Katie-Lou Samuelson scored a season-high 33 points, Kia Nurse had 24 and No. 1 UConn posted its biggest victory of the season, routing Duquesne 104-52 on Friday.
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Kelley Austria scored 20 points and Saicha Grant-Allen added a double-double in leading Dayton over Duquesne 70-56 on Sunday in the Atlantic 10 Tournament championship game to claim an NCAA berth
Brionna Jones finished with 20 points and 10 rebounds and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough added 17 points as No. 4 Maryland smothered Duquesne early then pulled away late in a 77-57 victory on Wednesday
Kelsey Mitchell had 18 points to lead four Ohio State players in double figures and the No. 7 Buckeyes beat Duquesne 89-69 on Friday in the opener for both teams.
Breanna Stewart: 3 blocks, 1 possession
The UConn star had one of the most impressive defensive sequences you will ever see.
Breanna Stewart, Morgan Tuck and Moriah Jefferson each scored 20 points in their final game together at Gampel Pavilion to lead UConn to a 97-51 victory over Duquesne.
UConn with healthy lead over Duquesne
The Huskies lead by 36 points, and are one quarter from clinching another Sweet 16 berth. Breanna Stewart put herself at 18 points with this and-1 off a putback.
UConn opens up 21-point halftime lead
Breanna Stewart helped double up 8-seed Duquesne at the half with this layup right before the buzzer. (Game is on ESPN2)
Duquesne hanging with UConn after one
The Dukes can thank 4-for-7 shooting from the perimeter -- including this Kadri-Ann Lass 3-pointer -- for staying within 6 points of the Huskies after the first quarter. (Live on ESPN2)
Watch: UConn-Duquesne in women's tourney
The undefeated Huskies, the top seed in the Bridgeport region, look to improve their winning streak to 71 games as they face a Dukes team that won their NCAA tournament debut. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN
In their final game at Gampel Pavilion, Breanna Stewart and Moriah Jefferson were the difference as UConn -- which also got a huge hand from Morgan Tuck -- won its 71st consecutive game.
Dava'Nyar Workman scored a career-high 25 points and ninth-seeded Duquesne used a 15-0 run in the third quarter to pull away for a 97-76 victory over Seton Hall.
George Washington held Duquesne scoreless for more than seven minutes in the final quarter to rally for a 63-60 victory and the Colonials' second straight Atlantic 10 tournament championship.
Duquesne jumped four spots to No. 3, while Wright State, George Washington and Santa Clara joined Graham Hays' mid-major top-10 rankings.
Deva'Nyar Workman poured in 24 points to match her career high and Duquesne used a big second half to push its win streak to 10 games as the Dukes knocked off No. 25 St. John's, 76-57 on Saturday
Holmes with 27, leads No. 23 W. Virginia over Duquesne 79-60
No. 23 Syracuse women beat Duquesne 90-84