Connecticut improves to 33-4, while Kentucky concludes its season at 30-6.
The 2012-13 season was the most successful in program history with school records of 30 wins and eight victories over top-25 opponents. The Wildcats tied a school-record with 13 Southeastern Conference wins and advanced to their school-record fourth Elite Eight in the last four years, including second straight.
UK has charted 25 or more wins in a school-record four straight seasons.
Kentucky completed its 39th year of varsity play and now has an overall record of 686-477 (.590).
After a layup from Stallworth to give the Wildcats a 23-22 lead with 10:08 left in the first half, UConn went on a 26-3 run to end the half, taking a 48-26 advantage into the locker room.
UK forced 18 turnovers giving the Cats 853 on the year, which is the second-most school history.
The Cats have now forced double-digit miscues in 153 consecutive games. The Cats are 115-38 during that span.
With four made 3-pointers, the Cats added to their school record with 240.
Kentucky recorded five blocks, upping its single-season record total to 181.
The Wildcats extended their streak of consecutive games with a triple to 328.
UK had nine steals, totaling 429 on the season, breaking the school record of 422 set last season.
Redshirt sophomore point guard Jennifer O'Neill scored in double figures for the 19th time this season, including fifth straight game.
Named to the Bridgeport Regional All-Tournament Team after averaging a team-high 16.0 points over the two games.
Finished the season ranked fourth on the single season 3-point field goals made list with 67.
Senior guard A'dia Mathies scored a team-high 14 points, reaching double figures for the 33rd time this season.
Mathies ends her career as UK's all-time leader in steals (320), games played (140) and started (139), while ranking second in scoring (2,014), 3-point field goals made (177) and field goals attempted (1,687), third in field goals made (712), free throws made (413) and attempted (590) and ninth in assists (349)
Senior forward Brittany Henderson finishes her career second all-time in games played with 136. She scored 395 and grabbed 466 rebounds.
Junior forward Samarie Walker recorded three rebounds and two blocks, finishing the season tied for second on the single-season blocks list with 56 and tied for seventh in rebounds with 293.