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The UConn Fast Break - 4/19/21
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The latest UConn athletics news
Double-double machine Dorka Juhász grad transfers to UConn after successful stint with Ohio State women’s basketball
Goaltender Tomas Vomacka signs with Nashville Predators, ending UConn men’s hockey career
James Bouknight looks primed to be next UConn men’s basketball star picked in first round of NBA Draft:
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UConn men’s basketball getting a winner in 2022 commit Corey Floyd Jr:
Jordan Hawkins earns MaxPrep All-American Team honorable mention along with future UConn men’s basketball teammate Rahsool Diggins whose high school career was nothing short of spectacular:
Find out what UConn coaches are up to on and off the court
Coach Rodriguez leading UConn women’s soccer to new heights with trip to Big East Championship serving as strong foundation for future success:
Dan Hurley discusses current state of college basketball in light of unprecedented transfer activity as 2021-22 roster construction nears completion:
Big League Buzz
Catch up on former UConn players working across the sports world
Breanna Stewart adds Euroleague Final Four MVP to ridiculous resume after leading UMMC Ekaterinburg to third-straight championship:
Gabby Williams dominates EuroLeague Women Awards by winning Defensive Player of the Year and joining Katie Lou Samuelson on All-EuroLeague Women First Team:
Revisit special moments in UConn sports history
Nobody broke Blue Devils’ hearts like Coach Calhoun and the Huskies:
UConn remains the undisputed top source for WNBA stars:
UConn football’s apparel deal with Aeropostale in the early 2000s was one of the most peculiar partnerships in recent college sports history:
When determining whether recruits were UConn women’s basketball material, body language told Geno everything he needed to know:
A parting sentiment from The UConn Fast Break team
From a facilities standpoint, there’s no better time than now to be a Husky: