Coach Geno Auriemma (ohr-ee-EH'-muh) has led the Connecticut women's basketball team to its 89th consecutive win tonight, topping the previous NCAA hoops record of 88 set by John Wooden's UCLA men's teams of the 1970s.

By: AP
By: AP
 Coach Geno Auriemma (ohr-ee-EH

The UConn women have been celebrating for 88 consecutive games, and can have their biggest tonight with a record-breaking 89th win in a row against FSU.

The Wizard of Westwood has been surpassed by the Sorcerer of Storrs.
Coach Geno Auriemma (ohr-ee-EH'-muh) has led the Connecticut women's basketball team to its 89th consecutive win tonight, topping the previous NCAA hoops record of 88 set by John Wooden's UCLA men's teams of the 1970s. Auriemma watched the Huskies jump out to a 54-27 halftime lead and cruise to a 93-62 rout of Florida State in Hartford.
Maya (MY'-uh) Moore poured in a career-high 41 points and added 10 rebounds and five assists for the Huskies, who shot 64 percent and had 21 assists. Bria Hartley added 21 points to the rout.
Connecticut hasn't lost since the 2008 NCAA tournament semifinals and has outscored its opponents by an average of 33 points during the streak. Of the Huskies' 89 consecutive wins, 87 have been by double digits.


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