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Monday, March 09, 2015

UConn's Mosqueda-Lewis continues to deliver in clutch

When looking back at the numbers, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis has been quite the postseason performer.

She has scored in double figures in her last 17 postseason games heading into tonight's American Athletic Conference final against South Florida. I did some checking before I headed to Mohegan Sun Arena and can't find a player with a longer streak in UConn history other than teammate Breanna Stewart who is going for double digit game No. 19 in a row.

I was also interested to see where Mosqueda-Lewis' 157 points in conference tournament play ranks in UConn history.

Kara Wolters holds the mark with an astonishing 242 points in 12 Big East tournament games. Mosqueda-Lewis is currently eighth with a realistic possibility of moving by her position coach Shea Ralph as well as Diana Taurasi and into sixth place. She has some work to do to catch Maya Moore or Stefanie Dolson on the list. Here's the list

Kara Wolters 242
Kerry Bascom 200
Tina Charles 192
Stefanie Dolson 189
Maya Moore 181
Diana Taurasi 169
Shea Ralph 166
Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis 157
Rebecca Lobo 155
Carla Berube 143
Renee Montgomery 139
Breanna Stewart 135

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