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UConn women edge Tulane to push win streak to 101 games

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Geno Auriemma hopes his UConn Huskies learned something after escaping with a victory at Tulane.

Napheesa Collier had 26 points and 12 rebounds and top-ranked Connecticut held off Tulane 63-60 on Saturday night to push its record winning streak to 101 games. 885 more words

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Desert Mirage looking at big picture with ninth consecutive playoff win

Something stood out to Peter Zamora when he heard Connecticut women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma talk about his squad’s 100th consecutive victory earlier this week. The UConn coach, referencing the big picture, noted that a team cannot allow itself to get tripped up by its own ego in pursuing longterm goals. 777 more words


LISTEN: Sports ethics, women's basketball, top sports broadcasters – and 'The Walking Dead'

On this week’s podcast, Jeff Owens and I address two potential ethical problems related to sports media at Michigan State and and the L.A. Lakers , as well as: 86 more words

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Geno Auriemma's latest contract could keep him at UConn through 2020-21

Anyone looking for evidence that Geno Auriemma might soon walk away from the women’s basketball juggernaut he has created at Connecticut is going to have look somewhere other than his contract. 521 more words


Geno Auriemma's first NCAA Tournament team; a flashback to the 1988-89 Huskies

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH)– On the brink of their 29th consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance, it’s hard to remember what it was like when the UConn women’s basketball team didn’t compete on the national level. 126 more words


Geno Auriemma and UConn GREAT for Women's Basketball

I realize that I generally do not give women’s sports a lot of love on this blog, which is something I am not very proud of. 307 more words


Connecticut continues to bulldoze opponents

What better time for a UConn women’s basketball appreciation post? On Monday night, the Huskies won their 100th-straight game, further cementing their status as a sports dynasty. 263 more words