UConn’s 100 Wins is About More Than Talent

UConn’s 100 Wins is About More Than Talent

What Auriemma has done is to convince twenty women to focus on a goal for 814 straight days; to work as hard as they possibly can each of those days.

WCW: Phylicia George

WCW: Phylicia George

This morning I found myself in the midst of a debate about late bloomers.  The question at hand: Is it possible to get a scholarship to a NCAA Division I school and not have received any major accolades for your athletic prowess in high school?  Of course, being the fan of underdogs that I am, […]

WE LOVE THE MADNESS

WE LOVE THE MADNESS

It’s rare that fans of women’s college basketball get to experience the madness of tournament time like those who watch the men’s tournament.  Usually, in the NCAA women’s tournament, the higher seed wins; there aren’t too many shocking upsets.  Well this year, the women have started to make up for lost time.  The upsets have […]

No Draft Dodging to See Here

Did ya know, did ya know that the first round of WNBA draft was yesterday? Indeed it was. Here is the first crop of the WNBA 2015 Rookies: 1) Seattle: Jewell Loyd, Notre Dame2) Tulsa: Amanda Zahui B., Minnesota 3) Seattle: Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, Connecticut 4) Connecticut: Elizabeth Williams, Duke5) Chicago: Cheyenne Parker, Middle Tennessee State […]

Women at Work – A Day in a UConn Practice (via ESPN)

Geno puts these ladies to work!! Being number one, sheer domination, striking fear in the hearts of your opponents…those things don’t come easy. If history is correct, tonight’s game against No. 2 Duke won’t offer much in the way of excitement. History says that No. 1 UConn will dominate. While any fan will tell you […]