RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Swin Cash

A collection of news and information related to Swin Cash published by this site and its partners.

Top Swin Cash Articles

Displaying items 1-11
  • 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...
  • UConn Women's Insider: Swin Cash 'Pro-Ready' For Life After Basketball

    UConn Women's Insider: Swin Cash 'Pro-Ready' For Life After Basketball
    Swin Cash is not ready to stop playing basketball. She figures she has at least one more year, perhaps two, before she has accomplished all she needs in the sport that has helped enrich her life. That doesn't mean she's running in place waiting for the...
  • Gabby Williams Moving Forward Quickly

    Gabby Williams Moving Forward Quickly
    UNCASVILLE — It was after one of the campus practices early in the season when Geno Auriemma's attention turned to Gabby Williams. Auriemma has a record nine national championships. He also has a record nine million wisecracks, and he decided to...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • Natalie Butler Willing To Take The Long Road

    Natalie Butler Willing To Take The Long Road
      Here's a look at UConn center Natalie Butler, the transfer from Georgetown, who must sit out this season.   She's a very nice young woman, exactly the kind of person you would expect UConn to pursue.   This story will also run in The Courant on...
  • Transfer Natalie Butler Looking Forward To Taking It All In At UConn

    Transfer Natalie Butler Looking Forward To Taking It All In At UConn
    STORRS — If circumstances were different, Natalie Butler would be preparing for her sophomore season at Georgetown this week, fresh from her impactful debut as Big East freshman of the year, close to family that she cares so much about in Fairfax,...
  • Geno Auriemma: Breanna Stewart Able To Compete With World's Best

     Geno Auriemma: Breanna Stewart Able To Compete With World's Best
    Winning another world championship in women's basketball will have to be done in the usual fashion. While Geno Auriemma's USA players have been competing for various WNBA teams, the rest of the world's teams have been practicing together. This is...
  • Mo'ne Davis Puts Auriemma On Notice: She Wants To Be A Husky

    Mo'ne Davis Puts Auriemma On Notice: She Wants To Be A Husky
    Mo'ne Davis, a 13-year-old, 111-pound meteor, is streaking through the stratosphere of social media and the Little League World Series with the Taney Dragons of Philadelphia. The Dragons play Las Vegas Wednesday night in Williamsport, Pa., trying to...
  • Auriemma On The Road Again

    STORRS — This time of year, Geno Auriemma's bags are always packed. It's recruiting season, when college basketball coaches hit the road to gauge the nation's gifted youth. The only difference this autumn is where UConn's coach will be heading &#...
  • An unsettled air in John Wall's slam dunk contest victory

    An unsettled air in John Wall's slam dunk contest victory
    NEW ORLEANS — It was hard to tell what shocked fans more, the NBA's new dunk contest rules or a performance by Vanilla Ice. Maybe contest organizers should think twice, twice baby. Washington's John Wall was declared the winner in fan voting...