Breanna Stewart and fellow college players leave strong impression at US women's hoops camp

UConn sophomore Breanna Stewart looks really comfortable in a USA basketball jersey.

She has been playing for her country since she was 14 and already has won five gold medals for the U.S. Stewart was one of six college players who attended the U.S. national women's basketball camp in Las Vegas this past weekend.

On one play during a scrimmage at the camp, the 6-foot-4 star got an offensive rebound by skying above the rim and tipping it in for an easy two points. A few seconds later she drained a deep 3-pointer from the corner that helped her team pull off the victory.

Geno Auriemma had two of his other Connecticut Huskies in camp with senior Stefanie Dolson and junior Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis. The three Huskies were joined by Notre Dame's Kayla McBride, Baylor's Odyssey Sims and Maryland's Alyssa Thomas.