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  • 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-...
  • Mosqueda-Lewis, Stokes Could Be On Sun's Radar For WNBA Draft

    Mosqueda-Lewis, Stokes Could Be On Sun's Radar For WNBA Draft
    UNCASVILLE — Under normal circumstances, holding the third and fourth draft picks in the first round would seem to be a great opportunity to turn a team around. But the 2015 WNBA draft does not appear to be a stellar one, certainly not the variety...
  • 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,"...
  • 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...
  • High-Scoring Martinez Making Her Mark At Iona

    High-Scoring Martinez Making Her Mark At Iona
    Tom Johnson was trying to remember, off the top of his head, how many scoring records Damika Martinez held at Platt High School in Meriden. "I think she owns just about every scoring record there is," said Johnson, who coached Platt's varsity girls...
  • Lin Dunn Talks UConn Basketball

    Lin Dunn retired as coach of the WNBA’s Indiana Fever after the 2014 season, ending a career that spanned five decades in women’s basketball as a player and coach. She went out on top with her induction to the women’s basketball Hall...
  • Former Lakers star Michael Cooper is diagnosed with tongue cancer

    Former Lakers star Michael Cooper is diagnosed with tongue cancer
    Former Lakers star Michael Cooper has been diagnosed with early-stage tongue cancer and will take a leave of absence from his duties as coach of the WNBA team in Atlanta. Cooper is expected to recover fully after surgery this week at Emory University....
  • Orlando athlete seizes chance to shed weight on 'Biggest Loser'

    Orlando athlete seizes chance to shed weight on 'Biggest Loser'
    Former WNBA player Vanessa Hayden is going public with something most people would prefer to hide: The Orlando resident will share her weight problems on national television. Hayden weighs 366 pounds as she begins the reality series "The Bigger Loser:...
  • Sky fall to Mercury 87-69

    Sky fall to Mercury 87-69
    Diana Taurasi reached a milestone Wednesday night at the Chicago Sky's expense. During the third quarter, the Phoenix guard became the No. 2 scorer in WNBA history, surpassing Katie Smith, as the Mercury waxed Chicago 87-69 in the US Airways Center in...
  • Mercury dominate Sky in Game 1 of WNBA Finals

    Mercury dominate Sky in Game 1 of WNBA Finals
    PHOENIX — There was one big takeaway from Game 1 of the WNBA Finals. The Sky have no chance against the Mercury if Elena Delle Donne's lower back problem keeps her from contributing more than she did in Sunday's 83-62 loss, a thrashing much worse...
  • Chicago Sky head to WNBA Finals

    Chicago Sky head to WNBA Finals
    Chicago loves a bandwagon. There's no downside to that. What would we have done with ourselves this summer if not for the Blackhawks, World Cup soccer and Jackie Robinson West? So climb aboard, sports fans: The Chicago Sky are headed to the WNBA Finals....