No. 2 UConn women at No. 1 Stanford
WHEN: Today, 4 p.m.
WHERE: Maples Pavilion, Palo Alto, Calif. (7,329)
RECORDS: UConn 10-0, Stanford 11-0
UP NEXT: Monday at Oregon, 3 p.m. (Pac-12 Network)
- Bria Hartley, G, 5-7 Jr.: 18.0p, 4.5r, 5.0a, 5.0s last two games
- Kelly Faris, G, 5-11 Sr.: 18p at Hartford Dec. 22; 16p previous three games
- Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, F, 6-0 Soph.: 20.0p, 5.7r, 2.7a, 2.3s last three games
- Stefanie Dolson, C, 6-5 Jr.: 8.3p, 5.3r, 2.0b last three games
- Caroline Doty, G, 5-10 Sr.: 6.0p (4-of-10 3-pointers), 2.5a last two games
- Breanna Stewart, G, 6-4 Fr.: 24.0p, 10.0r, 2.0b, 2.0s last two games
- Morgan Tuck, F, 6-2 Fr.: Questionable after missing last two games (right knee bone bruise)
- Moriah Jefferson, G, 5-7 Fr.: 3.2p (8-of-27 FG), 1.3a last six games
- Brianna Banks, G, 5-9 Soph.: 10.3p, 2.0s in 22.0 min. last three games
- Kiah Stokes, C, 6-3 Soph.: Will miss third straight game (stress reaction right shin)
- Chiney Ogwumike, F, 6-3 Jr.: Has eight straight double-doubles (22.1p. 13.9r)
- Joslyn Tinkle, F, 6-3 Sr.: 9.0p, 5.5r last four games
- Amber Orrange, G, 5-7 Soph.: 12.5p, 3.5r, 4.5a, 2.5s last two games
- Toni Kokenis, G, 5-11 Jr.: 10.6p, 2.2a last five games
- Taylor Greenfield, F, 6-3 Soph.: Scoreless (0-of-2 FG) in 19 minutes last two games
- Mikaela Ruef, F, 6-3 Jr.: 3.0p, 9.3r last four games
- Bonnie Samuelson, F, 6-3 Soph.: Season-high 11p vs. Tenn. Dec. 22; 13p previous four games
GETTING DEFENSIVE?: The match-up will feature two of the top defensive teams in the nation. The Huskies are limiting teams to 45.0 points and 29.9 percent shooting from the field. The Cardinal are allowing 51.7 points and opponents are shooting 31.4 percent.
NO. 1 VS. No. 2: The Huskies are 13-3 all-time in games between the Nos. 1 and 2 teams in the country. This will be the fourth time that Stanford and UConn will meet as the nation’s top two teams, with the Huskies winning the previous three games.
BEATING NO. 1: The Huskies are 4-5 all-time against the nation’s top-ranked team, including 2-4 on the road. They have not defeated a No. 1 team on its home floor since an 81-67 win at Tennessee Feb. 5, 2004.