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Selection Committe Offers Sense Of Top NCAA Seeds

Connecticut, South Carolina, Notre Dame and Tennessee would be the top seeds in the NCAA women’s basketball tournament if the season was over.


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5 Times UConn Beat the Top-Ranked Team

It was another ho-hum victory for the UConn women at Gampel Pavilion on Monday, handing No. 1 South Carolina its first loss of the season. For the Huskies, they are 17-3 overall in 1 vs. 2 matchups, including now 5-1 when they are ranked second. Here’s a look back at all five wins.


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The Women’s Beat with Bob Joyce – 3+4+23+30 = 1

If you we’re one of those 10,167 who watched the UConn Women beat South Carolina and traveled through some nasty weather Monday to watch, congratulations..You saw a special performance.


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JOE D’S NOTEBOOK: No Snow in New Orleans

What a shock, it’s Monday and it’s snowing. Well, there was no precipitation in New Orleans on Saturday, just a much needed win for the UConn Huskies,beating Tulane 62-53.

WTIC NewsTalk 1080–02/09/2015

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The Women’s Beat with Bob Joyce – Another Number 1 vs. 2 Matchup

Well. here we go again. One versus Two.


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Huskies Snap Four-Game Road Losing Streak

_ Ryan Boatright scored 18 points with nine rebounds, Rodney Purvis had 17 points and Connecticut rallied to down Tulane 62-53 on Saturday.


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Geno Benches Two Starters After Lackluster First Half

Coach Geno Auriemma didn’t like the way No. 2 Connecticut opened the game against Memphis, so he sent a message– sitting his two best players the bulk of the game.


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21 Players In UConn Recruiting Class

One Connecticut player — offensive lineman Bryan Cespedes of New London High School — is among the 21 players who have signed letters of intent to play football at UConn.


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JOE D’S NOTEBOOK: Let’s Not Sugarcoat It

There’s no reason to try and sugarcoat what went on last night at Fifth Third Arena in Cincinnati. It was a dismal performance by the UConn Huskies and the 70-58 setback was not really indicative of how bad the defending national champions played.

WTIC NewsTalk 1080–01/30/2015