By looking at just the stats, UConn women’s basketball’s defense has one of the best defenses in the country. The Huskies allow just 53.5 points per game — 11th-best nationally — and 72.0 ...
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The talents of Arkansas’ trio of fifth-year senior guards concerned the UConn women’s basketball team and the duo of Chelsea Dungee and Amber Ramirez were even better than advertised.
UConn women's defense was impressive vs. DePaul. DePaul Blue Demons guard Sonya Morris (11) grabs an inbound ball against UConn Huskies guard Christyn Williams (left). STORRS — The clock hit 0 ...
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Despite significant roster turnover, a heavy reliance on three freshmen, and a season drastically affected by a global pandemic, UConn women’s basketball still finished with a 28-2 record, won ...
The UConn Huskies women's basketball team is the college basketball program representing the University of Connecticut in Storrs, Connecticut, in NCAA Division I women's basketball competition. They completed a seven-season tenure in the American Athletic Conference in 2019–20, and came back to the Big East Conference for the 2020-21 season.
The match-up of UConn’s 5-foot-10 freshman guard Tiffany Hayes against Villanova’s 6-foot-2 All-Big East senior Laura Kurz had mismatch written all over it. From size to experience, there weren’t many reasons to think Hayes would come out unscathed.