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  • UConn Women Insider: Tamika Williams Overcomes Divorce, Dad's Death

    UConn Women Insider: Tamika Williams Overcomes Divorce, Dad's Death
    From her new office at the University of Kentucky, Tamika Williams was able to see the Wildcats volleyball team practice this season. That must have been therapeutic for someone who as a girl in Ohio played softball and volleyball before picking up a...
  • ESPN To Highlight Next Year's Powerhouse Matchup

    ESPN To Highlight Next Year's Powerhouse Matchup
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — On Friday, ESPN announced next year's UConn-Notre Dame game, the last in the current two-year series between the national powerhouses, would be the cable network's featured "Jimmy V Women's Classic." The game will be played in...
  • Beat Up Stewart? Geno Will Find Other Ways To Beat You

    Beat Up Stewart? Geno Will Find Other Ways To Beat You
    STORRS — A funny thing happened to Breanna Stewart on her way to winning four national championships and the final 125 games of her college career. The other teams decided to beat her up. They decided to get physical with college basketball's...
  • An Expert Opinion: UConn Missing That Leadership In Crunch Time

    An Expert Opinion: UConn Missing That Leadership In Crunch Time
    ESTERO, Fla. — Lin Dunn retired as coach of the Indiana Fever after the 2014 season, ending a career that spanned five decades in women's basketball as a player and coach. She went out on top with her induction to the women's basketball Hall of...
  • Lin Dunn Talks UConn Basketball

    Lin Dunn retired as coach of the WNBA’s Indiana Fever after the 2014 season, ending a career that spanned five decades in women’s basketball as a player and coach. She went out on top with her induction to the women’s basketball Hall...
  • UConn: 10 Things That Might Interest You

      1). Injuries are universally troublesome, often fatal to a team’s season. It’s the same at UConn, although the Huskies seem equipped to deal with whatever may come at guard and small forward. But if something were to happen to Kiah...
  • Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis Has Renewed Focus In Senior Season

    Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis Has Renewed Focus In Senior Season
    STORRS — After UConn won its ninth national championship, coach Geno Auriemma reminded one of his best players — a past All-American who made the All-Final Four team — that she would have to look after her conditioning. Essentially,...
  • Winning Nine National Championships In Changing Times

    Winning Nine National Championships In Changing Times
    One of the best things about covering the UConn women is there always seems to be an anniversary to celebrate. And that means there is always the chance there will be cake. Who can turn down cake? Well, this season is the 20th anniversary of UConn&...
  • Mosqueda-Lewis Working Hard To Prove Skeptics Wrong

    Coming in a few weeks is the Hartford Courant's annual college basketball preview section. It will be jammed with a lot of things you'll likely want to absorb before the UConn women begin the season Nov. 14 at UC Davis. One of the stories I am preparing...
  • UConn Women Alumni Well-Represented At First Night

    UConn Women Alumni Well-Represented At First Night
    STORRS — Invited to the dedication of the privately funded $40 million Werth Family Basketball Center on Friday were a number of former women's basketball players from the past nine UConn national championship teams. Meghan Pattyson-Culmo, Rebecca...
  • Money Needed To Finish Center Could Use Some NBA Bling

    Money Needed To Finish Center Could Use Some NBA Bling
    STORRS — The $40 million Werth Family UConn Basketball Champions Center, christened on a Friday when dual national championships would be celebrated across the street, is beautiful. Beyond beautiful, really, borderline spectacular compared to what...