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Maya Moore

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  • Stewart Closing In On 1,000 Points

    PHILADELPHIA — Breanna Stewart's place in UConn basketball history is on reserve. On Tuesday, the sophomore scored a career-high 37 points, shooting 15 of 19 from the field, to bring her within 77 points of becoming the 39th player in program...
  • UConn Women Strong In Second Half, Beat Temple 93-56

    UConn Women Strong In Second Half, Beat Temple 93-56
    PHILADELPHIA – Approximately six miles from where he was raised in Norristown, Geno Auriemma time traveled Tuesday to McGonigle Hall. This place, an incubator of regional college basketball, was one of the places Auriemma watched and learned...
  • Sharpshooter: Bria Hartley Back On Target For UConn Women

    Sharpshooter: Bria Hartley Back On Target For UConn Women
    PHILADELPHIA – Bria Hartley does many things so well that her uniform No. 14 will be raised to the Huskies' Wall of Honor on senior night. But at her core, she is a shooter. And that craft is largely dependent on the hands. So it seemed odd that...
  • Bria Hartley Takes Over, Powers UConn Past Rutgers

    Bria Hartley Takes Over, Powers UConn Past Rutgers
    PISCATAWAY, N.J. — After having a miserable first half at Baylor with four turnovers, Bria Hartley was reminded by Geno Auriemma she needed to do better. This was nothing new. And he did so in a way she would not forget. Hartley listened intently,...
  • Geno Knows Win Over Strong Baylor Team Will Pay Dividends

    Geno Knows Win Over Strong Baylor Team Will Pay Dividends
    There is legitimacy for the reason UConn did not view Monday's game with No. 7 Baylor with a starry-eyed stare. The game was significant to the Lady Bears in their post-Brittney Griner season. But these games hold different value to UConn, the eight-...
  • UConn's Stewart Keeps Getting Better and Better

    UConn's Stewart Keeps Getting Better and Better
    Geno Auriemma knew what he had with Breanna Stewart long before she arrived at UConn. Stewart was a wiry 6-feet-4, mobile and skillful, with arms longer than just about any player he'd seen with her skill set. Different, he realized. Extraordinary, he...
  • Listen To The Best: Bring Back The UConn-Tennessee Matchup

    Listen To The Best: Bring Back The UConn-Tennessee Matchup
    Diana Taurasi got the biggest ovation Saturday. Candace Parker got the sterling silver Tiffany trophy. During pre-game introductions at the 2013 WNBA All-Star Game, Taurasi got a bigger ovation than Tina Charles, bigger than Lindsay Whalen and even Maya...
  • WNBA a true blessing for Jones alum Shavonte Zellous

    WNBA a true blessing for Jones alum Shavonte Zellous
    Did anybody else laugh at this LeBron James quote last week? "I can't worry about what everybody says about me. I am LeBron James from Akron, Ohio, from the inner city, I'm not even supposed to be here. I'm blessed." With all due respect, he is...
  • UConn's Greatness Arrives Earlier Than Expected

    UConn's Greatness Arrives Earlier Than Expected
    NEW ORLEANS — We heard greatness was coming, as sure as the distant whistle of an oncoming train. As sure as Diana Taurasi and Maya Moore, we all knew it was coming. We just didn't know exactly when. Today, we do. Greatness arrived in the City...
  • From The Archives: One And Done With Olympics, It's Back To College For Coach

    After leading the United States women's basketball team to its fifth straight Olympic gold in August, Geno Auriemma was asked if he'd be willing to accept one more term in office; you know, try to do it again in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. In that instant,...
  • UConn Women Beat Pitt, 76-36

    UConn Women Beat Pitt, 76-36
    HARTFORD — Since becoming Pittsburgh's coach in 2003, Agnus Berenato has driven the Big East women's basketball welcome wagon from town to town. It is not unusual for her to begin postgame press conferences by thanking those in attendance for...