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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."