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  • UConn Women's Roster: A Closer Look

    UConn Women's Roster: A Closer Look
    Brianna Banks, No. 13 5-9, G JR., Newnan, Ga. Was just coming into her own last season when she hurt her knee at St. John's on Feb. 2 and was lost for the season. Extremely quick and a good defender. Saniya Chong, No. 12 5-8, G FR., Ossining, N.Y....
  • UCONN WOMEN'S OUTLOOK The Best Defense: Season After Title Offers Challenge, But Talent Is There To Repeat

    UCONN WOMEN'S OUTLOOK<br>The Best Defense: Season After Title Offers Challenge, But Talent Is There To Repeat
    STORRS — During the course of his Hall of Fame career, now enriched by eight NCAA championships and an Olympic gold medal, UConn's Geno Auriemma has distinguished himself by digging below the surface of the apparent. It is there, buried under the...
  • For Magic radio voice Dennis Neumann, the Marine Corps Marathon will be a family affair

    For Magic radio voice Dennis Neumann, the Marine Corps Marathon will be a family affair
    As the Orlando Magic's radio play-by-play announcer, Dennis Neumann spends his working life describing the athletic exploits of others. But one week from Sunday, Neumann, his stepson and one of his stepdaughters will do something few pro athletes ever...
  • ODU dives into unknown of Conference USA competition

    ODU dives into unknown of Conference USA competition
    The summer break seemed shorter and anything but routine around the Old Dominion athletic department, where everyone prepared for the most significant change in 40 years. Old Dominion's move to Conference USA is the most substantial since athletics...
  • The Orlando Magic's top goal against the New York Knicks: Slow Carmelo

    The Orlando Magic's top goal against the New York Knicks: Slow Carmelo
    NEW YORK — The Orlando Magic’s top priority against the New York Knicks tonight will be straightforward in its aim and complex in its execution: Slow down Carmelo Anthony. The Magic haven’t been able to do it yet this season. They...
  • 2012-13 UConn Men's Basketball Results

    EXHIBITIONS NOVEMBER 1 AIC, Gampel Pavilion, W, 78-63 4 UMass-Lowell, XL Center, Hartford, W, 100-62 REGULAR SEASON NOVEMBER 9: Michigan State (Armed Forces Classic, Ramstein Air Base, Germany), W, 66-62 13: Vermont, Gampel Pavilion, W, 67-49...
  • THE REPLACEMENTS: Big Shoes To Fill - Calhoun Gone, But Ollie Isn't First Guy To Replace A Legend

    It is never easy replacing a legend, someone whose name is synonomous with the program. As they say, though, someone has to do it. In this case, former UConn player Kevin Ollie is replacing Jim Calhoun as UConn men's basketball coach. Calhoun is in the...
  • Villanova Can't Slow Down UConn As Huskies Run To 76-43 Victory

    – Since the freshmen are relatively new to the neighborhood, UConn's veterans took time this week to explain what it's like hanging out with Villanova. To paraphrase: You can knock on its door, but you can't make them come out to play. You can...
  • UConn Women Find Range, Roll Over Marquette, 94-37

    UConn Women Find Range, Roll Over Marquette, 94-37
    When the Big East selected Marquette to play UConn twice this season, Golden Eagles coach Terri Mitchell tried to pour herself a glass half full. This was a magnanimous gesture. An ordinary person, confronted by the possibilities, would have...
  • Hoyas' Whittington out indefinitely because of academic issues

    Roughly an hour and a half after athletic department officials revealed Georgetown starting forward Greg Whittington (Oakland Mills) would be out indefinitely because of academic issues, the Hoyas stepped onto the Verizon Center court Wednesday for a...
  • Past, Present, Future of Big East

    Past, Present, Future of Big East:     Still in Big East: UConn, Cincinnati, South Florida, Temple     Still in Big East, but reportedly leaving: DePaul, Georgetown, Marquette, Villanova, Providence, Seton Hall, St. John's     Still in Big East, but...