With an easy victory over Cincinnati on Monday in the conference title game, UConn, on its way to the Big East next season, finished a seven-year AAC run at 139-0, winning all but two games by double digits.
- 11/25W 73-67
- 12/5L 81-58
- 12/10L 86-75
- 12/12L 79-62
- 12/20L 74-67
- 12/2220L 73-61
- 1/2W 65-59
- 1/6L 62-57
- 1/9L 68-49
- 1/13W 71-65
- 1/17L 57-41
- 1/20L 61-52
- 1/27L 60-52
- 2/3L 69-53
- 2/7L 61-59
- 2/10W 73-62
- 2/13L 70-51
- 2/1712L 69-65
- 2/20L 75-66
- 2/24W 76-61
- 2/27W 71-58
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Megan Walker scored 26 points and Christyn Williams added 22 to lead No. 5 UConn over Cincinnati 87-53 on Monday night, finishing off a perfect run for the Huskies over their seven years in the American Athletic conference.
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Megan Walker scored 25 points, freshman Anna Makurat added 20, and No. 6 UConn dominated a match-up of the American Athletic Conference's top two teams in every way, beating Cincinnati 105-58 Wednesday night.
Crystal Dangerfield scored 24 points, Megan Walker added 21 points and 11 rebounds and No. 4 UConn beat Cincinnati 80-50 to win its 129th straight American Athletic Conference game.
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Napheesa Collier scored 20 points to reach 2,000 in her career, and No. 2 UConn struggled as it moved past its loss at Louisville, holding on to beat Cincinnati 65-55 on Saturday.
Michelle Clark-Heard is leaving Western Kentucky to become the women's hoops coach at Cincinnati, while her former assistant, Greg Collins, will take over as head coach of the Lady Toppers.
UConn coach Geno Auriemma turned to Twitter to defend Jamelle Elliott, a former player of his who was fired as Cincinnati's head coach this week.
Jamelle Elliott was fired Wednesday as the women's basketball coach at Cincinnati after nine years of working to revive the program, which was finally back in winning form.
UCF and Cincinnati were the only schools to receive A's in a Tucker Center study as the number of women coaching hires rose slightly for the third consecutive year.