Huskies Set Another Record; Will Remain At No. 2 In The Polls

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The Huskies set an NCAA all-division record today by earning their 89th straight win at home. Division III Rust had won 88 straight games from Jan. 23, 1982 through Feb. 21, 1989. Of course, there was no celebration by the UConn players or members of the coaching staff following a 78-38 win over Dayton in […] [Read More]
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Dolson Thrives As Huskies Get The Ball Inside Vs. Buffalo

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Heading into Saturday’s game against Buffalo in the World Vision Classic, Stefanie Dolson, the Huskies’ 6-foot-5 center, had not scored in double figures since recording 12 points in the season opener against Holy Cross Nov. 13. She had not attempted more than seven shots from the field in any of the first four games. UConn […] [Read More]
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Faris Ends Streak; Baby Jesus Off The Mark; Hayes Sees Double

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Kelly Faris had missed her last 14 shots before she finally connected on a tip-in tonight with 19:12 left in UConn’s 90-34 win over Buffalo. The hoop triggered a 13-point half for Faris, who also finished with six rebounds, two assists three steals and no turnovers in 23 minutes. Faris is a combined 8-of-29 from […] [Read More]
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Auriemma Hardly Pleased As Huskies Roll Past FDU

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Do you think UConn coach Geno Auriemma was happy with tonight’s 74-28 win over Fairleigh Dickinson in the World Vision Classic at Gampel Pavilion? Think again. Auriemma was in rare form during his postgame session with the media as he ripped apart the Huskies for their uninspired performance. Here are his comments: “I thought it […] [Read More]
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Hayes Doing Much More Than Scoring For The Huskies

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One of the questions that UConn faced entering this season was could Tiffany Hayes, the team’s lone senior, serve as a bonafide leader. And not just of the vocal variety, but one that leads by example with consistency on a daily basis. Hayes, a 5-foot-11 guard who was named to the Preseason Wade Watch List […] [Read More]
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Mosqueda-Lewis Flashed Plenty Of Star Power Vs. Stanford

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Geno Auriemma sat in front of the microphone on the table in the media room at the XL Center Monday night ready to tell everyone within earshot exactly what he thinks of prized freshman Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis and what the future holds for her at UConn. Mosqueda-Lewis had just dropped 25 points on No. 3 Stanford […] [Read More]
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Shooting Woes Not Cause For Alarm For Auriemma

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The Huskies missed their first 10 shots and opened 3-of-19 from the field against Stanford Monday. Removing Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis (8-of-11) and Bria Hartley (4-of-7) from the equation in the first half, the rest of the team was a combined 0-of-17. In fact, a player not named Mosqueda-Lewis or Hartley did not make a shot until […] [Read More]
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Huskies Showed Plenty of Toughness Defensively Vs. Stanford

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Tiffany Hayes remembers well being hit by Stanford early on last season at Maples Pavilion. The collective blow staggered the Huskies and they never did fully recover in suffering a 71-59 loss. Hayes knew it had to be different this time. UConn had to strike first. The Huskies had to prove that they were tough […] [Read More]
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