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Providence, R.I. — Kaleena Mosqueda Lewis scored 17 points and Kelly Faris aded 16 to lead No. 3 UConn to a 105-49 win Tuesday night over Providence, the Huskies fourth 100-point game this season.
Faris, who was making her 100th consecutive start, hit six of her eight shots, and added six rebounds and five assists.
Mosqueda-Lewis, the nation’s leading 3-point shooter, had three more for the Huskies (23-1, 10-1 Big East), who had six players in double figures.
Brianna Edwards had 17 points to lead Providence (7-17, 2-9), and Tori Rule added 11.
UConn hit 24 of its 30 attempts from the foul line, while Providence attempted just four free throws, hitting two.
It was UConn’s 28th straight win over Providence, which has not beaten the Huskies since the semifinals of the 1993 Big East tournament.