It's March, or what is known in Connecticut as the moment the UConn women's basketball team comes in like a lion.
On a normal Memorial Day weekend, the incoming freshmen for the UConn women’s basketball team would make their way to Storrs for the university’s first summer school session.
Women’s basketball fans that have followed the fierce rivalry between UConn and Notre Dame the past decade may have a question when the teams meet on Sunday in the Jimmy V Classic at sold-out Gampel Pavilion.
UConn can clinch at least a share of its sixth straight American Athletic Conference regular-season women's basketball championship on Sunday (3 p.m., SNY) with a road victory at Tulsa.
UConn will visit reigning national champion Notre Dame in the 2018 Jimmy V Women's Classic on Sunday, Dec. 2, the school announced on Tuesday.
Following is a game-by-game look at UConn's 30 games heading into the NCAA tournament:
Note to all the schools that want to play UConn next season: buyer beware. Maybe the Huskies won't have the best team in the country. But the idea they won't be anything short of dominant — and intimidating — illustrates a fundamental lack of knowledge about the nation's best program.
UConn's Breanna Stewart, Moriah Jefferson and Morgan Tuck ... should Tuck opt to leave school after his season ... are likely to be among the top five picks in this year's WNBA Draft.
Here are some key moments from the past four seasons that have keyed UConn's last three national titles drives: