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University of Connecticut Women's Basketball Program

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  • Connecticut Yankees: Big Day For Tolland Girl, Wilton Boy

    Connecticut Yankees: Big Day For Tolland Girl, Wilton Boy
    NEW YORK – Quinn Ostergren sat at her locker and put her tiny hand in a grown-up's baseball glove and proclaimed, "I'm the pitcher." Perhaps the Yankees weren't ready to go quite that far, but Quinn, 4, from Tolland, was one of three...
  • On The Fly: More Patriots-Jets Espionage?

    Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine, who previously was the defensive coordinator of the Jets, said he believes that the Patriots might have obtained the Jets' defensive playbook. Pettine told Greg Bedard of MMQB.com that at Wes Welker's wedding, Patriots...
  • UConn Women's Basketball Team Visits Windham Middle School

    UConn Women's Basketball Team Visits Windham Middle School
    Just hours after hanging out with President Barack Obama at the White House, members of the UConn women’s championship basketball team appeared before a group of very excited sixth-graders at Windham Middle School on June 10. The sixth-graders...
  • Operation Shower Having An Impact At TPC River Highlands

    CROMWELL — Ben Walsh of Manchester is an intern at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, the final step in completing a one-year Masters program at Georgetown University. At St. Francis, Walsh's work involves complementary and alternative...
  • Notebook: Ryan Moore Back For Ninth Year In A Row

    CROMWELL – After tying for 48th place at the U.S. Open Sunday, Ryan Moore said he was happy to be back at the Travelers Championship for the ninth year in a row. "I feel good. Any time you come off playing the U.S. Open and getting beat up a little...
  • Taurasi's Future, Of Course, Will Include Basketball

    Taurasi's Future, Of Course, Will Include Basketball
    UNCASVILLE — Diana Taurasi turned 32 last week, just another number. "I don't think growing up is in the plans for me," Taurasi said Thursday at Mohegan Sun Arena. "It's not on my bucket list." Good for her. Good for women's basketball. It was...
  • Ollie Sends Reassuring Tweet To UConn Fans, But No Update

    Ollie Sends Reassuring Tweet To UConn Fans, But No Update
    UConn coach Kevin Ollie used Twitter to diffuse talk of his moving to the NBA. "Don't believe everything you hear!!" he tweeted about 2 p.m. Tuesday. "Only meeting I have is with my team on Thursday at Gampel. We are preparing every day for greatness!!!"...
  • Ellsbury Gets Booed, But Guess Who Won?

    Ellsbury Gets Booed, But Guess Who Won?
    BOSTON — The signs were there. Oh, the signs were there: "$Ell$bury" and "Sellout" and some others. C'mon, this is Boston. Did anybody with half a brain really believe that Jacoby Ellsbury would be greeted with thunderous adoration when he stepped...
  • Another Day, Another NBA Opening, No UConn-Ollie Deal Yet

    Another Day, Another NBA Opening, No UConn-Ollie Deal Yet
    There is yet another NBA team looking for a head coach. The Cleveland Cavaliers fired Mike Brown Monday. This news could have an impact on the Kevin Ollie situation. It could, in fact, speed up his contract talks with UConn, which appear to be hung up...
  • Estimated 200,000 Crowd Hartford Streets For UConn Parade

    Estimated 200,000 Crowd Hartford Streets For UConn Parade
    HARTFORD — The city celebrated the UConn men's and women's basketball teams' national championships Sunday with a victory parade through downtown, and it was one of the biggest parties Hartford has ever seen. An estimated 200,000 people lined...
  • Dan Haar: Recruiting Loss Is Good for Basketball — UConn Too

    Don't tell this to Geno Auriemma, but the decision by A'ja Wilson to play for her home state university in South Carolina instead of the University of Connecticut should be good news for UConn fans. Sure, the imperial UConn women's basketball dynasty...