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  • On The Fly: Maya Moore Named WNBA MVP

    Since Maya Moore gave up soccer as a little girl because she thought it was too slow, her athletic life has been one competitive thrill ride after the other. On Thursday, the four-time UConn all-American was named the WNBA's Most Valuable Player, a just...
  • On The Fly

    Without the girl power that Mo'ne Davis supplied for the past few weeks, the Little League World Series will crown its United States champion Saturday when Nevada plays Illinois. We've loved the player introductions during the first inning when the...
  • Sky secure 80-77 victory in playoff opener

    Sky secure 80-77 victory in playoff opener
    ATLANTA — Guard Courtney Vandersloot made a tiebreaking jumper from the top of the key with 20.9 seconds remaining to seal the Sky's 80-77 victory over the Atlanta Dream on Friday night in the opener of the WNBA Eastern Conference semifinal series...
  • Diana Taurasi leads Mercury past Sparks, 75-72, in playoff opener

    Diana Taurasi hit four straight free throws in the final 40 seconds, and the Phoenix Mercury beat the Sparks, 75-72, on Friday night in the first round of the WNBA playoffs. Taurasi had a personal playoff-best 34 points and DeWanna Bonner added 13 for...
  • Sky's Quigley WNBA 'Sixth Woman of Year'

    Sky's Quigley WNBA 'Sixth Woman of Year'
    Earlier this season, Sky coach Pokey Chatman told guard Allie Quigley, “You’re the captain of my second team.” The WNBA announced Sunday that Quigley has become the league-wide version of captain of the second team by being voted Sixth...
  • Sky lose early lead, miss chance to end series

    Sky lose early lead, miss chance to end series
    Too much Angel McCoughtry. Too many Atlanta fast-break points and points in the paint. Too many Sky turnovers. Not enough Sky rebounds or help from the bench. Add that up, and it is easy to see how the Sky lost an early 10-point lead and a...
  • Sparks swept out of playoffs by Phoenix Mercury

    Magic was in the stands, but there was no magic on the court for the Sparks on Sunday evening. In front of the team's new owner, Magic Johnson, the Sparks were swept out of the playoffs by the Phoenix Mercury, 93-68, in Game 2 of their best-of-three...
  • UConn, Sun Represented On USA Invite List

        Former UConn All-Americans Bria Hartley, Stefanie Dolson, current Husky All-American Breanna Stewart and Connecticut Sun rookie Chiney Ogwumike are among the 27 players who will begin training in defense of the USA's FIBA World Championship title on...
  • Many With Connecticut Ties In Women's National Team Pool

    Many With Connecticut Ties In Women's National Team Pool
    Geno Auriemma will be again surrounded by familiar faces when USA Basketball opens training camp Sept. 8 for the FIBA World Championship in Turkey. Among those included in the pool of 27 players invited to tryout are former UConn All-Americans Bria...
  • Delle Donne short on stamina for Sky playoff run

    Delle Donne short on stamina for Sky playoff run
    Pokey Chatman didn't want Elena Delle Donne to play 36 minutes in Sunday's Game 2 of the WNBA playoffs against Atlanta. The idea was to keep her at 30 to 32. Easier planned than done. Foul trouble and a short bench with no effective forwards meant the...
  • Geno Auriemma: Breanna Stewart Able To Compete With World's Best

     Geno Auriemma: Breanna Stewart Able To Compete With World's Best
    Winning another world championship in women's basketball will have to be done in the usual fashion. While Geno Auriemma's USA players have been competing for various WNBA teams, the rest of the world's teams have been practicing together. This is...