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  • Capsule: No. 12 Seed BYU Vs. No. 1 UConn

    Site: Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln, Neb. Time: 4:30 p.m. TV: ESPN (Pam Ward, Carolyn Peck and LaChina Robinson) Radio: WTIC-AM 1080, WILI-AM 1400 (Bob Joyce and Debbie Fiske) Series history: UConn, 2-0 Last meeting: UConn, 96-47, Nov. 25, 2008,...
  • Notebook: Twin Elite Eights Another Chance To Be Noticed

    — There is only one athletic director in Division I with both basketball teams in the Elite Eight, and he arrived at Pinnacle Bank Arena about three hours before UConn's regional semifinal against BYU on Saturday. To say Warde Manuel is happy about...
  • Texas A&M's Blair: UConn's Football Program Holding It Back

    LINCOLN, Neb. – For the past 20 years, women's college basketball coaches have understood the road to any significant national pinnacle eventually runs through UConn, which had already visited 14 Final Fours before Monday's Elite Eight game...
  • Numbers Don't Lie; Huskies Dominate The Game

    Numbers Don't Lie; Huskies Dominate The Game
    LINCOLN, Neb. — A half continent away from Madison Square Garden, the full onslaught of UConn basketball continued Monday night. A half continent away from an ear-shattering Sunday afternoon in an arena players love to call the Mecca of basketball,...
  • UConn Starting Five Earns AP Women's All-America Recognition

    UConn sophomore Breanna Stewart took her place among the all-time greats in women's basketball history Tuesday when she was named a unanimous selection to the Associated Press All-America team. But she is just one of five UConn starters to earn some type...
  • 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,...
  • NCAA regional extends Norfolk's women's basketball rich tradition

    Three decades later, Marianne Stanley still marvels at the event, maybe more now than at the time. When the NCAA awarded Old Dominion and the city of Norfolk the first women's basketball Final Four under its purview in 1982, it did so in part with the...
  • 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...
  • BY THE NUMBERS: A Few That Show The Caliber Of Basketball UConn Women Play

    Sometimes by chance, sometimes by design, but always because they keep score, basketball creates numbers that set records, start trends and stimulate conversation. As the UConn women prepare for the 2012-13 season, here are a few that two decades of...
  • STEFANIE DOLSON: Offseason Conditioning Program Improves Endurance

      — Should the Big East decide to reward a player's lust for life, UConn's junior center Stefanie Dolson is a lock to take home the trophy. Of the dozens of game-changers who have passed through the Geno Auriemma era, few have possessed Dolson's...
  • 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...