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  • Storm Rolling Along, Beat Mercury

    Storm Rolling Along, Beat Mercury
    Lauren Jackson, Camille Little and Swin Cash scored 16 points each to lead the Seattle Storm to a 97-74 victory over the Phoenix Mercury on Sunday night. Tanisha Wright added 13 points and Sue Bird had 12 points and 11 assists as Seattle (8-1) won its...
  • Aug. 27, 2007: UConn Scores Big; Delle Donne Commits

    It has been three seasons since the UConn women have won a national basketball championship or played in the Final Four, a minor setback for a program with five national championships since 1995. Still, watching Baylor, Maryland and Tennessee win...
  • Sun Blow 21-Point Lead But Defeat Mercury

    Sun Blow 21-Point Lead But Defeat Mercury
    —The Connecticut Sun may have blown a 21-point lead on Sunday, but the bottom line is they won in Phoenix for the first time in five years. Tina Charles had 24 points and 12 rebounds and hit the final points of the game on two free throws with 1:17...
  • April 8, 2009: Perfection Personifies Auriemma's Program

    ST. LOUIS - With 71 seconds left in this final study in perfection, Renee Montgomery raced into the tight embrace of her coach. Twenty seconds later, Maya Moore and Tina Charles, a tower of power on this Tuesday night in April, followed. For Montgomery,...
  • Charles Has 23 Boards In Sun Win

    Charles Has 23 Boards In Sun Win
    — The Connecticut Sun had been in a defensive funk. The choreography hadn't been right; bad on Broadway, especially bad in the WNBA. So it wasn't the best time for a visit from the dynamic Diana Taurasi, the league's leading scorer and former...
  • Program's Rules Have Built A Following

    Program's Rules Have Built A Following
    STORRS -- It's all about attention to detail at UConn. That's what the Huskies have mastered to build their women's basketball dynasty. It's about discipline as much as talent, decorum as much as defense. It's about playing as a team on the court and...
  • She's Done It Maya Way

    She's Done It Maya Way
    One year from now, Maya Moore will be somewhere in Europe, most likely Russia or Turkey, playing professional basketball. At that point, her career at UConn and her rookie season in the WNBA will be over. And the numbers she will have compiled in the...
  • Maya Moore: Top Of The Charts

    Maya Moore leads or is in the top five of many significant UConn program records even before she plays the first game of her senior season. Among them: Points (career) Tina Charles: 2,346 Nykesha Sales: 2,178 Kerry Bascom: 2,177 Moore: 2,168 Diana...
  • After The Championships

    The UConn women have won seven national titles. Here's a look at how the program did the year after each of the first six championship seasons: No. 1 1994-95 Next season (34-4): The Huskies lose their opener to Louisiana Tech and drop two other regular...
  • Storm Continue To Roll, 17-2 After 3OT Win Over Phoenix

    Storm Continue To Roll, 17-2 After 3OT Win Over Phoenix
    After nearly 55 minutes, Sue Bird wasn't exactly sure what kind of shot her team would get until she made the winning 3-pointer. Bird's 3 with 6.4 seconds left in the third overtime lifted the Seattle Storm to a 111-107 victory against the Phoenix...
  • Storm Rallies from 18 Points; Beat Mercury

    Storm Rallies from 18 Points; Beat Mercury
    Lauren Jackson scored a season high 33 points to help the Seattle Storm rally from an 18-point halftime deficit to beat the Phoenix Mercury 91-85 Tuesday night and clinch the Western Conference No. 1 seed. Sue Bird scored 16 and Tanisha Wright 14 for...
  • April 7, 2004: Make It A Double. Taurasi Caps Career With Another Title For Huskies

    Originally published April 7, 2004 NEW ORLEANS -- It was three weeks ago, on Selection Sunday, when UConn coach Geno Auriemma reflected on an arduous regular season. The Huskies had lost four games -- a rarity in the past few seasons -- and players...