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  • UConn Women: A Team That Jelled, And Kept Getting Better

     UConn Women: A Team That Jelled, And Kept Getting Better
    TAMPA — They have the Wade Trophy winner in Breanna Stewart. They have the NCAA's top three-point shooter in Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis. They have three WBCA All-Americans (Stewart, Mosqueda-Lewis and Moriah Jefferson) and WBCA high school player of the...
  • UConn Junior Breanna Stewart Wins Wade Trophy As WBCA National Player Of The Year

    UConn Junior Breanna Stewart Wins Wade Trophy As WBCA National Player Of The Year
    TAMPA — UConn junior┬áBreanna Stewart was named winner of the Wade Trophy as national player of the year, presented by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. It’s the eighth time a UConn player has won the award and the first...
  • There Simply Isn't Enough Money To Be Made In The WNBA

    There Simply Isn't Enough Money To Be Made In The WNBA
    We will argue Breanna Stewart and Jewell Loyd in the coming hours. We will argue over who is the better basketball player vs. who had the bigger impact on her college team. We'll argue who really deserves to be the national player of the year. ESPNW has...
  • UConn's Stewart 1st Team All-American; KML, Jefferson 2nd Team

    UConn's Stewart 1st Team All-American; KML, Jefferson 2nd Team
    It is awards season, and members of the UConn women's basketball team surely will be honored in a variety of ways this month. All of that is well and good, but there are other things to take care of, like winning a national title. This dominant team,...
  • UConn Women's All-Time All-America List

    Members of the UConn women's basketball team who have achieved All-America status (list privided by UConn): First Team Breanna Stewart, 2014-15 Breanna Stewart, 2013-14 Maya Moore, 2010-11 Tina Charles, 2009-10 Maya Moore, 2009-10 Maya...
  • Stewart, Huskies Skewer The Longhorns

    Stewart, Huskies Skewer The Longhorns
    ALBANY — There were stretches in the last 12 minutes of the first half and again in the first 10 minutes of the second half when all you could do was sit there, shake your head and wonder. Does it get any better than this? Can it get any better...
  • UConn's Stewart, Mosqueda-Lewis Finalists For Wade Trophy

    UConn's Stewart, Mosqueda-Lewis Finalists For Wade Trophy
    UConn women's stars Breanna Stewart and Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis are among 12 finalists for the Wade Trophy, given annually to the top Division I women's basketball player. Previous Huskies to win include Maya Moore (the only player to win three in a row),...
  • UConn Women Insider: Maya Moore Is A Real Jet-Setter

    UConn Women Insider: Maya Moore Is A Real Jet-Setter
    Maya Moore turns 26 in June, which proves again how fast time flies when you are traveling the world winning championships. She added another travel sticker this month by helping Shanxi win its third consecutive Women's Chinese Basketball Association...
  • Werth Center A Shining Symbol Of UConn's Success

    Werth Center A Shining Symbol Of UConn's Success
    STORRS — No one needs to remind Geno Auriemma how significant winning nine national championships in 20 years has been, although he sometimes wishes some of those who follow his team would understand they don't just hang off low branches waiting...
  • Three-Point Record Important To Mosqueda-Lewis

    Three-Point Record Important To Mosqueda-Lewis
    STORRS — Although the team goal of winning a 10th national championship is foremost in her mind, UConn senior Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis readily admits that she hopes to leave one more statistical remembrance of her All-America career before it all...
  • High School Hoops In Connecticut? Yep, Geno Has An Opinion

    High School Hoops In Connecticut? Yep, Geno Has An Opinion
    STORRS — Geno Auriemma is coach of the defending national college basketball champions. He remains coach of the Olympic gold medalists. Auriemma is also a Connecticut resident. And as the NCAA Division I women's tournament starts this weekend at...