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  • Round 1, Jan. 5: It's Notre's Game - Unlike The One With Stanford, This Matchup Delivered On Its Promises

    Truth is, women's basketball needed this. The Big East certainly needed it.  They needed a game to feel good about between national powers, archrivals, conference antagonists who pulsed and punched from start to finish.     They got it.     They...
  • UConn Mows Down Idaho, 105-37

    UConn Mows Down Idaho, 105-37
    The first sign that normalcy had returned to UConn was tied in a Windsor knot around Geno Auriemma's neck. It was a tie, the accessory strangely excluded from Auriemma's business attire during the Big East tournament. And Saturday's was a birthday tie;...
  • UConn Turns Away Maryland, 76-50

    UConn Turns Away Maryland, 76-50
    BRIDGEPORT — Saturday's Sweet 16 game was expected to be the Bridgeport Regional's restaging of a winter battle between Eastern foes, only this time along the cusp of Long Island Sound on a warm, spring day. "We were talking about how physical the...
  • FRESHMAN CLASS: UConn Restocking The Shelves With 3 Impressive Newcomers

    There is a small refrigerator in the women's basketball locker room at Gampel Pavilion that frequently needs to be replenished. Athletes tend to get thirsty after one of those famous Geno Auriemma practices. And the job of restocking it falls to a...
  • UNIFORM NUMBERS: Why The Husky Players Chose To Wear A Certain One

    What's in a number? Well, apparently it depends on what number and how attached a player has become to wearing it during their careers. When Renee Montgomery played for the UConn women she wore No. 20 and then put it on again when the WNBA's Minnesota...
  • 2011-12 REVIEW: Final Four Appearance Not Enough For UConn Women

    STORRS – There isn't much difference between the fervant fans of the Yankees, Dallas Cowboys or UConn women's basketball programs. Winning championships is at heart of the process. That's why UConn hasn't scored a moral victory since 1991, the year...
  • UConn Rolls Against Texas A&M

    UConn Rolls Against Texas A&M
    — Like a prized baker in his kitchen, Geno Auriemma uses the same recipe every year in the hopes of making something worthy of his discriminating taste. It's in the repetition: meshing, adjusting, cajoling and convincing them to defeat...
  • UConn Women Open Paradise Jam With 95-34 Win Over Wake Forest

    UConn Women Open Paradise Jam With 95-34 Win Over Wake Forest
    During the long recovery from her severe left ankle sprain in late August, UConn junior Bria Hartley could feel herself tickled at times by playful teammates and coaches. The idea was to keep the mood light as Hartley recovered. She was stressed about...
  • UConn Overwhelms Marist, 81-39

    UConn Overwhelms Marist, 81-39
    After three leisurely days on the island, Geno Auriemma pulled up a little on the recreational reins before UConn played its Paradise Jam opener this week. The fun and sun was cut back on Thursday so the team would be rested and ready for some run and...
  • UConn Women Beat Colgate, 101-41

    UConn Women Beat Colgate, 101-41
    — UConn fans have counted seven national championships and a dozen Final Four appearances since 1995. Still, there have been times when coach Geno Auriemma hasn't been able to count to past seven looking for players capable of giving him what he...
  • UConn Women Beat Hartford, But A Boost For Hawks Program

    UConn Women Beat Hartford, But A Boost For Hawks Program
    This was never really about the final score. If it was, UConn's 102-45 win over Hartford at Chase Family Arena would have diminished what the day really was about. And it didn't. "I said before the game that I believed this would be a win-win...