UConn men's soccer team defeats manhattan 3-0 - Courant.com
A well-executed breakout led to Alvarez's putting UConn on top early with his third goal of the season at 4:01. Senior Tony Cascio collected the ball in the midfield and sent a through ball down the left line to junior Stephane Diop. Diop played an early ball in to Alvarez streaking into the top of the box. Alvarez took a quick touch to his left and bent the ball cleanly into the bottom-left corner.
UConn-West Virginia Preview - Oct. 4, 2011 - NCAA Football - CBSSports.com
Holgorsen may have found the missing piece in freshman Dustin Garrison, who ran for 291 yards - tied for second-most in school history - and two touchdowns in a 55-10 win over Bowling Green on Saturday.
UConn names McEntee starting quarterback - Norwich, CT - The Bulletin
UConn’s not-so-secret quarterback decision was made official Tuesday. Coach Paul Pasqualoni removed any doubt when he took away the "OR" listed next to Johnny McEntee’s name on the depth chart.
UConn Football: Huskies (2-3) Face Big Test In West Virginia - Courant.com
Captain Blidi Wreh-Wilson, the player UConn figures to miss most Saturday, remembers walking into Milan Puskar Stadium on Oct. 24, 2009. How could he ever forget? Only seven days, seven raw days, had passed since the fatal stabbing of Jasper Howard and as a redshirt freshman Wreh-Wilson was the one called on to replace No. 6.
UConn Football: Hyppolite Close To Returning - Hartford Courant
UConn sophomore tailback Martin Hyppolite said he's about 90 percent healthy and is much closer to stepping on the field. He's recovering from a knee injury sustained in the spring. As high as that percentage is, and as badly as the Huskies need a thumping presence between the tackles, it doesn't guarantee he'll be well enough to play Saturday.
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But don’t let that record fool you, Coach Dana Holgorsen said on Monday. He said he’s been impressed by UConn so far: "Every snap I’ve seen out of UConn has been very competitive."
UConn to be featured on ESPN's Midnight Madness coverage - Connecticut Post
First Night festivities, which are free and open to the public, begin with a fanfest at 5 p.m. An autograph session will follow at 6 p.m., followed by player introductions, a slam dunk contest and a 3-point contest beginning at 7 p.m., when ESPN's coverage will begin.