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  • 2012-13 UConn Women's Basketball Schedule

    2012-13 UConn Women's Basketball Schedule
    November 2: Indiana University (Pa.), exhibition, Gampel Pavilion, W, 105-28 7: Holy Family, exhibition, XL Center, W, 119-50 11: College of Charleston, Gampel Pavilion, W, 103-39 18: at Texas A&M, W, 81-50 22: Wake Forest at Paradise Jam, U.S....
  • UConn Has No Trouble Against Indiana (Pa.), 105-28

    UConn Has No Trouble Against Indiana (Pa.), 105-28
    STORRS — A season of promise began with a pledge to the UConn women's fan base about how it might eventually play out. Friday's preseason opener at Gampel Pavilion wasn't about the opponent. Indiana (Pa.) proved as competitive as some of the low-...
  • Breanna Stewart's Debut Is A Hit As UConn Dominates

    Breanna Stewart's Debut Is A Hit As UConn Dominates
    — The most startling facet of the preseason for the No. 2 UConn women was the realization that not one of their 224 points came from All-America Bria Hartley. Hartley is out with a badly sprained ankle, her return date undetermined. And yet,...
  • Jim Calhoun Timeline: The Career Of A Hall Of Fame Coach

    Born: May 10, 1942 in Braintree, Mass. Family: Wife Pat, sons James and Jeffrey, six grandchildren Education: American International College (1968); Braintree High School (1960) Head Coaching Career: Old Lyme (CT) High School – 1968-69 Westport...
  • Time For Jim Calhoun To Take A (Back) Seat At UConn

    Jim Calhoun walked off the court at Gampel Pavilion, down a tunnel, through the heavy set of doors and into the hallways of a building he is accustomed to navigating with great energy and purpose. From an office decorated with symbols of his success,...
  • Notebook: Pat Calhoun Wondered If This Day Would Ever Arrive

    — Jim Calhoun was still playing basketball when he married Pat 46 years ago and their life together has been defined by the game. There was his time coaching in high school before he ascended to a college job in 1972. For more than 40 years, the...
  • New Coach Will Have Familiar Cast Of Assistants

    STORRS — There will be a new man in command in "The Bunker," but the supporting cast will remain the same. "I've got the best staff in America," said Kevin Ollie, UConn's new men's basketball coach, looking out at his assistants. "And guys, we're...
  • UConn Opens With Victory In Exhibition Game Against AIC, 78-63

    UConn Opens With Victory In Exhibition Game Against AIC, 78-63
    Before Kevin Ollie walked out onto Gampel Pavilion, George Blaney handed him a little note that said, "Enjoy it." Ollie took his time. He walked out slowly, his staff behind him to a warm round of cheers. "I don't know if I enjoyed it," he said. "When...
  • No Letdown In Huskies' 67-49 Win Over Vermont

    No Letdown In Huskies' 67-49 Win Over Vermont
    The Huskies held up their end. No jet lag, no letdown, no excuses. They just punched in and conducted business rather briskly on Tuesday night, beating Vermont 67-49 before 7,963 in their home opener at Gampel Pavilion. "This was a grind-it-out game,"...
  • UConn Men Use Strong Second Half To Top Stony Brook, 73-62

    UConn Men Use Strong Second Half To Top Stony Brook, 73-62
    – There is no reason to believe otherwise — what UConn achieves in men's basketball this season will come with great effort and resourcefulness. One player is shut down, or injured, another must step in. One element doesn't work, another way...
  • Shabazz Takes Over Offensively Challenged Game

    Shabazz Takes Over Offensively Challenged Game
    Shabazz Napier is a player who wants to take the important shots, and on Sunday, no one could blame him. His teammates were missing three out of every four, so when Napier found open space a few feet behind the three-point arc, he launched them....