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  • On The Fly: Shonn Miller To Play For UConn

    UConn men's basketball got itself a wealth of experience. Shonn Miller, soon to be a Cornell graduate, will play out his college basketball career in Storrs. Miller, who made the decision on Saturday during a visit to campus, said that he would have...
  • Anthony Kay Pitches In To Keep UConn On Track

    STORRS — Anthony Kay was home watching on TV the day UConn beat Notre Dame to clinch the last Big East baseball championship two years ago, and it left a lasting imprint. "I watched the entire tournament," he said, "and watching [Anthony] Marzi...
  • Cornell's Shonn Miller Chooses UConn

    Cornell's Shonn Miller Chooses UConn
    STORRS – Shonn Miller, who will soon graduate from Cornell, will continue his college basketball career as a grad student next season. Miller, 6-foot-7, who averaged 16.8 points and 8.5 rebounds per game for Cornell last season. He visited the...
  • Regional Digest: East Carolina Gets The Jump On UConn

    East Carolina Gets Jump On UConn East Carolina scored four runs in the first inning on the way to a 7-3 victory over UConn on Friday afternoon at J.O. Christian Field in Storrs in an American Athletic Conference baseball game. The three-game series...
  • Sky's top pick Cheyenne Parker comes with risk; Jewell Loyd goes No. 1 to Seattle

    Sky's top pick Cheyenne Parker comes with risk; Jewell Loyd goes No. 1 to Seattle
    The Sky may have raised a few eyebrows when they selected Cheyenne Parker with the fifth overall pick in the WNBA draft on Thursday night. After all, the 6-foot-4 Middle Tennessee State forward wasn't a high-profile name before the draft, and she was...
  • Sun Take Duke's Williams With First Pick, Fourth Overall

    Sun Take Duke's Williams With First Pick, Fourth Overall
    UNCASVILLE — The Connecticut Sun began the process of getting back to the playoffs after a two-year absence Thursday by selecting Duke's 6-foot-3 All-American center Elizabeth Williams with the fourth overall pick in the first round of the WNBA...
  • Storm Take KML With 3rd Pick; Stokes To Liberty At No. 11

    Storm Take KML With 3rd Pick; Stokes To Liberty At No. 11
    UNCASVILLE — The names change every season, but the curiosity about what WNBA front offices think about prospects posted on their draftboards does not. In this league, benefits are in the eyes of the beholder. Consider the case of UConn's Kaleena...
  • UConn Men's Insider: Ollie-To-NBA Rumors Renewed With OKC

    UConn Men's Insider: Ollie-To-NBA Rumors Renewed With OKC
    It's that time of year again. Basketball coaches are changing addresses, especially in the NBA, now that teams have been eliminated from the playoffs. In Connecticut, that means Kevin Ollie's name will come up. It's bound to happen every year, so get...
  • Regional Digest: UConn Hammers Bryant, 18-5

    The UConn baseball team pounded out 17 hits en route to an 18-5 victory at Bryant on Wednesday afternoon. The Huskies improve to 24-13 and are a season-high 11 games over .500, while the Bulldogs drop to 10-16. Jack Sundberg (Mansfield) paced a red-hot...
  • Auriemma Lobbies Legislators For More Money For UConn

    Auriemma Lobbies Legislators For More Money For UConn
    HARTFORD — With $40 million less in state funds than they say is needed for next fall, UConn leaders brought in their heaviest hitter Tuesday as part of the annual "Husky Day" celebration at the state Capitol. Fresh off his 10th national...
  • Husky Day Brings UConn Teams To Capitol

    Husky Day Brings UConn Teams To Capitol
    HARTFORD — For the UConn field hockey and women's basketball teams, it was another victory lap through the corridors of state government. Up to the governor's office, and back down to the lobby of the State Capitol they went, to be congratulated...