Monthly Archive for October, 2009

: October, 2009

Huskies No. 1 In AP Poll

The Huskies return four starters from last season’s unbeaten national championship team, including All-Americans Maya Moore and Tina Charles. Hey, you can say they return five starters if you count

UConn To Host in 2011

The Huskies will not play an NCAA tournament game in the state of Connecticut for the first time this season. That will change in 2010-11. The NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee announced

Hayes Stepping Forward

Geno Auriemma told Tiffany Hayes point-blank that she needed to step up and seize more of a leadership role this season for the Huskies. The way Geno looks at is the people who are going to have the

Rocky Top And Other Findings From Gampel

Tennessee filed a complaint against UConn with the NCAA through the Southeastern Conference office in 2007. It was regarding a tour of ESPN that the Huskies set up for Maya Moore and her mother,

Geno Hosting Event On Campus

The College Program of Geno’s Cancer Team is hosting an event tonight from 7 to 9 at the UConn Student Union Theatre. It will benefit the Kay Yow WBCA Breast Cancer Fund and The V Foundation for

Hayes Makes the Cut

Huskies’ coach Geno Auriemma wasn’t sure if the rest of the Big East coaches were paying attention last season. But all uncertainty was put to rest Thursday when sophomore Tiffany Hayes was one of 12

Big East Preseason Picks

2009-10 Preseason Big East Coaches’ Poll 1. Connecticut (14) 225 2. Notre Dame (1) 210 3. (tie) DePaul 171 Louisville 171 5. Pittsburgh 167 6. Rutgers 156 7. Syracuse 126 8. Georgetown 124 9. West

Hartley Commits To UConn (Updated)

There are those who have said that Bria Hartley has been the one recruit UConn coach Geno Auriemma has coveted from the Class of 2010. A 5-10 point guard from North Babylon, N.Y., Hartley has already

Hartley Commits to UConn

Bria Hartley, a 5-10 point guard from North Babylon, N.Y. has made an oral commitment to attend UConn tonight, a recruiting source has confirmed. More to come.

Dolson Fits Right In/Other Tid-Bits

The players that come to UConn and play for Geno Auriemma will, of course, be extremely talented. That is a gross understatement. But they are also strong individuals off the court with endearing