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  • Perfect AAC Ending For Everyone But Auriemma

    Perfect AAC Ending For Everyone But Auriemma
    TAMPA, Fla. — Another thrill ride through 18 games in the American Athletic Conference season, punctuated by the exclamation mark of a winning margin of 48.7 points, has escorted UConn to its customary early March launching pad. Yes, another...
  • UConn's Mosqueda-Lewis Finds Fame, Family, Friendship

    UConn's Mosqueda-Lewis Finds Fame, Family, Friendship
    STORRS — Before the Southern California kid with the smooth shot could focus on how her life would blossom during four winters in Connecticut, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis first had to promise Maya Moore she would take care of something. Moore, UConn's...
  • Tyson Builds Foundation For UConn Hockey

    Tyson Builds Foundation For UConn Hockey
    STORRS — He is a building block. To look at Ryan Tyson, all of 5 feet 9 and 187 pounds, calling him one might seem like a reach. To look at his numbers, one goal and nine points in 33 games this season, it might seem like an even bigger reach. Make...
  • UConn Women Beat Tulane, Clinch Share Of AAC Title

    UConn Women Beat Tulane, Clinch Share Of AAC Title
    NEW ORLEANS – More than a decade ago, Diana Taurasi punted a basketball to the roof of New Orleans Arena to celebrate winning UConn's third straight national championship and the end of her iconic career. That was very cool. Two years ago, another...
  • UConn Women's Insider: Katie Lou Samuelson Following Mosqueda-Lewis Path

    UConn Women's Insider: Katie Lou Samuelson Following Mosqueda-Lewis Path
    STORRS — Every high school basketball team would love to place just one of its great players on the roster of an NCAA national champion. When it happens, it's something the community remembers forever. And then there are those seemingly in the...
  • No. 1 South Carolina Gets Its Chance Tonight Vs. No. 2 UConn

    No. 1 South Carolina Gets Its Chance Tonight Vs. No. 2 UConn
    STORRS — South Carolina plays the most important women's basketball game in its history Monday at Gampel Pavilion. There can be no doubt about that. Think back 20 years to the frenzy surrounding UConn's wrangle with iconic Tennessee on Jan. 16,...
  • What Happens Monday Not New To Staley

    South Carolina plays the most important women’s basketball game in its history Monday at Gampel Pavilion. There can be no doubt about that.    Think back 20 years to the frenzy surrounding UConn’s wrangle with iconic Tennessee on Jan. 16,...
  • WNBA Players, Management Not Surprised By Taurasi's Decision

    WNBA Players, Management Not Surprised By Taurasi's Decision
    UNCASVILLE – When Diana Taurasi accepted the offer from Russian team UMMC Ekaterinburg to be compensated for sitting out the 2015 WNBA season, many nodded knowingly for two basic reasons. Taurasi, 33, has been dropping hints for years that the...
  • WNBA loses star Diana Taurasi for season because of big Russia payday

    WNBA loses star Diana Taurasi for season because of big Russia payday
    The 2014 WNBA finals MVP, Diana Taurasi, will be M.I.A. in 2015, and she's going to make even more money doing so. Taurasi announced Tuesday that she will sit out the 2015 WNBA season to rest for her Russian EuroLeague club team UMMC Ekaterinburg's...
  • On The Fly: 1967 GHO Winner Charlie Sifford Dies At 92

    On The Fly: 1967 GHO Winner Charlie Sifford Dies At 92
    Charlie Sifford — who broke the color barrier in golf, won the 1967 Greater Hartford Open and was the first African American inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame — died at 92. Sifford won $20,000 for the win at Wethersfield Country Club....
  • Geno Offers Friendly Warning To Taurasi

      Geno Auriemma believes Diana Taurasi’s decision to sit out the 2015 WNBA season, on behalf of her Russian team who will pay her not to play, might not bode well for the WNBA. He believes it could begin a trend that might spread to include other...