10- 6- 2   15- 2- 1   18-17- 1
BOSTON UNIV             11/28/06    84-51   W     3- 3- 3   4- 0- 6     2- 2- 0   4- 4- 1    6- 0- 1    DNP      12-11- 2   14- 3- 4   12- 8- 0
PURDUE                  11/30/06    66-55   W      DNP      3- 5- 3      DNP       DNP      26- 4- 3    DNP       9- 7- 5    8- 1- 2   6- 3- 1
at Holy Cross           12/04/06    83-64   W     0- 0- 0   2- 0- 4     0- 0- 0   0- 3- 0   16- 4- 7    DNP      22- 6- 3    9- 1- 2   3- 4- 1
at Georgetown           12/07/06    84-26   W     6- 2- 0   4- 3- 3     2- 3- 0   2- 3- 2   11- 4- 2    DNP      14- 5- 2    6- 1- 2   14- 7- 0
at Virginia             12/18/06    96-60   W     4- 2- 1   10- 3- 3    0- 1- 0   6- 1- 0   17- 3- 9    DNP       6- 5- 2    8- 1- 2   12- 7- 0
COLORADO STATE          12/21/06    93-58   W     6- 1- 1   4- 2- 7     0- 3- 0   1- 0- 1   19- 1- 7    DNP      10- 5- 0   19- 7- 2   15- 8- 1
OAKLAND (MICH.)         12/23/06    85-53   W     4- 4- 0   6- 1- 3     0- 0- 0   4- 5- 2   10- 2- 6    DNP       6- 7- 3   10- 2- 3   9- 3- 0
HARTFORD HAWKS          12/29/06    62-36   W     0- 4- 1   8- 4- 5     0- 0- 0    DNP      16- 2- 3    DNP       8- 7- 3    6- 4- 0   4- 7- 0
SACRED HEART            12/31/06    82-40   W     4- 5- 3   9- 5- 3     0- 0- 0    DNP      14- 0- 5    DNP       6- 2- 0   10- 1- 1   15-11- 1
at West Virginia        1/2/07      63-44   W     0- 1- 0   3- 0- 3     0- 0- 0   0- 0- 0    7- 3- 5    DNP      16- 9- 1    5- 5- 2   13-12- 0
TENNESSEE               1/6/06      64-70    L     DNP      4- 4- 2      DNP       DNP       4- 5- 6    DNP      23- 8- 2    8- 0- 1   7- 4- 0
SETON HALL              1/9/07     106-58   W     7- 3- 0   2- 3- 9     0- 0- 1   6- 1- 1   17- 2- 8    DNP      19- 2- 0   23- 3- 1   20-12- 2
SYRACUSE                1/13/07     76-45   W     0- 0- 0   5- 2- 4     2- 0- 1   5- 1- 0   10- 4- 9    DNP      11- 8- 3    6- 3- 0   14-19- 1
at North Carolina       01/15/07    76-82    L    0- 0- 0   10- 2- 8     DNP      2- 0- 0    6- 1- 3    DNP      10- 4- 2    6- 5- 3   9- 3- 3
at Providence           1/17/07     96-53   W     6- 2- 1   14- 3- 3    0- 1- 0   0- 5- 1   12- 1- 6    DNP       5- 7- 1   17- 4- 0   18- 4- 0
at St. John's           1/21/07     84-63   W     4- 1- 0   6- 2- 8     0- 0- 3   0- 2- 0   15- 5- 2    DNP       5- 9- 2   19- 2- 3   15- 6- 0
DEPAUL                  1/24/07     88-76   W      DNP      7- 0- 4      DNP       DNP       6- 1- 1    DNP      19- 7- 7    9- 5- 3   11- 7- 0
NOTRE DAME              1/27/07     64-47   W     0- 0- 0   5- 3- 4     0- 1- 0   0- 0- 0    8- 2- 3    DNP       9-10- 4    9- 3- 0   12-10- 0
at Cincinnati           01/30/07    70-60   W     0- 0- 0   8- 3- 3      DNP      0- 3- 0   14- 3- 4    DNP       0- 0- 0   14- 2- 0   6- 8- 1
at 16/18 Marquette      02/03/07    52-48   W      DNP      4- 1- 5      DNP      0- 0- 0   12- 4- 4    DNP       4- 1- 1    6- 5- 1   20-14- 2
RUTGERS                 02/06/07    60-50   W      DNP      4- 0- 3      DNP      0- 1- 0   10- 5- 4    DNP      16-11- 1    0- 1- 1   15-10- 1



                                                    32        41          44        51
Opponent                Date        Score   WL GREENE,KA MCLAREN,K HUNTER,BR KERNS,CAS
--------                ----        -----   -- --------- --------- --------- ---------
RICHMOND                11/13/06    84-50   W    14- 7- 1   3- 0- 2     4- 3- 0   0- 1- 0
COLGATE                 11/16/06    81-37   W     6- 8- 4   2- 4- 0    12-10- 2   0- 1- 1
BOSTON UNIV             11/28/06    84-51   W    11- 9- 2   6- 1- 1    10- 7- 1   0- 2- 0
PURDUE                  11/30/06    66-55   W     5- 5- 0   5- 4- 0     4- 9- 1    DNP
at Holy Cross           12/04/06    83-64   W    10- 6- 3   9- 2- 1    12- 7- 0   0- 0- 0
at Georgetown           12/07/06    84-26   W     8- 4- 1   6- 8- 1     9- 6- 1   2- 1- 0
at Virginia             12/18/06    96-60   W    21- 9- 2   0- 6- 4    10- 2- 0   2- 0- 1
COLORADO STATE          12/21/06    93-58   W    17- 8- 2   2- 2- 1      DNP      0- 1- 0
OAKLAND (MICH.)         12/23/06    85-53   W    14-13- 2   9- 4- 3    13- 9- 0   0- 0- 0
HARTFORD HAWKS          12/29/06    62-36   W    14-16- 1   6- 6- 0      DNP      0- 0- 0
SACRED HEART            12/31/06    82-40   W     8-11- 2   14-15- 3     DNP      2- 1- 2
at West Virginia        1/2/07      63-44   W    15- 9- 2   4- 1- 1      DNP      0- 0- 0
TENNESSEE               1/6/06      64-70    L    6- 2- 3   6- 5- 1     6- 6- 2    DNP
SETON HALL              1/9/07     106-58   W     8- 3- 3   2- 8- 3      DNP      2- 2- 0
SYRACUSE                1/13/07     76-45   W    23- 5- 3    DNP         DNP      0- 0- 0
at North Carolina       01/15/07    76-82    L   23- 4- 2   0- 2- 1    10- 9- 0    DNP
at Providence           1/17/07     96-53   W    12- 5- 1   10- 2- 1    2- 0- 0   0- 2- 0
at St. John's           1/21/07     84-63   W    14- 2- 2   2- 6- 0     4- 1- 0   0- 0- 0
DEPAUL                  1/24/07     88-76   W    25-12- 1   0- 4- 0    11- 4- 0    DNP
NOTRE DAME              1/27/07     64-47   W    10- 7- 2   6- 2- 0     5- 1- 0   0- 0- 0
at Cincinnati           01/30/07    70-60   W    20- 7- 1   8- 8- 4      DNP       DNP
at 16/18 Marquette      02/03/07    52-48   W     6- 3- 1   0- 2- 1     0- 1- 0    DNP
RUTGERS                 02/06/07    60-50   W    15-10- 0   0- 0- 0      DNP       DNP
                                              2006-07 UConn Basketball
                                UConn Huskies Team Game-by-Game (as of Feb 08, 2007)
                                                     All games

                                                               TEAM STATISTICS


                                               |---TOTAL---| |--3-PTRS--|                     |----REBOUNDS----|
Opponent             Date        Score   W/L   FG-FGA   Pct 3FG-FGA     Pct   FT-FTA    Pct    Off Def    Tot   Avg   PF    A   TO Blk Stl     Pts---Avg
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RICHMOND             11/13/06    84-50    W    33-66    .500    7-14   .500   11-19    .579     13   36    49 49.0    14   24   11    8   12    84   84.0
COLGATE              11/16/06    81-37    W    33-75    .440    3-12   .250   12-21    .571     26   35    61 55.0    11   15   18   11   13    81   82.5
BOSTON UNIV          11/28/06    84-51    W    31-63    .492    4-11   .364   18-29    .621     18   34    52 54.0    14   21   12    5    8    84   83.0
PURDUE               11/30/06    66-55    W    25-51    .490    5-13   .385   11-16    .688     12   28    40 50.5    10   15   25    7    9    66   78.8
at Holy Cross        12/04/06    83-64    W    38-67    .567    2-8    .250    5-9     .556     18   18    36 47.6    14   21   15    2   16    83   79.6
at Georgetown        12/07/06    84-26    W    33-64    .516    2-12   .167   16-25    .640     22   28    50 48.0    13   14   15    2   12    84   80.3
at Virginia          12/18/06    96-60    W    42-64    .656    5-10   .500    7-12    .583      5   37    42 47.1    18   24   16   10    9    96   82.6
COLORADO STATE       12/21/06    93-58    W    33-61    .541    6-16   .375   21-32    .656     15   28    43 46.6    20   22   10    6   10    93   83.9
OAKLAND (MICH.)      12/23/06    85-53    W    37-79    .468    3-15   .200    8-11    .727     24   31    55 47.6    10   22   12    8   11    85   84.0
HARTFORD HAWKS       12/29/06    62-36    W    25-62    .403    3-10   .300    9-14    .643     19   34    53 48.1    13   13   16    8    9    62   81.8
SACRED HEART         12/31/06    82-40    W    34-68    .500    4-13   .308   10-14    .714     21   36    57 48.9     8   20   14    3    8    82   81.8
at West Virginia     1/2/07      63-44    W    21-48    .438    5-15   .333   16-21    .762     13   32    45 48.6    17   14   25    4    9    63   80.2
TENNESSEE            1/6/06      64-70    L    26-60    .433    2-11   .182   10-17    .588     15   29    44 48.2    13   17   14    5    7    64   79.0
SETON HALL           1/9/07     106-58    W    41-69    .594   10-23   .435   14-23    .609     12   30    42 47.8    14   28   12    7   13   106   80.9
SYRACUSE             1/13/07     76-45    W    30-73    .411    4-22   .182   12-14    .857     17   29    46 47.7    17   21   13    7   16    76   80.6
at North Carolina    01/15/07    76-82    L    32-71    .451    1-12   .083   11-18    .611     11   21    32 46.7    25   22   18    4   14    76   80.3
at Providence        1/17/07     96-53    W    40-62    .645    5-13   .385   11-19    .579      9   28    37 46.1    11   14   11    2   12    96   81.2
at St. John's        1/21/07     84-63    W    32-63    .508    8-24   .333   12-18    .667     13   27    40 45.8    19   20   19    6   11    84   81.4
DEPAUL               1/24/07     88-76    W    32-65    .492    5-17   .294   19-27    .704     18   24    42 45.6     9   16   17    4   12    88   81.7
NOTRE DAME           1/27/07     64-47    W    21-45    .467    4-10   .400   18-24    .750     12   33    45 45.5    14   13   27   16    8    64   80.8
at Cincinnati        01/30/07    70-60    W    25-58    .431    5-15   .333   15-17    .882     10   26    36 45.1    17   13   11    7    1    70   80.3
at 16/18 Marquette   02/03/07    52-48    W    23-58    .397    2-7    .286    4-6     .667     10   24    34 44.6    13   15   22    5   12    52   79.0
RUTGERS              02/06/07    60-50    W    22-56    .393    1-8    .125   15-27    .556     15   26    41 44.4    10   10   16    8   10    60   78.2
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UConn Huskies                   1799           709-1448 .490   96-311 .309 285-433 .658        348 674 1022 44.4 324 414 369 145 242 1799            78.2
Opponents                       1226           461-1392 .331 102-410 .249 202-305 .662         296 468    764 33.2 387 254 426       71 151 1226     53.3



Games played: 23                                                 Rebounds/game: 44.4
Points/game: 78.2                                                Assists/game: 18.0
FG Pct: 49.0                                                     Turnovers/game: 16.0
3FG Pct: 30.9                                                    Assist/turnover ratio: 1.1
FT Pct: 65.8                                                     Steals/game: 10.5
                                                                 Blocks/game: 6.3
                                              2006-07 UConn Basketball
                              UConn Huskies Opponent Game-by-Game (as of Feb 08, 2007)
                                                     All games

                                                            OPPONENT STATISTICS


                                               |---TOTAL---| |--3-PTRS--|                     |----REBOUNDS----|
Opponent             Date        Score   W/L   FG-FGA   Pct 3FG-FGA     Pct   FT-FTA    Pct    Off Def    Tot   Avg   PF    A   TO Blk Stl     Pts---Avg
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RICHMOND             11/13/06    84-50    W    19-71    .268    8-26   .308    4-13    .308     20   24    44 44.0    17   10   16    1    4   50   50.0
COLGATE              11/16/06    81-37    W    14-67    .209    6-28   .214    3-6     .500     16   20    36 40.0    19    7   25    6    7   37   43.5
BOSTON UNIV          11/28/06    84-51    W    19-56    .339    6-23   .261    7-11    .636      6   20    26 35.3    18    9   15    6    3   51   46.0
PURDUE               11/30/06    66-55    W    22-64    .344    7-24   .292    4-5     .800     14   16    30 34.0    16   16   21    5    5   55   48.2
at Holy Cross        12/04/06    83-64    W    22-51    .431   10-23   .435   10-10 1.000       11   13    24 32.0    14   19   23    1    6   64   51.4
at Georgetown        12/07/06    84-26    W    10-48    .208    2-16   .125    4-12    .333     12   17    29 31.5    23    5   25    2    6   26   47.2
at Virginia          12/18/06    96-60    W    20-73    .274    3-18   .167   17-21    .810     19   19    38 32.4    12    7   17    0    8   60   49.0
COLORADO STATE       12/21/06    93-58    W    18-48    .375   10-24   .417   12-17    .706      6   17    23 31.3    24   13   20    1    1   58   50.1
OAKLAND (MICH.)      12/23/06    85-53    W    24-68    .353    2-11   .182    3-7     .429     15   19    34 31.6    14   13   17    6    9   53   50.4
HARTFORD HAWKS       12/29/06    62-36    W    17-55    .309    0-11   .000    2-7     .286      7   21    28 31.2    13    3   13    1    3   36   49.0
SACRED HEART         12/31/06    82-40    W    16-58    .276    2-22   .091    6-8     .750      4   16    20 30.2    12   11   12    2    8   40   48.2
at West Virginia     1/2/07      63-44    W    16-56    .286    6-14   .429    6-14    .429     12   17    29 30.1    19   11   19    4   12   44   47.8
TENNESSEE            1/6/06      64-70    L    26-70    .371    7-17   .412   11-15    .733     19   21    40 30.8    16   14   10   10    8   70   49.5
SETON HALL           1/9/07     106-58    W    25-69    .362    1-5    .200    7-11    .636     15   23    38 31.4    18   14   19    5   10   58   50.1
SYRACUSE             1/13/07     76-45    W    13-51    .255    3-18   .167   16-22    .727     12   26    38 31.8    12    8   24    2    3   45   49.8
at North Carolina    01/15/07    76-82    L    30-63    .476    4-14   .286   18-29    .621     16   30    46 32.7    18   17   26    5    6   82   51.8
at Providence        1/17/07     96-53    W    22-54    .407    2-13   .154    7-10    .700      5   16    21 32.0    18   12   17    2    5   53   51.9
at St. John's        1/21/07     84-63    W    21-64    .328    2-14   .143   19-23    .826     17   19    36 32.2    14   10   19    0    8   63   52.5
DEPAUL               1/24/07     88-76    W    33-68    .485    7-27   .259    3-6     .500     11   21    32 32.2    20   16   17    3    8   76   53.7
NOTRE DAME           1/27/07     64-47    W    16-66    .242    3-14   .214   12-17    .706     19   15    34 32.3    18    9   18    3    9   47   53.4
at Cincinnati        01/30/07    70-60    W    20-61    .328    4-18   .222   16-19    .842     15   23    38 32.6    16   10   11    0    5   60   53.7
at 16/18 Marquette   02/03/07    52-48    W    18-58    .310    2-18   .111   10-14    .714     18   26    44 33.1    14   10   22    3   12   48   53.5
RUTGERS              02/06/07    60-50    W    20-53    .377    5-12   .417    5-8     .625      7   29    36 33.2    22   10   20    3    5   50   53.3
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Opponents                       1226           461-1392 .331 102-410 .249 202-305 .662         296 468    764 33.2 387 254 426       71 151 1226    53.3
UConn Huskies                   1799           709-1448 .490   96-311 .309 285-433 .658        348 674 1022 44.4 324 414 369 145 242 1799           78.2



Games played: 23                                                 Rebounds/game: 33.2
Points/game: 53.3                                                Assists/game: 11.0
FG Pct: 33.1                                                     Turnovers/game: 18.5
3FG Pct: 24.9                                                    Assist/turnover ratio: 0.6
FT Pct: 66.2                                                     Steals/game: 6.6
                                                                 Blocks/game: 3.1
                               2006-07 UConn Basketball
              UConn Huskies Team High/Low Analysis (as of Feb 08, 2007)
                                      All games


                           UConn Huskies - TEAM GAME HIGHS

POINTS.....................    106             vs   Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                96             at   Providence (1/17/07)
                                96             at   Virginia (12/18/06)
                                93             vs   Colorado State (12/21/06)
                                88             vs   DePaul (1/24/07)
FIELD GOALS MADE...........     42             at   Virginia (12/18/06)
                                41             vs   Seton Hall (1/9/07)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS........     79             vs   Oakland (Mich.) (12/23/06)
                                75             vs   Colgate (11/16/06)
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE......   .656   (42-64)   at   Virginia (12/18/06)
                              .645   (40-62)   at   Providence (1/17/07)
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE......     10             vs   Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                 8             at   St. John's (1/21/07)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS...........     24             at   St. John's (1/21/07)
                                23             vs   Seton Hall (1/9/07)
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE.........   .500   ( 7-14)   vs   Richmond (11/13/06)
                              .500   ( 5-10)   at   Virginia (12/18/06)
FREE THROWS MADE...........     21             vs   Colorado State (12/21/06)
                                19             vs   DePaul (1/24/07)
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS........     32             vs   Colorado State (12/21/06)
                                29             vs   BOSTON UNIV (11/28/06)
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE......   .882   (15-17)   at   Cincinnati (01/30/07)
                              .857   (12-14)   vs   Syracuse (1/13/07)
REBOUNDS...................     61             vs   Colgate (11/16/06)
                                57             vs   Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
ASSISTS....................     28             vs   Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                24             at   Virginia (12/18/06)
                                24             vs   Richmond (11/13/06)
STEALS.....................     16             vs   Syracuse (1/13/07)
                                16             at   Holy Cross (12/04/06)
BLOCKED SHOTS..............     16             vs   Notre Dame (1/27/07)
                                11             vs   Colgate (11/16/06)
TURNOVERS..................     27             vs   Notre Dame (1/27/07)
                                25             at   West Virginia (1/2/07)
                                25             vs   PURDUE (11/30/06)
FOULS......................     25             at   North Carolina (01/15/07)
                                20             vs   Colorado State (12/21/06)
                               2006-07 UConn Basketball
                 UConn Huskies High/Low Analysis (as of Feb 08, 2007)
                                      All games


                                 Opponent - GAME HIGHS

POINTS.....................      82             at   North Carolina (01/15/07)
                                 76             vs   DePaul (1/24/07)
                                 70             vs   Tennessee (1/6/06)
                                 64             at   Holy Cross (12/04/06)
                                 63             at   St. John's (1/21/07)
FIELD GOALS MADE...........      33             vs   DePaul (1/24/07)
                                 30             at   North Carolina (01/15/07)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS........      73             at   Virginia (12/18/06)
                                 71             vs   Richmond (11/13/06)
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE......    .485   (33-68)   vs   DePaul (1/24/07)
                               .476   (30-63)   at   North Carolina (01/15/07)
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE......      10             vs   Colorado State (12/21/06)
                                 10             at   Holy Cross (12/04/06)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS...........      28             vs   Colgate (11/16/06)
                                 27             vs   DePaul (1/24/07)
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE.........    .435   (10-23)   at   Holy Cross (12/04/06)
                               .429   ( 6-14)   at   West Virginia (1/2/07)
FREE THROWS MADE...........      19             at   St. John's (1/21/07)
                                 18             at   North Carolina (01/15/07)
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS........      29             at   North Carolina (01/15/07)
                                 23             at   St. John's (1/21/07)
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE......   1.000   (10-10)   at   Holy Cross (12/04/06)
                               .842   (16-19)   at   Cincinnati (01/30/07)
REBOUNDS...................      46             at   North Carolina (01/15/07)
                                 44             at   16/18 Marquette (02/03/07)
                                 44             vs   Richmond (11/13/06)
ASSISTS....................      19             at   Holy Cross (12/04/06)
                                 17             at   North Carolina (01/15/07)
STEALS.....................      12             at   16/18 Marquette (02/03/07)
                                 12             at   West Virginia (1/2/07)
BLOCKED SHOTS..............      10             vs   Tennessee (1/6/06)
                                  6             vs   Oakland (Mich.) (12/23/06)
                                  6             vs   BOSTON UNIV (11/28/06)
                                  6             vs   Colgate (11/16/06)
TURNOVERS..................      26             at   North Carolina (01/15/07)
                                 25             at   Georgetown (12/07/06)
                                 25             vs   Colgate (11/16/06)
FOULS......................      24             vs   Colorado State (12/21/06)
                                 23             at   Georgetown (12/07/06)
                               2006-07 UConn Basketball
                 UConn Huskies High/Low Analysis (as of Feb 08, 2007)
                                      All games


                              UConn Huskies - GAME LOWS

POINTS.....................     52             at   16/18 Marquette (02/03/07)
                                60             vs   Rutgers (02/06/07)
                                62             vs   Hartford Hawks (12/29/06)
                                63             at   West Virginia (1/2/07)
                                64             vs   Tennessee (1/6/06)
                                64             vs   Notre Dame (1/27/07)
FIELD GOALS MADE...........     21             at   West Virginia (1/2/07)
                                21             vs   Notre Dame (1/27/07)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS........     45             vs   Notre Dame (1/27/07)
                                48             at   West Virginia (1/2/07)
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE......   .393   (22-56)   vs   Rutgers (02/06/07)
                              .397   (23-58)   at   16/18 Marquette (02/03/07)
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE......      1             at   North Carolina (01/15/07)
                                 1             vs   Rutgers (02/06/07)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS...........      7             at   16/18 Marquette (02/03/07)
                                 8             at   Holy Cross (12/04/06)
                                 8             vs   Rutgers (02/06/07)
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE.........   .083   ( 1-12)   at   North Carolina (01/15/07)
                              .125   ( 1-8 )   vs   Rutgers (02/06/07)
FREE THROWS MADE...........      4             at   16/18 Marquette (02/03/07)
                                 5             at   Holy Cross (12/04/06)
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS........      6             at   16/18 Marquette (02/03/07)
                                 9             at   Holy Cross (12/04/06)
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE......   .556   ( 5-9 )   at   Holy Cross (12/04/06)
                              .556   (15-27)   vs   Rutgers (02/06/07)
REBOUNDS...................     32             at   North Carolina (01/15/07)
                                34             at   16/18 Marquette (02/03/07)
ASSISTS....................     10             vs   Rutgers (02/06/07)
                                13             vs   Hartford Hawks (12/29/06)
                                13             vs   Notre Dame (1/27/07)
                                13             at   Cincinnati (01/30/07)
STEALS.....................      1             at   Cincinnati (01/30/07)
                                 7             vs   Tennessee (1/6/06)
BLOCKED SHOTS..............      2             at   Holy Cross (12/04/06)
                                 2             at   Georgetown (12/07/06)
                                 2             at   Providence (1/17/07)
TURNOVERS..................     10             vs   Colorado State (12/21/06)
                                11             vs   Richmond (11/13/06)
                                11             at   Providence (1/17/07)
                                11             at   Cincinnati (01/30/07)
FOULS......................      8             vs   Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
                                 9             vs   DePaul (1/24/07)
                               2006-07 UConn Basketball
                 UConn Huskies High/Low Analysis (as of Feb 08, 2007)
                                      All games


                                 Opponent - GAME LOWS

POINTS.....................     26             at   Georgetown (12/07/06)
                                36             vs   Hartford Hawks (12/29/06)
                                37             vs   Colgate (11/16/06)
                                40             vs   Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
                                44             at   West Virginia (1/2/07)
FIELD GOALS MADE...........     10             at   Georgetown (12/07/06)
                                13             vs   Syracuse (1/13/07)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS........     48             at   Georgetown (12/07/06)
                                48             vs   Colorado State (12/21/06)
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE......   .208   (10-48)   at   Georgetown (12/07/06)
                              .209   (14-67)   vs   Colgate (11/16/06)
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE......      0             vs   Hartford Hawks (12/29/06)
                                 1             vs   Seton Hall (1/9/07)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS...........      5             vs   Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                11             vs   Oakland (Mich.) (12/23/06)
                                11             vs   Hartford Hawks (12/29/06)
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE.........   .000   ( 0-11)   vs   Hartford Hawks (12/29/06)
                              .091   ( 2-22)   vs   Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
FREE THROWS MADE...........      2             vs   Hartford Hawks (12/29/06)
                                 3             vs   Colgate (11/16/06)
                                 3             vs   Oakland (Mich.) (12/23/06)
                                 3             vs   DePaul (1/24/07)
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS........      5             vs   PURDUE (11/30/06)
                                 6             vs   Colgate (11/16/06)
                                 6             vs   DePaul (1/24/07)
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE......   .286   ( 2-7 )   vs   Hartford Hawks (12/29/06)
                              .308   ( 4-13)   vs   Richmond (11/13/06)
REBOUNDS...................     20             vs   Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
                                21             at   Providence (1/17/07)
ASSISTS....................      3             vs   Hartford Hawks (12/29/06)
                                 5             at   Georgetown (12/07/06)
STEALS.....................      1             vs   Colorado State (12/21/06)
                                 3             vs   BOSTON UNIV (11/28/06)
                                 3             vs   Hartford Hawks (12/29/06)
                                 3             vs   Syracuse (1/13/07)
BLOCKED SHOTS..............      0             at   Virginia (12/18/06)
                                 0             at   St. John's (1/21/07)
                                 0             at   Cincinnati (01/30/07)
TURNOVERS..................     10             vs   Tennessee (1/6/06)
                                11             at   Cincinnati (01/30/07)
FOULS......................     12             at   Virginia (12/18/06)
                                12             vs   Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
                                12             vs   Syracuse (1/13/07)
                                    2006-07 UConn Basketball
                  UConn Huskies Player High/Low Analysis (as of Feb 08, 2007)
                                           All games


                          UConn Huskies - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

POINTS.......................      26                 MONTGOMERY, Renee vs PURDUE (11/30/06)
                                   25                 GREENE, Kalana vs DePaul (1/24/07)
                                   23                 GREENE, Kalana at North Carolina (01/15/07)
                                   23                 GREENE, Kalana vs Syracuse (1/13/07)
                                   23                 THOMAS, Mel vs Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                   23                 HOUSTON, Charde vs Tennessee (1/6/06)
                                   23                 THOMAS, Mel vs Richmond (11/13/06)
FIELD GOALS MADE.............      11                 GREENE, Kalana vs Syracuse (1/13/07)
                                   11                 HOUSTON, Charde at Holy Cross (12/04/06)
FIELD GOAL ATT...............      22                 GREENE, Kalana vs Syracuse (1/13/07)
                                   19                 GREENE, Kalana at North Carolina (01/15/07)
FG PCT (min 5 made)..........   1.000   ( 6-6 )       HOUSTON, Charde at Georgetown (12/07/06)
                                 .900   ( 9-10)       CHARLES, Tina vs Seton Hall (1/9/07)
3 PT FG MADE.................       5                 THOMAS, Mel at St. John's (1/21/07)
                                    5                 THOMAS, Mel at Providence (1/17/07)
                                    5                 THOMAS, Mel vs Colorado State (12/21/06)
                                    5                 THOMAS, Mel vs Richmond (11/13/06)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS.............      14                 THOMAS, Mel at St. John's (1/21/07)
                                   11                 THOMAS, Mel vs Colorado State (12/21/06)
3-PT FG PCT (min 2 made).....   1.000   ( 4-4 )       THOMAS, Mel vs BOSTON UNIV (11/28/06)
                                1.000   ( 2-2 )       GARDLER, Meghan at Virginia (12/18/06)
                                1.000   ( 2-2 )       THOMAS, Mel vs PURDUE (11/30/06)
FREE THROWS MADE.............       8                 MONTGOMERY, Renee vs Colorado State (12/21/06)
                                    7                 HOUSTON, Charde vs Notre Dame (1/27/07)
FREE THROW ATT...............      10                 MONTGOMERY, Renee vs Colorado State (12/21/06)
                                    8                 GREENE, Kalana vs Rutgers (02/06/07)
                                    8                 MONTGOMERY, Renee vs Rutgers (02/06/07)
                                    8                 HOUSTON, Charde vs Notre Dame (1/27/07)
                                    8                 GREENE, Kalana vs DePaul (1/24/07)
                                    8                 HOUSTON, Charde vs DePaul (1/24/07)
                                    8                 GREENE, Kalana at North Carolina (01/15/07)
                                    8                 CHARLES, Tina at West Virginia (1/2/07)
                                    8                 GREENE, Kalana vs BOSTON UNIV (11/28/06)
                                    8                 CHARLES, Tina vs Colgate (11/16/06)
FT PCT (min 3 made)..........   1.000   (   6-6   )   MONTGOMERY, Renee vs PURDUE (11/30/06)
                                1.000   (   5-5   )   THOMAS, Mel at Cincinnati (01/30/07)
                                1.000   (   4-4   )   MONTGOMERY, Renee at Cincinnati (01/30/07)
                                1.000   (   4-4   )   GREENE, Kalana vs Notre Dame (1/27/07)
                                1.000   (   4-4   )   THOMAS, Mel at St. John's (1/21/07)
                                1.000   (   3-3   )   THOMAS, Mel vs Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                1.000   (   3-3   )   WILLIAMS, Tahirah vs Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                1.000   (   3-3   )   THOMAS, Mel vs Hartford Hawks (12/29/06)
                                1.000   (   3-3   )   MONTGOMERY, Renee at Virginia (12/18/06)
                                1.000   (   3-3   )   THOMAS, Mel at Georgetown (12/07/06)
REBOUNDS.....................      19                 CHARLES, Tina vs Syracuse (1/13/07)
                                   17                 CHARLES, Tina vs Colgate (11/16/06)
ASSISTS......................       9                 MONTGOMERY, Renee vs Syracuse (1/13/07)
                                    9                 SWANIER, Ketia vs Seton Hall (1/9/07)
                                    9                 MONTGOMERY, Renee at Virginia (12/18/06)
STEALS.......................       6                 MONTGOMERY, Renee vs Rutgers (02/06/07)
                                    6                 MONTGOMERY, Renee at Providence (1/17/07)
BLOCKED SHOTS................       9                 CHARLES, Tina vs Notre Dame (1/27/07)
                                    6                 CHARLES, Tina vs Rutgers (02/06/07)
                                6   MCLAREN, Kaili vs Hartford Hawks (12/29/06)
                                6   CHARLES, Tina at Virginia (12/18/06)
TURNOVERS....................   9   MONTGOMERY, Renee vs PURDUE (11/30/06)
                                7   HOUSTON, Charde vs Notre Dame (1/27/07)
                                7   HOUSTON, Charde at North Carolina (01/15/07)
                                7   HOUSTON, Charde vs Hartford Hawks (12/29/06)
FOULS........................   5   CHARLES, Tina at Cincinnati (01/30/07)
                                5   THOMAS, Mel at North Carolina (01/15/07)
                                5   CHARLES, Tina at North Carolina (01/15/07)
                                5   MCLAREN, Kaili at Virginia (12/18/06)
                                 2006-07 UConn Basketball
                   UConn Huskies High/Low Analysis (as of Feb 08, 2007)
                                        All games


                                OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

POINTS.......................       30                 PARKER, Candace vs Tennessee (1/6/06)
                                    20                 QUAYE, Christina at 16/18 Marquette (02/03/07)
                                    20                 LAWLESS, Erin vs PURDUE (11/30/06)
                                    20                 CAMPION, Christina vs Richmond (11/13/06)
                                    19                 SMITH, Caprice vs DePaul (1/24/07)
                                    19                 WRIGHT, Kia at St. John's (1/21/07)
                                    19                 MARANDOLA, Chelsea at Providence (1/17/07)
                                    19                 PAPE, Amanda vs Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
FIELD GOALS MADE.............       12                 PARKER, Candace vs Tennessee (1/6/06)
                                     9                 SMITH, Caprice vs DePaul (1/24/07)
                                     9                 MARANDOLA, Chelsea at Providence (1/17/07)
FIELD GOAL ATT...............       22                 PARKER, Candace vs Tennessee (1/6/06)
                                    19                 PAPE, Amanda vs Sacred Heart (12/31/06)
FG PCT (min 5 made)..........     .833   ( 5-6 )       OGIDE, Emy at Cincinnati (01/30/07)
                                  .778   ( 7-9 )       THREATT, China vs DePaul (1/24/07)
3 PT FG MADE.................        4                 OWENS, Laquita at West Virginia (1/2/07)
                                     4                 MULLANEY, Kelly Jo vs Colorado State (12/21/06)
                                     4                 O'DELL, Bethany at Holy Cross (12/04/06)
                                     4                 CAMPION, Christina vs Richmond (11/13/06)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS.............       10                 GARMAN, Katie vs Colgate (11/16/06)
                                     9                 Zoll, Sharnee at Virginia (12/18/06)
                                     9                 GEARLDS, Katie vs PURDUE (11/30/06)
3-PT FG PCT (min 2 made).....     .750   (   3-4   )   LAWLESS, Erin vs PURDUE (11/30/06)
                                  .667   (   4-6   )   MULLANEY, Kelly Jo vs Colorado State (12/21/06)
                                  .667   (   2-3   )   CARGLE, Melanie vs Colgate (11/16/06)
                                  .667   (   2-3   )   POWELL, Kara vs Richmond (11/13/06)
FREE THROWS MADE.............       11                 WRIGHT, Kia at St. John's (1/21/07)
                                     6                 MCLEAN, Monique at St. John's (1/21/07)
                                     6                 SIPAVICIUTE, Vaida vs Syracuse (1/13/07)
                                     6                 PARKER, Candace vs Tennessee (1/6/06)
                                     6                 FINLEY, Kelly vs Colorado State (12/21/06)
                                     6                 Littles, Lyndra at Virginia (12/18/06)
FREE THROW ATT...............       12                 WRIGHT, Kia at St. John's (1/21/07)
                                    10                 Littles, Lyndra at Virginia (12/18/06)
FT PCT (min 3 made)..........    1.000   (   6-6   )   MCLEAN, Monique at St. John's (1/21/07)
                                 1.000   (   6-6   )   SIPAVICIUTE, Vaida vs Syracuse (1/13/07)
                                 1.000   (   6-6   )   FINLEY, Kelly vs Colorado State (12/21/06)
                                 1.000   (   5-5   )   JONES, Michelle at Cincinnati (01/30/07)
                                 1.000   (   4-4   )   JACOBS, Carla at Cincinnati (01/30/07)
                                 1.000   (   4-4   )   ALLEN, Charel vs Notre Dame (1/27/07)
                                 1.000   (   4-4   )   BOVE, Catherine at Providence (1/17/07)
                                 1.000   (   4-4   )   Pringle, LaToya at North Carolina (01/15/07)
                                 1.000   (   4-4   )   Wright, Monica at Virginia (12/18/06)
                                 1.000   (   4-4   )   ALOISI, Laura at Holy Cross (12/04/06)
                                 1.000   (   3-3   )   Williams, Siedah at Virginia (12/18/06)
                                 1.000   (   3-3   )   LAWLESS, Erin vs PURDUE (11/30/06)
REBOUNDS.....................       16                 Larkins, Erlana at North Carolina (01/15/07)
                                    12                 PARKER, Candace vs Tennessee (1/6/06)
ASSISTS......................        7                 ALOISI, Laura at Holy Cross (12/04/06)
                                     5                 MITIDIERO, Missy vs DePaul (1/24/07)
                                     5                 WRIGHT, Kia at St. John's (1/21/07)
                                     5                 HOLMES, Kendria at Providence (1/17/07)
                                     5                 Larkins, Erlana at North Carolina (01/15/07)
                                     5                 Little, Camille at North Carolina (01/15/07)
                                     5                 MALONE, FahKara vs PURDUE (11/30/06)
STEALS.......................   5   WRIGHT, Kia at St. John's (1/21/07)
                                4   GAINES, Tulyah vs Notre Dame (1/27/07)
                                4   COLE, Chakhia at West Virginia (1/2/07)
BLOCKED SHOTS................   6   PARKER, Candace vs Tennessee (1/6/06)
                                3   McCULLOUGH, Jasmine at 16/18 Marquette (02/03/07)
                                3   Pringle, LaToya at North Carolina (01/15/07)
                                3   ANOSIKE, Nicky vs Tennessee (1/6/06)
TURNOVERS....................   9   MICHAEL, Nicole vs Syracuse (1/13/07)
                                8   Latta, Ivory at North Carolina (01/15/07)
FOULS........................   5   AJAVON, Matee vs Rutgers (02/06/07)
                                5   RUBINO, Jenna vs DePaul (1/24/07)
                                5   SMITH, Caprice vs DePaul (1/24/07)
                                5   COLE, Chakhia at West Virginia (1/2/07)
                                5   CORNELL, Juanise vs Colorado State (12/21/06)

				
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