UConn's Faris a model of consistency - Connecticut Post
Auriemma boldly predicted that Faris would not play a bad game during her career. Two years later, that prediction has been nearly dead-on. Faris has emerged as one of the most reliable players for the Huskies. And with the start of her junior season days away, she believes her steady level of improvement has reached an even greater height.
UConn May Be Without Doty, KML And Banks Vs. Pace - Hartford Courant
"Needless to say, it hasn’t been very easy at practice," Auriemma said "Caroline practiced some today and will be back to full practice Friday and definitely will be playing this weekend. I’m hoping to have everyone back by Friday, but I don’t know. We’ll just have wait and see how Kaleena feels. These things [calf muscles] are kind of delicate, kind of like hamstring pulls. You are better off being cautious at the start and hope they don’t linger
UConn scores big with 2012 class - ESPNHS
With 12 ranked prospects still uncommitted, a lot of things remain up in the air with the recruiting class of 2012. That Connecticut has the top signing class in the country is not one of them. It's difficult to pick against any class that has the top two prospects, no matter what the other schools have assembled. But the Huskies also have the No. 15 prospect, Morgan Tuck of Bolingbrook, Ill.
Princeton University field hockey team ready for rematch against UConn | NJ.com
North Carolina earned the top seed in the tournament. UConn picked up the fourth seed and will host the first two rounds this weekend. The winner between Princeton and Connecticut will face the winner of the match between Penn State and Northeastern Sunday.
Syracuse vs. UConn - The Rent Impressions - Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician
The Rent had a surprisingly strong tailgating scene. This probably the one thing I would give it on the Dome. There was a ton of room directly around the stadium, and secondary lots (like the Aircraft Club lot where the Syracusefan.com tailgate was held) was very accessible, cheap ($10 to park), and a quick 10-or-so hike from the stadium.