Maya Moore can pass the ball, too.
The Connecticut guard, who is 11 points shy of the all-time Big East scoring lead, had a career-high nine assists Saturday to lead the second-ranked Huskies to a 68-38 victory over host Providence.
Freshman Stefanie Dolson matched her career high with 21 points as the Huskies (24-1, 12-0 Big East) won their 12th consecutive game since a Dec. 30 loss to Stanford ended their NCAA-record 90-game winning streak. With 2,769 career points, Moore is 11 short of surpassing the Big East record held by Louisville's Angel McCoughtry.
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Transylvania 63, Anderson 49: Olivia Akridge and Holly Milburn celebrated Senior Day by scoring 17 and 13 points for host Transylvania in a Heartland Conference victory. Transy improved to 17-6 and 12-4 in the league. Akridge pushed her career scoring total to 1,170 points, 10th on the all-time list. Milburn is 13th with 1,125. Courtney Prater had 13 points and 12 rebounds for Anderson (6-17, 4-12).
Georgetown 85, Shawnee State 76: Host Georgetown raced to a 49-28 halftime lead en route to a Mid-South Conference upset. Devon Golden, Kourtney Tyra and Lindsay Fultz each scored 16 points for Georgetown (9-16, 5-9). Jill Cropper had 20 for Shawnee State (19-7, 10-4).
Campbellsville 100, Virginia-Wise 67: Melly Heaton scored her 1,000th point, and visiting Campbellsville clinched at least a share of the Mid-South title. Whitney Ballinger and Courtney Danis, who are already in the 1,000-point club, scored 27 and 17 points for Campbellsville (21-3, 14-1). The victory was the 99th at Campbellsville for Coach Ginger Colvin, who will go for No. 100 on Tuesday at home against Oakland City.
St. Catharine 70, Pikeville 69: Freshman Machera Calhoun hit a three-pointer from the top of the key with 1.9 seconds left to give visiting St. Catharine the Mid-South victory. Senior Sanielle Brown led St. Catharine (11-16, 6-9) with 24 points and 16 rebounds. Junior Megan Mosley had 27 points for Pikeville (17-9, 7-8).
Northern Kentucky 66, Bellarmine 43: Host Northern Kentucky held Bellarmine to 1-for-19 shooting in the second half for a Great Lakes Valley Conference win. Casse Mogan led NKU (15-9, 9-7) with 23 points and eight assists and joined the 1,000-point club. Lauren Jones had 14 points for Bellarmine (11-12, 6-9).
Thomas More 87, Bethany 62: Senior center Nicole Dickman led all scorers with 22 points, and visiting Thomas More, No. 1 in NCAA Division III, stayed undefeated with the Presidents' Athletic Conference win. Sophomore guard Chelsea Tolliver added 18 points for Thomas More (23-0, 14-0). Renee Shepherd scored 11 for Bethany (11-12, 6-8).