Monthly Archive for March, 2010

: March, 2010

Tina, Maya On Wooden Team

Tina Charles and Maya Moore were named to the five-person Wooden All-American team today. Moore was honored for the third straight year. Rich

Tina Named USBWA Player Of The Year

Senior center Tina Charles was named a first team All-American by The Associated Press for the first time in her career Tuesday. She reached another milestone today. Charles was named the Player of

Huskies On To San Antonio

Here’s a look back at Tuesday’s 90-50 victory over Florida State in the Dayton regional final: TURNING POINT – The Seminoles managed to hang around through the first half. They trailed the Huskies

A Hat Trick For Maya/Late Game For Huskies Sunday

The final numbers are insignificant to junior All-American Maya Moore. The fact that she is able to step forward and help the lead the top-ranked Huskies one step closer to earning a second straight

Tina, Maya Named To AP 1st Team

UConn senior Tina Charles and junior Maya Moore have been considered the top two players in the country this season. They received the recognition they deserved today. Moore and Charles were

Geno Talks Tennesee … Again

Huskies coach Geno Auriemma has left no doubt that he has moved along since Tennessee coach Pat Summit cancelled the regular season series between the teams following the 2006-07 season. Not even a

Faris Comes Up Big Again; ‘Noles Coming In Dec.

UCONN WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK STEPPING UP – There were too many times this season when freshman Kelly Faris walked away from a game displeased with how she played and the end results of her performance. She

Another Photo Op For Fennelly?

Any victory over UConn over the years has been a significant milestone for the opposition. Iowa State is no different. Coach Bill Fennelly still has a sizeable picture of him and his son, Steven,

Banks, Trucks Talk UConn

Here are some comments from Brianna Banks regarding her verbal commitment to UConn … On her decision … “I felt like I could get a bigger challenge from them,’’ Banks said. “I’m not needed, but I’m

Davis-Powell Talks About Banks’ Verbal

There was a point a couple of years ago when playing at UConn did not seem to be a viable possibility for Brianna Banks. It was not that she did not want to play for the Huskies in the future, but she