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  • UConn Huskies Test The Market (And Win A Game)

    UConn Huskies Test The Market (And Win A Game)
    BRIDGEPORT — Sometimes you've got to knock on a few doors to see who's home. Sometimes you've got to kick a few tires to see who wants to buy and who wants to sell. Sometimes you've just got to mix it up and see what happens. UConn athletic...
  • UConn Beats Cincinnati, 67-34

    UConn Beats Cincinnati, 67-34
    STORRS — There was a lot of emotion to process Sunday at Gampel Pavilion. Some good, some bad. It began with a ceremony honoring the national champions of 2003 and 2004 that preceded the tip of UConn's first game as a charter member of the American...
  • Taurasi-Era Teams Inducted Into Huskies Of Honor

    STORRS — The greatest recruiting class in the history of women's college basketball — Sue Bird, Swin Cash, Asjha Jones and Tamika Williams — left UConn as WNBA first-round picks after winning a second national title in 2002. That left...
  • UConn Coasts Past St. Bonaventure, 88-39

    UConn Coasts Past St. Bonaventure, 88-39
    HARTFORD — To be honest about it, there was nothing Hall of Fame-worthy about this weekend's Basketball Hall of Fame Women's Challenge involving the No. 1 UConn women. The final piece of evidence was provided Sunday when the Huskies put a big 88-39...
  • UConn Women's Recruits Can't Wait To Come Aboard Geno's Ship

    First Night represented the start of the 2013-14 season for UConn's defending national champion women's basketball program. But for guards Sadie Edwards, Gabby Williams and Courtney Ekmark, Friday night — the weekend, actually — was more...
  • Florida's Billy Donovan Has Connection With UConn's Geno Auriemma

    STORRS — Repeating as champion is a challenge that fascinates coaches. How does one keep a team together, motivated and focused as it battles the "hangover?" It's a topic Billy Donovan, who brings his Florida Gators in to play the UConn men on...
  • Stamford Couple Commits $3 Million To UConn Basketball Programs

    UConn women's basketball notes: UConn alumni Denis and Britta Nayden of Stamford commit $3 million to the new Basketball Champions Center and for scholarships for student-athletes. HARTFORD — UConn alumni Denis and Britta Nayden of Stamford...
  • Back From Injury, Banks Expects To Contribute At UConn

    Back From Injury, Banks Expects To Contribute At UConn
    STORRS — Brianna Banks certainly was not the first UConn women's basketball player to have an ACL injury. And unless physiology evolves faster than we expect, she won't be the last. But that doesn't mean her injury, and its aftermath, weren't...
  • Former UConn Star Kelly Faris Stays Connected In Europe

     Former UConn Star Kelly Faris Stays Connected In Europe
    There seems to be no past tense about how a former UConn women's basketball player feels about the program after graduation. Players tend to stay connected. Of course, when that connection relies on the Internet, sometimes keeping in touch presents...
  • 2012-13 RECAP The Road To A National Championship

    2012-13 RECAP<br>The Road To A National Championship
    The hardest thing to do is win a national title when most folks consider you one of the favorites, but that didn't seem to faze the UConn women. A look at their 2012-13 season. Nov. 11: UConn 103, College of Charleston 39 Breanna Stewart had 21 points....
  • CONFERENCE SPOTLIGHT Taking On The Champ: SMU, Like Most New AAC Teams, Excited To Face UConn

    CONFERENCE SPOTLIGHT<br>Taking On The Champ: SMU, Like Most New AAC Teams, Excited To Face UConn
    UNCASVILLE — They began perusing the rosters at the airport in Texas, continued studying on the flight to Connecticut and had the names of their future opponents memorized on the drive to the Mohegan Sun. Keena Mays and Akil Simpson, the players...