7:00 PM ET, March 29, 2011
Liacouras Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
PHILADELPHIA -- Maya Moore is headed to the Final Four with a chance to pad perhaps the most impressive resume in the history of women's college basketball with yet another championship.Connecticut's latest star is already a four-time All-American with 3,000 career points. Nice personal milestones for sure, but far from the biggest prize.
Hays: Moore's Will To Win
Maya Moore scored her 3,000th career point in pursuit of the Philadelphia Region championship -- but the milestone was overshadowed by her dominating performance against Duke, writes Graham Hays. Story
Moore Of The Same
UConn's dominating win against Duke Tuesday night was eerily similar to the Huskies' 87-51 win in the teams' first meeting back on Jan. 31.
|Points in paint||44||40|
|UConn FG pct||57.4||59.3|
|Duke FG pct||28.4||25.4|
|Maya Moore pts||29||28|
Team Stat Comparison
|FG Made-Attempted||15-59 (.254)||32-54 (.593)|
|3P Made-Attempted||5-18 (.278)||4-10 (.400)|
|FT Made-Attempted||5-7 (.714)||7-10 (.700)|
|Fouls (Tech/Flagrant)||15 (0/0)||14 (0/0)|
NEXT-LEVEL: Connecticut scored in a number of ways against Duke on Tuesday but was most efficient after working the ball around the floor on the offensive end. The Huskies shot 84 percent from the field after completing four or more passes (37.9 percent after three or fewer) including 9-10 FG by Maya Moore[+]
Connecticut Offense by Passes Completed
NEXT-LEVEL: UConn F Maya Moore led all scorers Tuesday with 28 points on 12-18 shooting and was perfect from the field when she got to the rim. Moore went 7-7 from the floor on shots within five feet of the basket including 4-4 in the second half when the Huskies pulled away.
UConn completed the double dip in 2004. This year, the UConn men do what the UConn women couldn't do, win the national title. The opposite happened in 2009. Of the 9 schools to have both men's and women's teams in the Final Four in the same season, 6 of them had both teams leave empty handed.[+]
Men's and Women's Teams from Same School - To Make Final Four in Same Year
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