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University of Connecticut Women's Basketball Program

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  • House Delegation's Spending Is Food for Thought

    The big thing you take away from a recent Connecticut Mirror story on the off-election-year spending practices of Connecticut House members is that you want to do lunch with these folks, particularly John Larson. According to the Mirror's analysis of the...
  • UConn Women's First Season In 1902? Unbeaten, Of Course

    UConn Women's First Season In 1902? Unbeaten, Of Course
    Geno Auriemma has had four unbeaten seasons as UConn women's basketball coach and very well could be headed for a fifth. But he is really living up to the pressure the first UConn team put on him more than a century ago. The Huskies' unbeaten seasons:...
  • Geno Auriemma Spends Pre-Selection Morning At Middlesex Chamber Breakfast

    Geno Auriemma Spends Pre-Selection Morning At Middlesex Chamber Breakfast
    Before the No. 1 ranked UConn women's basketball team finds out its NCAA Tournament destination and opponent tonight,  coach Geno Auriemma reflected on the Huskies' undefeated regular season season at the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce breakfast...
  • Just Part Of The Madness: Phil Martelli Is A UConn Foe And A UConn Best Friend

    Just Part Of The Madness: Phil Martelli Is A UConn Foe And A UConn Best Friend
    STORRS — The first call Geno Auriemma got after he won his first national championship in 1995 wasn't from President Clinton, Governor John Rowland or Jim Calhoun. It was from St. Joseph's coach Phil Martelli. "He was one of the first guys on...
  • Minor Wins, Major Losses: Pro Sports Franchise Dreams Dashed Over And Over

    Minor Wins, Major Losses: Pro Sports Franchise Dreams Dashed Over And Over
    The news arrived to readers of The Courant on the morning of March 8, 1877, seven weeks before the start of the second National League baseball season. Hartford, a charter member, was deemed unacceptable as a major league market. The city's "base ball"...
  • Seasonal Insanity Is Back

    Face it, the people who have the real fun during March Madness are the college kids who pile into a substandard car, sleep on a friend's floor, paint their faces and scream their heads off for their teams. When their team responds as the UConn Huskies did...
  • It's The Home Stretch In The Quest For Ninth Championship

    STORRS — It's practically impossible to stroll the grounds surrounding UConn women's basketball without bumping into some kind of milestone. This season's landmark stands at the final destination of a postseason trip that begins Sunday against No....
  • In Geno's Mind, Ollie Is No. 1 When It Comes To Seeding

    In Geno's Mind, Ollie Is No. 1 When It Comes To Seeding
    STORRS — Geno Auriemma gets a kick out of it. He clicks on the television, he picks up the paper and there is Kevin Ollie, that noted farmer from South Central LA, talking about planting seeds. He's talking about planting seeds for player growth...
  • Dolson Finishes Gampel Career In Royal Fashion

    Dolson Finishes Gampel Career In Royal Fashion
    STORRS — With two minutes, 40 seconds remaining in another UConn women's rout Tuesday night, Stefanie Dolson left the Gampel Pavilion floor for the final time. Geno Auriemma briefly threw one arm around her as Dolson went down the line to slap hands...
  • Hitting A Triple

    Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis became the third UConn women's player to record a triple-double Tuesday, and first in the NCAA Tournament. UConn's triple-doubles: Mosqueda-Lewis, March 25, 2014: 20 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists Stefanie Dolson, Nov. 20, 2013:...
  • A Front-Row Seat For Golden Age Of Sports Reporting

    A Front-Row Seat For Golden Age Of Sports Reporting
    In the 1940s, we lived in the country. Every Sunday, after Mass, before we drove home, my father bought the Hartford Courant from a young man selling them from a stack on the wide asphalt expanse in front of church. My brother and I weren't allowed to...