Five women's basketball teams have run the table from November to April without a blemish on the record. UConn is the only team to do it more than once, acheiving perfection in 1995, 2002 and 2009.
UConn's Three Unbeaten Seasons1994-95
Record: 35-0, 18-0 Big East
Notable: UConn's first national championship team in basketball and its first unbeaten team.
Along the way: UConn defeated Tennessee 77-66 at Gampel Pavilion on Jan. 16, 1995 - the game generally credited with putting women's basketball on the map. It was televised by ESPN. Special feat: The Huskies won their games by an average of 33.2 points, winning only two by less than 10.
Record: 39-0, 16-0 Big East
Notable: The Huskies became the first program in NCAA history - men or women - to go undefeated and win national championships in multiple seasons.
Along the way: The Huskies crushed Tennessee 79-56 in the national semifinal game in San Antonio, their largest win ever over the Lady Vols. Four Huskies scored in double figures, led by Sue Bird and Asjha Jones (18 each). Special feat: Bird became the first UConn player to be selected No. 1 overall in the WNBA draft. Jones, Tamika Williams and Swin Cash were also first-round picks.
Record: 39-0 18-0 Big East
Notable: Huskies became the first NCAA champion to win every game by 10 or more points.
Along the way: The Huskies went to North Carolina on Jan. 19 to play the No. 2 Tar Heels and pounded them 88-58 two days after losing Caroline Doty to a season-ending knee injury. They beat championship game opponent Louisville in the regular season and Big East final by a combined 67 points. Special feat: The Huskies reached their 10th Final Four, won their sixth national title, finished their third unbeaten season and rolled through the Big East for the seventh time, winning every regular season game for the fifth time.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun