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  • Memorials Piling Up In Yankees' Monument Park

    On the day Derek Jeter passed Honus Wagner for sixth place on the all-time hits list — the 3,431st of the Yankee captain's career — we pose a question: Really, don't you think the Yankees need to slow down these ceremonies awarding plaques...
  • Donovan Says Sun Should Play For Pride

    UNCASVILLE — With little chance of making the playoffs, the Connecticut Sun begin the final week of the WNBA season Sunday against the Washington Mystics at the Mohegan Sun Arena. "We knew there would be struggles this season. Did we predict this?...
  • 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,...
  • Sun's Playoff Hopes Barely Flickering

    NEW YORK — They are a year too young and had too many injuries, losing games they should have won. All the scenarios have plausibility when telling the story of this year's version of the Connecticut Sun. Regardless, the Sun came to Madison...
  • Liberty 71, Sun 66

    The Sports Xchange Liberty 71, Sun 66 The New York Liberty took sole possession of third place in the WNBA's Eastern Conference with a 71-66 victory over the Connecticut Sun on Friday night at Madison Square Garden in New York. The Liberty improved...
  • In WNBA, Joy At Becky Hammon's Coaching Job In NBA

    In WNBA, Joy At Becky Hammon's Coaching Job In NBA
    UNCASVILLE — Pokey Chatman was ecstatic. Ecstatic Becky Hammon had smashed a big hole in the glass ceiling. Ecstatic that an aspiring female coach and the NBA champion San Antonio Spurs were such a perfect fit. Most of all, the Chicago Sky coach...
  • Where are the female pro athletes?

    On Wednesday, one of my daughters asked me for help in picking the top female athlete of the past year. She's only 8 and she still thinks dad knows a thing or two, at least for the moment. She was voting in the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Sports Awards....
  • Elena Delle Donne's return gives Sky a boost

     Elena Delle Donne's return gives Sky a boost
    There wasn't time for a homecoming party when forward Elena Delle Donne returned to the Sky lineup after missing 17 of the last 18 games. Nor was Thursday night the right occasion for any festivities. Not with the Sky yearning for a playoff spot. The...
  • Natalie Butler, Big East's Top Freshman, Coming To UConn

    Natalie Butler, Big East's Top Freshman, Coming To UConn
    Natalie Butler, the Big East freshman of the year at Georgetown, will transfer to UConn and one of the coaches she competed against in the Big East said the Huskies are getting a special player. "Natalie was the most impressive freshman I have coached...
  • Sue Bird On Anne Donovan, Aging And The Big Picture

    Sue Bird On Anne Donovan, Aging And The Big Picture
    UNCASVILLE — She was gone by dawn. Sue Bird had a chance to see Geno Auriemma's wife, Kathy, and their family. She saw Maria Conlon and Morgan Valley. And, pffft, just liked that after winless Seattle lost 71-59 to the Sun on Friday night, Bird...
  • Sky lose fourth straight, fall 79-68 to Mystics

    Sky lose fourth straight, fall 79-68 to Mystics
    Forward Emma Meesseman set career highs with 16 points and 11 rebounds as the Washington Mystics beat the Chicago Sky 79-68 on Friday night. The Sky lost their fourth straight game while playing their second game in a row without standout forward...
  • Tuesday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Local basketball players await PIT; Hokies' football game at Ohio State set for night

    Men's basketball: Virginia’s Akil Mitchell, VCU’s Juvonte Reddic and three Hampton Roads natives — Duke’s Andre Dawkins, Marquette’s Davante Gardner and VMI’s DJ Covington — are set to participate in the...