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The Hartford CourantThey won't win this one in the last minute. They won't have to. This time, the UConn women will win it in the first 39. Doris Burke, ESPN's lead analyst, had a question Saturday at the network's Final Four media conference. And it was a good one....
South Bend TribuneNEW ORLEANS -- So close. So painfully close. When Skylar Diggins finally puts her participation in her third straight NCAA women’s basketball Final Four in perspective, the Notre Dame senior and South Bend’s finest will measure it in...
The Hartford CourantThe last time the UConn women's basketball team failed to get to the Sweet Sixteen was March 1993. Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis wasn't born yet. "Ooooh," Mosqueda-Lewis said Monday night partially in awe of the program's amazing consistency and partially in...
The Hartford CourantUConn's final possession may have been the worst in a big moment in the history of the program. Skylar Diggins stole the ball. Notre Dame stole UConn's heart. Again. Again. Again. Yet it wasn't until the Notre Dame women gathered in a chorus line...
The Hartford CourantYou say you want a defining stat? OK, we'll give you a big, fat, sweaty, disgusting defining stat. UConn turned the ball over 35 times. "Incredibly unacceptable," Kelly Faris said Monday night at Purcell Pavilion after the No. 3 Huskies had fallen, in...
SOUTH BEND -- No way she was going to let her team lose. Not Monday night. Not in her last game at Purcell Pavilion. Skylar Diggins had too much on the line to fold. Fifty-five minutes on that court. Thirty-one shots. Twenty-nine points. Eleven...
The Hartford CourantNEW ORLEANS — We heard greatness was coming, as sure as the distant whistle of an oncoming train. As sure as Diana Taurasi and Maya Moore, we all knew it was coming. We just didn't know exactly when. Today, we do. Greatness arrived in the City...
The Hartford CourantPALO ALTO, Calif. — The beauty of the Stanford women's offense is rhythm and preparation. When it works it looks as in sync as the San Antonio Spurs and the Radio City Rockettes. On those days, the Cardinal could be sponsored by Arthur Murray...
The Hartford CourantSTORRS — Geno Auriemma's media sessions, especially the ones near the start and end of each basketball season, are an Italian meal. The tasty stuff just keeps coming and the meal lasts forever. College freshmen, meanwhile, can say their fill in 140...
Question of the day: Will UConn women beat UCLAâ€™s record of 88 straight basketball wins, and when will they lose? [Updated]The Fabulous ForumWriters from around the Tribune Co. weigh in on the topic. Check back throughout the day for more responses, vote in the poll and feel free to leave a comment of your own. Will the UConn women beat UCLAâ€™s record......
The Hartford CourantUConn's national championship women's basketball program placed all five players invited to compete for spots on two USA Basketball teams playing internationally this summer. Breanna Stewart, the most outstanding player of the 2013 Final Four, forward...
The Hartford CourantAfter all the years and countless milestones, it's hardly possible for UConn to bounce a pass anymore without making history. Geno Auriemma, the master craftsman, and his series of master classes, have become to their sport what Howard Johnson was to...
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