UConn records 13 perfect APR scores, including men’s hoops

The University of Connecticut men’s basketball program continues to make an impressive bounce back from the academic difficulties that resulted in a ban from postseason play in 2013. The NCAA released its latest report on Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores Wednesday and for the second consecutive year, the men’s basketball team officially recorded its second-straight […]

UConn falls short in AAC baseball championship semis

The UConn baseball team fought to the end of the American Athletic Conference championship semifinals Saturday but left the bases loaded in the ninth inning and lost to East Carolina 4-2 at Bright House Field in Clearwater, Fla. The loss almost certainly killed any chance of a bid to the NCAA tournament. UConn, the No. […]

Five-run rally in 8th keeps UConn alive in AAC

That old postseason magic is back at work for the UConn baseball team. The Huskies still have a lot of work ahead to match the accomplishment of the 2013 UConn team, but two consecutive elimination game victories have kept them alive in the 2015 American Athletic Conference baseball championship in Clearwater, Fla. Friday at Bright […]

UConn lands 2016 power forward Diarra

As Kevin Ollie and his staff continue to pursue players for the upcoming college basketball season, UConn received its first commitment from the Class of 2016 on Friday. Mamadou Diarra, a 6-foot-8 power forward who will play at Woodstock Academy next season, announced his decision at a press conference at the school’s library and donned […]

Siena keeps Huskies alive; sets up rematch with Tulane

UConn and Tulane will meet for the second time in three days as the American Athletic Conference baseball championship continues Friday in Clearwater, Fla. Vinny Siena, a first-team All-AAC selection and the NEIBA New England Player of the Year, kept UConn’s s season alive in dramatic fashi0n Thursday. His game-winning RBI single in the bottom […]

UConn set to renew football rivalry with Syracuse

UConn and Syracuse made it official Thursday. The former Big East rivals have schedule a two-game non-conference football series, with games to be played in 2016 and 2018. Syracuse, now in the Atlantic Coast Conference, will visit Rentschler Fieldon Sept. 24, 2016. UConn will travel to the Carrier Dome on Sept. 29, 2018. The Hartford […]

UConn baseball team drops AAC opener

The UConn baseball team faces an elimination game in the American Athletic Conference championship when it takes the field Thursday morning in Clearwater, Fla. The sixth-seeded Huskies (33-24) fell to No. 3 Tulane 3-1 on Wednesday at Bright House Field and dropped into the losers’ bracket of the double-elimination tournament.  UConn plays No. 7 seed […]

UConn baseball No. 6 seed in AAC tournament

The UConn baseball team enters the American Athletic Conference tournament as the No. 6 seed and will open play against third-seeded Tulane May 20 at 3  p.m. The championship tournament will be held at Bright House Field in Clearwater, Fla. UConn finished the regular season in a tie for sixth with UCF but received the […]

Huskies upgrade roster with addition of transfer Gibbs

The Sterling Gibbs watch has ended. The graduate transfer from Seton Hall concluded his search for a new school with a high degree of predictability late Saturday afternoon, announcing his commitment to UConn on his Twitter account. What does it mean for the Huskies? Well, at least on paper, UConn now has the talent to […]

Samuel transferring from UConn after two years

This is the time of year when college basketball players come and go. For the second time in a little over a month, a player has announced he is transferring from UConn. Thursday afternoon UConn announced sophomore guard Terrence Samuel has requested and been granted his release. Samuel, who helped UConn win the 2014 national championship […]