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UConn Women's Basketball

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  • UConn Women's Insider: Will KML Make A Good Pro? We Ask Geno

    UConn Women's Insider: Will KML Make A Good Pro? We Ask Geno
    On April 16 at the Mohegan Sun Arena — apparently now the world's Coliseum of women's basketball — WNBA executives are going to put up or shut up as it relates to Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, the greatest three-pointer shooter in UConn history....
  • Perfect AAC Ending For Everyone But Auriemma

    Perfect AAC Ending For Everyone But Auriemma
    TAMPA, Fla. — Another thrill ride through 18 games in the American Athletic Conference season, punctuated by the exclamation mark of a winning margin of 48.7 points, has escorted UConn to its customary early March launching pad. Yes, another...
  • UConn Women Close Regular Season, Squeak By USF, 88-65

    UConn Women Close Regular Season, Squeak By USF, 88-65
    TAMPA, Fla. – Back in the day, as Geno Auriemma would say, UConn's regular season always ended with a crescendo. There was Notre Dame, until the Irish left the Big East. Then there was Louisville, until the Cardinals bolted the American Athletic...
  • 5 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: Stewart Is Player Of The Year

    5 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: Stewart Is Player Of The Year
    Every game is a learning experience, for those who play and those who watch. Here's what we learned after the UConn women's 88-65 win over South Florida at the Sun Dome in Tampa, Fla. on Monday: 1. Stewart is the player of year: My respect for Moriah...
  • Auriemma Never Knows What He'll Get With Gabby Williams

    Auriemma Never Knows What He'll Get With Gabby Williams
    TAMPA, Fla. – As just about every freshman who plays college basketball discovers, the season has a tendency to pound them down once January turns to February. Juniors Breanna Stewart and Moriah Jefferson suffered through it two years ago. And...
  • Geno Gets To 900 As Huskies Win By 60

    Geno Gets To 900 As Huskies Win By 60
    HARTFORD — In this humdrum world of American Athletic Conference basketball, there are few nights when the anticipation of history not only moves to center stage but moves the audience excited about its arrival. Say what you will about UConn's...
  • For Mosqueda-Lewis, A Perfect Kind Of Senior Day

    For Mosqueda-Lewis, A Perfect Kind Of Senior Day
    STORRS — This would be the perfect afternoon for the perfect shooter. This was a Senior Day that Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis knew she would share with Kiah Stokes, but suddenly found herself sharing with her little brother. Xander, 4 years old, bow tie,...
  • Playing To The Crowd: UConn Women Know They Are An Attraction

    Playing To The Crowd: UConn Women Know They Are An Attraction
    NEW ORLEANS — It's not unusual to hear professional athletes admit how compelled they are to perform because there might be someone in the stands who has come just to see them and might never have the chance again. Joe DiMaggio said it, Derek Jeter,...
  • Former Huskies Work With The Team

    Former Huskies Work With The Team
    TULSA, Okla. — It's never unusual to see UConn alums practicing with the current team. And last week, before leaving for Saturday's game at Tulsa, Kelly Faris and Kalana Greene were working with the Huskies at the Werth Champions Center. It's a...
  • UConn Women Have No Trouble With Tulane

    UConn Women Have No Trouble With Tulane
    STORRS — National champions are people, too. Geno Auriemma knows the players on his nine title-winning teams naturally love to feel special. And what helps make them feel really nice is thinking their former coach believes they were the best and...
  • Valentine's Day Party For Team That State Fell For 20 Years Ago

     Valentine's Day Party For Team That State Fell For 20 Years Ago
    STORRS — Twenty years ago, Geno Auriemma spent Valentine's Day preparing for a game two days later at Pittsburgh, fresh off a win at Seton Hall that improved his talented team's record to 21-0. The game at Pitt would come exactly one month after...