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Geno Auriemma

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  • No Matter Where They Play, The Huskies Will Be Tough To Beat

    No Matter Where They Play, The Huskies Will Be Tough To Beat
    UNCASVILLE — Greatness has no boundaries. Greatness needs no favors. As the UConn women pulled further and further away from an over-matched No. 3 Louisville women's basketball team on Monday night at Mohegan Sun Arena it grew more and more...
  • What's Next For The XL Center?

    What's Next For The XL Center?
    I have no answer. I'm going to ask the question, anyway. If the forces that oppose the Rock Cats' move to Hartford in what has become a daily food fight are able to kill the $60 million stadium deal, will it enhance or diminish the chances of getting...
  • UConn Reunion At Mohegan Sun

    UConn Reunion At Mohegan Sun
    UNCASVILLE — The 5,014 Sun fans gave Kara Lawson a decidedly mixed reaction upon her return to Mohegan Sun Arena Thursday night. Although Lawson had nothing bad to say about anybody after the Mystics beat the Sun 74-66, it was no secret that she was...
  • UConn's Dominance Shows It Deserves A Bigger Stage

    UConn's Dominance Shows It Deserves A Bigger Stage
    NASHVILLE — Numbers are thrown around faster than crumpled up brackets this time of year. Call it one-and-done or, as John Calipari, with the propriety of a snake oil salesman, calls it, "succeed and proceed." Whatever term you choose, Kentucky will...
  • Shoni Schimmel's Bark Exceeds Louisville's Bite

    Shoni Schimmel's Bark Exceeds Louisville's Bite
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Maybe it was the magic of the pre-game ceremonies on Senior Night. Maybe it was the lingering magic of shocking Baylor in the Sweet Sixteen last March. Whatever it was, the words came out of Shoni Schimmel's mouth after...
  • This Won't Be Last Time Rumors Of Ollie's Departure Surface

    This Won't Be Last Time Rumors Of Ollie's Departure Surface
    There is no doubt. Kevin Ollie is a UConn guy. Kevin Ollie is an NBA guy. The more profound question as we await a formal announcement on a new five-year contract for the coach of the basketball national champions is this: Is Kevin Ollie a college guy?...
  • Sue Bird On Anne Donovan, Aging And The Big Picture

    Sue Bird On Anne Donovan, Aging And The Big Picture
    UNCASVILLE — She was gone by dawn. Sue Bird had a chance to see Geno Auriemma's wife, Kathy, and their family. She saw Maria Conlon and Morgan Valley. And, pffft, just liked that after winless Seattle lost 71-59 to the Sun on Friday night, Bird...
  • In the Wake of the Web: Haugh on Castro, Conte, Notre Dame-Michigan

    For openers… Speculation about Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro’s future practically began before the swelling in his left ankle subsided. Castro likely will miss the rest of the season after suffering a high ankle sprain Tuesday...
  • School That Tattled On Geno Is As Slimy And Pathetic As NCAA

    School That Tattled On Geno Is As Slimy And Pathetic As NCAA
    The pathetic part is that the school that complained about Geno Auriemma's making a phone call to congratulate Little League pitcher Mo'ne Davis somehow will feel validated by the NCAA decision to slap UConn with a secondary rules violation. The pathetic...
  • Apprentice rider Ritvo wins at Laurel Park in his first race in Maryland

    Apprentice rider Ritvo wins at Laurel Park in his first race in Maryland
    Et cetera Apprentice rider Ritvo wins at Laurel Park in his first race in Maryland Apprentice rider Michael Ritvo guided Winter Lady to victory in the eighth race at Laurel Park on Friday on his first Maryland mount. Ritvo, 20, who moved his tack from...
  • Duke Coach K isn’t greater than Geno Auriemma and Pat Summitt

     
    There is no doubt Mike Krzyzewski is one of the top 10 greatest college basketball coaches of all-time. But if he is leap frogged into the No. 2 spot, is that a direct slap in the face of women's basketball?...