Women's College Basketball

 
          === Huskies dispose of Aggies, make plans for Final Four ===
 
 Lincoln,  NE (SportsNetwork.com) - Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis netted 17 points and
 grabbed  seven  rebounds to help  lead her unbeaten and top-seeded Connecticut
 Huskies over the third-seeded Texas A&M Aggies, 69-54, in the Lincoln regional
 final at Pinnacle Bank Arena to earn a trip to the Final Four.
 
 Stefanie  Dolson was  close to recording a triple-double for UConn (38-0) with
 14  points, 10  rebounds and eight blocked shots. Bria Hartley also notched 14
 points  in  the win,  while  Breanna  Stewart  tallied  13 points  and  Moriah
 Jefferson  added 11 with six rebounds and seven assists. The Huskies will face
 the winner of North Carolina and Stanford in the Final Four on April 6.
 
 Courtney Walker scored a team-high 14 points in the loss for Texas A&M (27-9),
 while  Courtney Williams  contributed 13 points and six rebounds. Jordan Jones
 added 12 points with a team-high seven boards.
 
 It  was a  rough first half for  Texas A&M going against top-seeded UConn. The
 Aggies shot a dismal 28.9 percent from the floor in the frame, and went 0-of-4
 from  3-point range. UConn  connected on 50 percent of its field goal tries in
 the half, and took a 34-23 lead as the teams broke for the intermission.
 
 The  Huskies  didn't let up  much in the second  half, netting 46.2 percent of
 their  shots. The Aggies improved to 43.3 percent shooting from the field, but
 could do nothing to cancel out UConn's already large lead.
 
 UConn had the edge in points in the paint, 39-22, and outscored Texas A&M from
 beyond the arc, 21-6. The Huskies had an extremely quiet night from the bench,
 though, as not one reserve player recorded a shot or free-throw attempt in the
 entire contest.
 
 
 
 03/31 23:58:01 ET

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