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Injuries are a part of any game. But in college basketball when they strike more than one player, it can leave you shorthanded.
Fortunately for the UConn Huskies women's basketball team, Bria Hartley was able to return from a sprained ankle suffered on Saturday. And she showed no ill effects from the injury.
Hartley had 16 points and seven rebounds to help the No. 3/2 Huskies to a 72-58 win over the 15/13 Louisville Cardinals in front of 8,702 at the XL Center in Hartford, CT. Ironically enough, that was just about the same score the Louisville men beat the UConn men last night (73-58).
UConn improves to 15-1 (3-1 Big East) while Louisville falls to 14-4 (2-2).
Stefanie Dolson tied Hartley for the team-high with with 16 points while adding a team-high nine rebounds and had three assists. Kelly Faris added 13 points and seven assists but had seven turnovers.
Kaleena Mosqueda Lewis chipped in with 12 points and had eight rebounds while Kiah Stokes came off the ...
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Russ Smith was brilliant and kept the Cardinals in the game early. His 23 points all seemed to be at his own will. His reckless abandon to the basket payed off and he shined on...
Rick Pitino’s team responded tonight exactly like the number one team is supposed to. Despite being down double digits in the first half, Louisville stuck with their game plan and withheld an early run from UConn, cruising to a 73-58 win.
The Cards had a rough start offensively and UConn couldn’t seem to miss in the first half. Peyton Siva picking up two quick fouls in the first...
Russ Smith scored 23 points and Gorgui Dieng had six points and
16 rebounds and Louisville, playing just hours after it moved to
No. 1, used a strong second half to beat Connecticut 73-60 on