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  • Q&A with Towson men's basketball coach Pat Skerry

    Q&A with Towson men's basketball coach Pat Skerry
    For a guy who just lived through a 1-31 season in his first year as a Division I head coach, Pat Skerry seems oddly optimistic. But for the second-year Towson men's basketball coach, staying positive is a surprisingly easy thing to do. Just steps away...
  • Could stiff penalties against Penn State help Maryland football program?

    Could stiff penalties against Penn State help Maryland football program?
    The NCAA is expected to announce signficant penalties against the Penn State football program Monday in the aftermath of the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal. Several reports suggest that the Nittany Lions won’t become the second program to be...
  • Jim Calhoun's Most Memorable Defeats

    Every loss stings, and some are more memorable than others -- for the circumstances, the level of play, how it unfolded, the disappointment, even the pride in the effort put forth. Even for a coach as successful as Jim Calhoun. Here are some of the more...
  • Jim Calhoun Timeline: The Career Of A Hall Of Fame Coach

    Born: May 10, 1942 in Braintree, Mass. Family: Wife Pat, sons James and Jeffrey, six grandchildren Education: American International College (1968); Braintree High School (1960) Head Coaching Career: Old Lyme (CT) High School – 1968-69 Westport...
  • Walker Leads UConn Past Cincinnati, Into Sweet 16

    Walker Leads UConn Past Cincinnati, Into Sweet 16
    These were demanding, nerve-racking, season-defining times and Kemba Walker answered them with two contrasting, and equally effective, traits. First he was calm and cool, swishing a three-pointer with just under four minutes as UConn looked to finally...
  • Rebecca Lobo: Empowered By Title IX

    Rebecca Lobo: Empowered By Title IX
    I am a Title IX baby. The law was passed in 1972 and I was born in 1973. Just as important, I am the daughter of a woman who was very aware of Title IX. She was a teacher and the Title IX compliance coordinator at her school. She was a woman who cared...
  • UConn Men's Awards

    Player of the Year 2004 — Emeka Okafor, Co-National Player of the Year Big East Conference Awards 2009 — Hasheem Thabeet, Co-Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year 2008 — Hasheem Thabeet, Defensive Player of the Year...
  • From UConn To The NBA

    Rudy Gay (2004-2006), 1st Round-8th pick, Memphis Grizzlies Hilton Armstrong (2002-2006), 1st Round-12th pick, New Orleans Hornets Marcus Williams (2003-2006), 1st Round-22nd pick, New Jersey Nets Josh Boone (2003-2006), 1st Round-23rd pick, New Jersey...
  • Lakers, Clippers stand pat

    Lakers, Clippers stand pat
    The NBA's trading deadline passed today without the Lakers or Clippers making any last-minute moves. There was speculation that Clippers point guard Sam Cassell, 38, and in the final year of his contract, would be swapped to a playoff contender, but he...
  • Feb. 29, 1996: Ray Allen Scores Career-High 39

    The UConn seniors knew they were saying goodbye to Gampel Pavilion Wednesday night. Ray Allen can't be as certain about his future. So to be safe, Allen left UConn fans with an indelible memory. If the junior swingman from Dalzell, S.C., doesn't return...
  • March 22, 1992: UConns 1992 Ends With Loss To Ohio State

    CINCINNATI -- As the clock ran out on the University of Connecticut Saturday, five freshmen were on the floor of Riverfront Coliseum. Donyell Marshall, Brian Fair, Kevin Ollie, Rich Ashmeade and Donny Marshall finished a 78-55 loss to Ohio State. It...
  • March 26, 1994: Big Chill Hits Huskies In Miami. Florida Wins In OT; UConn Loses Its Touch

    Donyell Marshall stood slumped over in front of the UConn bench, his hands on his knees and his eyes focused on the floor, as players from Florida and UConn stopped by to offer condolences. He wasn't thinking about the two free throws he missed at the...