Jessica Hill, Associated Press
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Bria Hartley scored 13 of her 16 points in the first half and top-seeded Connecticut held Kansas State to an NCAA tournament record low for points in a game in a 72-26 second-round rout Monday night.
Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis added 15 points and Kiah Stokes had a career-high 13 for top-seeded UConn, which will play the winner of Penn State and LSU in Kingston, R.I. on Saturday in the regional semifinals. It's the 19th straight season that UConn has made it to the round of 16.
Eighth-seeded Kansas State (20-14) was trying to make it that far for the first time since 2002. The Wildcats were no match for the Huskies, unable to surpass the 27 points that Southern scored against Duke in 2006.
Brittany Chambers scored 11 points to lead the Wildcats, who went 11 minutes in the first half without a point.
- Doug Robinson: A victory lap for Hot Rod Hundley
- BYU defensive back transferring to Utah State
- BYU sells close to 2,000 tickets for Miami...
- Preparation, hard work help BYU's Koroma earn...
- Ready or not, Vegas: Here come the Utes
- Blocking the net helped propel BYU to Final...
- BYU football: Cougars in talks with Wagner...
- Jazz empathetic for fired Kings coach, happy...
- 4-star offensive line commit Kieffer... 67
- Utes rally but fall short against Kansas 61
- BYU has something to prove, looking to... 60
- BYU whips Weber State, gets a scare... 48
- BYU defensive back transferring to Utah... 36
- BYU sells close to 2,000 tickets for... 31
- Dick Harmon: BYU guard Tyler Haws the... 29
- BYU women's volleyball advances to the... 25