Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis led six UConn players in double figures, and the top-seeded Huskies routed Idaho, 105-37, Saturday in the first round of the women's NCAA Tournament. The win follows two losses to Notre Dame this month that left the Huskies

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SALT LAKE CITY — For Arizona, it's on to Los Angeles. And for Harvard — well, it's time to head back to class. Clearly unfazed by their Ivy League opponent's plucky brand of Smartball, the Wildcats showed how a real basketball school does it Saturday.

After a slow start, business picked up on Saturday, and a No. 1 seed went down.