By the numbers: Mississippi State ends the streak

It had been a long time since Connecticut women's basketball lost a game. Morgan William, right, and Mississippi State ended one of the most impressive streaks in sports history. AP Photo

All streaks eventually come to an end.

Morgan William's heroics in overtime helped Mississippi State end Connecticut's 111-game win streak, the longest in Division I basketball history (men or women).

Here's a look inside the numbers of the Huskies' incredible streak and how it came to an end:

865: It had been 865 days since UConn's last loss, which occurred on Nov. 14, 2014 against Stanford. That loss was remarkably similar to this one as it was also a two-point defeat in overtime to a team that was ranked in the top 10 of the AP poll.

4: Connecticut has now had four games go to overtime in the NCAA tournament. The Huskies are 0-4 in those games, also falling to Notre Dame in the 2012 Final Four, Duke in the 2006 Elite 8 and Tennessee in the 1996 Final Four. UConn has lost its past five games overall that went to overtime with the last such win coming in 2004.

60: What a difference a year makes. In last year's Sweet 16, Mississippi State suffered a 60-point loss to the Huskies, who went on to win their fourth straight national title –- another streak that was ended with this loss.

16: Mississippi State jumped out to a 16-point lead in the second quarter, the largest deficit Connecticut faced during its 111-game win streak.

-14: Connecticut was outscored 18-4 in second-chance points. The minus-14 differential was the second-worst margin for the Huskies this season. They had a season-low six offensive rebounds. UConn averaged 13.6 second-chance points entering this game.

64: The 64 points scored by Connecticut was its third fewest in its past 112 games and this was the only game during that stretch that went to overtime. The Huskies had scored 63 on two occasions during the streak.