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  • UConn Women's Basketball: 5 Things For First Night

    UConn Women's Basketball: 5 Things For First Night
    The UConn women's basketball team is coming off a 40-0 season and will hang another national title banner to the collection. Here are five things to look for on First Night. 1. Tuck rule: Depending on how you evaluate the roster, forward Morgan Tuck...
  • UConn women rally to beat Georgetown

    There was, as usual, the Maya Moore show, with the all-world Connecticut senior scoring 10 of her team's final 13 points, finishing with 23 points and 14 rebounds. "This season, she has had to carry that team on her back,'' Georgetown coach Terri...
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  • UConn Dissects Hartford In NCAA Opener

    UConn Dissects Hartford In NCAA Opener
    — If not for the red jerseys and the coach on their sideline, Sunday would have been just another dissection of an opening-round opponent by the UConn women. Southern University, Vermont, Cornell, UMBC, Coppin State — you've seen one, you'...
  • UConn Women Hang On, Defeat Georgetown, 68-63

    UConn Women Hang On, Defeat Georgetown, 68-63
    There is a reason the UConn women are what they are. They have a nourishing reservoir of experience, talent and confidence that they tap into when they need it. They needed it all Sunday. They needed every last drop of sustenance to deal with a...
  • April 2: CHAMPS NO MOORE; Maya Scores 36 But It Isn't Enough As Huskies Fall To Irish

    A student journalist in a ponytail, who couldn't have been more than 11 or 12 years old, asked Maya Moore Saturday about the impending end of her great college career. She wanted to know if the nation's consensus player of the year, its first three-...
  • 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...
  • UConn Women: Freshmen Step Up In Preseason Finale

    UConn Women: Freshmen Step Up In Preseason Finale
    Much attention was immediately placed on UConn's five freshmen in the preseason. Nothing unusual about that. Most people had never seen them play and the curiosity was high. In UConn's second and final preseason game against Indiana (Pa.) one of the five...
  • 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,...
  • UConn Women Game 13: Nothing Lasts Forever

    UConn Women Game 13: Nothing Lasts Forever
    The UConn women headed to Stanford with their 90-game winning streak, a tremedous sense of satisfaction but a big disadvantage in the post. The Stefanie Dolson that UConn saw last December was not the player it would see later in the season. The December...
  • UConn Women Game 16: Late Night Roll Over St. John's

    From the deep snow of South Bend, the Huskies traveled to the greatest city in the world - duh, New York - to play St. John's at Madison Sqaure Garden in the second game of a doubleheader that began with the Syracuse men vs. St. John's. It was another...