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Beth Maiman | NCAA.com | February 1, 2017

UConn sets NCAA record for consecutive road wins

  The Huskies set a new NCAA record on Wednesday night vs. Temple.

UConn women's basketball just keeps on winning and setting new records in the process. 

The Huskies earned win No. 21 of the season, extending their win streak total to 96 games. 

But UConn established another streak after defeating Temple on 97-69 Wednesday night when they faced the Owls in Philadelphia. The victory gave the Huskies their 35th consecutive road win, setting a new NCAA Division I women's basketball record. UConn won 34 road games in a row from 2000-2004. The Huskies also own the third-longest streak, 30 games, from 2008-2011.

The top-ranked Huskies last lost a road game on Nov. 17 2014, when they fell to then-No. 6 Stanford in overtime. 

UConn will play next on Sunday at home against Tulsa. 

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