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  • As UConn Women Regain No. 1 Spot, Chong Emerging As Player

    As UConn Women Regain No. 1 Spot, Chong Emerging As Player
    STORRS – UConn returned Monday to the top of The Associated Press Top 25 for the first time since its loss to Stanford on Nov. 17 ended a 47-game winning streak. And also on Monday, Moriah Jefferson was selected player of the week in the...
  • UConn's Coach Auriemma Expands His Restaurant Empire With Second Geno's Grille

    UConn's Coach Auriemma Expands His Restaurant Empire With Second Geno's Grille
    UConn women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma applies the same philosophy to his growing restaurant business as he does to his iconic coaching career. "The people around you help you be successful," says Auriemma, 60, who recently opened another of his...
  • Remembering The UConn Team That Changed Women's Basketball

    Remembering The UConn Team That Changed Women's Basketball
    STORRS — They looked up at the video board, looked at each other and asked each other the same question. "Rebecca's like, 'It has been 20 years? That's crazy!'" Kara Wolters said. Outside Gampel Pavilion on Saturday an imperfect storm swept...
  • 5 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: Tuck's Contributions Earn Coach's Praise

    5 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: Tuck's Contributions Earn Coach's Praise
    Every game is a learning experience, for those who play and those who watch. Here's what we learned after the UConn women's 87-39 win over Tulane at Gampel Pavilion on Saturday: 1. It's Tuck’s time:¬†UConn coacch Geno Auriemma swerved out of his...
  • They Changed The Game

    They Changed The Game
    UConn's first national championship team celebrated the 20th anniversary of the year women's basketball was changed forever. The 1994-95 Huskies were 35-0. STORRS — There was a nostalgic touch to halftime of Saturday's UConn-Tulane game at...
  • UConn Women Have No Trouble With Tulane

    UConn Women Have No Trouble With Tulane
    STORRS — National champions are people, too. Geno Auriemma knows the players on his nine title-winning teams naturally love to feel special. And what helps make them feel really nice is thinking their former coach believes they were the best and...
  • UConn's Auriemma Looks For More From His Bench

    UConn's Auriemma Looks For More From His Bench
    HARTFORD — After Sunday's win against St. John's, coach Geno Auriemma used his humor to soften a blow that he was delivering about the lack of production from his bench. "I like where the bench is," Auriemma said. "If it was anyhere else, I...
  • Geno's Grille Set To Open In Southington

    Geno's Grille Set To Open In Southington
    While UConn head women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma and his team were beating St. John's in the Maggie Dixon Classic in New York City Sunday, son Michael Auriemma, was also at work, giving friends and family a sneak peek at his dad's newest...
  • Huskies Topple Tulsa; KML Ties Taurasi

    Huskies Topple Tulsa; KML Ties Taurasi
    HARTFORD — For someone who has built his legacy setting records, Geno Auriemma really has little time for them during the season, especially when the focus of outsiders on their pursuit obscures his vision of what's important. After nine...
  • UConn Women Make A No. 1 Statement Against South Carolina

    UConn Women Make A No. 1 Statement Against South Carolina
    STORRS – You may have heard pressure can make footballs do crazy things, some predictable, some not, depending on how you handle them. Well, the same goes double for college basketball players. Coaches can pump them up or deflate them, depending...
  • Geno Says Players Come To UConn For Big Games Like Monday

    Geno Says Players Come To UConn For Big Games Like Monday
    STORRS — When Geno Auriemma has been asked about entering a season as defending national champion, he always says he doesn't look at it in the chronological sense. That's because Auriemma understands how the nature of life affects his program....