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Lady Vols, UConn should play, ex-Huskies star, Hall of Fame inductee says

Kara Wolters joked about arriving for Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame induction weekend and breaking out in hives.

“This is Knoxville, you know, this is not where I belong,” the former University of Connecticut standout said. 447 more words

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Success - in Athletics and in Learning

As I seek to do frequently, I have been revisiting my notes on articles / posts I’ve found, ones that for me somehow seem connected or aligned with my beliefs on Effective Learning. 515 more words


Rebecca Lobo Named to Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2017

Rebecca Lobo grew up just a mere 15 miles away from the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in Southwick, Massachusetts.

Lobo was named a part of the Induction Class of 2017 this month in Phoenix at the Men’s Final Four.   269 more words


Huskies' Geno Auriemma coached Hernandez in basketball as a teen

HARTFORD —  Aaron Hernandez not only played football, he also set foot on the basketball court. In fact, he was on an AAU team coached by… 110 more words


Kelsey Plum Wins Player of the Year Honors After Historic Season

Kelsey Plum just ran a “Boston” on the NCAA Women’s Basketball season. In the popular card came Spades when a team wins every book in a hand it’s called running a Boston. 1,046 more words

Geno Auriemma and Mark Few Win Prestigious Coaching Honors.

Geno Auriemma coached the UCONN Huskies to a historic 111 game win streak, before falling to Mississippi State in the Final Four. Thirty –six of those wins came during a “rebuilding year.” Despite not winning the NCAA Championship for a fifth year in a row few coaches deserved the dual honor of being named the AP and Naismith Coach of the Year more than Auriemma. 474 more words