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  • Mosqueda-Lewis Remains Undeterred

    Mosqueda-Lewis Remains Undeterred
    NEW YORK — When it all goes perfectly, and sometimes it does for the UConn women, their performances over the years have been compared to a Broadway play. When the ball rotates so crisply, bing, bing, bing, open three for Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis,...
  • UConn Is The Star In New York, Beating A Determined St. John's

    UConn Is The Star In New York, Beating A Determined St. John's
    NEW YORK — Like when Sinatra played Carnegie Hall, game day had a special feel Sunday when UConn, chairman of the boards in women's basketball, returned to Madison Square Garden to play St. John's in the Maggie Dixon Classic. "It's a special...
  • For Auriemma, It's A Classic Fit At Madison Square Garden

     For Auriemma, It's A Classic Fit At Madison Square Garden
    NEW YORK – Sunday's game against St. John's at Madison Square Garden was the sixth time UConn had played in what is euphemistically referred to as the World's Most Famous Arena. And it was the Huskies fourth appearance in the Maggie Dixon Classic,...
  • Seton Hall stuns No. 6 Villanova to end Cats' run

    Seton Hall stuns No. 6 Villanova to end Cats' run
    NEWARK, N.J. — Seton Hall is back with the best in the Big East Conference. Freshman Khadeen Carrington hit a go-ahead, spinning layup with 1:38 to play in overtime and Seton Hall knocked off its second ranked foe this week, defeating No. 6...
  • St. John's Offers Scoring, Defensive Challenges For Huskies

     St. John's Offers Scoring, Defensive Challenges For Huskies
    NEW YORK — In order to keep his team firmer on point, Geno Auriemma presents the players with challenges and goals for each game. When the Huskies played Duke last week in Hartford, Auriemma's bullet point was controlling the rebounds by the...
  • On The Fly: UConn, Boatright Show Tenacity, Courage

    On The Fly: UConn, Boatright Show Tenacity, Courage
    While snowflakes fell in Connecticut Saturday afternoon, UConn shined in the Sunshine state. UConn overcame a 13-point deficit in the second half to triumph at Florida 63-59. Put five stars next to this victory — the most important one of the...
  • No. 2 UConn At St. John's

    What: Maggie Dixon Classic Site: Madison Square Garden Time: 1 p.m. TV: ESPN2 Radio: WTIC-1080 AM (Bob Joyce and Debbie Fiske) Series history: UConn, 39-17 Last meeting: UConn, 71-65, Feb. 2, 2013, Alumni Hall, Jamaica, N.Y. Streaks: UConn W10, St....
  • Geno Loves New York, And Memories Of Past Big East Rivals

    Geno Loves New York, And Memories Of Past Big East Rivals
    Anytime UConn plays in New York, Geno Auriemma tries to guarantee a good time even before the day of the game. For Auriemma, the chance for his players to experience new things, memorable things, is as integral a part of the student-athlete experience...
  • Villanova, Temple basketball teams end the year on a high note

    When you watch Villanova games these days, you get the sense that the Wildcats simply will find a way to win, no matter what. They don't exactly toy with the opponents, because this team doesn't play around. But they have a great confidence that must be...
  • Latest Batch Of College Basketball's Non-Power Contenders

    Every March they become the nation's darlings. This year, a host of stalwarts aren't waiting nearly that long to establish themselves as contenders — either for their own, non-power conferences or possibly the Final Four after another round of...
  • E. Carolina Pirates' Turn To Walk Plank

    E. Carolina Pirates' Turn To Walk Plank
    GREENVILLE, N.C. — There will be times when Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis is out of sync or in foul trouble. Sometimes it happens at the same time. And when it does, the greatest three-point shooter in UConn history will naturally fade into the background....