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  • KML Moves Into 10th Place All-Time In Scoring

    KML Moves Into 10th Place All-Time In Scoring
    CINCINNATI — Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, already UConn's most prolific three-pointer shooter, officially joined the pantheon of its greatest scorers Sunday at Cincinnati. Playing in just her 122nd game, Mosqueda-Lewis scored 19 points in 16 minutes to...
  • 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,...
  • 'In The Paint' Exhibit Celebrates UConn Basketball

    'In The Paint' Exhibit Celebrates UConn Basketball
    When is a basketball not a basketball? When it's a paintbrush. Two pieces in the new exhibit at the Benton Museum on the University of Connecticut's Storrs campus are huge abstract paintings. One was created by the UConn men's basketball team and the...
  • Sue Bird Settling In With New Role For ESPN

    Sue Bird Settling In With New Role For ESPN
    STORRS – A few minutes after UConn completed its 92-50 win over South Florida at Gampel Pavilion, Geno Auriemma sidled up to the rookie analyst on ESPN2's telecast for a short postgame interview. Sue Bird likely is the greatest point guard to play...
  • 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...
  • UConn Women Overpower Temple, 92-58

    UConn Women Overpower Temple, 92-58
    STORRS – On Sunday in Dallas, UConn played a game that seemed more like a caricature than a contest. Its high and lows were exaggerated in every sense. With seven minutes to play, the Huskies led SMU by 65 points, the Mustangs holding just nine...
  • 4 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: A League Of Their Own

    4 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: A League Of Their Own
    Every game is a learning experience, for those who play and those who watch. Here's what we learned after the UConn women's 87-28 win over SMU in Dallas on Sunday: 1. Long season guaranteed: There is absolutely nothing UConn can do about it. The Huskies...
  • After Pounding SMU, Geno Says Huskies Look Forward To Gampel

    After Pounding SMU, Geno Says Huskies Look Forward To Gampel
    DALLAS – While Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis was pursuing Diana Taurasi's UConn record for career three-pointers, a chase that seemed to stall even as it was picking up speed over the past four games, Geno Auriemma saidhe saw something about his senior...
  • Mosqueda-Lewis Close To 3-Point Record As AAC Schedule Looms

    Mosqueda-Lewis Close To 3-Point Record As AAC Schedule Looms
    STORRS — UConn's sprint to 40-0 and its ninth national championship was aided by the demolition of the American Athletic Conference. The Huskies won their 18 regular-season conference games by an average of 37.5, a number actually softened by two...
  • Capsule: UConn Women Host Tulsa At XL Center

    Site: XL Center Time: Wednesday, 7 p.m. TV: SNY (Eric Frede, Meghan Culmo, Kerith Burke) Radio: WTIC-1080 AM, WILI-AM 1400, WELI-AM 960, WGCH-AM 1490 (Bob Joyce and Debbie Fiske) Series history: First meeting Streaks: Tulsa L1, UConn W11 Tulsa (6-7,...
  • Huskies Topple Tulsa; KML Ties Taurasi

    Huskies Topple Tulsa; KML Ties Taurasi
    HARTFORD — For someone who has built his legacy setting records, Geno Auriemma really has little time for them during the season, especially when the focus of outsiders on their pursuit obscures his vision of what's important. After nine...