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  • UConn Football: 2015 Schedule Released

      What’s goin on? UConn has released its 2015 schedule per athletic communications… UConn Athletic Communications – February 19, 2015 – 2015 UConn Football Schedule Announced STORRS, Conn. – The 2015 University of...
  • AAC Football Schedule Set; UConn Plays Navy Sept. 26

    AAC Football Schedule Set; UConn Plays Navy Sept. 26
    UConn will play eight teams that were in bowl games, five American Athletic Conference East division opponents and three from the West. The AAC opens divisional play this summer, and the first AAC football title game will be Dec. 5 at the site of one...
  • Like UConn, Memphis Has Had A Disappointing Season

    Like UConn, Memphis Has Had A Disappointing Season
    MEMPHIS – Visitors are accustomed to hearing the blues in Memphis, but it usually doesn't extend to basketball. "This is the toughest stretch for us," Memphis coach Josh Pastner said. "Other than the beginning of the season, when I over scheduled...
  • UConn Win Over Houston No Sweat In Another AAC Laugher

    UConn Win Over Houston No Sweat In Another AAC Laugher
    HARTFORD — Even the most ardent admirer of women's basketball in the American Athletic Conference would have to admit that Tuesday's game at the XL Center was something of a mismatch. That's because there's more than prairie separating UConn and...
  • As UConn Women Regain No. 1 Spot, Chong Emerging As Player

    As UConn Women Regain No. 1 Spot, Chong Emerging As Player
    STORRS – UConn returned Monday to the top of The Associated Press Top 25 for the first time since its loss to Stanford on Nov. 17 ended a 47-game winning streak. And also on Monday, Moriah Jefferson was selected player of the week in the...
  • No. 25 SMU rolls past UConn, 73-55

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Texas Connecticut may have won the national title in Arlington, Texas but Saturday night the big celebration belonged to SMU. The Mustangs rolled over the defending champion, capping off their first ESPN GameDay with a resounding 73-55...
  • UCF men's basketball prepares for physical test against Cincinnati

    UCF men's basketball prepares for physical test against Cincinnati
    Just four seconds separate the most physically taxed athlete in the American Athletic Conference and UCF freshman guard Adonys Henriquez. Henriquez averages 35 minutes of playing time per game for the Knights. Jherrod Stiggers, a junior guard for...
  • American Athletic Conference may add new bowl games in 2015

    American Athletic Conference may add new bowl games in 2015
    As the American Athletic Conference continues to look for ways to expand its fledgling brand, league officials are looking into the possibility of creating additional new bowl games in the near future. AAC commissioner Mike Aresco told the Sentinel...
  • Five questions with UCF WBB's Zykira Lewis

    Five questions with UCF WBB's Zykira Lewis
    Zykira Lewis is just a sophomore for UCF women's basketball, but she's already earned the title as the team's most reliable scorer. Lewis, who was a unanimous selection to the American Athletic Conference All-Freshman team last year, put over 20...
  • USF Unable To Rattle Huskies

    USF Unable To Rattle Huskies
    STORRS — The upheaval preceding this second season of American Athletic Conference women's basketball unearthed two realities for the teams now in the league. The first: UConn likely would not be upended, unless one of those earthquakes rattling...
  • 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...