“The ball must have been lopsided on something.” Those were that echoed by Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis after her 0-7 shooting performance from 3 against Holy Cross mirroring a similar story once told by Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma about former UConn great Maya Moore.
It was never her it was always the ball.
While Mosqueda-Lewis’ shooting was a tad disappointing for the former high school Naismith Player of the Year it was a complete anomaly. An irregularity she hopes to remedy tonight when the Connecticut Huskies take on University of the Pacific (7:30 PM, CPTV).
“Kaleena [Mosqueda] Lewis missed more shots [against Holy Cross] than she’s missed the whole time she’s been here,” Auriemma said. “And she’s not going to have a problem getting shots. This kid’s a shot magnet. Wherever shots are, that’s where she ends up. So I’m not worried about her.”
While Kaleena struggled to shoot the ball, that’s where her struggles ended.Powered by Sidelines