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  • UConn Releases Field Hockey Schedule

    UConn, which won the national championship in field hockey last season, announced its schedule for the 2014 season. Here is the release from Storrs: Defending Champs Will Play 17 Regular-Season Games STORRS, Conn. – The University of Connecticut's...
  • Butler Joins UConn, Now Has A Year Off To Prepare

     Butler Joins UConn, Now Has A Year Off To Prepare
    When Geno Auriemma first heard that Georgetown freshman Natalie Butler was interested in transferring to UConn, he turned to one of his best friends for advice. And DePaul coach Doug Bruno, the man who will assist Auriemma in the 2014 World...
  • Natalie Butler, Big East's Top Freshman, Coming To UConn

    Natalie Butler, Big East's Top Freshman, Coming To UConn
    Natalie Butler, the Big East freshman of the year at Georgetown, will transfer to UConn and one of the coaches she competed against in the Big East said the Huskies are getting a special player. "Natalie was the most impressive freshman I have coached...
  • Katie Lou Samuelson Latest Recruit To Join UConn Women

    Katie Lou Samuelson Latest Recruit To Join UConn Women
    When Katie Lou Samuelson, the versatile 6-foot-3 wing from Huntington Beach, Calif., announced on Twitter Monday she will play for UConn, it put a exclamation point on a remarkable two-year recruiting run for the nine-time national champions. áá And...
  • UConn Women 2015-16

    The commitment of Katie Lou Samuelson, California's Gatorade player of the year as a high school junior at Mater Dei last season, sets UConn up with a truly dynamic top 12 players for next season. Here's a look at the potential Husky roster on opening...
  • Geno Says Natalie Butler Can Be A 'Game-Changer'

    Geno Says Natalie Butler Can Be A 'Game-Changer'
    Natalie Butler's transfer to UConn was made official by the women's basketball program on Wednesday and Geno Auriemma said the 6-foot-5 center from Georgetown, in time, will be a great asset to his program. "Coming out of high school, Natalie was one of...
  • College Update: Rachel Fox helps make history for Chapman tennis

    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Rachel Fox (La Ca˝ada High, 2011) Chapman tennis junior: The former All-Area singles player turned in a season to remember in doubles alongside teammate Andrea Hammer. The tandem...
  • Milford Mill guard Dionna White commits to Georgetown

    Milford Mill guard Dionna White commits to Georgetown
    Milford Millájunior Dionna White, a three-time All-Metro first-teamácombo guard, has committed to play for Georgetown. In March, White led the No. 3 Millers to their first state title since 2008 and the best record in school history, 26-1. Combining...
  • Benimon and Usher follow similar paths seeking NBA dreams

    WASHINGTON -- When Washington Wizards head coach Randy Wittman broke the huddle, concluding a pre-draft workout for NBA prospects at the Verizon Center Thursday, Towson forward Jerrelle Benimon proceeded to the sideline with his head down. Benimon...
  • Bryant upsets No. 2 seed Syracuse, 10-9, in NCAA men's lacrosse tournament

    Even after fighting back to tie the game in the fourth quarter, host No. 2 seed Syracuse could not break through against Bryant, which never trailed en route to a 10-9 upset on Sunday night. Led by attacker Tucker James' four goals and two assists,...
  • NCAA women first round: Loyola advances; Hopkins, Towson fall

    Loyola Maryland punched its ticket to the second round of the NCAA women's lacrosse tournament with a 10-4 win over Massachusetts (18-2) on Friday night, pulling away by scoring six of the game's seven second-half goals. Sydney Thomas and Annie Thomas...