The Women's Beat with Bob Joyce: So Many Questions…Well here we go again, the 2016-17 Season is here for the UConn Women’s Basketball Team and there are so many question marks heading into this campaign…
UConn Women Picked Third In Preseason Poll Behind Notre Dame, BaylorThe UConn Huskies haven't lost a game in two years and enter this season as the four-time NCAA champion. But media voters in the Associated Press poll don't see the Huskies as the best team in the country.
Geno Auriemma On Pat Summitt's LegacyUConn Womens Basketball head coach Geno Auriemma, the late Pat Summitt's fiercest rival, reacted to news of her passing.
U.S. Women's Team Features 5 Former UConn StarsFour-time Olympians Diana Taurasi, Sue Bird and Tamika Catchings headline the U.S. women's national team roster heading to Brazil for the Rio Games this summer.
Auriemma Released From HospitalUConn women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma is home from the hospital.
The Women’s Beat with Bob Joyce: Perfection, History & DominationIt’s been a week since the UConn Women claimed a record 11th NCAA WBB Championship. Other than Syracuse, the Huskies weren’t really challenged in the entire NCAA Tournament. But really, that was the story of the entire season.
Greatest UConn Women’s Players EverInstead of ranking who is “better”, we’ll take superlatives of sorts to go through the ever-growing list of who could be the greatest players in UConn women’s basketball history
Massarotti: Geno Auriemma Needs A New ChallengeEvery March, Geno Auriemma, UConn women's basketball coach, shifts the conversation to women's basketball.
UConn's Stewart Headlines All-America Team For 3rd TimeBreanna Stewart has already etched her name as one of the best in college women's basketball history. Now the UConn star has earned The Associated Press All-America honors three times.
The Women's Beat with Bob Joyce: Sweet 16 To BridgeportNot since 2002 when the Bird-Cash-Jone-Williams class went out on such a high note... the trio of Stewart, Tuck, and Jefferson carried their team to Bridgeport themselves.
Breanna Stewart Is AAC Player Of The Year; Geno Is Coach Of The YearUConn forward Breanna Stewart was unanimously selected as the 2016 American Athletic Conference Player of the Year for the third consecutive season, as voted on by the league's 11 head coaches.
UConn Women Cruise Past ECUKia Nurse scored a season-high 20 points at top-ranked UConn routed East Carolina 92-46 on Saturday in the Huskies final tuneup before a showdown with No. 2 South Carolina.

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