STORRS, March 23 — The greatness of a player can often be measured by how they perform in the biggest games of the season. Connecticut senior Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis must be added to that list. She has been both reliable and prolific over the course of her career in the tournament. Nothing changed Monday night in the second round against No. 8 Rutgers. Mosqueda-Lewis finished with 23 points, five 3-point goals and four assists in 32 minutes to lead No. 1 UConn to a 91-55 victory. The 23 points is a career-high for KML in 19 NCAA tournament games. Read more from Rich Elliott at Litchfield County Sports.