— The Associated Press

HARTFORD, Conn. — Tina Charles turned Connecticut’s senior day celebration into a personal showcase, leading the Huskies to their 68th consecutive women’s basketball win and the Big East regular-season conference title.

Charles, a senior center, scored a season-high 33 points and grabbed 15 rebounds as UConn (29-0, 15-0) beat No. 13 Georgetown 84-62 on Saturday.

The Huskies can tie their own record for the longest winning streak in women’s Division I basketball with wins Monday at No. 7 Notre Dame and next Sunday in the Big East tournament.

”Coach always says we’re playing to make history,” Charles said. ”But in the back of our minds, we know what our goals are, and that’s to win every championship thrown our way.”

Charles was just a point shy of her career high.

Freshman Sugar Rodgers and Monica McNutt each scored 13 for the Hoyas (24-5, 12-3)

(7) NOTRE DAME 72, SETON HALL 47: Lindsay Schrader scored 12 points as visiting Notre Dame (25-3, 12-3 Big East) handed Seton Hall (9-19, 1-14) its sixth straight loss.

(11) OKLAHOMA 75, (14) TEXAS 60: Nyeshia Stevenson made six 3-pointers on her way to 28 points, leading Oklahoma (20-8, 10-4 Big 12) past Texas (19-9, 8-6) at Austin, Texas.

(12) TEXAS A&M 95, COLORADO 61: Adaora Elonu scored a career-high 21 points, Danielle Adams had 19 and Texas A&M (20-7, 8-6 Big 12) routed Colorado (13-14, 3-11) at Boulder, Colo.

(18) ST. JOHN’S 69, VILLANOVA 42: Da’Shena Stevens scored 22 points to lead St. John’s (23-5, 11-4 Big East) to a win over Villanova (13-15, 2-13) in New York.

(19) GONZAGA 86, SAN FRANCISCO 35: Heather Bowman scored 21 points after coming back from an ankle injury as visiting Gonzaga (25-4, 14-0 West Coast Conference) routed San Francisco (5-26, 1-13).

(24) HARTFORD 61, VERMONT 51: Diana Delva had 22 points and 10 rebounds as Hartford (25-3, 16-0 America East) beat Vermont (23-6, 13-3) at West Hartford, Conn.

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