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TheRoundUp 11/15: UConn pulls past by Wagner 78-66

When the Huskies found themselves slipping against Wagner it was Shabazz Napier who came up big, scoring seven straight points.
When the Huskies found themselves slipping against Wagner it was Shabazz Napier who came up big, scoring seven straight points.

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Andre Drummond, who didn't score against Columbia, responded with eight points, five rebounds and three blocks in his 18 minutes. Alex Oriakhi played a stronger second half, and finished with eight points and nine rebounds.

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The Huskies rebounded from a tough night on the boards in the season-opening win over Columbia Friday, holding a dominating 42-24 edge. They secured 18 offensive rebounds - eight more than the previous game.

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"We need to get Alex back," Calhoun said. "He was somewhat back tonight." Oriakhi isn't getting the rock a whole lot. It seemed early in the second half, the Huskies made a better effort of getting him the ball (and Oriakhi made a better effort of wanting the ball)and he scored six of his points in the first 4 1/2 minutes. Not much after that, however.

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Much like former UConn greats Diana Taurasi and Maya Moore, Mosqueda-Lewis just has the knack of being in the right spot to create offense for herself. That was evident in the Huskies’ season-opening win over Holy Cross when Mosqueda-Lewis’ 12 shots were second only to senior Tiffany Hayes’ 14 and three more than the combined total of the other five UConn reserves. "This kid is a shot magnet," Auriemma said. "Wherever the shots are, that is where she ends up."