Live updates: Paradise Jam first round

George Mason held off Mercy, 52-49, in the first game of the Paradise Jam to keep hopes of a 2006 Elite Eight rematch alive. That’s pretty far down the road, though. UConn and George Mason, on

Gameday: Wake Forest vs. UConn

Checking in from St. Thomas, where my mission to find shaving cream is finally complete. I arrived last night at around 5:15, roughly the same time as UConn. With the exception of an hour-plus delay

UConn in Preseason Tournaments

Given the program’s recent history, there’s reason to believe UConn’s performance at the 2012 Paradise Jam can be indicative of things to come. Here’s how UConn has fared in tournaments that require

Ollie pledges $100,000 for new practice facility

UConn coach Kevin Ollie has pledged $100,000 to the UConn Basketball Development Center, the school announced Wednesday. The University currently has $24 million in donations and pledges, and the

R.J. Evans gives Huskies boost off the bench

STORRS — Every Wednesday night, R.J. Evans becomes a robot with full flight capabilities. In case you’re wondering, no, Evans isn’t crazy. He’s just a student in a cutting-edge class. “I’m in this

Notes/Quotes from Vermont: “I’m not subscribing to that”

Writers are always in search of storylines, and there are some obvious ones with UConn these days. The Huskies are playing five games in 10 days. They just returned from Germany, and Thursday morning

Jordan Bell chooses Oregon

Long Beach forward Jordan Bell, one of the elite athletes in the 2013 class, announced Tuesday that he’ll attend Oregon. The 6-foot-7 senior chose the Ducks over UConn and Auburn. Bell’s recruitment

Gameday: Vermont at UConn

Follow the action as the Huskies battle Vermont. One game into 2012-13 schedule and UConn has already been stripped of its “underdog” tag. The Huskies knocked off Michigan State Friday, then checked