Rapid Recap - UConn WBB wallops Iowa
Top takeaways from the Huskies' expert handling of the Hawkeyes. Not affiliated with the University of Connecticut.
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Final Score & More
Review the game’s end result along with a tasty tidbit or two
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen: UConn 92, Iowa 72
UConn advances to their 15th consecutive Elite Eight with the win
The Huskies’ offense put on a show against the Hawkeyes:
Play of the Day
Watch the Huskies’ top highlight from the win
This three-ball helped the Huskies build an early lead and contributed to Evina Westbrook’s special night where she joined the 1,000 point club:
See which UConn player stuffed the stat sheet
Christyn Williams edged out some stiff competition to earn the honor after she led all scorers with 27 points on 12-of-23 shooting, while also adding four rebounds, two assists, and strong defense against Iowa’s Caitlin Clark. Paige Bueckers (18 points, 9 rebounds, 8 assists), Aaliyah Edwards (18 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists), and Evina Westbrook (17 points, 9 rebounds, 10 assists) also played a major role in the Huskies’ victory over the Hawkeyes, earning each of them a well-deserved honorable mention.
View the best photo from the Huskies’ victory
Pure emotion overtook the Huskies after they punched their ticket to the Elite Eight:
(Kirby Lee - USA TODAY Sports)
Read the most memorable remark from the game
“Whatever five is on the court, we have five killers on the court who can score, facilitate, pass, rebound, (play) crazy defense.”
- Evina Westbrook (on team’s talent and depth)
Find out who and when the Huskies play next
UConn will face Baylor in the Elite Eight on Monday, Mar. 29 @ 7 p.m. The game will be televised on ESPN and pit two of women’s college basketball’s best coaches against one another in UConn’s Geno Auriemma and Baylor’s Kim Mulkey.
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