Monthly Archive for October, 2011

: October, 2011

Huskies Come In At No. 4 In AP Poll

The overriding sentiment is that the UConn women’s basketball team will take a fall this season in the national rankings due to the loss of All-American Maya Moore to graduation. But judging by the
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CPTV’s Hoop Streams Is Back For Its Eighth Season

Can’t catch the Huskies live on CPTV? Don’t have access to CPTV because you don’t live in Connecticut? No need to worry … Fans can still catch the Huskies via Hoop Streams, the online source for
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Banks Ready To Make An Impact For Huskies

Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis enters her first season at UConn with tremendous hype. She has already drawn comparisons to former Huskies’ great Maya Moore, entering the program as the national High School
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Stewart Caps Strong Tournament, U.S. Routs Jamaica

UConn 2012 commit Breanna Stewart had 12 points, six rebounds and three blocks in 14 minutes today to lead the U.S. to an 87-41 rout of Jamaica in the seventh-place game at the Pan American Games in
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Stewart Leads U.S. Past Mexico At Pan Am Games

UConn 2012 commit Breanna Stewart had 17 points, seven rebounds and three assists in 27 minutes Sunday night to lead the U.S. to an 87-58 victory over Mexico at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara,
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Another Double-Double For Stewart, Another Loss For The U.S.

UConn 2012 commit Breanna Stewart had 14 points and 11 rebounds in 35 minutes Saturday night, but again it as not enough as the U.S. was defeated by Puerto Rico 75-70 at the Pan American Games in
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Stewart Dominates In Loss To Argentina

UConn 2012 commit Breanna Stewart had 18 points (12-of-14 FT), a game-high 21 rebounds, four steals and four blocks in 35 minutes today, but the U.S. suffered a 58-55 loss to Argentina in its opening
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UConn No Longer Involved With McDaniel

UConn is no longer recruiting Xylina McDaniel, a 6-foot-1 forward from Blythewood, S.C., her AAU coach Roger Wiley confirmed today. She will now decide between North Carolina and South Carolina and
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Tough Opening Week For Huskies; Hartley Again Sits Out

Geno Auriemma walked into Gampel Pavilion today to lead the Huskies at practice unsure of what to expect. There have been good days and bad days throughout the first week of the post-Maya Moore era.
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Stewart Will Visit UConn Next Month, Opens Pan Am Play Friday

UConn Class of 2012 commit Breanna Stewart will make her official visit to UConn Nov. 20-22. But before she arrives on campus she hopes to help lead the U.S. Pan American Games team the gold medal in
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