For UConn’s Gabby Williams, the best part of her milestone was that it involved helping a teammate reach one, too.

Williams had a triple-double and the top-ranked Huskies extended their NCAA-record winning streak to 94 games by beating East Carolina 91-44 on Tuesday night.

Williams finished with 16 points and tied career highs with 16 rebounds and 10 assists in the fifth triple-double in program history. One of those assists set up a milestone for Kia Nurse.

“It wasn’t just like I got a triple-double — everybody got a triple-double,” Williams said. “Kia got her 1,000th (career) point so that was a win for everybody tonight. And I think that’s how we look at things. None of these accolades are individual.”

It helped the Huskies (19-0, 7-0 American Athletic Conference) match their record of 34 consecutive road victories, a mark the four-time defending national champions first set from 2000-04. They can break it Feb. 1 at Temple.

Katie Lou Samuelson finished with 20 points and Napheesa Collier added 16 for UConn, which never trailed and outscored East Carolina 45-20 in the second half.

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