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Geno Auriemma

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  • Moriah Jefferson The All-American?

    As UConn (16-1, 6-0) prepares to play Central Florida on Wednesday, Moriah Jefferson has been in the midst of a statistical whirlwind that has propelled her into the forefront of All-American consideration. At the same time, it has obliterated any...
  • Auriemma On Messages Sent And A Golf Game With Dean Smith

    Auriemma On Messages Sent And A Golf Game With Dean Smith
    STORRS — Breanna Stewart, the best player in America, was talking about messages. The message Geno Auriemma sent Morgan Tuck, Kiah Stokes and Stewart with love not-so-tender in Elvis Presley's hometown Saturday. The message the three intended to...
  • No. 1 South Carolina Gets Its Chance Tonight Vs. No. 2 UConn

    STORRS — South Carolina plays the most important women's basketball game in its history Monday at Gampel Pavilion. There can be no doubt about that. Think back 20 years to the frenzy surrounding UConn's wrangle with iconic Tennessee on Jan. 16,...
  • As South Florida Rises, Coach Says: 'Our Kids Believe'

     As South Florida Rises, Coach Says: 'Our Kids Believe'
    STORRS — There must be times when Jose Fernandez wonders when his time will come, when the close calls and sympathetic texts from friends will give way to the marquee he's worked so hard to illuminate in his 15 seasons at South Florida. "We're not...
  • Huskies Facing 'The Great Unknown'

    Huskies Facing 'The Great Unknown'
    MEMPHIS — Among the phenomena Geno Auriemma has adapted to during his last 20 years at UConn has been the possible impact of approaching storms. As for Monday at Gampel Pavilion, it's not about how much snow will fall, but how much consequence...
  • Huskies Take Control After Slow Start

    Huskies Take Control After Slow Start
    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Perhaps with another team in another league in another era, this game would have been considered a trap for UConn. A trap game is one taken less seriously than what's coming next. Or more simply stated, a game just not cool enough...
  • What Happens Monday Not New To Staley

    South Carolina plays the most important women’s basketball game in its history Monday at Gampel Pavilion. There can be no doubt about that.    Think back 20 years to the frenzy surrounding UConn’s wrangle with iconic Tennessee on Jan. 16,...
  • 5 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: Even The Best Can't Escape Geno's Wrath

    5 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: Even The Best Can't Escape Geno's Wrath
    Every game is a learning experience, for those who play and those who watch. Here's what we learned after the UConn women's 80-34 win over Memphis at FedEx Forum on Saturday: 1. Don’t mess with the plan: Geno Auriemma was not happy that UConn...
  • Geno Auriemma On Meeting Dean Smith For First Time

    Geno Auriemma On Meeting Dean Smith For First Time
    UConn women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma got to know Dean Smith through their mutual love for golf. On Sunday, he remembered the first time he met the University of North Carolina men's basketball coach, who died Saturday. It was through an...
  • Looking Back At UConn's Perfect Season And Tonya Cardoza

    Over the course of the season, The Courant will look back at the coaches and players who were a part of UConn's first national championship team 20 years ago (1994-95 season). After the end of her playing career at Virginia in 1991, and one winter in...
  • Auriemma send 2 stars to bench early in the game, No. 2 UConn women beat Memphis 80-34

    Coach Geno Auriemma didn't like the way No. 2 Connecticut opened the game against Memphis, so he sent a message — sitting his two best players the bulk of the game. The benching of Breanna Stewart and Morgan Tuck left it up to the Huskies'...