UConn Huskies' NCAA-record winning streak: 110 and counting

UConn keeps rolling, tops UCLA 86-71 (0:53)

UConn gets 27 points from Napheesa Collier to help the Huskies move on to the Elite Eight with a win over UCLA. (0:53)

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NCAA tournament regional final: vs. 10-seed Oregon, 7:06 p.m. ET Monday (ESPN/WatchESPN), Bridgeport, Connecticut

WIN NO. 110

No. 1 UConn 86, No. 15 UCLA 71 (Bridgeport, Connecticut): The win marks UConn coach Geno Auriemma's 112th NCAA tournament victory, tying Pat Summitt for most all-time Division I tourney wins for men and women. Four Huskies finished in double figures, led by Napheesa Collier, who secured a double-double just a few minutes into the third quarter and finished with 27 points, 14 rebounds and five assists -- all without committing a turnover. Katie Lou Samuelson added 15 points and five rebounds and Gabby Williams flirted with a triple-double (17 points, nine rebounds, six assists).

Postgame interviews: Auriemma | Collier

Top plays: Williams finishes at the rim | Dangerfield hits the and-1 | Williams goes coast-to-coast

Game-by-game look at UConn's winning streak


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No. 1 UConn 66, No. 6 South Carolina 55: The Huskies extended their NCAA-record winning streak to triple digits behind Williams' career-high 26 points (she also had 14 rebounds). Collier had 18 points for UConn, which hasn't lost since November 2014. Leading scorer Katie Lou Samuelson didn't score in the first half, and junior leader Nurse missed most of the half after aggravating a right ankle injury. But UConn scored the final seven points of the first half to take a 35-29 halftime lead. Samuelson finished with six points on 2-of-12 shooting.



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