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  • UConn Beats Syracuse, 87-62

    UConn Beats Syracuse, 87-62
    HARTFORD — For at least one Saturday afternoon, women's basketball returned big-time to an XL Center practically jammed pillar to post to see No. 3 UConn play Syracuse. It was reminiscent of a day when the program and the building rocked in...
  • No. 3 UConn Women Break It Open In Second Half, Rout No. 4 Duke

    No. 3 UConn Women Break It Open In Second Half, Rout No. 4 Duke
    It wouldn't be right to call UConn's domination of Duke an aberration. Their games have been too one-sided to say the phenomenon is a fluke. Let's just say it's been trending heavily. This trend certainly must be troubling to the Blue Devils, the...
  • UConn Falls To South Florida, 65-51

    UConn Falls To South Florida, 65-51
    In another twist to a UConn men's basketball season that's had a few of them, the Huskies worst loss of the season came against one of the worst teams in the Big East. Just a week after taking the best team in the league, Georgetown, to double OT, the...
  • UConn Mows Down Idaho, 105-37

    UConn Mows Down Idaho, 105-37
    The first sign that normalcy had returned to UConn was tied in a Windsor knot around Geno Auriemma's neck. It was a tie, the accessory strangely excluded from Auriemma's business attire during the Big East tournament. And Saturday's was a birthday tie;...
  • UConn Takes Control, Heads To Sweet 16 Again

    UConn Takes Control, Heads To Sweet 16 Again
    You figured Vanderbilt's hang time in Monday's NCAA Tournament second-round game would vastly surpass that of Idaho on Saturday. To put it into geographic context, the Commodores, despite multiple injuries, seemed as distant from the Vandals as...
  • UConn Puts The Hammer Down, Earns Sixth Straight Trip To Final Four

    UConn Puts The Hammer Down, Earns Sixth Straight Trip To Final Four
    What's basketball without hope that the stars might align to make it possible for the virtually impossible to occur? They did in Oklahoma City on Sunday night when Louisville, almost a 30-point underdog, dethroned defending national champion Baylor with...
  • Game-Changer: Ankle Injury's Lingering Effects Offered Chance To Mature As A Player

    Game-Changer: Ankle Injury's Lingering Effects Offered Chance To Mature As A Player
    Coming off an All-America sophomore year, Bria Hartley was primed to take another step forward last season. “Coming into training camp last September, I'd never seen anyone more ready than she looked,” UConn coach Geno Auriemma said. And...
  • RULES CHANGE Huskies Are Moving Off Easy Street, Road To Final Four Will No Longer Go Through Storrs

    RULES CHANGE<br>Huskies Are Moving Off Easy Street, Road To Final Four Will No Longer Go Through Storrs
    UConn's rise to the pinnacle of women's basketball is assuredly the result of the chain reaction that began with the hiring of Geno Auriemma by then-athletic director John Toner nearly 30 years ago. Auriemma's elixir has transformed UConn into a self-...
  • SHABAZZ NAPIER Neighborhood Lessons In Boston Started The Education Of A Point Guard

    SHABAZZ NAPIER<br>Neighborhood Lessons In Boston Started The Education Of A Point Guard
    STORRS — It was a field trip, which for some students is perhaps a license to tune out, lay low. Jason Irizarry took a group of UConn basketball players from his urban education class to one of the poorest districts in the United States, to the...
  • Napier's Triple-Double Leads Huskies Over Yale 80-62

    Napier's Triple-Double Leads Huskies Over Yale 80-62
    HARTFORD — Individual goals are not Shabazz Napier's thing, something he reminds interviewers again and again. But there are individual achievements that are emblematic of team play, unselfish play, and those are the ones that do interest the...
  • Round 1, Jan. 5: It's Notre's Game - Unlike The One With Stanford, This Matchup Delivered On Its Promises

    Truth is, women's basketball needed this. The Big East certainly needed it.  They needed a game to feel good about between national powers, archrivals, conference antagonists who pulsed and punched from start to finish.     They got it.     They...