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  • Program's Rules Have Built A Following

    Program's Rules Have Built A Following
    STORRS -- It's all about attention to detail at UConn. That's what the Huskies have mastered to build their women's basketball dynasty. It's about discipline as much as talent, decorum as much as defense. It's about playing as a team on the court and...
  • Lawson Leads A Fast Start

    No player on the Connecticut Sun is more familiar with foreign national anthems than Kara Lawson, the veteran guard and 2008 U.S.Olympic gold medalist. On Friday, Lawson heard the anthem of the Polish national team -- played by a polka band dressed in...
  • Spotlight On Asjha Jones

    Spotlight On Asjha Jones
    Graduated from UConn in the Top 10 in games played (144) and blocks (151). She also scored 1,502 points and had 794 rebounds. Jones helped the Huskies to their 39-0 national championship season in 2002 and was named to the NCAA Final Four All-Tournament...
  • McCoughtry Helps Dream Dominate Sun

    McCoughtry Helps Dream Dominate Sun
    Angel McCoughtry (32), Sancho Lyttle (27) and Iziane Castro Marques combined to score 77 points as the Atlanta Dream defeated the Connecticut Sun 97-82 Friday night. The Sun (1-1) were outscored 25-9 in the second quarter and trailed 51-32 at halftime....
  • March 29, 2002: Bird, Jones Score 18; Sooners Final Test

    SAN ANTONIO -- Five years ago, Tennessee ended UConn's bid for a perfect season in the NCAA regional finals, and eight months later, the Huskies coaching staff secured the greatest recruiting class in school history. Friday night at the Alamodome, that...
  • Sun Fall To Mystics, 69-65

    — Five games is hardly enough time to establish a trend — good, bad or indifferent. And the team that trailed start to finish Sunday in a 69-65 loss to the Washington Mystics at the Verizon Center won't be the same as soon as center...
  • Fever Defeat Sun, 77-67

    Katie Douglas scored 20 points and Tamika Catchings scored 12 of her 18 in the fourth quarter to help the Indiana Fever beat the Connecticut Sun 77-67 on Sunday. Catchings also had 13 rebounds and four steals for the Fever. She made all eight of her free...
  • Aug. 27, 2007: UConn Scores Big; Delle Donne Commits

    It has been three seasons since the UConn women have won a national basketball championship or played in the Final Four, a minor setback for a program with five national championships since 1995. Still, watching Baylor, Maryland and Tennessee win...
  • Charles Leads Way As Sun Rally Past Sparks

    Tina Charles had career highs of 26 points and a team-record 19 rebounds and the Connecticut Sun rallied from a 16-point deficit for a 78-75 victory over the Los Angeles Sparks before a crowd of 8,852 Friday for their first road win of the year. "We...
  • Spotlight On Svetlana Abrosimova

    Abrosimova, 29, was born in St. Petersburg, Russia and while playing for Petrogradskoi N86 (high school) began training with the Russian national team. She was MVP of the 1998 European Basketball Championships after being recruited by UConn through the...
  • Sky Rally To End Sun's 6-Game Home Winning Streak

    Sky Rally To End Sun's 6-Game Home Winning Streak
    — Every day is a new day in pro basketball, an opportunity to take a step ahead or fall a step behind. And Tuesday was not a good day for the Connecticut Sun. "We played a bad basketball game, which I've been worried about for two days," coach...