LINCOLN, NE – The Women’s Final Four in Nashville will feature a pair of unbeatens as Connecticut joined Notre Dame in the national semifinals with a 69-54 victory over third-seeded Texas A&M in the Lincoln Regional Final on Monday night.
The Huskies’ five starters all scored in double figures, with Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis leading the way with 17 points. In fact, the UCONN starters accounted for all of the Huskies scoring. The five substitutes accounted for 19 minutes played, but didn’t attempt a single field goal or free throw.
The 37-0 Huskies will face the winner of tomorrow’s Maryland-Louisville game.
Craig Way and Brenda VanLengen called the action on WestwoodOne Sports.
(Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis hits from deep and UCONN leads 20-15)
(Moriah Jefferson lays one in for a 10-point lead)
(Jordan Jones hits from deep to pull A&M within five)
(Bria Hartley’s triple makes it 45-37)
(Stefanie Dolson’s layup makes it 50-37)
(Dolson hits again as the Huskies pull away)
(The final call as Connecticut is headed to the Final Four)
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