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  • Kathy Goodman: You gotta have heart

     
    The Sparks came off a big win on Thursday night against San Antonio right into their fourth match-up against the best team in the league, the Seattle Storm. It is hard to argue with the level of basketball Seattle is......
  • UConn's Unbeaten Seasons

    Five women's basketball teams have run the table from November to April without a blemish on the record. UConn is the only team to do it more than once, acheiving perfection in 1995, 2002 and 2009. UConn's Three Unbeaten Seasons 1994-95 Record: 35-0,...
  • UConn Women's Big East Awards

    Big East Player of the Year Maya Moore 2009 Maya Moore 2008 Diana Taurasi - 2004, 2003 Sue Bird 2002 Shea Ralph 2000 Svetlana Abrosimova 1999 Nykesha Sales 1998 Kara Wolters 1997 Jennifer Rizzotti 1996 Rebecca Lobo 1995, 1994 Kerry Bascom 1991,...
  • UConn's National Player of the Year Awards

    Maya Moore (2009) Diana Taurasi (2003, 2004) Sue Bird (2002) Kara Wolters (1997) Jennifer Rizzotti (1996) Rebecca Lobo (1995)
  • UConn To The WNBA

    YEAR PLAYER, TEAM, ROUND-PICKED (YEARS PLAYED AT UCONN) 2008 Ketia Swanier, Connecticut, 1-12 (2004-2008) 2008 Charde Houston, Minnesota, 3-30 (2004-2008) 2006 Barbara Turner, Seattle, 1-11 (2002-2006) 2006 Ann Strother, Houston, 2-15 (2002-2006)...
  • UConn Women's First Team All-Americans

    Renee Montgomery - 2009, 2008 Maya Moore - 2009, 2008 Diana Taurasi - 2004, 2003, 2002 Sue Bird - 2002 Swin Cash - 2002 Svetlana Abrosimova - 2001, 2000, 1999 Shea Ralph - 2000 Nykesha Sales - 1998, 1997 Kara Wolters - 1997, 1996 Jennifer...
  • Bio: Hall Of Fame Coach Geno Auriemma

    It hardly seems possible UConn could have realized what was in store in 1985 when it hired an Italian immigrant, just 31 years old, with a college coaching resume just five-years thick, to lead its women's basketball team into the 1990s. Geno Auriemma?...
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