The UConn women’s basketball team broke an NCAA record by winning a tournament game by 88 points, winning 140-52.
88 points – this is a number connected to the circle.
They defeated the Saint Francis U Red Flash
As far as scoring 140 points:
So why the University of Connecticut for this ritual?
In Hebrew, “circle” sums to 143
The University and its arena, where this tournament game was held, are in Storrs, Connecticut:
Both Red Flash and their full university name / nickname sum to 143
In Hebrew Ordinal, “circle” sums to 44
Both teams have gematria overlapping with “Circle” in English:
The 32nd prime number is 131
The number 88 has four circles
“University of Connecticut Huskies” = 402 / 408 (English Ordinal / Reverse Ordinal)
“UConn” = 402 / 408 (English Sumerian / Reverse Sumerian)
In both mathematics and gematria, 22 ÷ 7 = 3.14, the first three digits of pi:
777 ties to pi as well:
The Lady Huskies achieved this feat by beating the:
There’s probably a lot of people saying the Red Flash got “killed”
Flip the 224 and you get a 442
Saint Francis University is 171 years old this year. The 171st prime number is 1019
119 weeks is 833 days.