Francesca Crivello is the Operations Coordinator for the Center for Career Development. Francesca manages and assists in the performance of programs and events; evaluates supplemental resources; supervises student employees; assists in the preparation of budgets and monitors expenses; and directs departmental workflow. Prior to her role at the Center for Career Development, Francesca worked for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, compiling application materials and processing them through the online system. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, Linguistics, and Psychology and a Minor in Business Administration from UConn.
Baylor and UConn are neck and neck when it comes to the margins by which they outscore opponents this season ( points for UConn, for Baylor). After adjusting for UConn's stronger schedule, Massey and Moore each see the Huskies as the better team, but by just a handful of points. UConn did beat Baylor by 11 at Storrs in November but probably won't be able to count on the Bears committing another 17 turnovers if they meet again. Further, offensive rebounding is extremely important for an underdog; it creates second chances and stops an opponent from going on runs. And Baylor grabs percent of its own missed shots (through March 7), the highest rate in the country, according to NatStat.