Too Much Rushing For Stokes Up Close

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Kiah Stokes began the season with a career shooting percentage of .612 in 107 career games with the Huskies. She has never shot below .600 in a season. Yet, through the first two games, Stokes is 4-of-10 from the field, including a 2-for-6 effort at Stanford Monday. Among her six missed shots this season four […] [Read More]
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Jefferson Ready To Move Forward From Stanford Loss

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UConn junior point guard Moriah Jefferson is electric with the basketball. This is a player that possesses the ability to slice through defenders with ease on her way to the basket. This is a player, too, that possesses the ability to make 3-pointers with steady regularity. In Monday’s loss to No. 6 Stanford in overtime, […] [Read More]
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Stewart An Emerging Leader For Huskies

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All-American Breanna Stewart did not have to be a team leader for the Huskies during the first two years of her career. Players such as Stefanie Dolson, Caroline Doty, Kelly Faris and Bria Hartley took care of that role as Stewart just let her game do the talking. Dolson, Doty, Faris and Hartley are gone […] [Read More]
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Huskies Moving On Nicely From Loss To Stanford

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The Huskies did not need to watch film of their loss to Stanford Monday to know exactly how poorly they played. Still, that is part of the process of improving and moving on. Wednesday they watched the film together. And it was just as gruesome as they imagined. UConn saw exactly what it did wrong, […] [Read More]
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Nurse To Start Vs. Creighton; Tuck Shining

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In the wake of giving up 88 points in a loss at No. 6 Stanford Monday, UConn coach Geno Auriemma has decided to make a change in the starting lineup for Sunday’s game against Creighton at Gampel Pavilion. Freshman guard Kia Nurse will make her first career start in place of sophomore Saniya Chong. “I’m […] [Read More]
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NCAA Regional To Be Held In Bridgeport in 2016, 2017

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The journey to the Final Four in each of the next two years moved much closer to home today for the UConn women’s basketball team. The NCAA announced that Bridgeport has been chosen as a host city for the NCAA tournament regional in 2016 and 2017. The events, which will be hosted by Fairfield and […] [Read More]
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Stewart Sees The Need For Change

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The feeling in the UConn locker room had not been like this in 47 games. There were some players who had never before experienced defeat as a member of the Huskies. And for the rest of them it had been well over a year since they watched an opponent rejoice in victory in front of […] [Read More]
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Chong Stepped Up Offensively For Huskies

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Lost in the debris of a bitter overtime loss at Stanford was the contribution of sophomore Saniya Chong. She drew praise from UConn coach Geno Auriemma afterward. And she deserved every bit of it. With the Huskies in desperate need of a secondary scorer alongside Breanna Stewart, it was Chong who emerged. She scored a […] [Read More]
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A Forgettable Night For Mosqueda-Lewis

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The confidence level of senior All-American Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis could not have been any higher heading into Monday’s clash with No. 6 Stanford. Just three days earlier, she scored 30 points and tied a team single-game record with 10 3-pointers – on 13 attempts – in a season-opening win at UC Davis. We all discovered just […] [Read More]
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Huskies Looking For More Contributions

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The Huskies are learning quickly that it is not easy replacing All-Americans Stefanie Dolson and Bria Hartley. Monday at Maples Pavilion, No. 6 Stanford showed them just how much Dolson and Hartley meant to this program the last couple of years. All-American Breanna Stewart tried mightily to carry top-ranked UConn. Constantly hounded defensively, she managed […] [Read More]
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