|International| Women In The News: Breanna Stewart

Life after UConn will be very busy for the amazing Breanna Stewart.

Stewart finished off a historic collegiate career Tuesday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, and that’s by no means an overstatement. UConn, University of Connecticut won its 11th championship–and fourth in a row–with an 82-51 victory over Syracuse.

For Stewart, pwersonally, this has been an incredible accomplishment. She was part of 151 victories and only five losses at UConn. She was Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four an unprecendented four times. She won the Wade Trophy not once, but twice. Stewart, along with fellow senior Moriah Jefferson and Junior Morgan Tuck, became the first college basketball players, men or women, to win four titles.

With 24 points, 10 rebounds, 6 assists and 3 blocked shots Tuesday, she finished with these totals in those categories: 2,676, 1,179, 426 and 414.

Source: ESPN.com

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