Q&A with Paul Pasqualoni - Hartford Courant
Paul Pasqualoni has had a lot to do since he became UConn football coach last month, from keeping recruits committed to recruiting players himself to hiring coaches and working on offensive and defensive playbooks to getting acclimated with his new surroundings.
Preview Capsule: Seton Hall Women At No. 1 UConn - Hartford Courant
DOLSON IS ROLLING: Perhaps the biggest change in the Huskies since the loss to Stanford on Dec. 30 has been the play of freshman center Dolson. She has become more assertive offensively, averaging 16.4 points in her last five games. She's shooting 37-for-53 (69.8 percent) in that stretch. But what made her most happy Saturday against Notre Dame was her four steals, indicating defensive improvement
The Day - Hartley is past the pouting | News from southeastern Connecticut
Hartley appeared to regain full confidence against Notre Dame. She took more than nine shots for the first time since Jan. 26. She drove to the basket several times in addition to firing off 3-pointers.
Dixon making most of UConn opportunities - Connecticut Post
"I feel like just getting to this point now has been a great accomplishment for me, just with my grades and being able to graduate in May and just helping the team out this year being a big part of what's going on,'' Dixon said. "I just feel like I'm happy with the way this is ending.''