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  • Geno Auriemma: Breanna Stewart Able To Compete With World's Best

     Geno Auriemma: Breanna Stewart Able To Compete With World's Best
    Winning another world championship in women's basketball will have to be done in the usual fashion. While Geno Auriemma's USA players have been competing for various WNBA teams, the rest of the world's teams have been practicing together. This is...
  • Many With Connecticut Ties In Women's National Team Pool

    Many With Connecticut Ties In Women's National Team Pool
    Geno Auriemma will be again surrounded by familiar faces when USA Basketball opens training camp Sept. 8 for the FIBA World Championship in Turkey. Among those included in the pool of 27 players invited to tryout are former UConn All-Americans Bria...
  • UConn, Sun Represented On USA Invite List

        Former UConn All-Americans Bria Hartley, Stefanie Dolson, current Husky All-American Breanna Stewart and Connecticut Sun rookie Chiney Ogwumike are among the 27 players who will begin training in defense of the USA's FIBA World Championship title on...
  • Mo'ne Davis Puts Auriemma On Notice: She Wants To Be A Husky

    Mo'ne Davis Puts Auriemma On Notice: She Wants To Be A Husky
    Mo'ne Davis, a 13-year-old, 111-pound meteor, is streaking through the stratosphere of social media and the Little League World Series with the Taney Dragons of Philadelphia. The Dragons play Las Vegas Wednesday night in Williamsport, Pa., trying to...
  • Ogwumike Feels Right At Home With Sun

    UNCASVILLE — One of the great ironies for the Connecticut Sun this season, which concludes Friday (Washington) and Sunday (Atlanta) at the Mohegan Sun Arena, is the team will finish out the playoffs again despite having the WNBA's likely rookie of...
  • For Rewards, Increasing Risks

     For Rewards, Increasing Risks
    Heading overseas is a way of life for many WNBA players as they supplement what they earn in the United States. Over the years, two of the more lucrative places have been Israel and Russia, each torn by political strife that may not stop WNBA players...
  • Skating pair proves Olympians can throw a baseball

    An Olympic medal doesn't help much when it comes to throwing out the first pitch at a Major League Baseball game. Just ask Jordyn Wieber, who bounced her attempt at a Detroit Tigers game. Or basketball star Diana Taurasi, who threw an outside pitch to...
  • Amicable Separation: Sun, Tina Charles Move On

    Amicable Separation: Sun, Tina Charles Move On
    After many years as teammates with UConn and the Connecticut Sun, Renee Montgomery, Kalana Greene and Tina Charles developed the type of sisterhood that grows from being together through so many interesting times. And that relationship will last a lot...
  • Sue Bird On Anne Donovan, Aging And The Big Picture

    Sue Bird On Anne Donovan, Aging And The Big Picture
    UNCASVILLE — She was gone by dawn. Sue Bird had a chance to see Geno Auriemma's wife, Kathy, and their family. She saw Maria Conlon and Morgan Valley. And, pffft, just liked that after winless Seattle lost 71-59 to the Sun on Friday night, Bird...
  • Auriemma AAC Coach Of Year; Stewart Conference's Top Player

     Auriemma AAC Coach Of Year; Stewart Conference's Top Player
    UNCASVILLE — The creation of the American Athletic Conference meant different challenges for each coach leading teams into the new world. For Geno Auriemma, the task of being flag-bearer for what appeared to be an odd assembly with few national...
  • UConn's Greatest Celebration? 2004 Was A Double Dose Of Fun

    UConn's Greatest Celebration? 2004 Was A Double Dose Of Fun
    UConn won its first men's basketball national title in 1999 and was after a second in 2004. On March 27, 2004, the Huskies defeated Alabama 87-71 in an NCAA Tournament Elite Eight game in Phoenix. Ben Gordon, named most outstanding player of the Phoenix...