Bobby Puyol hit a 37-yard field goal with 11 seconds left and UConn avoided a season-opening upset with a 24-21 win over Maine from the Football Championship Subdivision on Thursday night. Read »
UConn is looking to build off the momentum of its first bowl appearance in five years as it kicks off the season Thursday night by hosting Maine, a rebuilding team from the Championship Subdivision. Read »
UConn, one of several programs being mentioned as a potential candidate for expansion by the Big 12 Conference, is dealing with something new in Bob Diaco's third season as its head coach: higher expectations. Read »
Just after the United States routed Canada by 40 points, Geno Auriemma and his UConn greats posed for a group photo on the court. Read »
Coach Geno Auriemma wanted to have the best talent available to him. So it was no coincidence that when the U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team was constructed, those in positions of responsibility within basketball operations were able to find a five-person unit with whom Auriemma had long-standing ties. When the team attempts to win its sixth straight Olympic gold medal in Rio, the squad will have a decidedly University of Connecticut flair. Five members — Sue Bird, Tina Charles, Diana Taurasi, Maya Moore and Breanna Stewart — played for Auriemma at UConn. All won titles with the Huskies. Bird, Charles and Moore each won two titles; Taurasi was a three-time National Champion while Stewart won championships in all four of her years at Storrs, Connecticut. Read »
The athletic director for the University of Connecticut said the school will not be adding a surcharge to tickets for the upcoming football and basketball seasons. Read »
UConn's athletic director says he's waiting to hear from the Big 12 about its interest level before making any pitch to join the conference. Read »
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