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  • American Athletic Conference basketball tournament headed to Hartford

    American Athletic Conference basketball tournament headed to Hartford
    The American Athletic Conference basketball tournament is headed to Hartford, Conn. The American scheduled a teleconference for Monday afternoon to announce the site. Chris Lawrence, the general manager of Hartford's XL Center, and Andy Bessette, a...
  • Orlando to host 2016, 2017 American Athletic Conference basketball tournaments

    Orlando to host 2016, 2017 American Athletic Conference basketball tournaments
    The American Athletic Conference basketball tournament is coming to Orlando. The Central Florida Sports Commission will announce a deal to bring the American Athletic Conference tournament to the Amway Center in 2016 and 2017, according to sources...
  • LA Hacks hackathon draws hordes of young developers to UCLA [Updated]

    LA Hacks hackathon draws hordes of young developers to UCLA [Updated]
    The basketball court at UCLA's Pauley Pavilion was teeming with young hackers this weekend as students descended on the school for the second annual LA Hacks event. More than 4,000 registered for the 36-hour hackathon, which drew developers from...
  • 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...
  • Sun Pick First In WNBA Draft; Not Tipping Hand Yet

    After finishing in last place in the WNBA last season, with a roster depleted by injuries, the Connecticut Sun were faced with a conundrum. The Sun knew they had to change the look of a team whose smile had turned upside down. And change has come...
  • UCLA basketball: Adams, Powell consider declaring for NBA draft

    UCLA basketball: Adams, Powell consider declaring for NBA draft
    Guards Jordan Adams and Norman Powell have filed paperwork to determine their NBA draft status, leaving open the possibility that UCLA’s basketball team could lose two more players. Guards Kyle Anderson and Zach LaVine have already declared for...
  • UConn Hopes To Leverage Wins

    UConn Hopes To Leverage Wins
    UConn's dual national basketball championships brought publicity that no university could buy, from the "Today" show visiting the Storrs campus to Jimmy Fallon inviting star center Stephanie Dolson to a game of Xbox one-on-one. On the latest cover of...
  • Odenton's Henry takes Marine Corps 17.75K in Va.

    Odenton's Henry takes Marine Corps 17.75K in Va.
    Running Odenton's Henry takes Marine Corps 17.75K in Va. Former U.S. Army runner Steven Henry of Odenton won the Marine Corps 17.75K on Saturday in Prince William County, Va. Henry covered the twisting 11.03-mile course through Prince William Forest...
  • Houston's television deal flops as most viewers in city can't watch Astros

    A funny thing happened to the Houston Astros on their way to Arlington for the weekend series against the Rangers. The Astros played a home baseball game Monday afternoon, lost, 9-1, to the Los Angeles Angels, and were shut out. They scored a 0.0 rating...
  • 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....
  • OUT OF NOWHERE: That Finish Line Was A Long Way Away For UConn Men

    OUT OF NOWHERE: That Finish Line Was A Long Way Away For UConn Men
    UConn‘s preseason work was done. The jog around campus, the grueling early practices, first night, the hard-to-watch exhibition games were all finished. The journey was about to begin. “Honestly, it’s just a lot of experience,”...