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  • UConn Beats SMU, 81-48

    DALLAS — After coaching his 1,000th UConn game Saturday at Houston, Geno Auriemma warned his audience not to start planning the 2,000th celebration. And how could you blame him? It would take time and energy to get there, things he likely won't...
  • Former UConn Soccer Player Jossimar Sanchez Signs With New England Revolution

    UConn sent out the following press release today on former soccer standout Jossimar Sanchez, who has signed with the New England Revolution ... FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Former UConn men’s soccer standout Jossimar Sanchez has reached an...
  • Teel Time: ACC coaches analyze Virginia-Syracuse showdown

    Teel Time: ACC coaches analyze Virginia-Syracuse showdown
    Notre Dame coach Mike Brey pondered the X's and O's. He suggested how Virginia might attack Syracuse’s peerless zone defense and how the Orange might counter against the Cavaliers’ relentless man-to-man. But in forecasting the outcome of...
  • UConn Hungry In Huge Rematch With No. 11 Cincinnati

    UConn Hungry In Huge Rematch With No. 11 Cincinnati
    STORRS — Whatever UConn and Cincinnati do at the XL Center Saturday, it's unlikely that either team will surprise the other. And however the game turns out, it's unlikely that it will be the result of pressure or jitters. These are two of the...
  • UConn Guts Out A Schedule That Will Only Get More Grueling

     UConn Guts Out A Schedule That Will Only Get More Grueling
    HARTFORD — Kevin Ollie is demanding. He's an early riser, passionate about his physical fitness, nearly every minute of his day scheduled. Ollie expects the same of his players; when they don't perform well, he'll say it emphatically, and he...
  • Geno, UConn Women Say It's Time To Relax And Take It All In

    Geno, UConn Women Say It's Time To Relax And Take It All In
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Despite larger goals still to conquer, UConn did not just shrug Monday after wrapping up the first American Athletic Conference regular season championship. "We said to ourselves, let's just enjoy this moment," Bria Hartley said....
  • Inaugural AAC Women's Tourney: What To Know

    After years of unsuccessfully lobbying Big East administrators for the chance to host their women's basketball tournament, the Mohegan Sun Arena found the new American Athletic Conference willing to listen. And beginning with a doubleheader Friday night,...
  • Ollie Has Huskies Filled With Confidence As Postseason Nears

    Ollie Has Huskies Filled With Confidence As Postseason Nears
    STORRS – The postgame ceremonies were over but the emotional ride had not reached its conclusion. Kevin Ollie took the microphone and let 10,000 of his closest friends in on a little secret. "I'm planning to come back here in April and raise a...
  • UConn's Dolson, Hartley, Jefferson, Stewart On AAC First Team

    UConn's Dolson, Hartley, Jefferson, Stewart On AAC First Team
    After sweeping through the first regular season in American Athletic Conference history, No. 1 UConn took home several awards Thursday. Seniors Stefanie Dolson and Bria Hartley and sophomores Moriah Jefferson and Breanna Stewart were named to the AAC's...
  • AAC Tournament Primer: Focus On Guards, Hall Of Fame Coaches

    MEMPHIS — The first American Athletic Conference men's basketball tournament is here, and it caps an inaugural season of celebration. The emerging league prominently featured terrific guards and coaches. "There was a lot of talk about what it was,...
  • AAC Notes: Different Worlds For Rick Pitino, Larry Brown

    MEMPHIS – For one Hall of Fame coach it was business as usual, maybe a little better. For the other it was a harsh dose of reality. Rick Pitino and Louisville advance. Larry Brown and Southern Methodist go home and wait. "I kind of had it in my...