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The Hartford CourantHARTFORD — For at least one Saturday afternoon, women's basketball returned big-time to an XL Center practically jammed pillar to post to see No. 3 UConn play Syracuse. It was reminiscent of a day when the program and the building rocked in...
The Hartford CourantNo UConn player has suffered so many different physical traumas this season as Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis. She has already dealt with concussion, knee bruises and ankle issues, the last of which occurred Saturday when she twisted her right ankle during the...
The Hartford CourantWhile the 2012-13 women's basketball season takes its brief Christmas break, No. 2 UConn already has a substantive gift, the bow affixed by its dazzling freshman, Breanna Stewart, already the team's leading scorer (16.9) and rebounder (7.2). Here are 10...
The Hartford CourantCome tipoff, it will be precisely two years since the last time UConn played at Stanford's Maples Pavilion. It was a night that will always be remembered, at least until some monolith figures out a way to win 91 straight NCAA Division I basketball games....
The Hartford CourantWatch the right hand of Chiney Ogwumike. And even with Tara VanDerveer's pledge not to go ugly, watch for bruises on the UConn players. UConn and Stanford will run great offense Saturday at Maples Pavilion. They always do. The road map for Geno...
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The Hartford CourantOn my first day as sports columnist for The Courant, after 15 years covering the NHL, I approached one of the most admired women's basketball players in the world. I had a question. "Ask me anything you want," Rebecca Lobo said that November day in...
The Hartford CourantMuch has been made of UConn's extraordinary depth. Geno Auriemma has no shortage of options, on offense and defense, and he has shown an inclination to use them all in the first eight games. What you may not know is that Auriemma feels more comfortable...
The Hartford CourantDuring the last decade of Geno Auriemma's 28 seasons as UConn women's basketball coach, his voice has begun to carry and have more of an impact as he addresses the state of women's basketball, the breakup of the Big East and now events such as the...
The Hartford CourantGeno Auriemma said he was all set to spend three weeks in Florence, Italy, in the spring teaching a course at UConn's international branch campus there — until he discovered that Jen Rizzotti, his former All-American point guard, was being...
Tags: Upper Marlboro, Italy, USA Today, Rebecca Lobo, Geno Auriemma
The Hartford CourantSTORRS – When Kelly Faris was about 4, or so her mother, Connie, remembers, she would stand on the tallest thing she could find in order to see what was going on at basketball games when her three older siblings played. "Even then you could tell...
When Kelly Faris was about four years old, or so her mother Connie remembers, she would stand on the tallest stool or box or bench she could find at basketball games in order to tell exactly what was going on and why. “Even then you could tell...
The Hartford Courant— During its annual nationwide tour, the UConn women's basketball team plays venues large enough to hold concerts and the circus. But once in a while, especially in the quaint Northeast, UConn plays in old-school atmospheres that conjure images...
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