Saturday, November 18, 2017
Tags Uconn women’s basketball

Tag: uconn women’s basketball

UConn exhibition games offer a mere glimpse of the newbies

Storrs - Zero in a row. After years of counting up toward 111 consecutive wins, the UConn Huskies begin this year with a winning...

Five lasting impressions from the Final Four

You can do it if you work hard enough, and if you believe The American Dream is alive and well, thanks to the Mississippi State...

UConn’s upset is good for the game

Connecticut did something Friday night that they haven't in a while: they lost a game. And that's good for women's basketball in many ways. First,...

William, Mississippi State come up big to snap Connecticut’s streak

Dallas - For the second time in five days, the smallest player on the court saved the game for Mississippi State. But this time,...

Complete domination: UConn and Kia Nurse send message to the Tournament...

Geno Auriemma, a man rarely at a loss for words, seemed awed by Connecticut’s performance in the NCAA Tournament second round game Monday in...

“Why not us?” Well, you’re playing Connecticut in Storrs

Storrs, Conn. - Any competitive basketball player has to enter each game believing that a win is possible. Albany’s Cassandra Edwards said as much...

Fitzgerald sets AAC Tournament scoring record in quarterfinal win

The American Athletic Conference - and its tournament - is dominated by Connecticut, which has never lost a game in conference play. In the...

UConn’s adjusts yet again after losing “glue player” Kia Nurse

The national media attention surrounding UConn has focused on the 100-plus win streak, the athleticism of Gabby Williams, and the consistent excellence of Napheesa...

Does a really lousy half of basketball show that UConn is...

Seeking win 97 in a row, playing at their campus home for the first time in weeks, Connecticut gave hope to the world of...

Connecticut’s Gabby Williams is WomensHoopsWorld’s player of the week

Each week, a five-member womenshoopsworld.com panel votes to determine the best collegiate player of the preceding week. As conference standings tighten in the waning weeks...