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TheRoundUp 11/15: Everyone's on a roll

Napier not afraid to take tough shots- The Register Citizen
The kid’s got some chutzpah, and he’s not afraid to shoot, from just about anywhere on the court. "That’s what they want me to do," Napier insisted. "They offered me a scholarship to shoot the ball, so I’m going to shoot the ball. They’re tough shots, but that’s what I’m here for. I make tough shots."

The Day - Oriakhi taking charge of boards | News from southeastern Connecticut
"Coach (Andre) LaFleur told me to get every rebound," Oriakhi said. "He said Jeff was the most selfish rebounder. I'm just trying to listen and learn. "Every rebound that goes up, I want it. I don't care if my teammates are in the way. I'm going to take it."

The Associated Press: No. 1 UConn tops Holy Cross for 79th straight win
The Huskies shot 66 percent for the game, and 70 percent in the first half. A driving layup and a free throw by Moore early in the second half made the score 70-32 and moved her past Bascom and Nykesha Sales on the school scoring list. She is 157 points behind Charles, who set the school mark last season.

ELSBERRY: Huskies roll, but can they handle Griner? - GreenwichTime
Four points. Zero rebounds. Zero blocks. One shot attempt. Eight total minutes. Ladies and gentlemen, the combined stat totals of UConn's two centers, Heather Buck and Stefanie Dolson. And somewhere in Waco, Texas, you can bet that Baylor's 6-foot-8 center, Brittany Griner, has already heard about those numbers and is rubbing her hands in anticipation.

New England Hockey Journal: Atlantic Hockey Journal: UConn ahead of schedule
The University of Connecticut, off to its best start to a season in more than a decade, goes looking for its third win on Friday night at RIT. That may not sound like much until you consider this: The Huskies didn’t collect win No. 3 until Jan. 16 last season.

Regional Digest: UConn Eliminated By Maryland In NCAA Field Hockey Tournament - CTnow
Jemma Buckley and Jill Witmer scored in the second half to lead top-ranked Maryland to a 3-1 victory over UConn in an NCAA Division I field hockey quarterfinal in College Park, Md.