New info has emerged about the Huskies’ long-awaited hockey arena.
The Huskies add an instant-impact forward out of Long Island.
UConn’s stone-cold closer will play closer to home for the remainder of the 2020 season and beyond.
The Huskies will potentially have a 2020 "regular season" game in the spring of 2021.
Dangerfield becomes the sixth former Husky to win the award.
The NCAA will delay the start of the 2020-21 college basketball season by a little over two weeks.
Plus, the Huskies take a big step in their on-court progress and Maya Moore makes a major life announcement.
The NCAA announced the start date for the college basketball season on Wednesday.
The 6-foot-6 junior guard received a waiver from the NCAA after transferring from URI in April, allowing him to suit up for the Huskies this season.
The Huskies also named a new captain, the NCAA changed the overtime format, and a handful of former players signed pro contracts.
Catching up on the latest UConn men’s hockey recruiting news.
Plus, a major shakeup in the 2021 recruiting rankings.
The endowed fund will be aimed at helping minority coaches receive the training needed for collegiate-level positions.
Head coach Dan Hurley also provided some updates on UConn’s injured players and Tyrese Martin’s waiver situation.
Plus, eight former Huskies clinch playoff appearances.
Despite rumors, reliever Matt Barnes was not traded before Monday’s deadline.
Boston remains undefeated in postseason play since the pride of UConn came to town.
We discuss why it’s so important that Mohegan Sun will host the Big East Tournament, UConn in the WNBA, and the hope on the horizon for a college basketball start date.
Freeman, a former player and director of basketball operations for the Huskies, will replace Kenya Hunter.
The casino will host the conference championship for at least the next three seasons.
Plus, Crystal Dangerfield entrenched in Rookie of the Year race.
The Dallas-Forth Worth kicker is ranked 3rd in the country
A mailbag edition of the Weekly.
All four UConn women’s basketball returners have made substantial strides over the offseason.
James Bouknight, Jalen Gaffney, and RJ Cole dished on the upcoming season and more during Wednesday’s call.
The Huskies are bringing more elite talent to Storrs this fall.