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  • If Indiana Chooses To Exclude, Let's Exclude It From Sports

    If Indiana Chooses To Exclude, Let's Exclude It From Sports
    ALBANY — The year was 1985 and the NCAA women's Final Four was in Austin. Geno Auriemma remembers arriving at the University of Texas, looking around and thinking, "They have buildings bigger than our campus. It's another world." Auriemma was...
  • Stewart, Huskies Skewer The Longhorns

    Stewart, Huskies Skewer The Longhorns
    ALBANY — There were stretches in the last 12 minutes of the first half and again in the first 10 minutes of the second half when all you could do was sit there, shake your head and wonder. Does it get any better than this? Can it get any better...
  • Blame Is Shared For Thin Crowd At KML Gampel Finale

    Blame Is Shared For Thin Crowd At KML Gampel Finale
    STORRS — On her final night at Gampel Pavilion, the great sharpshooter, the greatest in the history of women's college basketball, hit five more three-pointers. Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis has 386 threes for her career now and is seven from setting the...
  • Tuck Proves That UConn Will Be OK When Stewart Is Out

    Tuck Proves That UConn Will Be OK When Stewart Is Out
    STORRS — If there is a recipe for success against the best women's college basketball team in the country, this wasn't a bad first ingredient. Rutgers, unafraid at Gampel Pavilion, was physical and aggressive in its NCAA Tournament game against...
  • Williams Provided Spark When Needed

    Williams Provided Spark When Needed
    STORRS — It was midway through the first half and UConn's lead over Rutgers was shrinking. The Scarlet Knights scored six unanswered points, were within five points of the Huskies and were deploying a physical approach that seemingly was working....
  • Mosqueda-Lewis Shoots UConn Into Sweet 16

    Mosqueda-Lewis Shoots UConn Into Sweet 16
    STORRS — If he has said it once, Geno Auriemma has said it 913 times, even before Monday's second-round NCAA Tournament game against Rutgers at Gampel Pavilion. To paraphrase: If you don't think you can beat UConn, you're done before the bus...
  • Werth Center A Shining Symbol Of UConn's Success

    Werth Center A Shining Symbol Of UConn's Success
    STORRS — No one needs to remind Geno Auriemma how significant winning nine national championships in 20 years has been, although he sometimes wishes some of those who follow his team would understand they don't just hang off low branches waiting...
  • Rutgers Works To Return To UConn's Level

    Rutgers Works To Return To UConn's Level
    STORRS — Before Saturday night, the last NCAA Tournament appearance was three years ago, the last tournament victory was four years ago, and the last time Rutgers was truly a star on the national women's basketball stage was eight years ago....
  • Geno Auriemma Finds Time For Kid Who Grew Up On UConn

    Geno Auriemma Finds Time For Kid Who Grew Up On UConn
    In the haze created by his national persona, it sometimes gets lost that Geno Auriemma, and his nine-time national championship program, is the still the subject of many schoolgirl crushes right here in Connecticut. There is no way to tell just how many...
  • High School Hoops In Connecticut? Yep, Geno Has An Opinion

    High School Hoops In Connecticut? Yep, Geno Has An Opinion
    STORRS — Geno Auriemma is coach of the defending national college basketball champions. He remains coach of the Olympic gold medalists. Auriemma is also a Connecticut resident. And as the NCAA Division I women's tournament starts this weekend at...
  • St. Francis Should Have Its Hands Full With Well-Rested UConn

    St. Francis Should Have Its Hands Full With Well-Rested UConn
    STORRS — Being a student athlete is tough enough for most kids without the added pressure placed on those who play women's basketball for UConn. Accomplishments considered historic by some, like Saturday's first NCAA Tournament game ever for St....