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Maya Moore

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  • Sue Bird Settling In With New Role For ESPN

    Sue Bird Settling In With New Role For ESPN
    STORRS – A few minutes after UConn completed its 92-50 win over South Florida at Gampel Pavilion, Geno Auriemma sidled up to the rookie analyst on ESPN2's telecast for a short postgame interview. Sue Bird likely is the greatest point guard to play...
  • On The Fly: Stuart Scott Was So Much More Than A Broadcaster

    On The Fly: Stuart Scott Was So Much More Than A Broadcaster
    Somebody has to come up with a bouncy, funky version of "I did it my way" in honor of Stuart Scott. It's only right. The ESPN icon, titan and an inspiration to many inside and outside the business, died this past weekend at 49. Scott's way of delivering...
  • Capsule: UConn Women Host Tulsa At XL Center

    Site: XL Center Time: Wednesday, 7 p.m. TV: SNY (Eric Frede, Meghan Culmo, Kerith Burke) Radio: WTIC-1080 AM, WILI-AM 1400, WELI-AM 960, WGCH-AM 1490 (Bob Joyce and Debbie Fiske) Series history: First meeting Streaks: Tulsa L1, UConn W11 Tulsa (6-7,...
  • Moore Named USA Basketball Top Female Athlete

    Maya Moore has been named the 2014 USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year. "I'm so fortunate to be around the best in the world through USA Basketball," Moore said. "It was a true privilege to contribute to an awesome team again this year at the World...
  • Mosqueda-Lewis Remains Undeterred

    Mosqueda-Lewis Remains Undeterred
    NEW YORK — When it all goes perfectly, and sometimes it does for the UConn women, their performances over the years have been compared to a Broadway play. When the ball rotates so crisply, bing, bing, bing, open three for Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis,...
  • With Assist From Teammates, Huskies' Jefferson Back On Track

    With Assist From Teammates, Huskies' Jefferson Back On Track
    GREENVILLE, N.C. — Playing basketball for Geno Auriemma and UConn requires as much brainpower as talent. Succeeding is likely even more dependent on a strong mind, considering how important the power of positive thinking can be. "Your mind plays...
  • UConn Women Pull Away From No. 10 Duke

    UConn Women Pull Away From No. 10 Duke
    HARTFORD — Over the course of the past eight years, Geno Auriemma has watched conference and nonconference rivals come and eventually go. Those that leave his schedule voluntarily are the ones the UConn coach seems particularly interested in....
  • Mosqueda-Lewis Moves Into 2nd Place For Three-Pointers

    Mosqueda-Lewis Moves Into 2nd Place For Three-Pointers
    HARTFORD —In her first regular-season game as a UConn freshman against Holy Cross on Nov. 13, 2011, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis missed each of her seven three-point attempts in a 28-minute performance that yielded just seven points. The trouble...
  • Stokes Has The Grades, But On Court She Can Think Too Much

    Stokes Has The Grades, But On Court She Can Think Too Much
    The 12-day break that bridged UConn's victories over Notre Dame on Dec. 6 and DePaul on Friday was not spent nonchalantly. It was exam time, and by Dec. 13, each UConn player had finished her academic requirements. This is always a nervous time around...
  • UConn Women's Insider: Auriemma Turns To WNBA For Olympic Staff Member

    UConn Women's Insider: Auriemma Turns To WNBA For Olympic Staff Member
    Geno Auriemma is not the only women's basketball coach to celebrate multiple championships over the past four years by shaking President Obama's hand. Cheryl Reeve, coach of the WNBA's Minnesota Lynx, has done it twice after winning the 2011 and 2013...
  • 1994-95 Revisited: Jamelle Elliott Got The Rebounds

    1994-95 Revisited: Jamelle Elliott Got The Rebounds
    Over the course of the season, The Courant will look back at the coaches and players who were a part of UConn's first national championship team 20 years ago (1994-95 season).   Jamelle Elliott's aspiration was to become an athletic administrator....