Yearly Archive for 2012

: 2012

UConn Moves To No. 1 In AP Poll

The Huskies did not break out their foam fingers in the locker room at Stanford Saturday. They did not break into a “We’re No. 1’’ chant either. It was business as usual. Occupying the No. 1 spot in

UConn-Notre Dame Game Saturday Is Sold-Out

The game between UConn and Notre Dame Saturday at Gampel Pavilion is sold-out, the university announced today. Including this match-up, all nine regular-season games between the teams at Gampel

Led by Mosqueda-Lewis, The Underclassmen Held Their Own

The Huskies are poised to take over the top spot in the national polls this week in the aftermath of Saturday’s 61-35 victory at No. 1 Stanford. They have often made so much of what they have

Auriemma Gets Slapped With A Second-Half Technical

UConn coach Geno Auriemma was hit with his second technical foul of the season with 13:22 remaining in today’s 61-35 win over No. 1 Stanford. He did not seem happy with a no-call on the Huskies’

No Sign Of Illness As Mosqueda-Lewis Paces Huskies

Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis spent some time in the hospital over the Christmas break. She needed to be hooked up with an IV to replenish her fluid level after contracting what UConn coach Geno Auriemma

Final: No. 2 UConn 61, No. 1 Stanford 35

It was a match-up that was billed as an early season rest for the UConn women’s basketball team. The second-ranked Huskies did not play their best game, but it was a test they passed against No. 1

Halftime: No. 2 UConn 31, No. 1 Stanford 13

Breanna Stewart has nine points and four rebounds to lead UConn. Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis and Kelly Faris each have five points. Stefanie Dolson has 11 rebounds. The Huskies used a 24-4 run to take

Live updates: UConn women at Stanford

No. 2 UConn women at No. 1 Stanford WHEN: Today, 4 p.m. WHERE: Maples Pavilion, Palo Alto, Calif. (7,329) RECORDS: UConn 10-0, Stanford 11-0 ON THE AIR: ESPNU (Dave O’Brien, Doris Burke and Rebecca

Tuck Will Play Today At Stanford

Freshman forward Morgan Tuck will play today at No. 1 Stanford. She missed the last two games with a right knee bone bruise. Rich

Hartley, Ogwumike Have Become “Best Frienemies”

UConn junior Bria Hartley and Stanford junior Chiney Ogwumike each earned All-America status last season. They each led their team to the Final Four in Denver too. Hartley and Ogwumike have been