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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Geno's Milestone Wins

    On Tuesday vs. Cincinnati at the XL Center, Geno Auriemma is expected to become the sixth Division I women's coach to reach 900 wins. He would be the fastest to reach the number. His milestone wins: 1: Nov. 23, 1985, vs. Iona 100: Dec. 31, 1990, vs....
  • Auriemma Can Get Win No. 900 Against Elliott, Cincy, Tuesday

    Auriemma Can Get Win No. 900 Against Elliott, Cincy, Tuesday
    It did not surprise Jamelle Elliott to hear that Geno Auriemma, her former coach and boss, would get his first chance to win his 900th game against Cincinnati, the team she has coached for six seasons. "The best part of playing a part in what...
  • Cardoza Offers Heartfelt Praise To Geno

     On Tuesday against Cincinnati, Geno Auriemma will attempt to win his 900th game when he again faces Jamelle Elliott, his former player and assistant coach.   On Jan. 25, the Huskies blasted the Bearcats, 96-31, at Fifth Third Arena. Ironically, he...
  • UConn Honors Seniors, Then Hammers Memphis, 87-24

    UConn Honors Seniors, Then Hammers Memphis, 87-24
    STORRS — There are your average game days. UConn has 30 of them this regular season. They carry the program purposely from November to March. But let's admit, it's been hard to tell one from the other since the predatory Huskysaurus started...
  • KML, Stokes Leave Great Accomplishments

     KML, Stokes Leave Great Accomplishments
    STORRS — While the players he greets on Senior Day change with the calendar, the basic emotion Geno Auriemma feels when the time comes for players to leave his program does not. "The key for seniors is do they get the kind of experience they...
  • For Mosqueda-Lewis, A Perfect Kind Of Senior Day

    For Mosqueda-Lewis, A Perfect Kind Of Senior Day
    STORRS — This would be the perfect afternoon for the perfect shooter. This was a Senior Day that Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis knew she would share with Kiah Stokes, but suddenly found herself sharing with her little brother. Xander, 4 years old, bow tie,...
  • Stokes Has Two Tough Guys, Both Father Figures, In Her Corner

    Stokes Has Two Tough Guys, Both Father Figures, In Her Corner
    STORRS — Kiah Stokes smiled mischievously when asked what she will say to Geno Auriemma when they hug at center court of Gampel Pavilion during Senior Day ceremonies Saturday. "Maybe that he probably couldn't wait for this day to happen," Stokes...
  • Numbers Might Be Down, But Stewart's Growth Impressive

    Numbers Might Be Down, But Stewart's Growth Impressive
    STORRS — This is not Breanna Stewart's time to wrap things up in what's already been a superlative collegiate career. On Saturday, UConn will hold Senior Day at Gampel Pavilion and say goodbye, in a ceremonial sense, to Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis and...
  • Playing To The Crowd: UConn Women Know They Are An Attraction

    Playing To The Crowd: UConn Women Know They Are An Attraction
    NEW ORLEANS — It's not unusual to hear professional athletes admit how compelled they are to perform because there might be someone in the stands who has come just to see them and might never have the chance again. Joe DiMaggio said it, Derek Jeter,...