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  • NINE TITLES, ONE CONSTANT: UConn Women's Championships Start And End With Geno Auriemma

    NINE TITLES, ONE CONSTANT: UConn Women's Championships Start And End With Geno Auriemma
    Playing for Geno Auriemma is not easy. And it shouldn't be, or so say those who fully subscribe to the risk-reward theory of finding success. But that's not really the point now, as the state celebrates his record ninth women's basketball championship....
  • Dolson, Hartley Expected To Go Early In WNBA Draft

    Dolson, Hartley Expected To Go Early In WNBA Draft
    Winning nine national championships, one World Championship and an Olympic gold medal gives Geno Auriemma the forum to tell WNBA coaches and general managers what he thinks. That includes those who have played for him at UConn. That's an group that held...
  • Estimated 200,000 Crowd Hartford Streets For UConn Parade

    Estimated 200,000 Crowd Hartford Streets For UConn Parade
    HARTFORD — The city celebrated the UConn men's and women's basketball teams' national championships Sunday with a victory parade through downtown, and it was one of the biggest parties Hartford has ever seen. An estimated 200,000 people lined...
  • UConn Knows First Win Vs. Stanford Means Nothing Now

    UConn Knows First Win Vs. Stanford Means Nothing Now
    STORRS — Stefanie Dolson has lost to Stanford once, in her freshman year when the Cardinal broke UConn's 90-game win streak. In November, No. 1 UConn beat then-No. 3 Stanford 76-57 at Gampel Pavilion in a nationally televised game. The Huskies...
  • UConn-Stanford: The Last Time They Met

    UConn and Stanford met Nov. 11 at Gampel Pavilion with the Huskies winning, 76-57. The Game Stanford, No. 3 at the time, was no match. Kiah Stokes had a double-double (10 points, 13 rebounds) and six blocked shots. ... Morgan Tuck scored 11. Stokes is...
  • Dolson, Hartley Get High Praise From New Coach Thibault

     Dolson, Hartley Get High Praise From New Coach Thibault
    During his decade coaching the Connecticut Sun, Mike Thibault learned to appreciate the professional readiness of many UConn players on WNBA draft day. If he wasn't, all he needed to do was look at the numbers: Before the 2014 entry draft, the Huskies...
  • More Awards For Stefanie Dolson

    NASHVILLE — Stefanie Dolson is kind enough to be one of the American Athletic Conference's sportsmanship award winners. She is gifted enough to make its first team, tough enough to be its defensive player of the year. There is more: Earlier this...
  • Stewart AP Player Of Year; Joins Dolson, Hartley On WBCA Team

    — Saturday wasn't the first time the UConn women's basketball team has had three All-Americans in one season. In 2009, Tina Charles, Maya Moore and Renee Montgomery all made what was then the State Farm/Kodak All-America team. In 2002, Sue Bird,...
  • UConn Takes Control To Beat Stanford And Set Up Perfect Matchup

    UConn Takes Control To Beat Stanford And Set Up Perfect Matchup
    NASHVILLE — While Notre Dame and UConn rolled to the Final Four, Stanford's perspective shifted. Stanford kids are smart. They knew a national championship game between the Huskies and Irish was highly anticipated, perhaps even prayed for. It...
  • UConn Women Struggling With Their Three-Point Shooting

    UConn Women Struggling With Their Three-Point Shooting
    NASHVILLE – Geno Auriemma has made it known throughout the years that the three-point shot is one of his favorite weapons. But for about the past week, it hasn't been a favorite of his team. After a 4 of 15 performance behind the arc against...
  • Big Date For UConn-ND, But One Will End Up With Ugly Blemish

    Big Date For UConn-ND, But One Will End Up With Ugly Blemish
    NASHVILLE — It is a sport that appears to struggle with its identity and direction, one prone to frequent course shifts in the effort to find its place in a world that doesn't pay much attention to women's college basketball. Tuesday will not be...