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  • From The Archives: One And Done With Olympics, It's Back To College For Coach

    After leading the United States women's basketball team to its fifth straight Olympic gold in August, Geno Auriemma was asked if he'd be willing to accept one more term in office; you know, try to do it again in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. In that instant,...
  • Sun Overcome Fever's Quick Start, Win Game 1

    Sun Overcome Fever's Quick Start, Win Game 1
    This was not a night when finesse would do much for the Connecticut Sun. The more direct approach was required. The Indiana Fever punched hard and often in the first quarter of the first game of the Eastern Conference finals, building an eight-point lead...
  • Fever Blast Sun Out Of Postseason, 87-71

    Fever Blast Sun Out Of Postseason, 87-71
    It was inevitable Thursday that the Indiana Fever or Connecticut Sun would leave Mohegan Sun Arena feeling like their soul was ripped out. It's the nature of sport. Only one team can win the final game of the series. Only one team can win the final...
  • FRESHMAN CLASS: Closer Looks At UConn's Three New Players

    Breanna Stewart What to expect: One of the best freshman the Big East has ever seen. High school legacy: Consensus player of the year as a senior at Cicero-North Syracuse; scored 2,367 points with 1,389 rebounds. You probably don't know: Is a scholar-...
  • BY THE NUMBERS: A Few That Show The Caliber Of Basketball UConn Women Play

    Sometimes by chance, sometimes by design, but always because they keep score, basketball creates numbers that set records, start trends and stimulate conversation. As the UConn women prepare for the 2012-13 season, here are a few that two decades of...
  • Storm Remain Undefeated At Home In Close Win

    Storm Remain Undefeated At Home In Close Win
    Tanisha Wright made the tying and go-ahead free throws with 53.9 seconds left, and Lauren Jackson scored 31 points as the Seattle Storm rallied in the final 3 minutes to beat the Connecticut Sun 83-82 Thursday night. Swin Cash had 21 points and Camille...
  • Storm Rest Starters, Lose to Sun

    Storm Rest Starters, Lose to Sun
    Asjha Jones scored 19 points and the Connecticut Sun kept their slim playoff hopes alive with an 88-68 win over the Seattle Storm on Friday night. The Sun (15-15) trail Atlanta by 2½ games and Washington by three for the final playoff spot in the Eastern...
  • Catchings helps Fever beat Sun

    Catchings helps Fever beat Sun
    UNCASVILLE, Conn. -- Tamika Catchings scored 26 points to help the Indiana Fever beat Connecticut 79-66 on Sunday, eliminating the Sun from playoff contention for the second straight season. Indiana (21-10) increased its lead in the Eastern Conference to...
  • Former Connecticut Sun Center Margo Dydek Dies At 37

    Dydek, who was pregnant with her third child, had a heart attack May 19 at her home in Brisbane, Australia, and was transported by ambulance to the hospital, where she was placed in a medically induced coma, from which she never emerged. She is...
  • Toliver's team-high 19 off bench not enough in Sparks' loss

    The visiting Los Angeles Sparks lost, 79-76, to the Connecticut Sun despite a team-high 19 points off the bench from guard Kristi Toliver (Maryland). Tina Charles had 22 points and 23 rebounds for the Sun, who got 17 from Renee Montgomery and 16 each...
  • Catchings and Douglas voted as starters for 2011 WNBA All-star game

    Catchings and Douglas voted as starters for 2011 WNBA All-star game
    INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Fever forward Tamika Catchings led all players with 32,706 votes in the 2011 WNBA All-Star Balloting Presented by T-Mobile while teammate Katie Douglas finished seventh in overall balloting and third in the WNBA's Eastern...