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  • Girls basketball preview: Dorothy Gaters is Ms. Marshall

    Girls basketball preview: Dorothy Gaters is Ms. Marshall
    Positioned near halfcourt, Dorothy Gaters scratches her head with frustration while watching one of her players take a wider-than-necessary cut to the basket during a preseason practice. Gaters has coached the simple inbounds play thousands of times...
  • Could It Be "Mission Impossible" Again For Stanford

      On the day UConn’s record 90-game winning streak ended at Stanford - Dec. 30, 2010 - the Cardinal team that accomplished it completely understood how significant an accomplishment it was.   "I was on a team that completed "Mission Impossible,"...
  • Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis Has Renewed Focus In Senior Season

    Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis Has Renewed Focus In Senior Season
    STORRS — After UConn won its ninth national championship, coach Geno Auriemma reminded one of his best players — a past All-American who made the All-Final Four team — that she would have to look after her conditioning. Essentially,...
  • Brittney Griner injured slightly in China knife attack

    Brittney Griner injured slightly in China knife attack
    A man wielding a knife cut WNBA center Brittney Griner's elbow during an attack in China, but she was not seriously injured, according to her agent. Griner did not require hospitalization to treat the injury, which was considered superficial. She was...
  • WNBA's Brittney Griner injured in knife attack in China

    Brittney Griner of the Phoenix Mercury suffered a cut to her elbow Monday during a knife attack following a practice with her team in China, according to multiple reports. In an apparent random attack, a man wielding a knife and screaming chased...
  • Griner injured slightly in knife attack

    The Sports Xchange Griner injured slightly in knife attack A man wielding a knife cut WNBA center Brittney Griner's elbow during an attack in China, but she was not seriously injured, according to her agent. Griner did not require hospitalization to...
  • PRESS BOX: NASCAR crews, not drivers, punished for fight

    The Sports Xchange PRESS BOX: NASCAR crews, not drivers, punished for fight NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers Jeff Gordon, Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski avoided fines after a fight on pit row Sunday at the AAA Texas 500, but crew chiefs and crew members...
  • Mosqueda-Lewis Working Hard To Prove Skeptics Wrong

    Coming in a few weeks is the Hartford Courant's annual college basketball preview section. It will be jammed with a lot of things you'll likely want to absorb before the UConn women begin the season Nov. 14 at UC Davis. One of the stories I am preparing...
  • UConn Women Alumni Well-Represented At First Night

    UConn Women Alumni Well-Represented At First Night
    STORRS — Invited to the dedication of the privately funded $40 million Werth Family Basketball Center on Friday were a number of former women's basketball players from the past nine UConn national championship teams. Meghan Pattyson-Culmo, Rebecca...
  • Bill Laimbeer Let Go As Coach, GM Of WNBA's Liberty

    Bill Laimbeer Let Go As Coach, GM Of WNBA's Liberty
    The New York Liberty parted ways with coach and general manager Bill Laimbeer on Tuesday. The WNBA team announceed that his contract was not renewed after the Liberty failed to make the playoffs the past two seasons and had a 26-42 record under...
  • Geno Auriemma's Team USA Wins Another World Title

    Geno Auriemma's Team USA Wins Another World Title
    When Geno Auriemma decided to accept his second term as coach of USA Basketball's senior national team, he understood what was expected. The mandate was winning another world championship. And even though his team didn't have as much preparation time as...