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UConn women's gameday

Updated 11:11 pm, Monday, February 25, 2013
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Game Day

Pittsburgh at No. 3 UConn women

WHEN: Tonight, 7

WHERE: XL Center, Hartford (16,294)

RECORDS: Pittsburgh 9-17 (0-13 Big East), UConn 25-2 (12-1)

ON THE AIR: SNY (Andrew Catalon and Meghan Culmo); WTIC-AM 1080 (Bob Joyce and Debbie Fiske)

UP NEXT: Saturday at South Florida, noon (SNY)

PITTSBURGH

Asia Logan, G, 6-0 Jr.: 21p, career-high 16r vs. Georgetown

Brianna Kiesel, G, 5-7 Soph.: 21.0p, 5.0r, 5.0a, 2.0s last two.

Ashlee Anderson, G, 5-9 Jr.: 6.8p, 5.2r, 2.4a last five games

Loliya Briggs, G, 5-11 Fr.: 8.0p, 4.3r, 2.6a last seven games

Marquel Davis, G, 5-9 Jr.: 11.7p, 5.0r last three games

Cora McManus, F, 6-0 Soph.: Scoreless in 19 minutes last two games (0-of-2 FG)

Chyna Golden, C, 6-2 Soph.: Played season-low four minutes vs. Georgetown

Krista Pettipier, F, 6-3 Fr.: 1.0p (1-of-5 FG), 6.8r last four games

UCONN

Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, F, 6-0 Soph.: 18.3p (27-of-42 FG), 7.8r last four games

Stefanie Dolson, C, 6-5 Jr.: 11.5p (8-of-24 FG) 8.5r, 3.5a last two games

Breanna Stewart, G, 6-4 Fr.: 16p, 5r vs. Seton Hall; 6p, 3r previous two games

Kelly Faris, G, 5-11 Sr.: 14.5p, 4.3r, 3.8a, 2.5s last four games

Bria Hartley, G, 5-7 Jr.: 9.5p (7-of-19 FG), 3.0 turnovers last two.

Morgan Tuck, F, 6-2 Fr.: 9.0p, 5.0r last three games

Caroline Doty, G, 5-10 Sr.: 5p, 5r vs. Seton Hall; 3p, 2r previous two games

Moriah Jefferson, G, 5-7 Fr.: 7a, 2 turnovers in 64 minutes last three games

Kiah Stokes, C, 6-3 Soph.: Has played 14 minutes in last three games (2.0p, 0.3r)

STORY LINES

HONOREES: USA Basketball will present UConn coach Geno Auriemma, associate head coach Chris Dailey, assistant coaches Marisa Moseley and Shea Ralph and film coordinator Keith Anderson with commemorative rings for their involvement with the U.S. Olympic team's gold medal run in London last summer. Hartley (3x3), Jefferson (U-18), Stewart (U-18) and Tuck (U-18) will be also honored for winning gold last summer.

GRAND TIME: Mosqueda-Lewis and Faris will be given commemorative game balls for becoming the 37th and 38th players, respectively, in team history to reach 1,000 points.

-- RICH ELLIOTT