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  • Huskies Dismiss SMU, 96-45

    Huskies Dismiss SMU, 96-45
    HARTFORD — For the first nine games this season, Moriah Jefferson seemed a step behind, tough to imagine for someone so instinctive and quick. The determination, confidence — the acceleration — that characterized her performance last...
  • Auriemma's Winning Percentage Now Highest In Women's Basketball

     Auriemma's Winning Percentage Now Highest In Women's Basketball
    HARTFORD — Geno Auriemma is literally on top of the women's college basketball world following Saturday's win over SMU at the XL Center. The victory, UConn's eighth straight, made Auriemma the all-time leader in winning percentage in the history...
  • UConn And Tennessee: Time To Renew Women's Basketball Rivalry

    UConn And Tennessee: Time To Renew Women's Basketball Rivalry
    The pen of women's basketball history is in Geno Auriemma's hand now. The UConn-Tennessee rivalry didn't invent the sport, but it sure as hell made the sport. And when Pat Summitt showed a coward's wisdom in 2007 by ending the greatest series in women's...
  • Mosqueda-Lewis Moves Into 2nd Place For Three-Pointers

    Mosqueda-Lewis Moves Into 2nd Place For Three-Pointers
    HARTFORD —In her first regular-season game as a UConn freshman against Holy Cross on Nov. 13, 2011, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis missed each of her seven three-point attempts in a 28-minute performance that yielded just seven points. The trouble...
  • UConn Women Pull Away From No. 10 Duke

    UConn Women Pull Away From No. 10 Duke
    HARTFORD — Over the course of the past eight years, Geno Auriemma has watched conference and nonconference rivals come and eventually go. Those that leave his schedule voluntarily are the ones the UConn coach seems particularly interested in....
  • UConn Women Play East Carolina For First Time

    UConn Women Play East Carolina For First Time
    GREENVILLE, N.C. – As a means of introduction to the UConn way, East Carolina, who the Huskies play for the first time Wednesday, might be interested in knowing the champion's intensity comes as much from obligation to perform as it does from desire...
  • Ekmark Begins Her Scoring Career

    Ekmark Begins Her Scoring Career
    GREENVILLE, N.C. — After missing nine games with a stress reaction in her right foot, freshman Courtney Ekmark returned Wednesday against East Carolina and scored the first basket of her career with 13:30 to play in the game on a backdoor layup....
  • 5 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: Huskies Can Be Half Bad

    5 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: Huskies Can Be Half Bad
    Every game is a learning experience, for those who play and those who watch. Here's what we learned after the UConn women's 89-38 win over East Carolina in Greenville, N.C., Wednesday: 1. Finally after all these years: Well, after 1,012 games and 2,...
  • With Assist From Teammates, Huskies' Jefferson Back On Track

    With Assist From Teammates, Huskies' Jefferson Back On Track
    GREENVILLE, N.C. — Playing basketball for Geno Auriemma and UConn requires as much brainpower as talent. Succeeding is likely even more dependent on a strong mind, considering how important the power of positive thinking can be. "Your mind plays...
  • Auriemma Pleased Huskies Were Able To Deliver Knockout Punch

    Auriemma Pleased Huskies Were Able To Deliver Knockout Punch
    ESTERO, Fla. – For nearly the first 15 minutes of Sunday's Gulf Coast Showcase championship game, UConn and Wisconsin-Green Bay were locked in the embrace boxers call a clinch. The teams were in the middle of the ring, in this case the chilled...
  • Geno Auriemma Remembers His Days As General Patton

    Geno Auriemma Remembers His Days As General Patton
      It’s entirely unlikely the tidy world of women’s college basketball knew what was in store for it on March 2, 1995 when the ground floor for UConn’s castle in the cornfield was laid at the Target Center in Minneapolis.      After...