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  • Regional Digest: UConn Baseball Loses AAC Opener

    Regional Digest: UConn Baseball Loses AAC Opener
    UConn Loses AAC Opener Rightfielder Lex Kaplan hit two solo home runs as part of a 3-for-4 day as Tulane defeated UConn 3-1 Wednesday in the first game for both teams at the American Athletic Conference baseball championships at Bright House Field in...
  • From K.C. Chiefs GM Office, John Dorsey Keeps UConn In His Sights

    From K.C. Chiefs GM Office, John Dorsey Keeps UConn In His Sights
    Challenges always have driven John Dorsey. The UConn alum who was part of the Green Bay staff that built the Packers into a consistent NFL powerhouse, helping bring in the likes of Aaron Rogers, A.J. Hawk, Clay Matthews and Greg Jennings, is now general...
  • UConn Women's Basketball Insider: Faris' Future With Sun Is Cloudy

    UConn Women's Basketball Insider: Faris' Future With Sun Is Cloudy
    UNCASVILLE — It's fair to say that Kelly Faris, one of the most dependable players ever to wear the UConn uniform, has reached the crossroads of her WNBA career with the Connecticut Sun. Although she survived the tumult of an offseason that brought...
  • UConn Learns Which AAC Hoop Teams It Will Play Twice In 2015

    UConn Learns Which AAC Hoop Teams It Will Play Twice In 2015
    UConn will get only one shot against East Carolina and South Florida next season. The American Athletic Conference men's basketball pairings for 2015-16 were announced Wednesday, and with 11 teams in the league, and an 18-game conference schedule, each...
  • Kevin Ollie Optimistic With Deep UConn Team

    Kevin Ollie Optimistic With Deep UConn Team
    HARTFORD — Kevin Ollie is never lacking for energy or enthusiasm, but it seems there's even more spring in his step than usual. And it's not hard to imagine why. "I like the experience we have, especially with our young guys working very, very...
  • What Will Shorter Shot Clock Mean In NCAA Games Next Season?

    Scoring in college basketball has been on a long downward trend, and rules changes have done little to turn that around. Scoring was actually at a peak, 77 points a game, in 1972, when there was no shot clock or three-point arc. So it's not a certainty...
  • Sports Provided Letterman With So Much Late-Night Material

    Sports Provided Letterman With So Much Late-Night Material
    David Letterman, who retires this week, has been a fixture of late night television since Feb. 1, 1982, when his original NBC show debuted. Through the years, his Top 10 lists became a part of the culture and, in particular, inspired the concept of...
  • Regional Digest: UConn's Carson Cross AAC Pitcher Of Year

    UConn's Carson Cross has been named American Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Year, the league announced Monday night. Cross headlines a league-best seven All-Conference performers for the Huskies, including four first-team members. In addition to...
  • UConn Women Present, Future Earn Spots On U.S. National Teams

    UConn Women Present, Future Earn Spots On U.S. National Teams
    UConn placed four players on USA Basketball national teams that will play for international championships this summer. Incoming freshmen Katie Lou Samuelson and Napheesa Collier will play for USA Basketball's U-19 team. All-Americans Breanna Stewart...
  • UConn Recruiting Target Diarra To Announce Decision Friday

    UConn Recruiting Target Diarra To Announce Decision Friday
    Mamadou Diarra, the 6-foot-8 power forward who has played the past two seasons at Putnam Science Academy, will announce his college choice on Friday at 11:30 a.m. With Putnam Science closing, Diarra will play as a post-grad student at Woodstock Academy,...
  • Third Time Around, Sterling Gibbs Knows Recruiting Game

    Sterling Gibbs was a recruit again — for the third time, in fact — but he was now a grown man, a soon-to-be college graduate. And when it came to choosing a school to finish his basketball eligibility, he approached it as more of a business,...