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UConn Hall of Fame women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma knew his team would play its first and last game of the regular season in the state of Florida, but other than that, he wasn't quite sure what to expect in his 32nd season at the helm.
The Fitch High School wrestling team didn’t have the best record among Eastern Connecticut Conference teams this season, but coach Mark Kosman knows being a part of the league prepped his team well for states.
Renel Michel, a senior in his first varsity season at New London, was a State Open finalist at 285 pounds, the first Whalers wrestler to earn that distinction since Eric Murphy in 2004. Michel and Montville's Joel Morth each had runner-up finishes.
Top-seeded Waterford defeated New London 71-56 before 1,570 fans, earning a date with No. 2 Ledyard in the ECC Division I boys' basketball tournament final Wednesday at the X (7:30, live on theday.com).
Samantha Estes scored three goals as second-seeded Connecticut College rolled to a 5-3 victory over No. 7 Williams College in the quarterfinals of the New England Small College Athletic Conference women's hockey tournament on Saturday at Dayton...
Jaylen Brown sank a 3-pointer while being fouled with 37.6 seconds remaining, and the Boston Celtics ended up with five points on that possession, taking the lead for good in a 104-98 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Sunday night.
New York Mets manager Terry Collins has to figure out this spring which Michael Conforto he has — the outfielder who was a rookie sensation in 2015 or the one who was demoted in the middle of a terrible slump last year.
The Connecticut Sun acquired 6-foot-4 post Lynetta Kizer and the eighth overall pick in April's WNBA Draft from the Indiana Fever on Tuesday as part of a three-way trade in which the Sun sent forward Camille Little to the Phoenix Mercury.