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  • Be True To Your School: Napier, Giffey, Olander Stick It Out

    Be True To Your School: Napier, Giffey, Olander Stick It Out
    ARLINGTON, Texas — The foundation was shaking under the UConn basketball program and players were fleeing. Facing a postseason ban because it failed to meet NCAA academic standards, UConn saw Alex Oriakhi, Roscoe Smith, and Michael Bradley...
  • UConn-Stanford: The Last Time They Met

    UConn and Stanford met Nov. 11 at Gampel Pavilion with the Huskies winning, 76-57. The Game Stanford, No. 3 at the time, was no match. Kiah Stokes had a double-double (10 points, 13 rebounds) and six blocked shots. ... Morgan Tuck scored 11. Stokes is...
  • March 15, Where It All Started [We Know The One Team UConn Can't Beat]

    March 15, Where It All Started [We Know The One Team UConn Can't Beat]
    In this column that appeared in The Courant on March 16, 2014 - after UConn's loss to Louisville in the AAC tournament final - columnist Jeff Jacobs went out on a limb. Read on! MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The basketball ended up in Montrezl Harrell's...
  • Huskies Get A Workout Against Cardinals' Zone

    MEMPHIS — The game had broken down, the Huskies were down by 20, so only so much can be read into it. But it was a good chance for the Huskies to get more work against Louisville's zone defense, with it's pressure and match-up properties. In that...
  • Feeling Good: UConn Women Healthy Going Into NCAA Tournament

    Feeling Good: UConn Women Healthy Going Into NCAA Tournament
    STORRS — Aside from the inevitable personnel changes, there is something else that distinguishes this UConn team from the one that won the national championship last season. These Huskies enter the NCAA Tournament reasonably healthy. That wasn't...
  • Jim Calhoun: 'I Have Not Talked To Any School'

    Jim Calhoun: 'I Have Not Talked To Any School'
    BUFFALO, N.Y. – This is the first time in 35 years the Huskies are playing in the NCAA Tournament without Jim Calhoun on their sideline. But that has not stopped the retired coach from attracting attention. ESPN reported Friday that "multiple...
  • Looking Inside The NCAA Tournament Women's Bracket

    Now that the men have had their opening-round fun, the NCAA Division I women's basketball tournament gets its start Saturday with 16 games across the land. UConn opens defense of its title Sunday at Gampel Pavilion against Prairie View at 8. Here are 10...
  • Capsule Preview: No. 16 Prairie View Vs. No. 1 UConn

    Site: Gampel Pavilion Time: 8 p.m. TV: ESPN (Dave O'Brien and Deb Antonelli) Radio: WTIC-AM 1080, WILI-AM 1400 (Bob Joyce and Debbie Fiske) Series history: UConn, 1-0 Last meeting: UConn, 83-47, March 17, 2012, NCAA Tournament first round at...
  • It's The Home Stretch In The Quest For Ninth Championship

    STORRS — It's practically impossible to stroll the grounds surrounding UConn women's basketball without bumping into some kind of milestone. This season's landmark stands at the final destination of a postseason trip that begins Sunday against No....
  • 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-...