Doty Suffers Sprained Left Knee; Return Date Again In Question

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The day had been one that UConn point guard Caroline Doty had been anticipating for months. She was set to be examined by team doctor Robert Arciero one final time Friday. It was only a formality. Doty, who missed the 2010-11 season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee, was on target […] [Read More]
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Auriemma’s Golf Tournament Still A Hit In Its 9th Year

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UConn women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma is involved with many endeavors. There might not be one that he likes being a part of more than his Fore the Kids Golf Tournament at Hartford Golf Club. The event is now in its ninth year. It has raised nearly one million dollars to benefit the Connecticut Children’s […] [Read More]
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Moore Repeats As Honda-Broderick Cup Winner

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Former UConn star Maya Moore became the second athlete to twice win the Honda-Broderick Cup Monday, which annually recognizes the Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year. She is the first to win the award in consecutive years, with former Florida swimmer and Olympic gold medalist Tracy Caulkins winning 1982 and 1984. Villanova distance runner Sheila […] [Read More]
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Mosqueda-Lewis Will Be 12th UConn Player To Wear No. 23

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It is the number that has been worn most in the history of the program. Rita Williams wore it. So did All-American Swin Cash. But the most recognized player in team history to wear the No. 23 is, of course, Maya Moore. She is one of the greatest players to ever play the game, one […] [Read More]
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Stokes, Mosqueda-Lewis Ready To Take Next Step

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UConn freshmen Kiah Stokes, a 6-foot-3 post player, and Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, a 6-foot wing, were sitting in their seats at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis April 3 knowing there was little they could do to help the Huskies in the national semifinals against Notre Dame. They could do nothing to help stop the 21-6 second-half run […] [Read More]
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Moore A Candidate For Two ESPYs

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Former UConn star Maya Moore is one of four candidates for the Best Female Athlete ESPY. Gold medal-winning snowboarder Kelly Clark, WNBA star Lauren Jackson and gold medal-winning skier Lindsey Vonn are the other finalists in this category. Moore is also one of five candidates for the Best College Female Athlete ESPY. She is joined […] [Read More]
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Moore Among Top Three For Honda-Broderick Cup

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Former UConn All-American Maya Moore is among the “Top Three’’ finalists for the Honda-Broderick Cup, The Collegiate Women’s Sports Awards announced today. The award recognizes annually The Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year. Penn State volleyball player Blair Brown and Villanova cross country/track and field performer Sheila Reid are the other finalists, which were selected […] [Read More]
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Dailey Back In Cromwell For Travelers Week

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If it’s the week of the Travelers Championship it’s time for Huskies’ associate head coach Chris Dailey to again break out the clubs. Styling in a pink Nike sleeveless shirt, white pants and white Nike sneakers with a matching pink swoosh, she competed in Monday’s Aetna Tournament Players Pro-Am at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell. […] [Read More]
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Reimer, U.S. Win Gold At U-16 Championship

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UConn Class of 2013 recruiting target Taya Reimer had two points, two rebounds and two steals in 15 minutes Saturday night as the U.S. defeated Brazil 73-40 in the gold medal game of the FIBA Americas U-16 Championship in Merida, Mexico. It was the second straight gold medal for the U.S. (5-0). “It feels awesome,’’ […] [Read More]
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Reimer, U.S. To Play For Gold Medal

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UConn Class of 2013 recruiting target Taya Reimer had five points, seven rebounds, two assists and two blocks in 14 minutes today as the U.S. routed Puerto Rico 99-51 in the semifinals of the FIBA Americas U-16 Championship in Mexico. The U.S. (4-0) will meet Brazil (3-1) in the gold medal game Saturday at 9 […] [Read More]
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