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Bria Hartley

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  • No Easy Answer For Geno When The Question Is Minutes

    No Easy Answer For Geno When The Question Is Minutes
    CINCINNATI — Geno Auriemma has found solutions for just about all the problems he has encountered running his program. Still, there always has been one that has troubled him more than most, because he knows it unfairly punishes players for their...
  • Sit Down

    UConn wins games by so many points, it's hard for Geno Auriemma to keep his top players on the court. A look at the average minutes per game for UConn's 12 all-time top scorers: 1). Maya Moore, 30.4 (3,036 points, 154 games) 2). Tina Charles, 25.5 (2,...
  • Mosqueda-Lewis Closing In On UConn's Top 10 In Scoring

    Mosqueda-Lewis Closing In On UConn's Top 10 In Scoring
    ORLANDO, Fla. – Already the top three-pointer shooter in UConn history, it won't be long before Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis also becomes one of its Top 10 scorers. Mosqueda-Lewis scored a team-high 23 points during Wednesday's 100-45 win at Central...
  • Jefferson Rising To All-Time Greatness Among UConn Guards

    Jefferson Rising To All-Time Greatness Among UConn Guards
    ORLANDO, Fla. — During its championship era, UConn has featured many of the game's best guards, but most have been positional hybrids in terms of the required skill set. They have all been able to handle the ball and pass, but foremost they were...
  • One Man's Opinion: UConn's All-Time Guards

    One Man's Opinion: UConn's All-Time Guards
    UConn has had some pretty good guards in the Geno Auriemma era. With current guard Moriah Jefferson taking more of a leadership role, beat writer John Altavilla ranks the Huskies' all-time guards: 1) Diana Taurasi: Still considered by many the greatest...
  • Could It Be, Yet Again?

    During his 30 years as UConn’s coach, Geno Auriemma and his staff have built a strapping infrastructure that has transported one of the strongest brand names in collegiate sports from title to title.    Along the road travels a steady flow of...
  • UConn Women's Basketball Team Gets A Little Swagger Back

    UConn Women's Basketball Team Gets A Little Swagger Back
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — During his 30 years as UConn's coach, Geno Auriemma and his staff have built a strapping infrastructure that has transported one of the strongest brand names in collegiate sports from title to title. Along the road travels a...
  • Tuck's Leadership Role At UConn Apparent In Win Vs. Irish

    Tuck's Leadership Role At UConn Apparent In Win Vs. Irish
    One recurring theme of Geno Auriemma's media sessions this season has centered on his team's need for leadership after the graduation of All-Americans Bria Hartley and Stefanie Dolson. On Saturday, after an impressive 76-58 win over No. 2 Notre Dame,...
  • Connecticut Sun Release 2015 Schedule

    The Connecticut Sun, with the primary goal of getting back to the playoffs after missing them the past two seasons, will begin their 13th year at Mohegan Sun Arena against Washington on June 5 and will play three of their first four games at home....
  • On The Fly: Red Sox Attempt To Shore Up Pitching Staff

    On The Fly: Red Sox Attempt To Shore Up Pitching Staff
    Once the Red Sox lost out on Jon Lester, which was no great surprise, they moved quickly to fill their rotation, adding lefthander Wade Miley (Arizona) and righthander Rick Porcello (Detroit) in trades, then reaching an agreement with free agent...
  • Stokes Has The Grades, But On Court She Can Think Too Much

    Stokes Has The Grades, But On Court She Can Think Too Much
    The 12-day break that bridged UConn's victories over Notre Dame on Dec. 6 and DePaul on Friday was not spent nonchalantly. It was exam time, and by Dec. 13, each UConn player had finished her academic requirements. This is always a nervous time around...