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Top UConn Women's Basketball Articles

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  • Late-Night Snooze

    A secret to beating the UConn women? Get them to overtime. The Huskies are 0-5 in OT since 2006: Nov. 17, 2014: Stanford 88, UConn 86 March 4, 2013: Notre Dame 96, UConn 87 April 1, 2012: Notre Dame 83, UConn 75 Jan. 7, 2012: Notre Dame 74, UConn 67...
  • SNY Viewing Season Is Upon Us

    With UConn's first SNY telecast coming Sunday, it seems like a good time to remind everyone how the games will be available to you.  Of course, if you have SNY on your cable package you are in the best shape. Just sit back, put the television on and go...
  • UConn Women's Insider: Chew On These Numbers, Then Calm Down

    UConn Women's Insider: Chew On These Numbers, Then Calm Down
    Of all the gaudy statistics that the UConn women's basketball program has compiled since the age of enlightenment tipped off — the 1991 Final Four — I have a personal favorite. And it's not often I get to play with it. I say play because...
  • After Meltdown, UConn Women Realize They Have Work To Do

    After Meltdown, UConn Women Realize They Have Work To Do
    STANFORD, Calif. — If UConn wanted a clear picture of how poorly it played in an 88-86 overtime loss to Stanford Monday night, it was reflected by the Stanford students who rushed the floor after seeing the Huskies fall apart in several phases of...
  • Five Things We Learned From UConn's Loss To Stanford

    Five things we learned from Monday's 88-86 overtime loss to Stanford, one that ended the Huskies' 47-game winning streak: Guard play: Coach Geno Auriemma got right to the point with his opening comment after the loss, saying that his guards were badly...
  • On The Fly: Bad Day For The Mannings

    On The Fly: Bad Day For The Mannings
    Sunday was a bad day for the quarterback Mannings. Eli threw five interceptions in the Giants' 16-10 loss to the 49ers. And Peyton, though he passed for 389 yards, failed too often to lead the Broncos into the end zone. The result was a 22-7 loss to the...
  • Lessons From UConn's 102-43 Win At UC Davis

    What we learned last night about the UConn women during their 102-43 win over UC Davis. 1). Geno Auriemma said after the game that Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, who tied Maya Moore’s single-game record with 10 three-pointers, was one of the greatest...
  • 5 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: Kaleena Can Shoot ... Very Well

    5 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: Kaleena Can Shoot ... Very Well
    Every game is a learning experience, for those who play and those that watch. Following UConn's 102-43 season-opening win at UC-Davis on Friday night, here are FIVE things we learned: 1. Kaleena Scores At Will: Geno Auriemma said after the game that...
  • Strong Start To Season For UConn Women Against UC Davis

    Strong Start To Season For UConn Women Against UC Davis
    DAVIS, Calif. — There are times when the sheer force and depth that UConn possesses literally brings an opponent to a complete standstill. Such was the case again Friday when the Huskies opened the 2014-15 campaign at UC Davis before what would...
  • Breanna Stewart: Tall On Talent, Short On Ego

    Breanna Stewart: Tall On Talent, Short On Ego
    It did not begin with fanfare or prophecy. The only certainty about Breanna Stewart's future when she was 10 years old was that her grandmother would have cookies ready when she came over to visit. And Breanna would eat them. But as far as a transcendent...
  • UConn Women's Soccer: Tough Approach Has Been Rewarded

    Reefer: New Hampshire at UConn, Saturday, 5 p.m., Morrone Stadium STORRS — At the start of the season, UConn women's soccer coach Len Tsantiris did something he had never done in his 34 years of coaching. He didn't pick captains for the year....