UConn doesn't determine the stats. The official scorer does. They're not always 100% right, but that's what goes in the record books.In last nights game v St Louis Christyn Williams had a block with about 8:20 remaining in the 2nd quarter. On Uconns website they list her as having 0 blocks.
I often feel like official stat sheets are incorrect. Maybe they are working with a different definition of turn over, blocked shot, field goal attempt, etc. than I am.
I am sitting here puzzled by the need to have a rebound on the first shot of a two shot foul. Why? There was a free throw shot by Liv (I think in the ND game) that hit nothing and bounced over the end line. The ref picked up the ball. . . Who gets credit for that rebound? (And btw, she hit the second one.)Perhaps, but the statisticians' manual gives a good definition and many examples for each stat. If nothing else, everything has to balance at the end. For example, every missed shot - even the first shot on a two-shot foul - must have a rebound. Total misses and total rebounds will always be identical.
I think the stat that is most often wrong is blocked shots. I can tell you as a former D1 statistician that it is very easy to miss a block that is only slightly tipped by the defender. Also in a flurry of shots and offensive rebounds, it is possible to forget to record one.