‘We’re taking it out on them’: UConn women look to rebound against Houston after Baylor ends Huskies’ 98-game home win streak

Walker and Dangerfield go 11-for-36: It was problematic that only three of UConn’s points were scored by someone other than Crystal Dangerfield, Megan Walker and Williams. While that trio ended with 16, 18, and 21 points, respectively, they still left points on the floor. Walker went 5-for-20 on field goals, well below her season average (47 percent). Dangerfield’s 10 points in the third were clutch in keeping UConn in the game, but she started off slow (1-for-6 for three points before halftime) and ended similarly (1-for-5 in the fourth).

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