Monthly Archive for January, 2010

: January, 2010

Engeln Returns

UConn-bound recruit Lauren Engeln, a 5-foot-11 guard from Laguna Hills (Calif.) High, returned to action Friday night after missing the previous two games with a sprained knee. She had 14 points on

Shea Heads Back To Pitt/Tina Eyes 2,000

Senior Meghan Gardler had a blast last Saturday at Villanova. Not only did Geno Auriemma award her her first career start, but she did so before about 110 members of her family and friends in her

Doty Talks Knee/Maya Eligible

Caroline Doty is just more than a year removed from undergoing surgery on a torn ACL in her left knee for the second time. She is still being held out of portions of practice at times as a precaution.

Chat Link

Here’s the link to my live chat today (noon to 1 p.m.): UConn women’s basketball live chat

Engeln On The Mend

UConn-bound recruit Lauren Engeln, a 5-foot-11 guard from Laguna Hills (Calif.) High, is nearing a return to the court. She missed her second straight game Tuesday with a sprained knee, but Lady

Huskies/Rutgers Rewind

A look back at Tuesday’s UConn-Rutgers game: No. 1 UConn 73, Rutgers 36 TURNING POINT – The Huskies were 4-of-14 from the field as they neared the midpoint of the first half with a 10-8 lead. But as

Rutgers In Town For Only Meeting This Season

UConn and Rutgers have combined to win the last eight Big East regular season championships, with the Huskies twice winning three straight titles from 2002-04 and 2007-09. They have also combined to

Doty Gets Some Rest

Caroline Doty might look as though she has fully recovered from the torn ACL in her left knee that sidelined her for the final 22 games last season. She is averaging 25.8 minutes through the first 19

Moore On Hot Streak; Named BE Player Of Week; Props For Geno

The ebb and flow of a season is often very interesting. Here’s an example that has surfaced recently concerning the shooting of All-American Maya Moore. Earlier this month there were questions about a

UConn-Villanova Rewind

Here’s a look back at Saturday’s UConn-Villanova game: TURNING POINT – A driving layup by Laura Sweeney cut UConn’s lead to 18-8 with 11:08 left in the first half. That would be the only points for