Monthly Archive for March, 2012

: March, 2012

Lacking a True Superstar, Team Approach Has Worked For Huskies

The players are some of the best that have ever played the game of women’s basketball. Maya Moore. Tina Charles. Renee Montgomery. Diana Taurasi. Sue Bird. Jennifer Rizzotti. Kara Wolters. And Rebecca
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Hartley Named To WCBA All-American Team

UConn sophomore Bria Hartley had no idea that she would be named an All-American this season. She felt that she had her moments when she has played like one of the best players in the country, but she
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Auriemma, Summitt Shared A Moment Together At Pepsi Center

It has become clear that the feud that once existed between UConn coach Geno Auriemma and Tennessee coach Pat Summitt is rapidly subsiding. The two spent some time together on the court at the Pepsi
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Five Former Huskies Highlight U.S. Olympic Roster

The top priority this weekend for UConn women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma is to help guide the Huskies to an NCAA record-tying eighth national championship. However, at the Denver Convention
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Collective Change After Loss To ND Has Huskies Back In Four Four

Kelly Faris hoped that losses to Baylor in December and Notre Dame in early January would be enough to trigger a change within the UConn women’s basketball team. They lost leads in the second half of
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ESPN’s Peck, Lobo, Lawson And Burke Weigh In On The Final Four

Here the thoughts of ESPN women’s basketball analysts Carolyn Peck, Rebecca Lobo, Kara Lawson and Doris Burke on the Final Four … ESPN Studio Analyst Carolyn Peck National Champion: Baylor Reason for
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Mulkey Diagnosed With Bell’s Palsy

Baylor head coach Kim Mulkey has been diagnosed with Bell’s palsy, university officials announced today. Mulkey will lead the top-rated and undefeated Lady Bears (38-0) against Stanford (35-1) in the
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Tuck, Jefferson, Stewart Fare Well At McDonald’s Game

UConn commits Morgan Tuck and Moriah Jefferson had 18 and 10 points, respectively, to lead the West team at the McDonald’s All-American game Wednesday in Chicago. The East won the game 79-78. Future
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Limited Tickets Remain For UConn’s Trip To Denver

There are a limited number of tickets remaining for UConn’s trip to the Final Four in Denver. Fans can purchase tickets by calling the UConn Athletic Ticket Office at 1-877-AT-UCONN beginning Thursday
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Hayes Comes Up Big In Big Spot To Lead Huskies To Final Four

UConn women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma did not like the vibe he was receiving from senior Tiffany Hayes during practice Monday. He felt as though she was being too nonchalant about facing
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