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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • UConn Defeats Louisville, 93-60

    After all the years and countless milestones, it's hardly possible for UConn to bounce a pass anymore without making history.     Geno Auriemma, the master craftsman, and his series of master classes, have become to their sport what Howard Johnson was to...
  • Our View: Huskies Reach The Summit

    Somehow, they did it again. Coach Geno Auriemma and his University of Connecticut women's basketball team weren't supposed to win the NCAA National Championship in 2013. This was supposed to be a rebuilding year, defined at UConn as only going to the...
  • UConn Women: Franklin Pierce Takes Preseason Pounding

    UConn Women: Franklin Pierce Takes Preseason Pounding
    Coming off the second consecutive undefeated national championship, UConn Nation was, of course, giddy with anticipation about what the 2010-11 season would bring for the women's basketball team. No more Tina Charles or Kalana Greene, remember. But...
  • Nov. 16, 2010: And By One. No. 1 Huskies Rally From Eight Down, Escape With Win

    Nov. 16, 2010: And By One. No. 1 Huskies Rally From Eight Down, Escape With Win
    HARTFORD -- Perhaps in two years, when she's a senior and set to begin her WNBA career, Brittney Griner and Geno Auriemma can talk about how they worked together to bring the USA gold at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Griner, Baylor's 6-foot-8...
  • UConn Women Game 12: Extending The Streak At Pacific

    UConn Women Game 12: Extending The Streak At Pacific
    With the NCAA Division I record for consecutive victories tucked away, the UConn women headed to California for a quick trip that would eventually alter history. It began in Stockton, of all places. By JOHN ALTAVILLA jaltavilla@courant.com STOCKTON,...