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4-6, 1st in American
Top-ranked Connecticut beats Houston by 60 (0:44)

Stevens' 19 leads No. 1 UConn to 95-35 rout

Azura Stevens had 19 points and 10 rebounds off the bench to lead four players in double-figures scoring, and top-ranked UConn used a strong defensive effort to rout Houston 95-35 on Saturday.

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Houston's Harris is espnW's player of the week

The list of contenders for player of the week was standing room only, but sophomore Jasmyne Harris -- who scored 27 points after the break to help Houston pull off one of the biggest second-half comebacks in NCAA Division I history -- stood out the most.


Williams, No. 20 Texas A&M women beat Houston 83-65

Danni Williams scored 21 points while Khaalia Hillsman and Anriel Howard each had double-doubles to help the No. 20 Texas A&M women beat Houston 83-65 on Friday in the first round of the Preseason WNIT.

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Williams leads UConn to 95th straight win

Gabby Williams scored 19 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead top-ranked UConn to its 95th straight win, a 91-42 rout of Houston on Sunday.

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UConn wins 50th straight in Jefferson's return

Breanna Stewart, Moriah Jefferson, Kia Nurse and Gabby Williams each had 13 points, and No. 1 UConn easily overcame a slow start for its 50th straight victory, 76-37 over Houston on Friday night.

No. 1 Connecticut 85, Houston 26

Breanna Stewart scored 26 points for the Huskies to tie her season high -- and match the point total for Houston.

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Back at No. 1, UConn powers past Houston

Breanna Stewart tied her season high with 26 points and UConn won its first game since returning to the No. 1 spot in the AP poll, routing Houston 85-26 on Tuesday night.

1438dSharon Katz

Top 10 bowl comebacks in last 10 seasons

With two improbable comebacks this bowl season by Michigan State Spartans and Houston Cougars, we take a look at the most unlikely bowl comebacks in the last 10 seasons based on a team’s minimum win probability (lowest chance to win) throughout the game.

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No. 3 Louisville women cruise to win over Houston

Shoni Schimmel scored 15 points and Antonita Slaughter added 14 to lead third-ranked Louisville to an easy 88-43 win over Houston on Saturday night in the quarterfinals of the American Athletic Conference.