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  • 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...
  • Spotlight On Rashad Anderson

    Anderson had an unorthodox release on his jump shot that resulted in virtually no spin being on the ball. He called it the knuckleball, and he used it to become the most prolific three-point shooter in UConn history. In his four seasons (2002-06),...
  • April 1, 2005: News Is Hall Good. Source: Calhoun Notified of Election

    With two national championships and more than 700 wins now on his coaching resume, UConn's Jim Calhoun finds the door to the Hall of Fame is closed no longer. A source with knowledge of the notification process told The Courant that Calhoun was...
  • UCI's Jock competing

    UC Irvine star Charles Jock has been selected as a member of Team USA for next month's North American, Central American and Caribbean Under-23 Track & Field Championships. The meet will be conducted July 9-11 in Miramar, Fla. Jock, who recently completed...
  • A Look At The Louisville Cardinals

    Next meeting: A two-game home-and-home series, one game at the Cardinals' new riverfront arena in Louisville, one in either Hartford or Storrs. Last season: UConn was in prime position to make the NCAA Tournament when Louisville came to Gampel Pavilion...
  • March 24, 1990: It's Late, It's Tate, It's Great

    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- It was a 17-foot turnaround jumper from the corner in front of the UConn bench, a desperate airborne prayer with no time left, the kind of shot you make only in dreams. And in dream seasons. Thursday night, Tate George and the...
  • Jan. 11, 1999: Tennessee Ends UConn's 54-Game Home Streak

    For a week before and immediately after Sunday's UConn- Tennessee women's basketball game, those involved insisted that, in the sweeping scheme of things, it meant nothing. The real games, they said, are played in the NCAA Tournament come March. Could...
  • A Look At The St. John's Red Storm

    Next meeting: The Red Storm and Huskies will meet in New York this season. St. John's has not defeated UConn since Jan. 6, 1993. The Huskies beat the Red Storm 66-52 last season at Gampel Pavilion. Last season: The Red Storm (25-7) finished with their...