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  • Mosqueda-Lewis, Stokes Could Be On Sun's Radar For WNBA Draft

    Mosqueda-Lewis, Stokes Could Be On Sun's Radar For WNBA Draft
    UNCASVILLE — Under normal circumstances, holding the third and fourth draft picks in the first round would seem to be a great opportunity to turn a team around. But the 2015 WNBA draft does not appear to be a stellar one, certainly not the variety...
  • Auriemma Sees Early Games As A Test Drive For Players

    Auriemma Sees Early Games As A Test Drive For Players
    ESTERO, Fla. – Geno Auriemma can really spin metaphors. And when asked this week what he thought of his team after three games, he pulled another out of his verbal garage and took it for a long drive. "This is going to be a long road," Auriemma...
  • Training Camp Over, UConn Ready To Turn It Up Vs. UC Davis

     Training Camp Over, UConn Ready To Turn It Up Vs. UC Davis
    DAVIS, Calif. – The more Geno Auriemma has won in 29 seasons at UConn, the more he has enjoyed it. And really, how much more fun does someone need after nine national championships since 1994-95? But what Auriemma really loves is practice. That's...
  • UConn Women Sweep: AAC Preseason No.1, Stewart Top Player, Nurse Top Rookie

     UConn Women Sweep: AAC Preseason No.1, Stewart Top Player, Nurse Top Rookie
    NEW YORK – On the way to a 40-0 record and its second straight national championship in women's basketball last season, UConn had its way in the American Athletic Conference. The Huskies were 18-0, winning by an average of 37.4 points. This...
  • UConn Women 2015-16

    The commitment of Katie Lou Samuelson, California's Gatorade player of the year as a high school junior at Mater Dei last season, sets UConn up with a truly dynamic top 12 players for next season. Here's a look at the potential Husky roster on opening...
  • More Than Anything, Geno Demands Sweat From UConn Women

    More Than Anything, Geno Demands Sweat From UConn Women
    NASHVILLE — Large margins of victory have been commonplace for the UConn women this season, bringing them to the Final Four in Nashville unbeaten and essentially unchallenged. Yet, just as common is this: No matter how large the UConn lead might...
  • Feeling Good: UConn Women Healthy Going Into NCAA Tournament

    Feeling Good: UConn Women Healthy Going Into NCAA Tournament
    STORRS — Aside from the inevitable personnel changes, there is something else that distinguishes this UConn team from the one that won the national championship last season. These Huskies enter the NCAA Tournament reasonably healthy. That wasn't...
  • UConn's Dolson, Hartley, Jefferson, Stewart On AAC First Team

    UConn's Dolson, Hartley, Jefferson, Stewart On AAC First Team
    After sweeping through the first regular season in American Athletic Conference history, No. 1 UConn took home several awards Thursday. Seniors Stefanie Dolson and Bria Hartley and sophomores Moriah Jefferson and Breanna Stewart were named to the AAC's...
  • Despite Another Easy Win, Depth Still A Concern For Auriemma

    DALLAS — UConn chartered home immediately after Tuesday's win at SMU, one that improved its record to 29-0 and 16-0 in the American Athletic Conference. And you could excuse the Huskies if they were a little tired. The plane was scheduled to land...
  • Auriemma Being Careful With Jefferson

    DALLAS – The idea that injuries can end a team's dream is not theoretical. Duke's chance of winning the national championship is now greatly diminished by the loss of both starting guards, Chelsea Gray and Alexis Jones to season-ending knee...
  • UConn Breezes Past Central Florida, 83-35

     UConn Breezes Past Central Florida, 83-35
    HARTFORD — Through the years, the restaurants, the 999 games and eight national championships, Geno Auriemma has been unwavering about the value of individual statistics. It's not that he dislikes them; of course, he does. Add them up, they...