Former Connecticut women’s basketball star Maya Moore has made the first cut for the NCAA’s Woman of the Year Award.
Former UConn star Swin Cash was named MVP of the WNBA All-Star Game, though her West team lost to the East,, 118 to 113, including 15 points from another UConn standout, Tina Charles.
Five former UConn women’s basketball stars — Sue Bird, Swin Cash, Tina Charles, Maya Moore and Diana Taurasi are among those chosen for the WNBA All-Star teams.
Maya Moore was selected by the Minnesota Lynx with the first pick in the WNBA Draft on Monday.
Moore helped UConn win a record 90-straight games and also led the school to two national championships.
UConn’s Maya Moore, a four-time All-American is expected to be selected No. 1 overall by Minnesota in the WNBA draft Monday.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Maya Moore has led UConn to a clean sweep of the Big East awards. Moore became the third player to win the conference’s player of the year three times. The senior […]
Three University of Connecticut players have been awarded Big East weekly honors. Freshman guard Jeremy Lamb was honored for the second straight week, named Big East Rookie of the week, after scoring a game high […]
The Enfield Public Library and town officials have reached a compromise that will allow a screening of the Michael Moore documentary “Sicko” about the American health care system.
Cancellation of a planned screening of the film “Sicko,” on the American health care system, has prompted charges of censorship in Enfield.
By DOUG FEINBERG, AP Basketball Writer See details of each game in the streak. HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ All the excitement that came with eclipsing the UCLA men’s mark of 88-straight wins has quieted down, […]