Seton Hall (4-10, 9-18) got only nine points from its starters, none from leading scorer Brittany Morris, who was 0 of 7 from the field in 33 minutes. The Pirates did not score their first points of the second half until 13:30 remained. And by that time, the UConn lead was 56-17.
Terry Green led the Lady Pirates with 12 points.
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- Box Score: UConn Women 90, Seton Hall 30
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Harry A. Gampel Pavilion, University of Connecticut-Storrs, Mansfield, CT 06269, USA
Following Monday's loss to No. 1 Baylor, the win extends to 720 the number of games UConn (25-2, 12-1) has played since 1993 without consecutive losses.
It also clinched a bye in the quarterfinals for the Huskies in the upcoming Big East tournament. The Huskies have three regular-season games remaining, beginning Tuesday against Pittsburgh at the XL Center.
The season ends with games at South Florida on Saturday and Notre Dame March 4. If both the Huskies and Irish win their remaining Big East games, UConn will need to win to share the conference title. A coin flip will then determine the first seed in the tournament.
UConn didn't have any trouble Saturday. It took a 7-0 lead in the opening minutes and was ahead 18-6 after a three-pointer by Seton Hall's Tabatha Richardson-Smith with 12:52 to play in the first half.
The Huskies spent the last 13 minutes on a 26-9 run that pried the game wide open.
Mosqueda-Lewis, who led the Huskies with 26 points in the loss to Baylor, was 5 of 6 in the first half, 4 of 4 from three and scored 16 points in 16 minutes.
Stewart was 5 of 8 from the field in 11 first-half minutes and scored 10 points with five rebounds.
UConn enjoyed a 49-24 advantage on the boards and forced Seton Hall into 25 turnovers. UConn also blocked seven shots, and each of its 10 players scored.