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  • Where Will UConn Go? A Look Ahead To The NCAA Women's Bracket

     Where Will UConn Go? A Look Ahead To The NCAA Women's Bracket
    STORRS — When it comes to UConn, the questions surrounding the NCAA Tournament never deal with "what if" as much as "where from." Such is the case again this season. The No.1 Huskies (34-0), defending national champion, champion of the first...
  • Huskies Get A Workout Against Cardinals' Zone

    MEMPHIS — The game had broken down, the Huskies were down by 20, so only so much can be read into it. But it was a good chance for the Huskies to get more work against Louisville's zone defense, with it's pressure and match-up properties. In that...
  • Roundup: Balanced offense drives No. 3 Syracuse women's lacrosse past No. 4 Florida, 17-12

    Roundup: Balanced offense drives No. 3 Syracuse women's lacrosse past No. 4 Florida, 17-12
    Freshman attacker Taylor Poplawski led No. 3 Syracuse (7-1) with a career-high four goals in a 17-12 win over visiting No. 4 Florida (8-2) on Saturday. The Orange held the Gators scoreless for the first 15 minutes of the game while accumulating a...
  • Louisville Too Much For UConn

     Louisville Too Much For UConn
    MEMPHIS — Louisville took home the trophies the Huskies had been eyeballing, and there is no substitute for that. UConn brought back items less tangible — confidence, self-esteem, things that seemed lost a week ago. The Huskies, now, can...
  • NCAA Women's Tourney Overview: Can Anybody Knock Off UConn?

    Like most selection days in NCAA women's basketball, the focus from around the country was fixed on Storrs. Unbeaten UConn, the No. 1 team in the country, will begin its title defense at home before journeying to Lincoln, Neb. Around the country,...
  • UConn Women's Path To National Title Begins With Prairie View

    UConn Women's Path To National Title Begins With Prairie View
    STORRS – Since UConn wrapped up the American Athletic Conference championship on March 10, the Huskies have been doing their own thing at their own pace. Preparing for the NCAA Tournament is something the Huskies are obviously quite familiar with....
  • Just Part Of The Madness: Phil Martelli Is A UConn Foe And A UConn Best Friend

    Just Part Of The Madness: Phil Martelli Is A UConn Foe And A UConn Best Friend
    STORRS — The first call Geno Auriemma got after he won his first national championship in 1995 wasn't from President Clinton, Governor John Rowland or Jim Calhoun. It was from St. Joseph's coach Phil Martelli. "He was one of the first guys on...
  • Capitol Steps: Courant Columnist To Make Good On Boast After UConn Men Win It All

    Capitol Steps: Courant Columnist To Make Good On Boast After UConn Men Win It All
    And so I walk. ... "Color me not convinced. Call me the Doubting Pitino if you want, but I'll carry this banner from the state Capitol to Gampel Pavilion if UConn wins the national championship." Those are the 30 words that got me into trouble. Those...
  • XL Center Lands AAC Men's Basketball Tournament For 2015

    XL Center Lands AAC Men's Basketball Tournament For 2015
    HARTFORD — One day after the city drew more than 200,000 for the UConn dual championship celebration, Hartford scored another college basketball triumph. The American Athletic Conference announced Monday it will play its men's basketball...
  • Men's lacrosse roundup: Harvard holds on to defeat Princeton, 9-8

    No. 15 Harvard hung on in the last quarter Saturday to beat No. 17 Princeton, 9-8, and earn an Ivy League tournament spot. The Tigers (7-5, 2-3 Ivy) scored first before the host Crimson (8-5, 4-1) got seven straight goals over 17 minutes. Princeton...
  • Sportswriter, award winner David Teel: 'It's the only job I ever wanted'

    Sportswriter, award winner David Teel: 'It's the only job I ever wanted'
    The origins of David Teel's sportswriting career hang on his living room wall. "It was late December of 1968 and I was 9 years old," Teel recalled. "The Baltimore Colts were playing the Cleveland Browns for the NFL championship, and the New York Jets...