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  • Could It Be "Mission Impossible" Again For Stanford

      On the day UConn’s record 90-game winning streak ended at Stanford - Dec. 30, 2010 - the Cardinal team that accomplished it completely understood how significant an accomplishment it was.   "I was on a team that completed "Mission Impossible,"...
  • UConn Field Hockey Defeats Stanford, Advances To Final Four

    UConn Field Hockey Defeats Stanford, Advances To Final Four
    STORRS – The UConn field hockey team had, as senior forward Chloe Hunnable put it, a bit of an issue scoring earlier in the season. The Huskies were only able to manage one goal the last time they played Stanford on Sept. 26, and lost. Things have...
  • New-Look Stanford Has Same Old Goal: Take Down Goliath

    New-Look Stanford Has Same Old Goal: Take Down Goliath
    STANFORD, Calif. — On the night it ended UConn's NCAA record 90-game winning streak — Dec. 30, 2010 — Stanford completely understood how significant the accomplishment was. "I was on a team that completed 'Mission Impossible,'" said...
  • Preview Capsule: No. 1 UConn At No. 6 Stanford

    Preview Capsule: No. 1 UConn At No. 6 Stanford
    Time: 9 p.m. Where: Maples Pavilion, Stanford, Calif. TV: ESPN2 (Dave O'Brien and Doris Burke) Radio: WTIC-AM 1080, WILI-AM 1400 (Bob Joyce and Debbie Fiske) Series history: UConn, 10-6 Last meeting: UConn, 75-56, national semifinal, April 8,...
  • UConn Women Hope Stanford Rivalry Will Last Indefinitely

    UConn Women Hope Stanford Rivalry Will Last Indefinitely
    STANFORD, Calif. —For as long as UConn and Stanford play in the regular season, the meetings should serve as a reminder it's possible for women's basketball superpowers to get along. In a world where finding attractive nonconference games grows...
  • Stanford Shocks Huskies In OT, Ending Their 47-Game Streak

    Stanford Shocks Huskies In OT, Ending Their 47-Game Streak
    STANFORD, Calif. – Determining who the greatest coach in women's basketball history is a complex question. And it's one generally complicated by perception more than empirical evidence. There are places where Geno Auriemma is still not as highly...
  • Five Things We Learned From UConn's Loss To Stanford

    Five things we learned from Monday's 88-86 overtime loss to Stanford, one that ended the Huskies' 47-game winning streak: Guard play: Coach Geno Auriemma got right to the point with his opening comment after the loss, saying that his guards were badly...
  • Arizona State's freeze at Oregon State turns up heat in Pac-12 South

    Arizona State's freeze at Oregon State turns up heat in Pac-12 South
    Arizona State had everything to play for Saturday night against Oregon State — the lead in the PAC-12 Conference South Division, a higher place in the College Football Playoff ranking and another week as a national championship contender. The...
  • Readers share some pretty 'INTENSE' feelings about college rivalries

    Readers share some pretty 'INTENSE' feelings about college rivalries
    Each week during the college football season, national analyst Chris Dufresne will burn a timeout to answer questions and exchange opinions. You can email him at chris.dufresne@latimes.com and reach him on Twitter: @DufresneLATimes. Unbuckling the...
  • Lake Forest Academy's Wesley Annan picks Stanford football

    Lake Forest Academy's Wesley Annan picks Stanford football
    Wesley Annan couldn’t wait long to make his move. The 6-foot-4, 289-pound Lake Forest Academy defensive lineman received a scholarship offer from Stanford early Monday, then called the Cardinal coaching staff and committed late Monday night....
  • Geno Puts Stanford In Rearview, Tells UConn Women To Move On

    Geno Puts Stanford In Rearview, Tells UConn Women To Move On
    STORRS — For just the 57th time since the end of the 1993 NCAA Tournament, Geno Auriemma convened practice this week with one foremost aspiration. It was time for the Huskies to move on. Granted, Monday's overtime loss at Stanford was profound, as...