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Double Trouble

A feat completed by UCONN in 2004, was once again repeated, as the Men’s and Women’s Basketball Teams both came out on top at the 2014 NCAA Championships. 305 more words

Obama Congratulates UConn on College Basketball Dominance

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama has congratulated the University of Connecticut’s men’s and women’s basketball teams on winning last week’s NCAA tournaments.

The White House says Obama commended men’s head coach Kevin Ollie and his team on their decisive championship victory and noted how he enjoyed watching them throughout the tournament. 107 more words


Dual National Championship Parade for UConn Draws Hundreds of Thousands

Story & Photos by Jacqueline Bennett newsandviewsjb

As far as the eye could see and beyond, fans lined the streets of downtown Hartford on April 13 for the 2014 Dual National Championship Parade honoring the University of Connecticut men’s and women’s basketball teams  - a repeat of ten years ago when the UConn men and women also brought home dual national NCAA basketball titles. 349 more words


AACC Names Coach Geno Auriemma Outstanding Alumnus

by Diane VanDyke

Montgomery County Community College is pleased to announce that alumnus Geno Auriemma, head coach of the women’s basketball team for the University of Connecticut, received the 2014 Outstanding Alumni Award from the American Association for Community Colleges (AACC) on April 8, 2014, during the 2014 Annual AACC Convention inWashington D.C. 580 more words


Shoe customizer makes special Nike Kobe IX for Geno Auriemma

In honor of the UConn women’s team’s ninth national title, one in which the Huskies finished with an unblemished record of 40-0, shoe customizer Mache (Dan Gamache) 92 more words

5 Reasons I Know You Aren't from Connecticut.

1.) You have an accent. 

Any true Connecticut native knows that the only way to pronounce things is phonetically the way father Webster intended

2.) You’ve never driven on the Merrit Parkway… 75 more words


UConn: the School of Champions

Students, alumni – and fans – have to be mighty proud to be associated with the University of Connecticut.

After all, both its men’s and women’s basketball teams won national titles this week.  348 more words