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Bria Hartley

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  • Jeff Jacobs: Lawson Speaks College Basketball, Unabashedly

    Jeff Jacobs: Lawson Speaks College Basketball, Unabashedly
    TAMPA, Fla. — This dominant UConn team may not even be one of the three best in program history … If John Calapari wants to talk team, team, team, he ought to have his players stay for four years and maybe he'll reach Geno Auriemma's level...
  • UConn Women: A Team That Jelled, And Kept Getting Better

     UConn Women: A Team That Jelled, And Kept Getting Better
    TAMPA — They have the Wade Trophy winner in Breanna Stewart. They have the NCAA's top three-point shooter in Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis. They have three WBCA All-Americans (Stewart, Mosqueda-Lewis and Moriah Jefferson) and WBCA high school player of the...
  • UConn Women's All-Time All-America List

    Members of the UConn women's basketball team who have achieved All-America status (list privided by UConn): First Team Breanna Stewart, 2014-15 Breanna Stewart, 2013-14 Maya Moore, 2010-11 Tina Charles, 2009-10 Maya Moore, 2009-10 Maya...
  • Tuck Proves That UConn Will Be OK When Stewart Is Out

    Tuck Proves That UConn Will Be OK When Stewart Is Out
    STORRS — If there is a recipe for success against the best women's college basketball team in the country, this wasn't a bad first ingredient. Rutgers, unafraid at Gampel Pavilion, was physical and aggressive in its NCAA Tournament game against...
  • Playing To The Crowd: UConn Women Know They Are An Attraction

    Playing To The Crowd: UConn Women Know They Are An Attraction
    NEW ORLEANS — It's not unusual to hear professional athletes admit how compelled they are to perform because there might be someone in the stands who has come just to see them and might never have the chance again. Joe DiMaggio said it, Derek Jeter,...
  • WNBA Scouts Already Lining Up To See Mosqueda-Lewis

    WNBA Scouts Already Lining Up To See Mosqueda-Lewis
    NEW ORLEANS -- It soon will be time for Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis to make her inevitable move to the next phase of her basketball career when she joins a WNBA team. She added to her resume on Monday by making five three-pointers to score 21 points in...
  • UConn Women Beat Tulane, Clinch Share Of AAC Title

    UConn Women Beat Tulane, Clinch Share Of AAC Title
    NEW ORLEANS – More than a decade ago, Diana Taurasi punted a basketball to the roof of New Orleans Arena to celebrate winning UConn's third straight national championship and the end of her iconic career. That was very cool. Two years ago, another...
  • It Wouldn't Be A Shock If Tulsa Takes KML

    It soon will be time for Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis to make her inevitable move to the next phase of her basketball career when she joins a WNBA team. Mosqueda-Lewis, the greatest three-point shooter in women’s college basketball, will be a top...
  • UConn Not Ready To Embrace Endowments For Coaches

    UConn Not Ready To Embrace Endowments For Coaches
    HARTFORD – Athletic fundraising takes on many forms and serves many purposes as UConn proved again this year when it announced the Werth family name would be attached to the basketball practice facility on campus. Earlier this week, Notre Dame...
  • They Changed The Game

    They Changed The Game
    UConn's first national championship team celebrated the 20th anniversary of the year women's basketball was changed forever. The 1994-95 Huskies were 35-0. STORRS — There was a nostalgic touch to halftime of Saturday's UConn-Tulane game at...
  • Geno Says Players Come To UConn For Big Games Like Monday

    Geno Says Players Come To UConn For Big Games Like Monday
    STORRS — When Geno Auriemma has been asked about entering a season as defending national champion, he always says he doesn't look at it in the chronological sense. That's because Auriemma understands how the nature of life affects his program....