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  • Mosqueda-Lewis Moves Into 2nd Place For Three-Pointers

    Mosqueda-Lewis Moves Into 2nd Place For Three-Pointers
    HARTFORD —In her first regular-season game as a UConn freshman against Holy Cross on Nov. 13, 2011, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis missed each of her seven three-point attempts in a 28-minute performance that yielded just seven points. The trouble...
  • Stokes Has The Grades, But On Court She Can Think Too Much

    Stokes Has The Grades, But On Court She Can Think Too Much
    The 12-day break that bridged UConn's victories over Notre Dame on Dec. 6 and DePaul on Friday was not spent nonchalantly. It was exam time, and by Dec. 13, each UConn player had finished her academic requirements. This is always a nervous time around...
  • Kia Nurse Fitting In Well At UConn, Thrives On Challenge

    Kia Nurse Fitting In Well At UConn, Thrives On Challenge
    UNCASVILLE — Kia Nurse knows that her first semester as a student and eight games as an athlete at UConn have featured a broad spectrum of emotions for her freshmen class. And she has loved just about every minute of it. "It's been fantastic for...
  • UConn Women's Insider: Auriemma Turns To WNBA For Olympic Staff Member

    UConn Women's Insider: Auriemma Turns To WNBA For Olympic Staff Member
    Geno Auriemma is not the only women's basketball coach to celebrate multiple championships over the past four years by shaking President Obama's hand. Cheryl Reeve, coach of the WNBA's Minnesota Lynx, has done it twice after winning the 2011 and 2013...
  • UConn Women's Basketball Team Preps For AAC Schedule; First Up Is Southern Methodist

     UConn Women's Basketball Team Preps For AAC Schedule; First Up Is Southern Methodist
    STORRS — Back in the days of the old Big East and the newborn American Athletic Conference, UConn's league schedule was filled with at least a few games each season that might make Geno Auriemma lose a few minutes' sleep on the night before a game....
  • Auriemma Now Tops In Winning Percentage

    Geno Auriemma is literally on top of the world of women’s college basketball following Saturday’s win over SMU at the XL Center.  The victory, UConn’s eighth straight, made Auriemma the all-time leader in winning percentage in the...
  • Huskies Dismiss SMU, 96-45

    Huskies Dismiss SMU, 96-45
    HARTFORD — For the first nine games this season, Moriah Jefferson seemed a step behind, tough to imagine for someone so instinctive and quick. The determination, confidence — the acceleration — that characterized her performance last...
  • Auriemma's Winning Percentage Now Highest In Women's Basketball

     Auriemma's Winning Percentage Now Highest In Women's Basketball
    HARTFORD — Geno Auriemma is literally on top of the women's college basketball world following Saturday's win over SMU at the XL Center. The victory, UConn's eighth straight, made Auriemma the all-time leader in winning percentage in the history...
  • Stokes Performs In Classroom, Too

    The 12-day break that bridged UConn’s victories over Notre Dame on Dec. 6 and DePaul on Friday was not spent nonchalantly. It was exam time and by last Saturday each of its players had finished their academic requirements.    This is always...
  • Still No Word From Edwards, But Huskies Not Surprised By Exit

    Still No Word From Edwards, But Huskies Not Surprised By Exit
    Geno Auriemma said Wednesday he was not surprised with the decision of freshman Sadie Edwards to transfer following UConn's win over Notre Dame on Dec. 6. "It didn't work," Auriemma said. Edwards, who began her high school career helping lead Mercy-...
  • On The Fly: NJIT Scores Upset For The Ages

    Not long ago, the New Jersey Institute of Technology was a college basketball punch line. The Highlanders couldn't win a game. They literally couldn't win a game. They lost 51 in a row before finally winning in January 2009, cementing their place as the...