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    1. Duke's Stevens Plans To Join UConn Women

      Hartford CourantApr 30 01:27 PM

      The national champion UConn Huskies are getting a significant addition next year. Center Azurá Stevens, a first-team All-ACC selection this season, is transferring from Duke. The sophomore will sit out the 2016-17 season, per NCAA transfer rules, and will be eligible to play for UConn in the 2017-18...

    2. The Team USA Women's Basketball roster for the 2016 Summer Olympics was announced Wednesday.

    3. By Jeff Washburn, The Sports Xchange INDIANAPOLIS -- Geno Auriemma took one glance at the halftime box score Sunday night and realized just how good his top-ranked Connecticut Huskies are.

    4. Former UConn Huskies highlight USA women's basketball Olympics roster

      Sporting News via Yahoo UK & Ireland SportApr 27 04:07 AM

      The Team USA Women's Basketball roster for the 2016 Summer Olympics was announced Wednesday.

    5. The Connecticut Huskies brought home the hardware for the fourth consecutive season with an 82-51 win over the Syracuse Orange on Tuesday night. Breanna Stewart and her fellow 2012 recruiting classmates -- Moriah Jefferson and Morgan Tuck (redshirt j

    6. The boys played on Saturday, but on Sunday it was time for the women's final four to take the court. By the end of the night, it was Connecticut and Syracuse, old Big East conference rivals, left standing heading into Tuesday's final in the NCAA women’s basketball championship.

    7. The Huskies make the Orange their 75th straight victim

      Columbia Daily HeraldApr 05 08:49 PM

      INDIANAPOLIS — In time, future generations will want to know about the man who built the castle in the cornfield, the women’s basketball program that for decades defined greatness, consistency and dedication to task.

    8. It's the greatest four-season stretch of any team in U.S. sports, ever.

    9. The problem with chasing a legend is you never know when you've caught him. Did Connecticut women's basketball Coach Geno Auriemma catch former UCLA men's coach John Wooden in 2011 when his Huskies won 90 consecutive games, two better than Wooden's 37-year-old record? Did he pull even last week...

    10. From tip-off, UConn controls

      Columbia Daily HeraldApr 03 08:40 PM

      INDIANAPOLIS — Under the category of first things first, UConn walked into the Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Sunday intent on advancing its timeline to immortality.

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