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  • UConn Women Insider: Maya Moore Is A Real Jet-Setter

    UConn Women Insider: Maya Moore Is A Real Jet-Setter
    Maya Moore turns 26 in June, which proves again how fast time flies when you are traveling the world winning championships. She added another travel sticker this month by helping Shanxi win its third consecutive Women's Chinese Basketball Association title.
  • Basketball: Ann Meyers Drysdale is honored at Nike Extravaganza

    Hall of Famer Ann Meyers Drysdale, one of the best female athletes in Southern California sports history, was honored on Saturday night at the Nike Extravaganza at Santa Ana Mater Dei. Meyers received the Legends of the Court award. She's a former...

    WNBA Players, Management Not Surprised By Taurasi's Decision

    WNBA Players, Management Not Surprised By Taurasi's Decision
    UNCASVILLE – When Diana Taurasi accepted the offer from Russian team UMMC Ekaterinburg to be compensated for sitting out the 2015 WNBA season, many nodded knowingly for two basic reasons. Taurasi, 33, has been dropping hints for years that the...

    Auriemma Would Rather Reflect On UConn Program, Not His Milestones

    Auriemma Would Rather Reflect On UConn Program, Not His Milestones
    HARTFORD — Soon enough, the time will come for Geno Auriemma and his UConn program to refocus on its annual goal of winning another national championship. For instance, there is a flight to Memphis on Friday, a game there Saturday, a practice in...

    Geno Offers Friendly Warning To Taurasi

      Geno Auriemma believes Diana Taurasi’s decision to sit out the 2015 WNBA season, on behalf of her Russian team who will pay her not to play, might not bode well for the WNBA. He believes it could begin a trend that might spread to include other...