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The Hartford CourantLike the rest of her teammates, junior Morgan Valley is supposed to take 500 shots a week. That breaks down to 100 a day. Yeah, right. ``Oh, yeah, I go over,'' Valley said Wednesday after UConn's 67-62 victory over Rutgers at the Civic Center. ``I...
The Hartford CourantWillnett Crocket is no stranger to winning. She may be joining one of the elite programs in women's college basketball, but, in terms of dominance, her high school team is in a league by itself. Narbonne High School, in Harbor City, Calif., has won the...
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I thought coming in, Sue had such a huge upside, because of how intelligent she plays the game and how well she perceives things. There were some things, obviously, that she needed to work on, and after about six or seven games, she was just starting to...
The Hartford CourantTamika Catchings, everybody's All-American, hit a three-pointer with 5 1/2 minutes left and a UConn lead that had ballooned to 17 points in the first half was whittled to two. Svetlana Abrosimova, everybody's other All-American, found herself pinned to...
The Hartford CourantST. LOUIS -- Diana Taurasi's eyes were red-rimmed and swollen. With 1:24 left in Friday night's NCAA Tournament semifinal game, she left the floor of the Savvis Center after fouling out. She sat on the UConn bench and cried. She made 1 of 15 shots. She...
David Davis last wrote for the magazine about Sacramento Kings owners Joe and Gavin Maloof.For Olympic hopeful Allyson Felix, the road to Athens goes through Modesto. The 18-year-old sprint phenom has come to the Central Valley farming hub on a hazy May weekend to compete in the 63rd Annual Modesto Relays. At this decidedly unglamorous early-...
The Hartford CourantNORFOLK, Va. UConn found itself in unfamiliar territory Saturday afternoon. It was the Huskies' second road game of the season, and it was a rare occasion when the opponent actually had the audacity to think it could win. Jazzed by a record home crowd of...
I think one misconception is that Diana, in the Final Four last year, was all of a sudden exposed to the country as, what, a kid who didn't live up to expectations. She probably should have been Kodak first-team All-American last year for being the Big...
The Hartford CourantThe greatest recruiting class in UConn history will play its last game sometime next March. The greatest recruiting class in UConn history will play its first game sometime next November. The Huskies added the crowning piece to the next blockbuster...
Tags: Jessica Moore, History, Ann Strother, Education, Swin Cash
Courant Staff WriterSwin Cash thrived for four seasons on a team with specific rules pertaining to personal agendas. Simply stated, there are none at UConn. It's a part of the mystique that contributed to a second undefeated national championship season Sunday night at the...
The Hartford CourantShe reminds me an awful lot of Jamelle Elliott, in that there are people that come along in your life that you know you can trust, beyond a shadow of a doubt. They don't always show it on the court, early on, or they may struggle at times. But Asjha has...
The Hartford CourantSummer is for vacation. But there's not much downtime for Division I college basketball players. They are never far from the weight room or the basketball court. They can't afford too much vacation from the game. This story is the third in an occasional...
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