Monthly Archive for November, 2009

: November, 2009

Big East Tix On Sale Tues.

Full-session ticket packages for the Big East tournament will go on sale at all Ticketmaster outlets Tuesday at 10 a.m. The event will be held March 5-9 at the XL Center in Hartford. The packages to

Huskies Rewind

A look back at the WBCA Classic: UConn 91, Hofstra 46 UConn 86, Richmond 37 UConn 87, Clemson 48 TURNING POINT – How about the opening tap? The Huskies were not tested. Although, they did trail for a

Illness Limits Doty

Caroline Doty scored a season-high 17 points in 29 minutes in Saturday’s win over Richmond in the WBCA Classic. She had nine points and a career-high nine assists in 28 minutes against Hofstra Friday.

Focus Is There For Huskies

Lorin Dixon has not practiced or played in a game since suffering a strained left hamstring against Vanguard Nov. 9. Kaili McLaren was forced to miss the season opener against Northeastern Nov. 14

700 And Counting For Geno

Kaili McLaren was tired of listening to a humble Geno Auriemma try to downplay the fact that he had become the fastest Division I basketball coach ever to reach 700 wins Friday night. In his 25th

Charles Honored By USA Basketball

Senior center Tina Charles has been named the 2009 USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year, it was announced Friday. The decision was made by the USA Basketball Board of Directors. Charles had two

Thanksgiving At The Auriemma’s

In a poll that appeared in the Nov. 30 issue of ESPN The Magazine, Geno Auriemma was tabbed as the “Last Coach You’d Want To Play for.’’ According to the snippet only 24 players actually answered the

Dixon Progressing; Still Not Practicing

Junior point guard Lorin Dixon is making progress as she continues to deal with a strained left hamstring. However, it’s not enough progress that will allow her to play Friday when the top-ranked

Charles Honored

Senior Tina Charles was named the Big East Player of the Week for the first time in her All-American career today. She has helped lead the top-ranked Huskies to a 3-0 start, averaging 19.7 points and

Huskies Rewind

A look back at Friday’s UConn-Holy Cross game: UConn 87, Holy Cross 34 TURNING POINT – The Huskies utilized full- and half-court pressure and a 2-3 zone at the start to completely disrupt the