ALBANY, N.Y. -- UConn's Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis broke the NCAA Division I record for career 3-pointers during the Huskies' 91-70 regional final win against Dayton on Monday.
The senior guard went into the game with 388 but made five of her first seven attempts from behind the arc to set the mark with 393.
She added two more and now has 395 for her career. She made seven 3-pointers on 10 attempts and had a team-high 27 points against the Flyers.
"It eases my mind a lot," Mosqueda-Lewis said of getting the record. "Now I only have one thing to worry about -- a national championship."
Her shot from the left wing with 16:15 left was her fourth and gave the Huskies a 52-44 lead. She broke the record with a shot from left of the key that gave the Huskies a 62-49 lead with 12:32 left in the game.
The former record of 392 had been held jointly by Laurie Koehn of Kansas State, who set the mark in 2005, and Heather Butler of Tennessee-Martin, who tied it last season.
Mosqueda-Lewis also leads the nation in 3-point shooting, hitting better than 49 percent of her shots from behind the arc.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.