Breanna Stewart scored 21 points and Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis added 17 to help top-seed UConn rout Kentucky 83-53 on Monday night in Bridgeport, Conn., and advance to a record sixth-straight national semifinal.UConn (33-4) broke a tie with Stanford (2008-12), LSU (2004-08) and itself (2000-04) by reaching the Final Four again.It was the second straight season that UConn beat Kentucky in the regional finals. The Huskies topped the Wildcats by 15 last year.“We’re either right on point, we do everything right or we get a little bit off kilter and lose our composure a little bit,” UConn coach Geno Auriemma said. “Once we got into our rhythm and our tempo, we just played good basketball.”“I don’t know more things in sports that are more impressive,” said Kentucky coach Matthew Mitchell of UConn’s streak. “They have talented players.”California beat Georgia 65-62 in overtime late Monday night.
Today’s regional finals
Duke (33-2) vs.
Notre Dame (34-1)
6 p.m., ESPN
Notable: Notre Dame has won 29 straight games and features All-American senior point guard Skylar Diggins. ... Duke is missing its All-American too, Chelsea Gray, who suffered a dislocated right kneecap 10 games ago.
Louisville (27-8) vs.
8 p.m., ESPN
Notable: Tennessee hasn’t been to the Final Four since winning the national championship in 2008. ... Louisville made 16 of 25 3-pointers against Baylor.