Mosqueda-Lewis Continues Process Of Getting Back To Full Strength

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The way Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis torched Duke at Cameron Indoor Stadium Dec. 17 made it appear that she was unfazed by missing eight games with a nerve contusion in her right elbow. Her shooting stroke was as smooth as ever. Mosqueda-Lewis was quick to admit, however, that all she did in 27 minutes against the Blue […] [Read More]
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Stewart Overcomes Shooting Woes By Doing Other Things

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The opportunity was there for Breanna Stewart to go away and hide Sunday. She missed her final five shots of the first half and five of her first six of the second half against Cincinnati. This includes four layups. Last season Stewart might have given up on the game because her shots were not falling. […] [Read More]
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Conlon, Moore And Strother Talk National Championships

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Here are some comments from Maria Conlon, Ann Strother and Jessica Moore regarding the 2003 and 2004 national championship seasons and other things … Conlon On what it means to come back and be honored … “It’s amazing to see old teammates come back and live the glory days for a couple days or at […] [Read More]
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UConn’s 2003 And 2004 Championship Teams Return In Style

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A memorable weekend for a memorable group of players culminated today when the 2003 and 2004 national championship teams were inducted into the Huskies of Honor during a pregame ceremony at Gampel Pavilion. They became the fourth and fifth teams honored, joining the 1994-95, 1999-00, 2001-02 championship teams. Ashley Battle, Maria Conlon, Stacey Marron, Jessica […] [Read More]
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Game report: No. 1 UConn 67, Cincinnati 34

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Breanna Stewart had 12 points, 12 rebounds, a career-high four steals and two blocks to lead No. 1 UConn to a 67-34 victory over Cincinnati before a season-high 9,872 at Gampel Pavilion. It was the American Athletic Conference opener for both teams. The 2003 and 2004 national championship teams were inducted into the Huskies of […] [Read More]
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Halftime: No. 1 UConn 33, Cincinnati 20

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Bria Hartley leads the Huskies with nine points. Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis has seven despite sitting out the final 14:27 with three fouls and Saniya Chong has six. UConn is shooting just 36.4 percent from the field. The Huskies opened the game with a 16-0 run, making seven of their first 10 shots. But they finished the […] [Read More]
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UConn 2003 and 2004 Title Teams To Be Immortalized Today

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The 2003 and 2004 national championship teams will take their place in the Huskies of Honor today at Gampel Pavilion. They will be honored pregame ceremony when their respective placards will be revealed above Section 204. Not surprising, a healthy number of former players will be on hand to take part in the event. Ashley […] [Read More]
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Huskies Begin Play In The American Today Vs. Cincinnati

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The Huskies spent 31 seasons in the Big East. Coupled with eight national championships during their stay, they won 19 conference regular season championships and 18 conference tournament championships. All of that is now on the past as UConn will open play as a member of the American Athletic Conference today when it hosts Cincinnati […] [Read More]
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Auriemma, Elliott To Again Be Reunited This Weekend

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Jamelle Elliott spent four years at UConn as a player from 1992-93 through 1995-96, helping lay the foundation for greatness during that unforgettable undefeated season in 1994-95. She earned her Master’s degree at UConn in 1997. And, beginning with the 1997-98 season, she would spend 12 years as an assistant coach under Geno Auriemma before […] [Read More]
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Auriemma Comments On Reboot Of UConn-Notre Dame Series

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UConn and Notre Dame will again meet next season in South Bend, Ind. as part of a new two-year deal. It had been the most high-profile rivalry in the nation over the last four seasons, with the teams playing 15 times since Jan. 16, 2010, including in the NCAA national semifinals in each of the […] [Read More]
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