Geno Auriemma Looks For 1000th Career WinGeno Auriemma looks to make history with his 1000th career win as UCONN takes on Oklahoma Tuesday night.
WNBA Allows Teams To Trade Consecutive 1st-Round Draft PicksThe WNBA is giving its general managers more tools they can trade.
Former WNBA Star Buys Block Of Tickets For Children Two-hundred children will get to see Sunday's WNBA playoff game between Connecticut and Phoenix thanks to a former WNBA star.
Connecticut Sun's Curt Miller Named AP's WNBA Coach of the Year"I'm humbled because there wasn't a lot of expectations on this group," Miller said. "Such a credit to those players, every adversity we had, they responded."
WNBA Playoff Picture Still Muddled; Sparks Sit Atop AP PollThe WNBA is headed into the final week of the regular season and there are a few playoff spots still up for grabs. Postseason seeding is also still undecided with several teams jockeying for position.
Sun Top Wings 93-87 For 1st 20-Win Season In 5 YearsAlyssa Thomas scored 23 points, Jonquel Jones had 20 points and 17 rebounds for her 18th double-double, and the Connecticut Sun beat the short-handed Dallas Wings 93-87 on Wednesday night.
Thomas, Jones Help Sun Beat Fever 89-73Sun have won 13 of their last 17 games.
Sun Forward Chiney Ogwumike Shares Her Unique Experience With SportsConnecticut Sun forward Chiney Ogwumike joined CBS Local to talk about her career, both on and off the court, and her experience with sports.
Former UConn Star Breanna Stewart Joins Protests At LAX Over Muslim BanStewart joined the many athletes speaking out against the president's executive order suspending the US' refugee program.
Ex-UConn Great Cash Joins Liberty Front OfficeThe New York Liberty say Swin Cash is taking on a new role with the team, becoming its director of franchise development.
Stewart Named WNBA Rookie Of The YearBreanna Stewart is the WNBA rookie of the year.
Connecticut Sun Beat Dallas By 33Camille Little and Courtney Williams scored 15 points apiece to lead the Connecticut Sun to a 107-74 victory over the Dallas Wings on Friday night.