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  • Women's Sweet 16 Team Previews

    The regional finals of the NCAA Division I women's basketball tournament will be played this weekend in Lincoln, Neb., South Bend, Ind., Palo Alto, Calif., and Louisville, Ky. Here's a look at how the brackets break down. LINCOLN UConn: The Huskies will...
  • Don't Forget About Teams Joining UConn, N.D. In Final Four

    Don't Forget About Teams Joining UConn, N.D. In Final Four
    There has been a certain obviousness associated with the women's Final Four, almost as if a Notre Dame-UConn national championship game had been etched on a tablet Moses forgot to bring down from Mount Sinai. As you might imagine, this does not make...
  • Stanford's Chiney Ogwumike, Entertainer And Athlete Extraordinaire

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Ask Stanford senior forward Chiney Ogwumike a question about anything, and she could probably riff on it. On the "N-E-R-D" video, a project the Stanford star spearheaded which has 46,000 YouTube views: "We made one two years...
  • 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...
  • Maryland's Alyssa Thomas drafted in first round, traded to the Connecticut Sun

    Maryland's Alyssa Thomas drafted in first round, traded to the Connecticut Sun
    Former Maryland forward Alyssa Thomas was anxious. She arrived in Uncasville, Conn. on Friday alone in preparation for the WNBA draft. Her family arrived at 2 a.m. Monday after a four-and-a-half hour car ride, joining their daughter for the final...
  • Bitterness Is In The Air With Tina Charles' Departure

    Bitterness Is In The Air With Tina Charles' Departure
    UNCASVILLE — This is a total face-lift, a total eclipse of the Sun. Yet before UConn fans and Sun fans go crazy about Connecticut's WNBA team trading away one of the greatest players in State U. history, a league MVP only two years ago, this much...
  • 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...
  • Diana Taurasi ties Lisa Leslie with eighth All-WNBA selection

    Diana Taurasi, who has led the Phoenix Mercury to the Western Conference finals, has been selected to the All-WNBA team for the eighth time, tying the record of former Sparks star Lisa Leslie. Joining Taurasi on the All-WNBA first team are league MVP...
  • Fever Blast Sun Out Of Postseason, 87-71

    Fever Blast Sun Out Of Postseason, 87-71
    It was inevitable Thursday that the Indiana Fever or Connecticut Sun would leave Mohegan Sun Arena feeling like their soul was ripped out. It's the nature of sport. Only one team can win the final game of the series. Only one team can win the final...
  • UNIFORM NUMBERS: Why The Husky Players Chose To Wear A Certain One

    What's in a number? Well, apparently it depends on what number and how attached a player has become to wearing it during their careers. When Renee Montgomery played for the UConn women she wore No. 20 and then put it on again when the WNBA's Minnesota...
  • Tamika Catchings named WNBA Defensive Player of the Year

    Tamika Catchings named WNBA Defensive Player of the Year
    For the fifth time in her career, Indiana Fever forward Tamika Catchings has been named the WNBA Defensive Player of the Year presented by Boost Mobile, the league announced today.  Catchings previously won the award in 2005, 2006, 2009 and 2010....