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Old 11-29-2019, 09:20 AM   #1
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Schedule:
https://uconnhuskies.com/sports/wome...hedule/2019-20

Roster:
https://uconnhuskies.com/sports/wome...ketball/roster

Stats:
http://stats.ncaa.org/team/164/stats/15002

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Old 12-20-2019, 08:01 AM   #2
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Starters:

20 6-5 Soph F Olivia Nelson-Ododa 12.44 ppg, 8.78 reb/gm, 26 assists
03 6-0 Jr F Megan Walker 22.11 ppg, 9.33 reb/gm, 29 assists
25 6-2 Sr F Kyla Irwin 4.50 ppg, 3.25 reb/gm, 22 assists
13 5-11 Soph G Christyn Williams 16.00 ppg, 5.33 reb/gm, 23 assists
05 5-5 Sr G Crystal Dangerfield 14.14 ppg, 3.86 reb/gm, 25 assists

Key reserves:

24 6-1 Fr G Anna Makurat 4.22 ppg, 3.89 reb/gm, 26 assists
44 6-1 Fr G Aubrey Griffin 6.33 ppg, 4.67 reb/gm, 6 assists

Notice how evenly-shared the assists are.

Kyla Irwin is 7-11 from three. Walker hits 47.73% of threes. Dangerfield hits 40.43% of threes.

All starters hit at least 72% of free throws.

FG%: UConn 47.99 opponents 34.58
Three-point %: UConn 37.63 opponents 28.96
Scoring: UConn 78.56 opponents 57.56
Rebounds: UConn 48.39 opponents 34.11
Turnovers: UConn 125 opponents 125
Blocks: UConn 50 opponents 20

UConn is 9-0. But, most of the games are not complete blowouts this year. They are only winning by 21 points per game.
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Old 12-21-2019, 06:57 PM   #3
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I looked on the Connecticut wbb forum, pretty much everyone predicts us to lose by 20 to 30 points.. a lot of posters mentioned us losing to Wichita State in Houston, assuming the team we were then is the team they will play tomorrow. I hope to God that's not right.
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Old 12-21-2019, 07:17 PM   #4
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Our sophomores and juniors have learned a lot more about getting the ball to each other.

But, we have not played well on the road yet. Therein lies the primary concern that I have. In Norman, I think we would have beaten W. KY, Wichita, and Houston.

UConn has won big in Storrs. But, this year on the road, they are not as dominant as usual. Which will we get? We are not certain that we can play well on the road. But, UConn has not yet shown itself to be UConn-dominant.

I have no clue.
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Old 12-21-2019, 07:40 PM   #5
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In theory, this game should be closer than last year's game was, considering what they lost and what we brought back, etc. But if we played them as close as we played them last year tomorrow I would be very surprised and not too upset with a loss. I think when we have been on this year we've been very good indeed. Only missing that big defensive presence down low to keep us going when the outside shooting cools off..I'm very interested to see what kind of game it is.
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Old 12-21-2019, 11:03 PM   #6
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Uconn beat Notre Dame like a rented mule in Storrs this season, and unfortunately will do the same to OU. They are a different team in Gampel.
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