Monthly Archive for November, 2011

: November, 2011

Doty Suffers Mild Head And Neck Injury Vs. Towson

Junior Caroline Doty, who missed all of last season with a left knee injury, did not play in the second half of tonight’s 92-31 win over Towson due to what team doctor Tom Trojian termed as a mild

Doty To Sit Out Second Half For Huskies

Junior Caroline Doty, who missed all of last season with a left knee injury, did not play in the second half due to what team doctor Tom Trojian termed a mild head and neck injury. She was fouled hard

Hayes, Hartley and Dolson Make Naismith Watch List

UConn senior Tiffany Hayes and sophomores Bria Hartley and Stefanie Dolson were among the 50 players named to the Naismith early season watch list, The Atlanta Tipoff Club announced today. Stamford

Being Aggressive Offensively Is A Challenge For Faris

Kelly Faris has been hearing the same thing from the UConn coaching staff for three years. She needs to be more aggressive offensively and evolve into more of a threat for the second-ranked Huskies.

Paluch, Lyddy Join The Fight As Jimmy V Classic Nears

 The No. 2 Huskies will host No. 4 Texas A&M in the Jimmy V Classic Dec. 6 at the XL Center. It is an annual event that aims to heighten cancer awareness and generate funds for cancer research.

Huskies Continue To Progress With Work Still To Be Done

The loss of All-American Maya Moore left the Huskies with plenty of questions to answer this season. At this point, some of the answers have arrived while others are still to come. But in the wake of

Mosqueda-Lewis Again Named Big East Freshman Of The Week

Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis was named the Big East Freshman of the Week for the second straight week today. She averaged 15.3 points, 6.5 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 2.0 steals en route to helping the

Huskies Set Another Record; Will Remain At No. 2 In The Polls

The Huskies set an NCAA all-division record today by earning their 89th straight win at home. Division III Rust had won 88 straight games from Jan. 23, 1982 through Feb. 21, 1989. Of course, there was

Dolson Thrives As Huskies Get The Ball Inside Vs. Buffalo

Heading into Saturday’s game against Buffalo in the World Vision Classic, Stefanie Dolson, the Huskies’ 6-foot-5 center, had not scored in double figures since recording 12 points in the season opener

Faris Ends Streak; Baby Jesus Off The Mark; Hayes Sees Double

Kelly Faris had missed her last 14 shots before she finally connected on a tip-in tonight with 19:12 left in UConn’s 90-34 win over Buffalo. The hoop triggered a 13-point half for Faris, who also