The Day - Extra-special night at the XL for UConn women | News from southeastern Connecticut
Moore, UConn's senior All-American, became the Big East's all-time leading scorer with that shot on Monday night before 13,458 fans at the XL Center. She finished with 27 points, giving her 2,796 for her career and vaulting her past former Louisville star Angel McCoughtry for first place.
The Day - Huskies regain confidence after win vs. Providence | News from southeastern Connecticut
The Huskies' confidence had been shaken after losing three of their previous four games, but Sunday's win injected some new life into this young team. They continue a challenging stretch of four games in nine days by hosting No. 9 Georgetown on Wednesday in Hartford. The Hoyas (20-5, 9-4) are riding an eight-game winning streak.
Calhoun Had Several Questions Answered Against Providence - Hartford Courant
"I told you [media] guys after we lost to St. John's and played very poorly that I love the season," Calhoun said. "I loved it after that loss, which was the worst loss, far and away, we've had this year. I'm very consistent. I love coaching this team. … I just want this team to get in place to be able to show down the line just how good it can be, because at one point in the season, we could have beaten anybody. And I think we'll get back there."
Regional Digest: White Joins UConn Staff - Hartford Courant
Clayton White was officially named an assistant coach at UConn on Monday, completing new coach Paul Pasqualoni's staff. White will work with running backs and special teams. White spent the 2010 season as defensive backs coach and special teams coordinator at Western Kentucky. Western's punt return team ranked third in the Sun Belt Conference at 8.13 yards per return. The Hilltoppers led the conference in total defense.