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Friday, March 20, 2015

UConn's Mosqueda-Lewis a proven postseason performer

With some free time on my hands this week I was able to complete my research on the most prolific postseason scorers in UConn women's basketball history.

It shouldn't surprise too many people to see Maya Moore and Diana Taurasi ranking No. 1 and 2 on the list. However. current senior Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis is currently fifth on that list and barring could very well move by Tina Charles and into fourth on that list during the next few days.

"It is my favorite time of the year," Mosqueda-Lewis said. "It is the time you wait for and once you start your basketball career in college, what you dream about it is March Madness and being a part of it. It is what I get the most excited for."

Here is the list with the conference tournament point total listed first followed by NCAA point production

PLAYER        CONF. NCAA TOTAL
Maya Moore        181-476 657
Diana Taurasi      169-428 597
Kara Wolters       242-322 568
Tina Charles        192-310 502
Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis 
                            180-293 473Renee Montgomery
                            138-296 435
Bria Hartley        131-300 431
Stefanie Dolson  189-219 408
Barbara Turner   132-274 406
Asjha Jones        134-242 376
Breanna Stewart 164-212 376
Rebecca Lobo     155-190 345
Swin Cash          125-218 338
Nykesha Sales    112-222 334
Carla Berube      143-190 333
Tamika Williams  126-201 327
Tiffany Hayes      90-228 318
Ann Strother      121-195 316
Kerry Bascom   200-110 310


Also, Mosqueda-Lewis is tied for ninth in NCAA tournament history with 35 3-pointers in NCAA tournament play and is 19th in career NCAA tournament scoring.

POINTS
479—Chamique Holdsclaw, Tennessee, 1996-99 (22
games)
476—Maya Moore, Connecticut, 2008-11 (22)
444—Nnemkadi Ogwumike, Stanford, 2009-11 (21)
428—Diana Taurasi, Connecticut, 2001-04 (23)
403—Brittney Griner, Baylor, 2010-13 (18)
388—Bridgette Gordon, Tennessee, 1986-89 (18)
372—Seimone Augustus, LSU, 2003-06 (19)
367—Candice Wiggins, Stanford, 2005-08 (16)
352—Alana Beard, Duke, 2001-04 (17)
348—Skylar Diggins, Notre Dame, 2010-13, (20)
333—Cheryl Miller, Southern California, 1983-86 (16)
332—Candace Parker, Tennessee, 2006-08 (16)
324—Jayne Appel, Stanford, 2007-10 (19)
322-Kara Wolters, Connecticut, 1993-97 (19)
312—Janice Lawrence, Louisiana Tech, 1982-84 (14)
310—Tina Charles, Connecticut, 2007-10 (21)
300—Bria Hartley, Connecticut, 2011-14 (22)
296-Renee Montgomery, Connecticut 2006-09 (19)
293—Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, Connecticut, 2012-14 (17)291—Penny Toler, San Diego St./Long Beach St., 1985,
87-89 (13)

Most Three-Point Field Goals
61—Diana Taurasi, Connecticut, 2001-04 (23 games)
59—Maya Moore, Connecticut, 2008-11 (22)
42—Shanna Zolman, Tennessee, 2003-06 (21)
42—Candice Wiggins, Stanford, 2005-08 (16)
39—Sue Bird, Connecticut, 2000-02 (17)
37—Renee Montgomery, Connecticut, 2006-09 (19)
37—Bria Hartley, Connecticut, 2011-14 (22)
36—Kristi Toliver, Maryland, 2006-09 (16)
35—Jeanette Pohlen, Stanford, 2008-11 (22)
35—Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, Connecticut, 2012-14 (17)

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