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  • Douglas Providing Leadership To Young Sun Team

    Douglas Providing Leadership To Young Sun Team
    WASHINGTON — Katie Douglas understands how ironic it is that one of the low points of her playing career not only altered its course but that of Connecticut Sun history. Five minutes into the third and deciding game of the 2012 Eastern Conference...
  • Sky end four-game losing streak with overtime win

     Sky end four-game losing streak with overtime win
    In her first game back from a right leg injury, it was clear Sky forward Jessica Breland was testing herself, taking time to ease back into the pace. By the end of overtime Wednesday afternoon, she was controlling that pace. And a simple step-back...
  • WNBA player gains strength after losing mom to cancer, dad to prison

    WNBA player gains strength after losing mom to cancer, dad to prison
    The amount of peanut butter must be perfectly equal to jelly when Krystal Thomas makes a sandwich. "I have to make it the same way my mom did," said the 6-foot-5 center for the WNBA's Phoenix Mercury. "I eat oatmeal every single morning because she used...
  • Minnesota Lynx win WNBA preseason tourney at Disney |Video

    Minnesota Lynx win WNBA preseason tourney at Disney |<b>Video</b>
    The Minnesota Lynx ended last season as WNBA champions. On Sunday, they took down the Chicago Sky 76-69 to win a preseason tournament at Disney's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. "Winning is what we like to do," said Minnesota assistant coach...
  • Gampel Notebook: Geno Lines Up In Favor Of Neutral Sites

    — This weekend's NCAA Tournament games at Gampel Pavilion are expected to springboard UConn to the regional finals In Lincoln, Neb. And once there, the Huskies could find themselves in a position no team likely will ever face again on the way a...
  • Dolson, Hartley Make Final UConn Home Game A Sweet Farewell

    STORRS — Stefanie Dolson and Bria Hartley played their final home game for UConn on Tuesday, each hoping to do what's possible to help the Huskies beat St. Joseph's and get to another Sweet 16. And that they did, combining for 37 points (20 for...
  • Dolson, Hartley Expected To Go Early In WNBA Draft

    Dolson, Hartley Expected To Go Early In WNBA Draft
    Winning nine national championships, one World Championship and an Olympic gold medal gives Geno Auriemma the forum to tell WNBA coaches and general managers what he thinks. That includes those who have played for him at UConn. That's an group that held...
  • Dolson, Hartley Get High Praise From New Coach Thibault

     Dolson, Hartley Get High Praise From New Coach Thibault
    During his decade coaching the Connecticut Sun, Mike Thibault learned to appreciate the professional readiness of many UConn players on WNBA draft day. If he wasn't, all he needed to do was look at the numbers: Before the 2014 entry draft, the Huskies...
  • With Top Seed, UConn Awaits Winner Of 8-9 Game

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — As the No. 1 seed in this weekend's first American Athletic Conference tournament at Mohegan Sun Arena, UConn will play the winner of Friday's 8 vs. 9 first-round game in the quarterfinals. UConn's quarterfinal will be played at...
  • Indy Point wins John Henry Turf at Santa Anita

    Indy Point won the $150,000 John Henry Turf Championship by 11/4 lengths at Santa Anita on Sunday, giving jockey Gary Stevens his third graded stakes win of the weekend. Argentina-bred Indy Point ran 11/4 miles in 1:57.47 and paid $6, $4.40 and $2.80 as...
  • Starry Sky

    Starry Sky
    The long wait is over for the Sky and their fans. In the WNBA franchise's eight-year history, the team has never had a winning season, much less made the playoffs. Until now. OK, so it's not a Cubs-in-the-World-Series-type drought, but the Sky are...
  • Sparks are done if they lose to Mercury

    The Sparks are already facing an elimination game. They lost Game 1 of their best-of-three first-round playoffs series against the Phoenix Mercury at Staples Center on Thursday, 86-75. If they lose Game 2 in Phoenix on Saturday (7 p.m., TWC/TWC...