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Wednesday, December 02, 2015

UConn's Stewart on verge of first of its kind milestone

Breanna Stewart has accomplished some remarkable things during her time at UConn but she is on the verge of doing something that no Division I women's basketball player has ever done.

Stewart, who recorded the 300th blocked shot of her remarkable career in Monday's win over Chattanooga. Now she is just six assists shy of hitting the 300 mark in that category as well.

As I previously mentioned, Stewart joined former High Point star Mckenzie Maier as the only Division I players with at least 300 blocks and 100 3-pointers. As it turns out, the block-assist daily double that she is closing in on is even more rare.

More than 60 Division I women's players have blocked at least 300 shots but not one of them even hit the 300-assist plateau.

Here is the list of those with 300 blocks and at least 200 assists, it shouldn't come as a shocker that Rebecca Lobo is pretty high on the list

Players                   Team          Blocks    Assists
Louella Tomlinson St. Mary's  663       262
Rebecca Lobo, Connecticut     396       260
Elizabeth Williams Duke         426       256
Brittney Griner Baylor             748       239
Amy Jaeschke Northwestern    357      228
Jessica Davenport, Ohio State  384      225
Zane Teilane, W. Illinois          406      220
Courtney Paris Oklahoma        446      218
Mackenzie Maier High Point   306      215   
Jordan Adams, New Mexico    344      211
Lisa Leslie, USC                       321     208

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