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  • No. 22 UCF baseball has deep pitching staff despite losing Eric Skoglund

    No Eric Skoglund? No problem for UCF baseball.  Aside from boasting one of the deepest pitching staffs in seven seasons per Knights coach Terry Rooney, UCF players have something else working in their favor as they prepare for their season opener - an...
  • UConn Feels Confident For AAC Rematch With Tulsa

    UConn Feels Confident For AAC Rematch With Tulsa
    STORRS – The Huskies were just about at the bottom of their game when they took the floor at Tulsa a month ago. It was a depth they can't reach again if they are to turn around this difficult season. "We didn't show much toughness down there,"...
  • UConn Men Right The Ship With Back-To-Back AAC Wins

    UConn Men Right The Ship With Back-To-Back AAC Wins
    NEW ORLEANS — When you lose enough games, it's time to play as if there's nothing left to lose. "We know all the odds are against us," Terrence Samuel said after UConn's 65-52 win against East Carolina Wednesday. "A lot of people don't believe...
  • Ryan Boatright Is American Conference Player Of The Week

    Ryan Boatright Is American Conference Player Of The Week
    Ryan Boatright was named the American Athletic Conference player of the week for the second time this season. Boatright, the league's leading scorer at 17.8 per game, has been carrying UConn though recent games, scoring 94 points in the last four games,...
  • UConn Not The Only Established Program Having Rough Season

    UConn Not The Only Established Program Having Rough Season
    HOUSTON – UConn has some company in this difficult season. If the Huskies are destined to play in the NIT – and after losing 70-68 at Houston on Sunday, they will have to improve to get there – they will find some familiar foes....
  • On The Fly: Super Bowl Monday Doesn't Deserve Holiday Status

    On The Fly: Super Bowl Monday Doesn't Deserve Holiday Status
    On this Monday after the Super Bowl, there remain people who believe this should be a national holiday. They say that the Super Bowl celebrates a distinctive American tradition. I disagree on the merits of it being a national holiday. The Super Bowl was...
  • UCF softball preseason No. 1 in conference poll

    UCF softball preseason No. 1 in conference poll
    To little surprise UCF softball was selected as the preseason favorite to win the American Athletic Conference. A total of five out of seven league coaches gave the Knights first place votes. UCF won the inaugural American title last season and return...
  • UCF men's basketball falls to Temple 86-62

    UCF men's basketball falls to Temple 86-62
    The hole just got a little deeper for the UCF men’s basketball team as it suffered its fourth consecutive loss, this one a 86-62 defeat against Temple Wednesday night at CFE Arena. Playing without leading scorer B.J. Taylor, who is recovering from...
  • Preview Capsule: East Carolina at No. 2 UConn

    Site: XL Center Time: Wednesday, 7 p.m. TV: SNY (Eric Frede, Meghan Culmo and Kerith Burke) Radio: WTIC-AM 1080 (Bob Joyce and Debbie Fiske) Series history: UConn, 1-0 Last meeting: UConn, 89-38, Dec. 31, 2014, Greenville, N.C. Streaks: East...
  • With Stokes Leading Way, UConn Might Establish Blocks Mark

    With Stokes Leading Way, UConn  Might Establish Blocks Mark
    CINCINNATI — When you've won 17 in a row and pounded eight conference opponents by an average of 49.4 points, it's understandable that a team might like to keep its edge by chasing individual and team milestones. This season, the UConn Huskies...
  • AAC commissioner pleased with progress of league, but sees room for improvement

    AAC commissioner pleased with progress of league, but sees room for improvement
      Mike Aresco is pleased with the progress that the American Athletic Conference made in football its second full-season, but the league’s commissioner knows there is still plenty of work that needs to be done. “We’re still...