One to go for the UConn women's basketball team in the American Athletic Conference Tournament.
The Huskies advanced to their fourth consecutive AAC championship game with a 78-56 win over fourth-seeded UCF in Sunday's semifinals. They also extended their NCAA-record winning streak to 106 games.
They play third-seeded South Florida Monday at 7 p.m. ET. UConn beat USF 96-68 last Monday to cap the ninth undefeated regular season in program history. USF advanced to the title game with a 63-58 victory against No. 2 seed Temple.
Gabby Williams (No. 15 above) and Napheesa Collier paced four Huskies in double-figure scoring against UCF with 16 points apiece. Collier also pulled down a game-high 12 rebounds for her 13th double-double of the season.
Crystal Dangerfield added 14 points off the bench. Katie Lou Samuelson (No. 33 above) chipped in 12 points, including her 100th career 3-pointer, the fourth-highest total in UConn history.
While the Huskies continue pile up victories, including 31 in a row this season, their primary focus is another streak. They are going for their fifth consecutive national championship.
They are on a roll, too, which might sound obvious about a team that hasn't lost since Nov. 17, 2014 (88-86 to Stanford in overtime).
But the Huskies have won their last five games by an average of 37.2 points since a scare on Feb. 18 in a 63-60 victory against Tulane .