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Sunday, March 06, 2016

Another milestone for UConn's Stewart

I happened to miss this when it happened in yesterday's game but Breanna Stewart became just the fifth UConn player to score at least 500 points in the postseason.

Maya Moore tops the list (I know, I was shocked a well) with 661 points (185 in conference tournaments and 476 in the NCAA tournament). Diana Taurasi is next with 597 points (169 in conference tournaments, 428 in the NCAA) followed by Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis (202 points in conference tourneys and 374 in the NCAAs) and Kara Wolters (a program-record 239 points in the Big East tournament and 322 in the NCAA tournament.

Stewart checks in with 181 points in conference tournaments and 324 in the NCAA and there's a decent chance that she joins Moore as the only Huskies with at least 600 points in the postseason.

Stewart can also join Wolters and Mosqueda-Lewis as the only Huskies with 200 points in conference tournament play and if she scores in double figures, she would move into a tie for 7th place in NCAA Division I women's basketball history with 128 double-digit scoring games. Moore holds the mark with 149 followed by Brittney Griner (146), Courtney Paris (134), Rachel Banham (132), Sophia Young (130) and Heather Butler (129).

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Banham 3008 points should pass Holdsclaw 3026 next game and might even pass Maya 3036. But I will stick with Maya and Holdsclaw in WCBB all time top 5 players, along with Taurasi, Griner, and Miller.

8:52 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maya Moore :
3036 points, 1276 rebounds, 544 assists, 310 steals, 2 NC, 150-4 record.

Chamique Holdsclaw :
3025 points, 1295 rebounds, 300+ assists, 305 steals, 3 NC, 134-17 record.

I cannot locate the exact number of assists for Holdsclaw. Both scored well over 400 points in NCAA March Madness.

11:48 AM 

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