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No. 2 UConn women fall to No. 3 Louisville, 78-69 - Feb 1, 2019


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Asia Durr
Less than a minute into the second quarter, Louisville's Asia Durr (5'10''-G-97) pulled up from behind the arc and hit a 3-pointer that sent the KFC Yum! Center into a frenzy. Unbeknownst to No. 2 UConn, it was the beginning of the end. It was Durr's first basket of the game and gave the Cardinals a 26-24 lead. She would hit two more threes in succession, igniting Louisville fans and getting on a hot streak that was hard for the Huskies to defend. Connecticut would only regain the lead once the rest of the game, falling to No. 3 Louisville 78-69 on Thursday night. It's the first time since the 2012-13 season that UConn (18-2) has lost more than one regular-season game. The game was a back-and-forth battle, but a five-minute stretch in the third quarter effectively ended any hopes UConn had of recovering. The Huskies got close enough to take it back multiple times, but struggled to finish, making mistakes that the Cardinals capitalized on. The third quarter has proven to be problematic for UConn on more than one occasion, with the Huskies often getting out to slow starts. Against Louisville they were outscored 18-13 in the third, and it made all the difference. 'There was a stretch in the third quarter where I thought it got away from us. We just lost our composure a little bit and the offense fell apart,' coach Geno Auriemma said. 'We made a lot of mistakes tonight defensively, and they took advantage of every one of them. Every time we made a mistake tonight they got a bucket, and that's a credit to them. They played well; they shot the ball well. Asia made big buckets for them … and they had a lot of kids make shots for them that don't normally make those shots. And that's what you need in big games like this - for people to play above where they normally play - and they had a couple of kids do that.' UConn's players didn't play above where they normally do, Auriemma said, especially in the third quarter when individuals tried to take the game into their own hands. Against Baylor - UConn's only other loss this season - the Huskies coach felt like no one wanted to take control, creating a stagnant offense. Now, his players were trying to do too much on their own. In the loss, Napheesa Collier (6'1''-F-96) led the Huskies with 20 points and eight rebounds, and Crystal Dangerfield (5'5''-G-98) had 19 points and eight rebounds. Katie Samuelson (6'3''-G/F-97) ended the night with 16 points. Megan Walker had seven points and 12 rebounds, and Christyn Williams finished with five points. 'I think during [that] stretch we just kind of reverted to everyone trying to go one-on-one or trying to win the game by themselves, and shots weren't falling," Collier said. "We just need to really learn that we're not that kind of team. We need to play together as a whole instead of one-on-one, and that's what we're trying to do.' Despite the loss, Auriemma still saw some positives. Most importantly, he said UConn played much better than they did in its last loss, but he knows his team still has a long way to go before they're tournament ready. 'I felt we were way better than we were in the Baylor game tonight, but that five minute stretch in the third quarter we looked just like we did against Baylor,' Auriemma said. "So we went from looking like that for 20 minutes to looking like that for five minutes so we made some progress since that game.' With this being their second loss of the season, the Huskies are now familiar with what it takes to bounce back in the coming days. Before the loss in Waco, Texas, they didn't know what a regular season loss felt like. Even though Auriemma, who doesn't stress much over regular season games, wasn't completely negative about how his team played, his players were less forgiving of themselves. After the game Katie Samuelson said she was disappointed in UConn's play because she felt like they were more responsible for the loss. 'Clearly we still have a season to play, and clearly we've been in this situation before," Katie Samuelson said. "I don't know, I'm pretty upset right now. I'm a sore loser so I'm feeling like we should've played like we did at the end of the game the whole time, and that's pretty disappointing to know. The Baylor game we felt like we were in a funk from the start and it was just off the whole game basically. This game we kind of put ourselves in the wrong position and we tried to fight our way out of it and come together, but it was too late.'
Courtesy of: courant.com   




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