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  • WNBA, ESPN Announce 2015 Schedule

    This just in from the WNBA: The reigning WNBA champion Phoenix Mercury, led by 2014 Finals MVP Diana Taurasi and 2014 Defensive Player of the Year Brittney Griner, will be among the 10 teams in action on June 5 when WNBA tips off its 2015 season. The...
  • Connecticut Sun Release 2015 Schedule

    The Connecticut Sun, with the primary goal of getting back to the playoffs after missing them the past two seasons, will begin their 13th year at Mohegan Sun Arena against Washington on June 5 and will play three of their first four games at home....
  • Chicago Sky to host Indiana Fever in 2015 opener

    Chicago Sky to host Indiana Fever in 2015 opener
    The Chicago Sky, who reached the WNBA Finals for the first time in 2014 by upsetting Indiana in the Eastern Conference finals, will host the Fever in their 2015 season opener June 5. Tip-off is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Allstate Arena. The Sky, who...
  • UConn Women Insider: Tamika Williams Overcomes Divorce, Dad's Death

    UConn Women Insider: Tamika Williams Overcomes Divorce, Dad's Death
    From her new office at the University of Kentucky, Tamika Williams was able to see the Wildcats volleyball team practice this season. That must have been therapeutic for someone who as a girl in Ohio played softball and volleyball before picking up a...
  • 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-...
  • Lobo Says Stokes Could Have Long WNBA Career

    Lobo Says Stokes Could Have Long WNBA Career
    UNCASVILLE — Rebecca Lobo said Sunday she believes UConn center Kiah Stokes will have a long and successful WNBA career. "I think she is going to be a really good WNBA player and there's a few reasons I believe so," Lobo said before working...
  • And the RedEye Stud and Dud of the Year winners are ...

    And the RedEye Stud and Dud of the Year winners are ...
    While many Chicago fans were wringing their hands over Wrigley Field renovations or trying to to dissect the White Sox's bullpen problems, the Sky were busy reaching the WNBA Finals for the first time in franchise history.  Then again, someone certainly...
  • 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...
  • This is Allie Quigley's moment

    This is Allie Quigley's moment
    Other pro athletes are wimps compared with women’s basketball players. Hold judgment for a second. Players like the Sky’s Allie Quigley often go straight from the five-month WNBA season into a seven-month schedule in Europe. “...
  • 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:...
  • 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,"...