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UConn Women One Win From Fifth Straight Final Four

UConn will play No. 2 seed Kentucky (28-6) on Tuesday night in the Kingston regional final of the Women’s NCAA Tournament.

03/26/2012

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UConn On Pace To Shatter NCAA Defense Record

The University of Connecticut women’s team is giving up a meager 44 points a game and the Huskies are on pace to shatter their own NCAA record set two seasons ago.

02/13/2012

April 2, 2011 Kelly Farris, Natalie Novosel (Jamie Sabau/Getty Images Sport)

UConn Women Meet Notre Dame For First Time Since Final Four Loss

As the University of Connecticut and Notre Dame prepare for Saturday’s game, the Irish — usually underdogs to the Huskies — are the preseason favorite to win the Big East. Game action gets underway at 3:30 on WTIC NewsTalk 1080.

01/06/2012

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Pledge Of Allegiance New Feature At UConn Games

Connecticut women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma can’t remember saying the Pledge of Allegiance out loud since the day he became a United States’ citizen in 1994.

12/01/2011

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Auriemma: Don’t Expect National Championship

Connecticut women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma says the only way the Huskies will win a national championship this season is if some other team “screws up.”

09/14/2011

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Husky Day At Capitol

Connecticut’s governor and legislature took time off from debating the state’s budget to cheer UConn’s major sports teams.

04/27/2011

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Capitol Welcomes Huskies

Connecticut’s governor and legislature took time off from debating the state’s budget to cheer UConn’s major sports teams.

04/27/2011

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Two #1 Seeds, Two #2s In Women’s Final Four

Connecticut, Stanford, Notre Dame and Texas A&M, two No. 1 seeds and two No. 2s, will be in Indianapolis on Sunday for the national semifinals.

03/30/2011

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Geno Disappointed By Tournament Attendance

UConn coach Geno Auriemma says he’s disappointed that fewer than 6,000 fans showed up for UConn’s second-round win over Purdue and says he will ask athletic director Jeff Hathaway not to bid on hosting the tournament for the next five years.

03/23/2011

Geno Auriemma (Sara D. Davis/AP Photo)

Success Breeds High Expectations For UConn Women

Connecticut enters this season’s NCAA tournament at 32-1, the Huskies’ sixth consecutive 30-win season.

03/17/2011

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