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Ohio State women lose to #1 UConn; Huskies tie UCLA 88-game winning streak

The Ohio State women’s basketball team had been waiting for the chance to showcase their team in New York’s Madison Square Garden against the Connecticut Huskies.

The dream of an upset ended with an 81-50 embarrassment to the Huskies in the nightcap of the Maggie Dixon Classic.

Tiffany Hayes (UConn media guide photo)

There is a distinctive difference in #1 UConn and #11 Ohio State and that is all-around talent. The Buckeyes basically have 2 stars, Jantel Lavender and Samantha Prahalis and the rest are role players. UConn has several stars in Maya Moore, Tiffany Hayes and Stefanie Dolson to name a few. But their bench has players who can start at any program in the country.

The Huskies dominated all aspects of the game in stretching their winning streak to 88 in a row which ties the UCLA men’s consecutive win streak.

The Huskies move to 10-0 and the Buckeyes fall to 8-2.

The Huskies lead 40-26 at the half and never looked back.

Hayes scored 26 points and Moore had 22 points with seven rebounds, five assists and four steals.

Jantel Lavender was held to 14 points and Sammy Prahalis did not shoot the ball well going 2 for 17 from the floor.

compiled from staff & Ohio State athletics

UConn women’s win streak reaches 87 in a row; plays OSU next

Geno Auriemma's team approaching record-tying game of 88 in a row (file photo)

The Connecticut women’s basketball team needs one more win to match one of basketball’s greatest accomplishments.

Maya Moore scored a season-high 31 points, and UConn pulled within a game of UCLA’s record 88-game winning streak with a 79-47 shellacking of Marquette in a Big East contest in Storrs, Connecticut. The UCLA men’s team coached by the late John Wooden, set the Division I record in January of 1974.

The Huskies will go for the record-tying win facing number-6 Ohio State on December 19 at New York’s Madison Square Garden.

Tiffany Hayes and Bria Hartley each scored 16 points for the Huskies who are 9-0 overall, 2-0 in the Big East.

Angela Robinson led Marquette with 15 points. The Eagles are 7-2 overall, 0-1 in the Big East.