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  • 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...
  • Auriemma's Assistant Coaches

    Chris Dailey: For all 24 of Geno Auriemma's seasons at UConn, Dailey has been right by his side. After serving as an assistant from 1985-88, Dailey was promoted to associate head coach and has been the Huskies' lead recruiter for much of her stint in...
  • Kathy Goodman: The regular season ends; the playoffs begin

     
    The last time the L.A. Sparks faced the Seattle Storm was Fourth of July weekend. Seattle handed us our 12th loss only 16 games into the season. The long view of history would tell you that having ESPN televise a......
  • Kathy Goodman: Defense is not enough

     
    I walked into Key Arena on Wednesday night thinking about the Sparks’ game against the Seattle Storm last Saturday night. The Sparks had given the Storm a scare — forcing a last-minute shot to fall to keep their perfect home......
  • WNBA: Seattle Storm 42, Sparks 36 at halftime

     
    After trailing by as many as 10 points in the first quarter, Seattle Storm forward Swin Cash scored 14 second quarter points, including four three-pointers, to give the Storm a 42-36 halftime advantage over the Sparks in Game 2 of......
  • Aug. 27, 2007: UConn Scores Big; Delle Donne Commits

    It has been three seasons since the UConn women have won a national basketball championship or played in the Final Four, a minor setback for a program with five national championships since 1995. Still, watching Baylor, Maryland and Tennessee win...
  • 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 Sue Bird

    Bird came to UConn after a spectacular high school career at Christ the King in New York but her freshman season was cut short by a knee injury sustained in practice eight games into the season. But she rebounded quite well, becoming one of the most...
  • 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?...
  • 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,...
  • NCAA Women's Championship Game Most Outstanding Players

    Six Championship Game appearances and six Most Oustanding Player trophies. UConn has more of these trophies than anybody else and will likely pocket another one to end the 2010 season. The only question is: who will be the recipient this season? NCAA...