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8 Reasons Why UConn Has the Best Women's College Basketball Program

Storrs, Connecticut is the center of the college basketball universe.  It wasn’t always this way though.  It has taken almost thirty years to build this basketball dynasty.   940 more words

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Geno Auriemma takes part in putting contest at CT Children’s Medical Center

(WTNH)–UConn basketball coach Geno Auriemma has already claimed the biggest prize in his sport this year: the national championship.

Today involved in a different kind of competition with the Connecticut Children’s medical center: a putting contest. 170 more words

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Geno Auriemma takes part in putting contest at CT Children's Medical Center

(WTNH)–UConn basketball coach Geno Auriemma has already claimed the biggest prize in his sport this year: the national championship.

Today involved in a different kind of competition with the Connecticut Children’s medical center: a putting contest. 172 more words

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'Putt-off' at CCMC with Coach Auriemma

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Coach Geno Auriemma has already claimed the biggest prize in sports this year, the national championship, but Wednesday, he participated in a different kind of competition with the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. 69 more words

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Blackman's Crystal Dangerfield repeats dream season

Blackman junior Crystal Dangerfield was the best player on the best team in the state of Tennessee.

She was also regarded as the best player in the state and one of the tops in the country. 547 more words

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A Decline in College Basketball?

By Kaleb Page

April 14, 2015

As this edition of the college basketball season comes to a close, it is time to reflect back on what we all saw. 513 more words

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In The Pantheon of College Basketball Coaches: Auriemma is King

The Men’s and Women’s College Basketball season officially ended Tuesday night when the UConn women defeated Notre Dame to capture their third straight national championship. Duke held off Wisconsin the night before to capture their second title in five years. 677 more words

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