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There are some thing that defy explanation and what I witnessed in the last two Mondays would certainly qualify of something that would have made for a perfect episode for "Ripley's Believe it or Not" or perhaps the "Twilight Zone."UConn has had more than its share of remarkable individual. . . Read More
UNCASVILLE, Conn. – Apparently, if you’ve seen one UConn women’s basketball team you haven’t seen them all.Yes, there is a commonality to the fact they win, they win by a lot, they don’t take possessions off, they do all the right things.So why bother to spend. . . Read More
The path to a berth in the NCAA tournament that opened for Rider’s women’s basketball team with two victories in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference playoffs  in Albany, N.Y., was stopped short 81-73 by long-time nemesis Quinnipiac in the championship. . . Read More
It isn't often that the attention is focused on the only starter not to hit more than one field goal but that was exactly the case in UConn's trouncing of Tulsa in today's American Athletic Conference quarterfinals.Junior guard Kia Nurse missed the final four games of the regular season due to a. . . Read More
On the most-exciting day of the Southeastern Conference women’s basketball tournament, the  semifinals were set.The Top Two remain the Top Two.The other semifinalists are also possible Sweet 16 hosts.None of the seniors on losing teams in the quarterfinals are done; they. . . Read More
UConn junior guard Kia Nurse is set to return to the court when the top-ranked and top-seeded Huskies play the winner of the Memphis/Tulsa game in the quarterfinals of the American Athletic Conference tournament on Saturday.Nurse missed the last four games of the regular season due to a. . . Read More
While Temple is still trying to catch UConn on the court in trying to win an American Athletic Conference title, the Owls on Friday afternoon prior to the start of the fourth annual tourney here at the Mohegan Sun finally got a prize alongside the Huskies away from the sidelines. Tonya Cardoza. . . Read More
Now the four nationally ranked teams kick in as the top seeds, in the quarterfinals, having earned the double-bye.The majority of all-conference players elevate this next round. As do the four best coaches, led by conference Coach of the Year Robin Pingeton of Missouri. South. . . Read More



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