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  • UConn Gets Encouraging News On KML

    HOUSTON — Sidelined with mononucleosis since before UConn's game at South Florida on Feb. 16, junior Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis is not with the team on its five-day trip to Texas. But coach Geno Auriemma said Saturday that her scheduled checkup on...
  • Bob Joyce: The Color Of UConn Basketball

    When Bob Joyce was a kid growing up in Bloomfield, he was so taken with sports and sports radio that he would do play-by-play on every game he watched or played, any sport, any time, as if he had a microphone in front of him. "It would drive people...
  • Co-Pilot For Geno Auriemma's UConn Milestone: Chris Dailey

    Co-Pilot For Geno Auriemma's UConn Milestone: Chris Dailey
    DALLAS — When Geno Auriemma coached his 1,000th game Saturday at Houston, another tidy 51-point win for No. 867 of his career, he did not do so alone. He was there with associate head coach Chris Dailey, who through better and worse has been there...
  • UConn Finds These Blowouts Challenging, Too

    UConn Finds These Blowouts Challenging, Too
    It would be generous to describe UConn's first season in the American Athletic Conference as competitive. The Huskies have won their first 15 conference games by an average of 38.9 points, a margin that might have cracked 40 had Louisville not fought...
  • UConn Beats SMU, 81-48

    DALLAS — After coaching his 1,000th UConn game Saturday at Houston, Geno Auriemma warned his audience not to start planning the 2,000th celebration. And how could you blame him? It would take time and energy to get there, things he likely won't...
  • Despite Another Easy Win, Depth Still A Concern For Auriemma

    DALLAS — UConn chartered home immediately after Tuesday's win at SMU, one that improved its record to 29-0 and 16-0 in the American Athletic Conference. And you could excuse the Huskies if they were a little tired. The plane was scheduled to land...
  • Mosqueda-Lewis Could Return For UConn-Rutgers Game Saturday

    Mosqueda-Lewis Could Return For UConn-Rutgers Game Saturday
    Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, UConn's All-American junior who missed four games because of mononucleosis, was back at practice Thursday. Coach Geno Auriemma said that she might play on senior day Saturday against Rutgers at Gampel Pavilion if things go well...
  • Your Mother Should Know: Ms. Hartley, Ms. Dolson Look Back

    Your Mother Should Know: Ms. Hartley, Ms. Dolson Look Back
    STORRS — Stefanie Dolson and Bria Hartley arrived at UConn four years ago with three other freshmen who all initially aspired to do their part to grow the program's legacy. On Saturday, senior day at Gampel Pavilion before No. 1 UConn plays Rutgers...
  • Dolson And Hartley Among Program's Finest

    STORRS — The raising of the uniform numbers of Stefanie Dolson and Bria Hartley to the Huskies of Honor Saturday put a symbolic bow on the All-American careers of two of the finest players in UConn women's basketball history. "There was never a...
  • UConn Overpowers Rutgers 72-35 On Senior Day

    UConn Overpowers Rutgers 72-35 On Senior Day
    STORRS — Senior days come and go, leaving a trail of tears, nostalgia and statistical minutiae in their wake. But they all have something else in common aside from emotional release. When they are over, they leave behind others to carry the...
  • UConn Vs. Louisville: Enjoying One Of The Last Rivalry Games

    UConn Vs. Louisville: Enjoying One Of The Last Rivalry Games
    STORRS — When Notre Dame left the Big East for the Atlantic Coast Conference after last season, it ended what was the most compelling series in women's college basketball. It also left UConn behind to fend for itself in the new American Athletic...