The numbers within UConn's 140-52 record-setting win

UConn sets school scoring record (0:24)

UConn breaks its school record by eclipsing 126 points in its first-round matchup. (0:24)

A whole lot of intriguing numbers went into UConn's record-breaking 140-52 win over Saint Francis (Pennsylvania) on Saturday in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Here are a few of them.

3.5: Points per minute scored by the Huskies

3: Huskies (Katie Lou Samuelson, Kia Nurse and Azura Stevens) who had double-doubles

6: Huskies who scored in double figures (all six hit double figures in the first half)

5-5: Score 48 seconds into the game, after Saint Francis' Courtney Zezza hit a 3-pointer

14-50 Points scored by Saint Francis and UConn the rest of the way in the first quarter

55: First-quarter points scored by UConn, the most of any period

36: Lead by UConn at the end of the first quarter

63: Lead by UConn at halftime

94: First-half points for UConn, the most in any Division I women's game, tournament or otherwise

17.5: 3-point shooting percentage for Saint Francis

42.1: 3-point shooting percentage for UConn

26: Points for UConn leading scorer Azura Stevens

64.8: Field goal percentage for UConn

38-9: Assists for UConn and Saint Francis, respectively

69-30: Rebounds by UConn and Saint Francis, respectively

88: Margin of victory for UConn, the second-largest difference in NCAA tournament history

140: Total points for UConn, the most in tournament history