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An Offer Has Been Made, No Decision Coming From Reimer

Taya Reimer, a versatile 6-foot-3 forward from Indianapolis, does have a scholarship offer from UConn. But she will not make a decision any time soon. Hamilton Southeastern High coach Chris Huppenthal

The Wait Continues For Those On the Outside

The Huskies have advanced to the NCAA regional semifinals for the 18th straight season. It is the longest active streak in the nation. But it is another stretch that has those on the outside waiting

Auriemma Not Happy With Poor Crowd

The night was worthy of a sell-out. The Huskies were trying to reach the Sweet 16 for the 18th straight season. It was the final home game in the magnificent career of Maya Moore. Moore and fellow

Clapp Looking To Make it Two Straight Vs. UConn

There will be one individual on the Purdue bench during tonight’s NCAA tournament second round game who has experienced victory against UConn in the NCAA tournament at Gampel Pavilion. It is

Moore, Dixon Looking For A Perfect Ending At Home

It did not take long for senior All-American Maya Moore to learn that things are different being a member of the UConn women’s basketball team. The instant players set foot on the court at Gampel

Mingo A Great Inspiration For Purdue

Purdue women’s basketball coach Sharon Versyp called it a miracle Monday. Boilermakers’ junior forward Drey Mingo will lead the ninth-seeded Boilermakers against No. 1 UConn in the second round of the

Philly Regional Tidbits From Gampel

COOL CUSTOMER – Nerves are a part of the postseason and the bigger games over the course of the season. UConn freshman point guard Bria Hartley was unfazed by the magnitude of her first appearance in

Again Rizzotti’s Comments Are Priceless

It was another emotional day for Jennifer Rizzotti and the Hartford Hawks on the dais today. But it was again enjoyable for the media on hand. The amount of love she has for her players and the amount

Johnson Progressing; Dixon Spinning

Huskies’ coach Geno Auriemma made it clear to freshmen Michala Johnson and Lauren Engeln and sophomore Heather Buck last month that they needed to work harder in practice and be less affected by

Huskies Advance, Beat Hartford 75-39

Connecticut’s Maya Moore (23) is fouled by Hartford’s Nikkia Smith during the second half of an East Regional first-round NCAA women’s college tournament basketball game in Storrs, Conn., Sunday,