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  • No One Will Influence KML's March To 393 But Her

    While UConn pursues its 10th national championship over the next month, the focus of the Huskies – and their coaches - will naturally be centered on team goals. But for senior Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, the greatest three-point shooter in UConn&...
  • 5 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: Nurse Has More Than A Passing Chance

    5 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: Nurse Has More Than A Passing Chance
    Every game is a learning experience, for those who play and those who watch. Here's what we learned after the UConn women's 93-34 win over Cincinnati at Mohegan Sun Arena in the American Athletic Conference quarterfinals on Saturday: 1. Nursing a...
  • 30 Wins? UConn Does It Again

    30 Wins? UConn Does It Again
    UNCASVILLE — Geno Auriemma's face lit up when we started talking about Yale's victory at Harvard on Friday night. The hot, sold-out gym … the fans so close, so loud … the Harvard kids yelling "Safety School!" at the Yale kids …...
  • Auriemma Wonders Why Teams Get Away With Pounding Stewart

    Auriemma Wonders Why Teams Get Away With Pounding Stewart
    UNCASVILLE — As UConn prepares to defend its American Athletic Conference Tournament championship Saturday, one of the key operative words for the nation's No. 1 team is preservation. With their players in possession of most of the conference's...
  • UConn's Stewart, Nurse And Auriemma Earn AAC Honors

    UConn's Stewart, Nurse And Auriemma Earn AAC Honors
    UNCASVILLE — UConn's command of the American Athletic Conference resulted in a winning margin in 18 regular season victories by an average of 48.7 points. On Friday, that domination, which has made the Huskies the consensus top-ranked team again,...
  • Mohegan Sun Becoming The Mecca Of Women's Basketball

    Mohegan Sun Becoming The Mecca Of Women's Basketball
    There was a time not so long ago, and it lasted for 10 years, when Geno Auriemma would hear, with an ever-increasing tone of frustration, how much some Big East coaches detested playing its postseason tournament at the XL Center. It had nothing to do...
  • Stokes Top AAC Defender; Four Huskies Named To First Team

    Stokes Top AAC Defender; Four Huskies Named To First Team
    There has never been any doubt that Kiah Stokes is a gifted athlete. Her body seems factory-made for basketball — long arms, longer legs, squared, muscular shoulders. And one thing is certain: UConn has never had a greater shot-blocker, certainly...
  • UConn Women's Insider: Will KML Make A Good Pro? We Ask Geno

    UConn Women's Insider: Will KML Make A Good Pro? We Ask Geno
    On April 16 at the Mohegan Sun Arena — apparently now the world's Coliseum of women's basketball — WNBA executives are going to put up or shut up as it relates to Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, the greatest three-pointer shooter in UConn history....
  • Perfect AAC Ending For Everyone But Auriemma

    Perfect AAC Ending For Everyone But Auriemma
    TAMPA, Fla. — Another thrill ride through 18 games in the American Athletic Conference season, punctuated by the exclamation mark of a winning margin of 48.7 points, has escorted UConn to its customary early March launching pad. Yes, another...
  • UConn Women Close Regular Season, Squeak By USF, 88-65

    UConn Women Close Regular Season, Squeak By USF, 88-65
    TAMPA, Fla. – Back in the day, as Geno Auriemma would say, UConn's regular season always ended with a crescendo. There was Notre Dame, until the Irish left the Big East. Then there was Louisville, until the Cardinals bolted the American Athletic...
  • Auriemma Never Knows What He'll Get With Gabby Williams

    Auriemma Never Knows What He'll Get With Gabby Williams
    TAMPA, Fla. – As just about every freshman who plays college basketball discovers, the season has a tendency to pound them down once January turns to February. Juniors Breanna Stewart and Moriah Jefferson suffered through it two years ago. And...