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Kevin Ollie

Kevin Ollie
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  • On The Fly: UConn Women Advance In Soccer

    The UConn women's soccer team is making a bid for a big finish. The Huskies knocked off top-seeded Central Florida 1-0 in the American Athletic Conference tournament semifinals in Tampa, Fla. Rachel Hill's goal seven minutes in made the Huskies' fourth...
  • Kevin Ollie: 'We're Going To Fall In Love With The Process'

    STORRS – Some highlights of Kevin Ollie’s chat with reporters in the Werth Family Center on Friday afternoon. On the SCSU game: “It’s a success when you can learn and grow and hopefully we’ve been able to learn and grow...
  • Breakfast of Champs: Today's The Day For "Husky HerOes"

    Breakfast of Champs: Today's The Day For "Husky HerOes"
    Husky HerOes are out today. The long-awaited new souvenir cereal, marking UConn's 2014 dual national champs, is available here for $14.97, plus shipping, for a two-pack. It's a limited edition, honey nut toasted oats cereal marketed by a...
  • Sam Cassell Jr. Comes Out Firing In UConn Debut

    Sam Cassell Jr. Comes Out Firing In UConn Debut
    STORRS — Sam Cassell Jr. checked in 4:46 into the first half. He had waited a long time, more than two years, to suit up for a major college basketball team, and he was ready. UConn had fallen behind 9-4 in its exhibition game against Southern, but...
  • UConn 70, Southern 62: Wrapping Things Up From Gampel

     STORRS – Just some quick notes, quotes and thoughts on UConn’s uncomfortably close 80-62 win over Southern. This was actually a good night for UConn. Kevin Ollie was terse, but that is also good. He had ample reason to be annoyed, and now...
  • Five For UConn Tonight: No Omar Calhoun, But Rodney Purvis Unleashed

    Five For UConn Tonight: No Omar Calhoun, But Rodney Purvis Unleashed
    The Huskies open with an exhibition game against Southern, which is ranked second in NCAA Division II. Here are some things to know: 1.Omar Calhoun sprained the MCL in his right knee Oct. 28 and was expected to miss at least a week. He has not practiced...
  • UConn Men's Lessons Learned: Solid Debuts For Cassell, Hamilton

    UConn Men's Lessons Learned: Solid Debuts For Cassell, Hamilton
    Every game is a learning experience, for those who play and those who watch. In the aftermath of UConn's 70-62 win over Southern in the first exhibition game on Tuesday night, here's what we learned: The Kid Can Shoot: People who have been touting Sam...
  • Kevin Ollie: Huskies Will 'Contest On Defense, Punch On Offense'

    WALLINGFORD - Kevin Ollie met reporters for about 10 minutes before he and Geno Auriemma began their question-and-answer session with UConn alumni and other members of the audience of about 450 on Tuesday night at the Oakdale. Here are highlights...
  • UConn Men AAC's No. 1; Boatright, Hamilton Honored

    UConn Men AAC's No. 1; Boatright, Hamilton Honored
    NEW YORK – UConn has the American Athletic Conference preseason player of the year. The Huskies also have the conference rookie of the year. And they were picked No. 1 in the league's poll of coaches. It all adds up to a target on UConn's back...
  • Teams In AAC Know They Have To Boost Nonconference Schedules

    NEW YORK — The American Athletic Conference didn't get much respect last spring from the committee that seeds teams in the NCAA Tournament. UConn, the eventual national champion, was a No. 7 seed. Louisville, projected to be a No. 1 or No. 2 seed,...
  • Kevin Ollie, Ryan Boatright, Huskies are Stars of The Show in New York

    NEW YORK – A few notes, quotes, thoughts from American Athletic Conference media day …   The Huskies were the main event, just like one would have anticipated. The defending champs were picked No. 1 in the American Conference coaches&...