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The Hartford CourantWhen you consider that UConn held Stanford to 11 field goals and 35 points just two days earlier, what happened Monday at the Matthew Knight Arena made perfect sense. Oregon, in yellow shoes bright enough to light the northern sky, was simply no match...
The Hartford Courant– As expected, the sun rose over Gampel Pavilion on Monday, the surest sign life was still sustainable on the UConn campus. "It always does," Geno Auriemma said. The world did not end when Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis missed the final shot of Saturday's...
The Hartford CourantIt's hard to say if Geno Auriemma ever finalized the curriculum he teaches. Perhaps he never will. One thing is for certain: Auriemma says these months are when school is in session for teams he hopes ace the ultimate final — the Final Four. But...
El Hartford CourantEs difícil decir si Geno Auriemma haya finalizado el currículo que enseña. Tal vez nunca lo hará. Una cosa es cierta: Auriemma dice que estos meses son cuando la escuela está en sesión para equipos que el espera alcancen el final máximo — los...
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The Hartford CourantOn occasion, an opponent will confront UConn with gumption that few others are capable of generating. It doesn't happen much. But when it does, you can tell. Over the course of their first six games, the Huskies already had toyed with a pair of Top 20s,...
HARTFORD — Every post player develops at her own pace. There is no growth chart suggesting the norm. But when you see a player blossom, you can tell. And junior Stefanie Dolson is now seemingly in full bloom. "The average person watching us on...
Tags: Geno Auriemma, Bria Hartley, Shea Ralph, Flu, Stefanie Dolson
The Hartford CourantThis was never really about the final score. If it was, UConn's 102-45 win over Hartford at Chase Family Arena would have diminished what the day really was about. And it didn't. "I said before the game that I believed this would be a win-win...
The Hartford CourantSTORRS – When Kelly Faris was about 4, or so her mother, Connie, remembers, she would stand on the tallest thing she could find in order to see what was going on at basketball games when her three older siblings played. "Even then you could tell...
When Kelly Faris was about four years old, or so her mother Connie remembers, she would stand on the tallest stool or box or bench she could find at basketball games in order to tell exactly what was going on and why. “Even then you could tell...
The Hartford Courant— Now in her graduate year at UConn, Caroline Doty has learned enough about resolve and patience to run a support group. You don't sustain knee injuries that interrupt your career and disrupt your life without being forced to figure what to make...
The Hartford CourantThe UConn women understand there's just one thing they can control, no matter how famous the program is or how willing their coach is to speak his mind about the state of the Big East. And that is how they play, and how that performance may help enhance...
The Hartford CourantAfter three leisurely days on the island, Geno Auriemma pulled up a little on the recreational reins before UConn played its Paradise Jam opener this week. The fun and sun was cut back on Thursday so the team would be rested and ready for some run and...
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