No. 6 women’s basketball looks ahead after 1,000th win

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Guard Celina Rodrigo and the Longhorns have raced out to a 20-1 start this year, including the 1,000th victory in the history of the Texas women's basketball program (photo courtesy of texassports.com).
Guard Celina Rodrigo and the Longhorns have raced out to a 20-1 start this year, including the 1,000th victory in the history of the Texas women's basketball program (photo courtesy of texassports.com).

By Blanche Schaefer

The No. 6 Longhorns walked off the court Jan. 27 at the Frank Erwin Center in a shower of confetti after earning the program’s 1,000th win with a victory over Kansas, becoming only the fifth team in the history of NCAA women’s basketball to achieve that milestone. Even so, it was just another check mark on a list of goals for UT this season.

“We’re like that with our goal setting,” Texas head coach Karen Aston said. “When we seemed to accomplish something that’s part of what we are trying to do, we’ll check it off and look toward the next one.”

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