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  • Geno Auriemma, U.S. Women Face France In Quarterfinals

    Geno Auriemma, U.S. Women Face France In Quarterfinals
    The U.S. women's senior national basketball team begins the last stage of its quest to win another world championship Friday when it plays France in the quarterfinals in Istanbul. The U.S. defeated France 86-50 to win its fifth straight Olympic gold...
  • Regional Sports Digest

    Geno, Ollie At Fundraiser UConn basketball coaches Geno Auriemma and Kevin Ollie will be featured at "An Evening With Champions," a fundraiser Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. at the Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford. Former UConn All-American Rebecca Lobo, now a...
  • Lobo and Jeter Find There Roots On CPTV

    Perhaps you have seen past episodes of the PBS series staring Henry Louis Gates, Jr. - "Finding Your Roots" - during which famous people are given the opportunity to discover where they came from. The new episode, which debuts Sept. 30, holds special...
  • On The Fly: Show Is Good, Varga Is Great At Yale Bowl

    Yale and Army renewed a football rivalry that began at West Point in 1893 on a glorious day at Yale Bowl, now in the midst of its 100th anniversary celebration. The corps of cadets, in white dress short sleeves, gathered in a field adjacent to the Yale...
  • Derek Jeter: For So Many, No. 2 Will Always Be No. 1

    Derek Jeter: For So Many, No. 2 Will Always Be No. 1
    NEW YORK — Ryan Tucker was a visitor at Yankee Stadium in June. He had just finished a long, arduous round of chemotherapy for treatment of a brain tumor and the prognosis was good as he was made an honorary Yankee during the team's "Hope Week."...
  • WTIC's Scott Gray To Retire; Known For Morning Commentaries

    WTIC's Scott Gray To Retire; Known For Morning Commentaries
    Scott Gray spent the summer thinking about retirement. He got more comfortable with the thought, maybe because he's 66, maybe because he has done about 3,500 morning commentaries for WTIC, maybe because he has a home on Lake Winnipesaukee in New...
  • UConn Nearing Accord To Play Ohio State

    The UConn women, two-time defending national champion, are near an accord with Ohio State to begin a home-and-home series as soon as the 2015-16 season. The agreement was confirmed by a UConn athletic department source on Saturday. UConn will also renew...
  • Tina Charles Leads U.S. Women's National Team In Final Tuneup

    Tina Charles Leads U.S. Women's National Team In Final Tuneup
    The USA senior national team concluded preparations for the 2014 World Championship on Tuesday with a 76-41 win over the Czech Republic in Prague. After relinquishing an 18-point lead in Sunday's loss to France in Paris, the USA never trailed in this...
  • Geno Auriemma On The Death Of John Toner

    UConn women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma, currently in Prague with the USA senior national team he is preparing for this weekend's World Championship. offered this statement on the death of his former boss, John Toner, the man who hired him in 1985....
  • Lobo and Jeter Find Their Roots On CPTV

    Perhaps you have seen past episodes of the PBS series staring Henry Louis Gates, Jr. - "Finding Your Roots" - during which famous people are given the opportunity to discover where they came from. The new episode, which debuts Sept. 30 at 8 p.m.,...
  • UConn Doctor, Professor Named President Of Sports Medicine Society

    UConn Doctor, Professor Named President Of Sports Medicine Society
    FARMINGTON — Robert Arciero, a professor at the University of Connecticut Health Center, was recently named the 43rd president of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine. When Arciero was young he said he was a frustrated baseball...