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  • UConn's Shabazz Napier Named AAC Player Of The Year

    UConn's Shabazz Napier Named AAC Player Of The Year
    MEMPHIS — Shabazz Napier got the news Sunday and remained coy. He didn't even tell his mother. But he knew, and his UConn coaches and teammates knew, affirming what they believed all along: Napier was the American Athletic Conference player of...
  • 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...
  • Omar Calhoun Gets In A Groove As UConn Pounds Concordia

    Omar Calhoun Gets In A Groove As UConn Pounds Concordia
    — Two hours after Gampel Pavilion emptied last Wednesday, Omar Calhoun was still around. Still shooting. Still trying to figure things out. "I wasn't happy with how I looked on the court," said Calhoun, who is coming back from offseason surgery on...
  • UConn Defeats Southern 93-65 In Exhibition Season Opener

    STORRS – DeAndre Daniels was talking, Ryan Boatright was hitting open shots and Amida Brimah was batting the ball into the student section, prompting chants of "Am-ee-dah … Am-ee-dah." A new season is nearly here, and the UConn men's...
  • 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...
  • UConn Defeats Detroit, 101-55

    UConn Defeats Detroit, 101-55
    STORRS — This time, UConn made an easy victory look easy. And by the end of their 101-55 victory over the University of Detroit, the Huskies starters were on the bench, enjoying the finishing of their work, rooting for the walk-ons to score a...
  • DeAndre Daniels Left Open, Takes Advantage As Huskies Win

     DeAndre Daniels Left Open, Takes Advantage As Huskies Win
    STORRS — This wasn't what anyone saw coming. UConn was running away with it. The one player who had been struggling, DeAndre Daniels, had broken out and checked in for the season in a big way. But Boston University didn't get the memo, didn't melt...
  • College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon 2013 TV schedule

     
    College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon 2013 TV schedule: More than 24 hours of basketball is in store across ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU beginning Monday, Nov. 11, as the College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon ushers in the season. The schedule features 16 men’s games...
  • 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-...