UConn Women’s Basketball
(Storrs, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – The national champion UConn women’s basketball team will be unable to participate in a ceremony prior to tonight’s Red Sox-Yankees game at Fenway Park. In a statement, the UConn athletic department […]
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Women’s basketball came away a winner Sunday night. After a season-long buildup, the NCAA tournament will be decided by the perfect championship game.
The Connecticut Huskies are back in a very familiar position, undefeated and playing for a national championship.
Top-ranked Connecticut heads to the Final Four in Nashville as the best shot-blocking team in the history of women’s basketball.
UConn’s Breanna Stewart was named to the Wooden All-American team.
Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis continued her splendid run through the NCAA tournament with 17 points, and Connecticut advanced to the women’s Final Four for the seventh straight year with a 69-54 victory against Texas A&M on Monday night.
BYU has come up with two of the biggest upsets in the NCAA women’s tournament to get to the school’s first Sweet 16 since 2002.
Connecticut’s opponents spend a lot of time trying to figure out how to slow the Huskies’ offense. A bigger challenge may be finding a way to score on the nation’s top-ranked women’s team.
Breanna Stewart led a balanced offense with 19 points and 10 rebounds as defending champion UConn routed Prairie View A&M 87-44 in the first round of the NCAA tournament on Sunday.