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TheRoundUp 12/2: Sunday's soccer game is sold out

Men's Soccer NCAA Quarterfinal SOLD OUT! - University of Connecticut Official Athletics Site
The UConn men's soccer NCAA Quarterfinal match against Charlotte at 1 p.m. Sunday is SOLD OUT. The Huskies will play Charlotte for a trip to the College Cup in front over 5,000 fans at Morrone Stadium. Fans can view Sunday's contest through a live webstream at and the game can be heard at - 91.7fm.

UConn Football: Even Without No. 1 QB, Cincinnati A Big Test For UConn Football -
"They're very prideful," second-year coach Butch Jones said. "You look at the adversities this football team had to suffer. When your emotional leader and the leader of your offense is laying there on the ground and being taken off on a cart, that takes a little something from you. …To go on the road at Syracuse and bounce back, that's a tribute to everyone in our football program."

Big East: Did you know? - Big East Blog - ESPN
UConn has never won in Cincinnati. The Huskies are 0-4 all-time on the road against the Bearcats, including a tough 47-45 shootout loss there two years ago.

UConn Recruit Wins State POY Honors Again | NBC Connecticut
Casey Cohcran, one of the Huskies' biggest recruits, committed to the program this summer and he'll arrive in Storrs with plenty of hardware, including his latest honor: the Gatorade Connecticut Player of the Year. Impressive for sure but even more so when you learn that he was last year's Gatorade State Player of the Year, too. He's the first repeat winner in the 25-year history of the award.

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6. UConn – The Huskies are on a three game losing streak, their first losing streak of the season. And things aren’t going to get any easier. The Huskies host a resurgent RIT this weekend. While the Huskies have lost three straight, they’ve been in every game. They haven’t lost by more than two during the stretch. They have to get end the streak soon or they might fall too far behind in the standings.

Maya Moore, UConn star and WNBA champion, is a true winner - Sportsman of the Year -
In May, Moore graduated from UConn following arguably the greatest collegiate career in women's basketball history. Four months later she helped lead the Minnesota Lynx to the franchise's first WNBA title.

UConn Basketball Notebook -- Doty held out of practice, but should play vs. Texas A&M
"Caroline Doty was held out of practice today after suffering a mild concussion during Wednesday's game against Towson," McKenna said in a release. "She is not showing symptoms today and was in the arena during practice. She is expected to participate fully in practice by Sunday and is expected to play against Texas A&M on Tuesday."