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  • UConn Players In The WNBA

    Kelly Faris, Connecticut Sun: 0.8 points, 1.1 rebounds in 24 games. Renee Montgomery, Connecticut Sun: 6.7 points, 2.3 assists in 16 minutes. Tiffany Hayes, Atlanta Dream: 13.2 points, 3.1 rebounds, 2.6 assists in 29.1 minutes. Maya Moore, Minnesota...
  • UConn Players In The WNBA

    Kelly Faris, Connecticut Sun: 0.7 points, 1.1 rebounds in 22 games. Renee Montgomery, Connecticut Sun: 6.5 points, 2.2 assists in 15.6 minutes. Tiffany Hayes, Atlanta Dream: 13.2 points, 3.- rebounds, 2.6 assists in 29.7 minutes. Maya Moore,...
  • Tiffany Hayes Helps Dream Past Sun, 89-80

    ATLANTA — The Atlanta Dream snapped a four-game losing streak with an 89-80 victory over the Connecticut Sun Tuesday afternoon at Philips Arena in Atlanta. The Eastern Conference-leading Dream improved to 16-9, while Connecticut fell to 10-17....
  • Special day for Faulkner, Sky

    Special day for Faulkner, Sky
    Technically, Sky guard Jamierra Faulkner completed all of her schoolwork last spring. The rookie just never had the chance to see it all come to fruition. As the rest of her senior class at Southern Mississippi graduated in early May, Faulkner was in...
  • Sky lose in OT, now 2-5 without Delle Donne

    Sky lose in OT, now 2-5 without Delle Donne
    The Atlanta Dream won for the fourth-straight time with an 81-79 overtime victory over the visiting Chicago Sky on Sunday night at the McCamish Pavilion, in Atlanta, Georgia. The WNBA Eastern Conference-leading Dream improved to 15-5, while the Sky fell...
  • Feeling Good: UConn Women Healthy Going Into NCAA Tournament

    Feeling Good: UConn Women Healthy Going Into NCAA Tournament
    STORRS — Aside from the inevitable personnel changes, there is something else that distinguishes this UConn team from the one that won the national championship last season. These Huskies enter the NCAA Tournament reasonably healthy. That wasn't...
  • Dolson Finishes Gampel Career In Royal Fashion

    Dolson Finishes Gampel Career In Royal Fashion
    STORRS — With two minutes, 40 seconds remaining in another UConn women's rout Tuesday night, Stefanie Dolson left the Gampel Pavilion floor for the final time. Geno Auriemma briefly threw one arm around her as Dolson went down the line to slap hands...
  • UConn Gets Encouraging News On KML

    HOUSTON — Sidelined with mononucleosis since before UConn's game at South Florida on Feb. 16, junior Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis is not with the team on its five-day trip to Texas. But coach Geno Auriemma said Saturday that her scheduled checkup on...
  • All Smiles For UConn Women's Senior Day

    All Smiles For UConn Women's Senior Day
    Last season, Senior Day was actually Senior Night, one UConn will remember for all the wrong reasons. Two hours after saying goodbye to Tiffany Hayes, the Huskies said so long to an 18-year winning streak that had followed all those fond farewells....
  • UNIFORM NUMBERS: Why The Husky Players Chose To Wear A Certain One

    What's in a number? Well, apparently it depends on what number and how attached a player has become to wearing it during their careers. When Renee Montgomery played for the UConn women she wore No. 20 and then put it on again when the WNBA's Minnesota...
  • Stokes Steps Up In 61-45 Victory Over Duke

    Stokes Steps Up In 61-45 Victory Over Duke
    – Duke's Elizabeth Williams is a freshman center who has played extensively for USA Basketball and is heralded as one the game's stellar posts. UConn's Kiah Stokes is a freshman center who until Monday earned notoriety essentially by causing Geno...
  • Moore Scores 41 In Record 89th Straight Win

    Moore Scores 41 In Record 89th Straight Win
    Perhaps it's true that only a scant percentage of the world cares about women's basketball. Maybe even less than that — or so we've heard from the dissenting crowd insulted by the long assault on a legendary men's coach and his team's iconic winning...