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University of Connecticut Women's Basketball Program

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  • Huskies Count Out The Tigers ... Eins, Zwei, Drei

    Huskies Count Out The Tigers ... Eins, Zwei, Drei
    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — There will be no more Saturday nights in March, magical nights at the corner of 33rd Street and Eighth Avenue and the intersection of Ewing and Kemba. For UConn, Syracuse and some other elite basketball schools, there will be no...
  • 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...
  • UConn Women's Hockey Feature: First-Year Coach Chris MacKenzie

    A link to a feature story on UConn women's hockey coach Chris MacKenzie, which ran in Thursday's Courant. The UConn bio for "Mac." The Huskies schedule, roster and statistics. 
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Five things different about this year's Terps-UConn women's matchup

    Five things different about this year's Terps-UConn women's matchup
    When the No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball team hosts top-ranked UConn on Friday, the Terrapins will need to forget last year’s pair of double-digit losses against the Huskies. Hostile environments, injuries and a host of other concerns...
  • Central Women's Basketball Team Defeats Rhode Island For First Victory

    Jessica Babe led four players in double-figures with 17 points as the Central Connecticut women's basketball team defeated Rhode Island 65-58 Wednesday in New Britain for its first victory of the season. T. Meade of CCSU was there to write it up....
  • 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...
  • SHABAZZ NAPIER Neighborhood Lessons In Boston Started The Education Of A Point Guard

    SHABAZZ NAPIER<br>Neighborhood Lessons In Boston Started The Education Of A Point Guard
    STORRS — It was a field trip, which for some students is perhaps a license to tune out, lay low. Jason Irizarry took a group of UConn basketball players from his urban education class to one of the poorest districts in the United States, to the...