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  • Spotlight On Scott Burrell

    Spotlight On Scott Burrell
    First and foremost, Burrell thew "The Pass" to Tate George, who hit "The Shot." Burrell inbounded from UConn's baseline, throwing the ball to the far corner for George, whose turnaround jumper at the buzzer gave UConn a one-point victory over Clemson in...
  • College Track & Field: Sprinting toward dream

    College Track & Field: Sprinting toward dream
    Whether it's his signature event, the 800 meters, or the anchor leg on the 4x400 relay, Charles Jock almost always outruns the competition. But after a record-setting season that has included Big West Conference titles in the aforementioned events, the...
  • College Track & Field: Two locals advance

    AUSTIN, Texas — UC Irvine sophomore Charles Jock earned a berth in the NCAA Championships and broke his own school record in the 800 meters in the NCAA Quarterfinals at the NCAA West Region at the University of Texas Friday. Princeton junior...
  • Kirker's RBI one of many

    GLENDALE — The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level. Baillie Kirker (Crescenta Valley High, 2009) freshman, University of Arizona softball: Long postseason runs were a staple of Kirker's Falcons career and the freshman...
  • A Look At The Rutgers Scarlet Knights

    After meeting twice in the regular season for many years, the Big East switched things up before 2009-10 and created new home-and-home pairings. Rutgers was out, Notre Dame was in. According to the Big East, that's not going to change this season, so...
  • Spotlight On Willnett Crockett

    Spotlight On Willnett Crockett
    Crockett was a two-time Nike All-American at Nathaniel Narbonne High School in Harbor City, Calif. As a junior, she helped Narbonne to back-to-back national titles. She was a WBCA and McDonald's All-American and the Gatorade California Player of the...
  • Spotlight On A.J. Price

    Spotlight On A.J. Price
    What a wild ride. Price missed two seasons before pulling on a UConn jersey. He sat out 2004-05 for life-threatening medical reasons. He sat out 2005-06 while suspended for his role in attempting to sell stolen laptop computers. He debuted in 2006-07...
  • COLLEGE UPDATE; Kanda, Rebels rained out

    GLENDALE — The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level. Brett Kanda (Flintridge Prep, 2005) senior, UNLV golf: Kanda's Rebels are in a three-way tie for 17th after the second round of play of the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's...
  • College Track & Field

    Jock doesn't advance EUGENE, Ore. — UC Irvine sophomore Charles Jock broke the school record in the 800 meters for the fourth time this season Wednesday but he did not advance to Friday's final at the NCAA Championships in Eugene, Ore. Jock...
  • A Look At The West Virginia Mountaineers

    Next meeting: At least one game at West Virginia, or a home-and-home two-game series if the Big East schedule calls for it. Last season: UConn never looked better in defeating No. 8 West Virginia 73-62 at the XL Center on Feb. 22. It was the Huskies'...
  • Spotlight On Svetlana Abrosimova

    Abrosimova, 29, was born in St. Petersburg, Russia and while playing for Petrogradskoi N86 (high school) began training with the Russian national team. She was MVP of the 1998 European Basketball Championships after being recruited by UConn through the...