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  • Geno Auriemma And Muffet McGraw: Both Say There Is No Animosity

    Geno Auriemma And Muffet McGraw: Both Say There Is No Animosity
    STORRS — Geno Auriemma and Muffet McGraw, the superstar coaches of women's basketball, will always be center stage when Notre Dame and UConn play. That's what happens when your players — and contrasting personalities — have written...
  • Yale Trying To Create Basketball Buzz; UConn Next Big Test

    Yale Trying To Create Basketball Buzz; UConn Next Big Test
    NEW HAVEN — Justin Sears was slightly winded, apologetic when he got to the Yale locker room for an interview. He had sprinted the three blocks or so from Woolsey Hall on Wednesday, and he was excited. "Jimmy Carter was actually speaking," Sears...
  • UConn Falls To UMass Lowell, 6-4

    UConn Falls To UMass Lowell, 6-4
    LOWELL, Mass. — As senior forward Trevor Gerling, UConn's leading goal scorer, prepared to exit the Tsongas Center on Wednesday night, he talked about the importance of balancing pros and cons in analyzing the Huskies' first 15 games. A 6-4 loss...
  • Offensive Troubles Continue For UConn Hockey

    PROVIDENCE — The story of this game, which is largely the story of the season, can be summed up in four words. "We're not scoring goals," UConn hockey coach Mike Cavanaugh said. He went on to repeat that several times Saturday, seemingly...
  • Preview: UCF at East Carolina

    UCF bounced back nicely from an unexpected road loss to Connecticut by handily defeating three other teams in the bottom half of the American Athletic Conference. The Knights figure to be challenged a bit more Thursday at East Carolina when they look to...
  • Beat Up Stewart? Geno Will Find Other Ways To Beat You

    Beat Up Stewart? Geno Will Find Other Ways To Beat You
    STORRS — A funny thing happened to Breanna Stewart on her way to winning four national championships and the final 125 games of her college career. The other teams decided to beat her up. They decided to get physical with college basketball's...
  • UConn's B.J. McBryde Hopes To Keep Playing After Saturday

    STORRS — B.J. McBryde's college football career comes to an end Saturday, but not his desire to keep playing the game. McBryde is one of 14 Huskies to be honored on Senior Day at Rentschler Field before a game against SMU (noon, CBS Sports...
  • Kia Nurse Proving She's Not Typical UConn Women's Freshman

    Kia Nurse Proving She's Not Typical UConn Women's Freshman
    STORRS – In the course of just six games in her UConn career, Kia Nurse has achieved some significant accomplishments. She has had an enormous impact on the two-time defending national champion and in doing so, has avoided the often playful...
  • UConn Hopes Offense Improves For Game With UMass Lowell

    UConn Hopes Offense Improves For Game With UMass Lowell
    STORRS – UConn hockey coach Mike Cavanaugh slid a sheet of paper across the table in his office Tuesday afternoon and said, "Here. Today's practice." The plan for the hour or so the Huskies were to spend on the ice included mostly offensive...
  • Ashiru's Father Had Harsh Words, And Diaco Was 'Crushed'

    Ashiru's Father Had Harsh Words, And Diaco Was 'Crushed'
    STORRS — This is the kind of accusation that can damage a college football program. It is a father's accusation that can damage a coach's reputation and his ability to recruit the sons of other fathers. It is an accusation that UConn coach Bob...
  • UConn Men's Insider: Huskies Would Be Lucky With This Diamond

    UConn Men's Insider: Huskies Would Be Lucky With This Diamond
    Many big men are considered "projects" when they get to college. But primary UConn recruiting target Diamond Stone, 6 feet 10 and 250 pounds, appears to be no diamond in the rough, says his high school coach. "I remember seeing him in eighth grade,"...