UConn Men's Basketball
It was an instant classic, with two great teams trading punches, but the league’s top seed prevailed.
Big East Tournament Semifinal: No. 11 UConn men’s basketball vs. No. 6 Marquette | 6:30 p.m. ET, FS1
The Huskies are one win away from their first Big East Tournament finals appearance since 2011.
UConn advances to their third straight Big East Semifinals.
The Huskies were up by as much as 26 in the Big East Tournament quarterfinals, but Providence threatened late.
The Huskies handled the Friars last time out. Can they do it again?
The Huskies have some serious momentum heading into the Big East Tournament.
UConn finished fourth in the Big East after winning eight of nine going into the conference tournament.
Donovan Clingan and Alex Karaban were also named to the all-conference freshman team.
The Huskies were in control most of the way as they claimed a sweep of the Wildcats.
Going into their final game of the season, the Huskies are looking for their fifth consecutive win.
The Huskies are playing some of their best basketball as tournament play approaches.
The Huskies have righted the ship thanks to improved play from key bench pieces.
UConn came out strong and put DePaul away early.
The Huskies had little trouble as they captured the sweep over the Blue Demons.
The Huskies made the biggest jump of any school this week.
A block party in the Garden helped UConn earn another comfortable victory
The Huskies look to avenge last month’s surprising loss with a win at MSG.
UConn’s recent improved play has the Huskies trending towards a 4-seed.
(Extremely Mike Francesa voice) The team’s good, ughkay?
The Huskies give their seniors the proper sendoff with a win.
Jordan Hawkins powered the Huskies to the win on Senior Night.
On Senior Day, the Huskies are going for their fifth win in six tries.
The Huskies’ home win against Seton Hall moved UConn up the poll.
The Huskies showed that they are a team of multitudes but still a cut above the middle of the conference.
UConn’s star trio of Jordan Hawkins, Adama Sanogo, and Andre Jackson led the way in a well-earned win.
The Pirates start a five-game stretch of winnable games to close out the regular season for the Huskies.
Nahiem Alleyne’s improved play could unlock another dimension the ‘4-out, 1-in’ lineup Dan Hurley preached in preseason
Even though the Huskies have lost games and slipped in the polls, advanced metrics still love the team’s chances. Will it matter?